These are the sources and citations used to research Irish Feminism from the second wave. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Barry, 1988)
Your Bibliography: Barry, U., 1988. Abortion in the Republic of Ireland. Feminist Review, (29), p.57.
In-text: (Carnegie and Roth, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Carnegie, A. and Roth, R., 2019. From the Grassroots to the Oireachtas: Abortion Law Reform in the Republic of Ireland. Health and Human Rights Journals,.
In-text: (Connolly, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Connolly, L., 2003. The Irish women's movement: from revolution to devolution. Dublin: The Lilliput Press.
In-text: (Crowe, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Crowe, C., 2013. 100 years on, Irish feminists have plenty to be proud of. The Irish Times,.
In-text: (Girvin, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Girvin, B., 2008. Contraception, Moral Panic and Social Change in Ireland, 1969–79. Irish Political Studies, 23(4), pp.555-576.
In-text: (Inglis, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Inglis, T., 2005. Origins and Legacies of Irish Prudery: Sexuality and Social Control in Modern Ireland. Éire-Ireland, 40(3), pp.9-37.
In-text: (Kelly, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Kelly, L., 2019. Irishwomen United, the Contraception Action Programme and the feminist campaign for free, safe and legal contraception in Ireland, c.1975–81. Irish Historical Studies, 43(164).
In-text: (Kelly, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Kelly, L., 2020. The Contraceptive Pill in Ireland c.1964–79: Activism, Women and Patient–Doctor Relationships. Medical History, 64(2), pp.195–218.
In-text: (Luddy, 1996)
Your Bibliography: Luddy, M., 1996. Women and philanthropy in nineteenth-century Ireland. Voluntas, 7(4), pp.350-364.
In-text: (MacCurtain, McAuliffe, Fischer and Cullen, 2015)
Your Bibliography: MacCurtain, M., McAuliffe, M., Fischer, C. and Cullen, M., 2015. Irish feminisms. Dublin: Arlen House.
In-text: (Maher, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Maher, M., 1998. Don't blame men. The Irish Times,.
In-text: (Pollard, 1987)
Your Bibliography: Pollard, M., 1987. Coming out on abortion: Ireland in the 1980s. Australian Feminist Studies, 2(5), pp.135-139.
In-text: (Ryan, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Ryan, M., 2010. A Feminism of Their Own?: Irish Women’s History and Contemporary Irish Women’s Writing. Estudios Irlandeses, (5), pp.92-101.
In-text: (Smyth, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Smyth, A., 1992. The Abortion Papers Ireland: Volume 1. Cork University Press.
In-text: (Sweetman, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Sweetman, R., 2021. Chains or Change: the Irish Women’s Liberation Movement 50 years on. The Irish Times,.
In-text: (U, 2022)
Your Bibliography: U, 2022. Our History – One Family Ireland. [online] Onefamily.ie. Available at: <https://onefamily.ie/about-us/our-history/?msclkid=ee57e78cc79211eca11fcd42055dd96a>.
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