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'I do not know of any other work which gives one such a sense of the scope and substance of feminist scholarship within anthropology. This is no abstract debate about possibilities: with rare intelligence Moore sanely and superbly charts what has already been done and consequently what lies ahead. The book's breadth of vision is generous, its approach authoritative, and its final critique of the limitations as well as the promises of feminist anthropology resounding' Marilyn Strathern, University of Manchester
1. Feminism and Anthropology: The Story of a Relationship.
2. Gender and Status: Explaining the Position of Women.
3. Understanding Women's Work: Kinship, Labour and Household, Part 1. 4. The Changing Nature of Women's Lives: Kinship, Labour and Household, Part 2.
5. Women and the State.
6. Feminist Anthropology: What Difference Does It Make?.