Still Ain't Satisfied: Canadian Feminism Today

Still Ain't Satisfied: Canadian Feminism Today


Edited by Connie Guberman, Margie Wolfe & Maureen Fitzgerald


This collection of twenty-seven articles on the major women's issues of the 1980's shows why feminists had only begun to fight. Women were still paid less than their male counterparts, rape and wife battering remained brutal social problems and inadequate day care still threatened women's right to work. These and many other injustices that undermine more than fifty percent of Canada's population are thoughtfully explored in this provocative book. 

Talented writers from across the country review the dynamic changes in the women's movement. Controversial issues like abortion, pornography, sexuality and women and work are examined. Non-traditional jobs for women, day care, and rape are only a few of the many concerns brought into focus. Still Ain't Satisfied provides a stimulating look at some of the most important issues of the 1980s - issues which are just as relevant to women today.

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About the Author

Connie Guberman is a Senior Lecturer in Women's Studies, Department of Humanities, University of Toronto at Scarborough, where she teaches courses on qualitative research methods, violence against women, and the environment. She holds a Masters Degree in Environmental Studies and is certified (Level II) in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) from the National Crime Prevention Institute, University of Louisville, Kentucky.

Working in feminist book publishing for more than thirty years, Margie Wolfe has also written Women Studies guides and has co-edited several book collections including Found Treasures, Still Ain't Satisfied and No Safe Place: Violence Against Women and Children. She and three other women founded Second Story Feminist Press in 1988.

Product Information

  • Release: December 1, 1990

  • $19.95 Paperback

  • 320 Pages

  • 6 x 9

  • Adult Nonfiction

  • ISBN: 9780889610743

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