Girls are Equal Too: How to Survive : for Teenage Girls

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Bick Publishing House, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 231 pages
Intended for ages 12-15, this title presents a talk about the way it is for a girl growing up, in school, with boys, in college, at work, in the arts, media, advertising. It looks at whether if something is wrong with your rights, relationships; and also at how we got this way from Adam and Eve to Freud.
 

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Contents

Growing Up A Girl
3
Girls In School
11
Girls And Boys
23
Women In College
33
Women At Work
43
Women And The Arts
53
Womens Image In Advertising
61
Theres Something Wrong With Your Rights
69
The Empty Mind
123
The Feminist Struggle
133
Back To The Cave
145
The Beginning Of Success
157
Think Straight
167
What About Boys?
179
What About Work?
187
What About Marriage?
199

The Beautiful Imbecile
83
The Happy Housewife
93
Adam And Eve
105
The Bound Foot
113
The Fight For Your Own Survival
213
INDEX
221
SUGGESTED READING
229
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About the author (1998)

Dale Carlson,author of over 70 books, translated into 11languages, has earned 3 ALANotable Book Awards, the Christopher Award, YALSA Quick Picks, VOYA Honor Book, 2 NYLibrary Best Books for Teens, ForeWord Bronze Book of the Year. Jr.LitGuild, International BOMC.

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