The last years of the 1960s were the scene of the emergence of a new feminist wave, first in the central countries and very soon in other parts of the world. This feminist wave had to face a double challenge: first, to understand and explain mobile phone number list the forms of subordination of women, and second, to propose roadmaps for the struggle to transform this condition.
What was the nature of the mobile phone number list subordination? How to explain it? The debate was intense, the heterogeneity and the theoretical and tactical conflicts mobile phone number list permanent. The relationship between research and action was undoubtedly a central concern of feminist scholars.
In this climate of ideas, in 1969 Heleith Saffioti mobile phone number list published her book A mulher na society of classes. myth and reality31. The product of his doctoral thesis supervised by Florestan Fernandes, the book is framed in the research tradition of that author: the development of capitalism, in general and particularly in Brazil. Saffioti observes the place that women occupy in this development. The analysis aims to show that "relationships between mobile phone number list the sexes and, consequently, the position of women in the family and in society in general, constitute part of a broader system of domination"32.