Bookmarc's BookmarcsOnline.com accepts phone orders at 281-479-0596

Our secure web pages are hosted by Chrislands Inc, who use a Thawte SSL Certificate to ensure secure transmission of your information.
Fully Trusted SSL Certificate
 
Search Our Inventory

Author
Title
Description
Keyword
Advanced Search
 
 

 

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

IOBA Membership logo

Official PayPal Verified Seal

 
 
 

Sexism

Social Sciences:Sexism

Click on Title to view full description

 
1 Race-Ing Justice, En-Gendering Power: Essays on Anita Hill, Clarence Thomas, and the Construction of Social Reality
Morrison, Toni (editor)

Pantheon Books/Random House New York, New York, USA 1992
Trade Paperback
Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

0679741453 / 9780679741459

Ex-Library

BE1 - A trade paperback withdrawn ex-library book in good+ condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in black and white wraps with minor overall shelf wear with a plastic lamination applied to the covers plus there is some labes residue and light surface damage on the spine near the bottom edge from a library label plus there is some very light yellowing and soiling on the outside paper edges plus there are the usual library stamps on the top outside paper edges and the inside surface of the front cover plus there is some paper residue on the inside surface of the back cover from a library pocket. Edited and with an introduction by Toni Morrison. A collection of eighteen essays that examine the racial, sexual, historical, political, cultural, legal, psychological, and linguistic aspeces of the Anita Hill testimony during the Senate confirmation hearings of Clarence Thomas as Supreme Court Justice. The contributors include Homi K. Bhabha, Margaret A. Burnham, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Paula Giddings, A. Leon Higginbotham Jr., Claudia Brodsky Lacour, Wahneema Lubiano, Manning Marable, Nellie Y. McKay, Toni Morrison, Nell Irvin Painter, Gayle Pemberton, Andrew Ross, Christine Stansell, Carol M. Swain, Michael Thelwell, Kendall Thomas, Cornel West, and Patricia J. Williams. About the contributors, 475p. SCW10927 
Price: 4.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
2 Racism and Sexism: An Integrated Study
Rothenberg, Paula S. (editor)

St. Martin's Press New York, New York, USA 1988
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

0312003129 / 9780312003128



BE1 - A trade paperback book in very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in black and blue wraps with very minor overall shelf wear plus a deap crease in the front cover at the bottom right corner plus some light creasing of the bottom right corner of the paper through about page 116 plus there is a gift inscription to the original owner on the inside surface of the front cover. A book that fully integrates the study of racism and the study of sexism. It contains more than 70 interdisciplinary readings on these problems presented in the context of class in American Society. It covers all the significant minority groups in the United States. Suggestions for further reading, acknowledgments, 404p. SCW05137 
Price: 4.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Revolution from Within: A Book of Self-Esteem, Steinem, Gloria
3 Revolution from Within: A Book of Self-Esteem
Steinem, Gloria

Little, Brown and Company New York, New York, USA 1993
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

0316812471 / 9780316812474



BE3 - A trade paperback book in very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated white wraps with very miinor overall shelf wear plus there is a crease on the spine. With a new afterword by the author. A book in which the author sets out to restore the self-authority that injustices of race, class, age, sexuality, and ability have undermined. Bibliography, endnotes, acknowledgments, indexed, 421p. SCW08319 
Price: 3.50 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Women and Children Last: The Plight of Poor Women in Affluent America, Sidel, Ruth
4 Women and Children Last: The Plight of Poor Women in Affluent America
Sidel, Ruth

Penguin Books Canada, Limited Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1992
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

0140167668 / 9780140167665



BI5 - A trade paperback book in very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color wraps with minor overall wear plus some light creasing on the front cover and some more creasing on the back cover. A book that examines how and why America's women and children are treated as second-class citizens. This sociological study includes interviews with women across the country, statistical research and a concise examination of the historical background to the problem. The correlated issues covered include the decline of the traditional family, the rapid growth of female-headed households, the workplace discrimination against women, the impact of male unemployment on society and cutbacks in government support systems. This is an updated edition of the book that includes the widening gap between rich and poor and the rise in drug use. Endnotes, indexed, 250p. SCW03297 
Price: 3.50 USD
Add to Shopping Cart
 

EveryPlaceISell logo
Bookmarc's at EveryPlaceISell

Texas Booksellers Association logo

PayPal logo

 

This web site uses strong security measures, including
256-bit high-grade SSL encryption, to protect the loss,
misuse and alteration of your personal information.


Bookmarc's BookmarcsOnline.com encryption protection
is provided by Thwate through ChrisLands, our website
hosting service. Thawte is a leading global certification
authority and their digital certificates are used globally
to secure servers, provide data encryption, authenticate
users, protect privacy and assure online identities
through stringent authentication and verification
processes.



Home | About Us | Contact Us | Store Policies | Privacy Policy | Shipping Charges


Questions, comments, or suggestions? Please write to bookmarcs@gmail.com


***Click on this link to unsubscribe from the Bookmarc's BookBlog Newsletter***


Biblio Book Search


 

 


site stats

Copyright©2009. All Rights Reserved.

Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie