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Transnational feminist sociologies: Current challenges, future directions

Presented by the Caucus on gender and sexuality in international contexts, American Sociological Association Berkeley, California, August 13, 2004

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Puri, J. Transnational feminist sociologies: Current challenges, future directions. Sex Res Soc Policy 2, 63 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1525/srsp.2005.2.1.63

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  • Sexuality Research
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  • American Sociological Association
  • South Asian Immigrant