Students listened to a brief lecture about the historical context for the women's movement in the 1920s and 1960s.
Then, students examined three articles about feminism and the women's movement
1. Krolokke, Charlotte. Gender Communication: Theories and Analysis, Chapter 1: “Three Waves of Feminism” [p. 7-15 required; all of chapter 1 recommended]
2. Mainardi, Pat. “The Politics of Housework”
3. Schlafly, Phyllis. “The Fraud of the Equal Rights Amendment” “The Phyllis Schlafly Report,” Volume 5, February 1972