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This book examines how patriotic groups of womanhood used shame as a political tool. It looks at how early twentieth-century British, Irish, and Australian women embraced the reformative power of shame as they attempted to protect their gendered and national communities from "feminist corruption."

Produktbeschreibung
This book examines how patriotic groups of womanhood used shame as a political tool. It looks at how early twentieth-century British, Irish, and Australian women embraced the reformative power of shame as they attempted to protect their gendered and national communities from "feminist corruption."
Autorenporträt
Sharon Crozier-De Rosa is a senior lecturer in history at the University of Wollongong.