Feminism: A Fourth Wave?

  title={Feminism: A Fourth Wave?},
  author={Ealasaid Munro},
  journal={Political Insight},
  pages={22 - 25}
The internet has emerged as an increasingly important space for feminist activists. Are we witnessing a shift from third- to fourth-wave feminism? Ealasaid Munro examines the history of feminism and looks at what contemporary developments might mean for feminist politics. 
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