Not June Cleaver

Author: Joanne Jay Meyerowitz
Publisher: Temple University Press
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Rather than posit one overarching history of women or one gender ideology, it relates multiple histories of women and multiple constructions of gender."--Introduction.

Straights

Author: James Joseph Dean
Publisher: NYU Press
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1990. “Sexual Geography and Gender Economy: The Furnished Room Districts
of Chicago, 1890–1930.” Gender and History 2 (3): 274–96. ———. 1994a. “
Beyond the Feminine Mystique: A Reassessment of Postwar Mass Culture, 1946
–1955.” In Not June Cleaver: Women and Gender in Postwar America, 1945–
1960, ed. Joanne Meyerowitz, 229–62. Philadelphia:Temple University Press. —
——, ed. 1994b. Not June Cleaver: Women and Gender in Postwar America
1945–1960.

Citizen Mother Worker

Author: Emilie Stoltzfus
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In Not June Cleaver: Women and Gender in Postwar America, 1945–1960, ed.
Joanne Meyerowitz, 229–62. Philadelphia:Temple University Press, 1994.
Meyerowitz, Joanne, ed. Not June Cleaver: Women and Gender in Postwar
America, 1945–1960. Philadelphia:Temple University Press, 1994. Michel,
Sonya. Children's Interests, Mothers' Rights: The Shaping of America's Child
Care Policy. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999. ———. “The Politics of
Child Care in America's ...

Rethinking American Women S Activism

Author: Annelise Orleck
Publisher: Routledge
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Still, most American women, whether they were married mothers or single
working women, were not June Cleaver – the television mother of suburban imp
Beaver Cleaver. June never appeared in a wrinkled dress or did kitchen work
without donning a string of pearls. She was unflappable in the face of daily
domestic dramas as was her soft-spoken and always wise husband Ward. There
was no tension, no jockeying for position in these homes. Men and women
walked easily in their ...

June Cleaver Was A Feminist

Author: Cary O’Dell
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But Jeannie later escapes and clandestinely returns with him, materializing in his
Florida home. “Thou has deceived me!” she yells, later calling him an “ungrateful
master!” Throughout the series, Jeannie shows herself to be both independent in
thought and sly in intelligence. In “A Secretary 15 Not a Toy,” Jeannie decides
her master needs a promotion and the way for him to get one is for her to become
secretary to Tony's superior, General Peterson. Tony forbids (famous last words!)

A Feeling Of Belonging

Author: Shirley Jennifer Lim
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Chi Alpha Delta, Active Minutes of the Meeting, September 1946–June 19, 1948.
67. Scene, April 1953, p. 3. 68. Scene, June 1953, p. 37. 69. The “Feminine
Scene” was a column written by women, for women. It did not appear consistently
in all issues of the magazine. This column was one of the few times women
appeared as writers in the magazine. 70. Scene, September 1949, p. 28. 71.
Grace Palladino, Teenagers: An American History (New York: Basic Books, 1996
), p. 107. 72.

Motherhood In Black And White

Author: Ruth Feldstein
Publisher: Cornell University Press
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A version of chapter 4 first appeared in Not June Cleaver: Women and Gender in
Postwar America, 1945-1960, and I thank Joanne Meyerowitz and anonymous
reviewers of that anthology for their astute questions. Carolyn Dean and John L.
Thomas read the entire manuscript, and their perceptive comments helped me to
transform a dissertation into a book. Generous colleagues at Harvard University
have read drafts, have asked cogent questions about liberalism, and have
shared ...

I Found God In Me

Author: Mitzi J. Smith
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Knowing more than is good for one signifies knowing beyond the boundaries set
for one because of one's race, gender, sexual orientation, education, class, or
age. It also connotes knowing beyond the intellectual, religious, and political
boundaries established by the status quo, to transgress iconic epistemological
borders designed to control, restrain, and subordinate. Womanism does not
simply espouse knowing more for knowledge sake, but knowing more so that
black women can ...

The United States Since 1945

Author: Robert P. Ingalls
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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Joanne Meyerowitz, ed., Not June Cleaver: Women and Gender in Postwar
America, 1945–1960 (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994). 5. Men's
Roles William H. Whyte, The Organization Man, 1956 In 1950s television sitcoms
such as Leave it To Beaver and Father Knows Best, viewers glimpsed the life of
the ideal American housewife. But the cameras rarely followed the typical
American husband as he went off to work. Journalists and sociologists studying
these men began ...