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More Than an Interesting Woman

and the specific problems which they face. In the absence of such a theoretical formulation, empirical studies on women's problems cannot contribute much. At a time when the social sciences in genera] are moving away from behavi- ouralism with its reliance on 'objective' data and its segmented view of society, it would be a pity if women's studies got bogged down in the debris of the behavioural revolution.

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