What was the First Wave Feminist Movement?

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While there is no clear consensus as to when 'first wave' feminism occurred, most accept that in the 19th century, as industrialization progressed, and new mass movement began, first wave feminism emerged. The term itself was only coined in 1968 by Martha Lear, who also coined the term second wave. First wave feminism focused on what we now consider basic issues of inequality in light of more recent developments.

Origins of First Wave Feminism

First Wave Around the World

Later Significance

Summary

References

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