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Cultural Imperialism and Women s Movements-Sheila Rowbotham: Builder of Bridges

Sheila Rowbotham: Builder of Bridges Vinay Bahl The recent massive growth of multinational companies and their impact on women's conditions, the migration of women from former colonies and the emergence of movements amongst Third World women within the First as well as the Third World have brought into focus a new dimension of the women's question. Mere talking of individual identities and differences among First and Third World women will not help the cause of women's emancipation in either world. Instead we should start looking for linkages between different groups of women without undermining their specific histories or the distinctions of nation, race, gender, caste and class.

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