Feminism: bibliography for proposed book

Feminism - Bibliography
Alvaré, Helen M. (ed.) Breaking Through; Women Speak for Themselves, OSV 2012.
Badinter, Elisabeth, Dead End Feminism, Polity Press, 2007
Bardwick, Judith M. Psychology of Women. A Study of Bio-Cultural Conflicts, Harper, 1971.
Bardwick, Judith M. Women in Transition: how feminism, sexual liberation, and the search for self-fulfillment have altered our lives, Harvester Press, 1980
Bartky, Sandra Lee: Femininity and Domination: Studies in the Phenomenology of Oppression, 1990
Berger, Brigitte & Peter L. The War over the Family, N.Y., 1983
Blankenhorn, David. Fatherless America; confronting our most urgent social problem BasicBooks, 1995
Brooks, David. The Road to Character, NY, 2015
Brownmiller, Susan: Femininity, N.Y. 1984.
Castilla, Blanca: Persona Femenina. Persona Masculina, Rialp, Madrid, 1996


[This article was published some forty years ago, in a social context different to that obtaining today. Hence some ideas presented may seem dated. Yet I feel that the appeal to the nobler side of young people, coupled with the conviction that such an appeal may work, still has validity. So, in case it may be of use today to some young people, especially girls, I republish it.]
Love stories
Many of our ideas about life come from fiction. A case in point is boy-girl relations. The way many boys and girls relate to one another is largely based on what they read in books or see on TV or internet. So?...
Long ago, but not too long to remember - when I was a teenager - , most boy-girl stories and movies were just plain romance: pretty corny in fact. No deep ideas about love: just everything leading nicely and easily up to a married "happy-ever-after" ending. Sex, in today's sense, practically didn't enter.

"Vocation" in the teaching of St. Josemaría Escrivá

"Vocation" in the teaching of St. Josemaría Escrivá
[Translated from the entry in Spanish, “VOCACIÓN”, in the “Diccionario de San Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, Burgos, 2013, pp. 1287-1296]

1. Christian life as a vocation. 2. Aspects of a vocation: responding to the love of God and encouraging others to love him. 3. Diversity of vocations. 4. Vocation to Opus Dei, intensifying of one's baptismal vocation. 5. Fidelity to one's vocation.

"La Vocación, según las enseñanzas de San Josemaría" en: Diccionario de San Josemaría Escrivá, Burgos, 2013, pp. 1287-1296

1. La vida cristiana como vocación. 2. Dimensiones de la vocación: responder al amor de Dios y animar a los demás a amarle. 3. Diversidad de vocaciones. 4. La vocación al Opus Dei, concreción de la vocación bautismal. 5. Fidelidad a la vocación.

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