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by Jane Rendall

eBook Equal or Different: Women's Politics, 1800-1914 ePub
Author: Jane Rendall
Language: English
ISBN: 0631145222
ISBN13: 978-0631145226
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers (September 10, 1987)
Pages: 304
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Bessie Rayner Parkes Belloc (16 June 1829 – 23 March 1925) was one of the most prominent English feminists and campaigners for women's rights in Victorian times and also a poet, essayist and journalist. A great-grandchild of the eminent scientist and Unitarian minister Joseph Priestley (1733–1804), Bessie Rayner Parkes was born in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England to loving, well-off parents, in a household interested in people and ideas.

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This book explores the reasons why women entered public life in 19th- and early 20th-century Britain. In this period women might be said to have formally begun the practice of politics, such as public speaking, organizations and journalism. Yet for women there were no clearly defined boundaries between public and private life. For much of the period they justified their political claims with reference to the uniqueness of their domestic responsibilities. At the same time their changing patterns of employment could also generate an active political consciousness. Both working- and middle-class women might identify first with the interests of their class, yet later be drawn towards some sense of the common interests of their sex. The demand for suffrage, which has tended to dominate much writing on 19th- and early 20th- century feminism, must be seen against a background of a much wider growth of political awareness among women on a wide range of issues. In this volume, contributors discuss such themes through essays based on their own research into women's participation in evangelical religious movements, in Chartism, in local government, in parliamentary parties and the labour movement.
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