Journal Article — Small Victories, Lasting Change: Harriet Martineau, Slavery, and Women’s Rights — by Daniella Boucher

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Abstract

Harriet Martineau’s careful methodology, both theoretical and applied, makes her one of the founders of sociology. This essay discusses her three volume work, Society in America. It focuses on Martineau’s methodology as applied to issues of slavery and women’s rights in the United States circa 1832-1834.

Recommended Citation

Boucher، Daniella. 2006. “Small Victories, Lasting Change: Harriet Martineau, Slavery, and Women’s Rights.” Pp. 321-330 in Re-Membering Anzaldúa: Human Rights, Borderlands, and the Poetics of Applied Social Theory: Engaging with Gloria Anzaldua in Self and Global Transformations (Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge: Volume IV, Special Issue, 2006.) Belmont, MA: Okcir Press (an imprint of Ahead Publishing House).

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