The fourth world : aboriginal women's activism and feminism
Oullette, Grace Josephine Mildred Wuttunee
The purpose of this thesis is to develop a framework for the discussion of Aboriginal women's oppression, one which will reflect Indigenous women's perspectives. It is suggested here that feminism often assumes that all women, cross-culturally, share the same oppression and that this assumption may be false. The writer believes that the Indigenous "Circle of Life" philosophy more appropriately embodies Aboriginal women's conceptions of human nature, their political philosophy, and their strategy for social change and liberation.
DegreeMaster of Arts (M.A.)
SupervisorMarken, Ronald N. G.
CommitteeSt. Denis, Verna; Monture, Patricia; Barron, F. Laurie; Waldram, James B.
Copyright DateSeptember 1998