The Kpim of Feminism provides insight into the issues challenging women and men. It is written with the hope to provide strong basis towards empowering women to cope with their desperation to assume equality with men in all apects of politics, economics, and social issues. Areas where women had experienced discrimination and low class are highlighted. And the debates and controversies around the issues explored are deeply detailed. The book serves as an introduction to the philosophy of Feminism and as a reader. It therefore offers emphasis that pertain to social science of women's movements in the modern world.
This is a book worth buying to read and to understand the key issues affecting women and feminist movements across cultures, in particular Africa. Scholars drew from their personal experiences and professional fields of knowledge to disccuss women and thier issues in a changing world. It is recommended for policy, students and researchers. The book is described as a harvest of feminist scholarship with insightful contributions. The book is one of the series from The Kpim Book Series Project of the Fr. Prof. Pantaleon Foundation being Co-ordinated by Dr. Patrick Iroegbu of the Department of Anthropology, Economics and Political Science - Grant MacEwan University, Alberta. E-mail: patrickiroegbu.yahoo.com. The book is now published and released from the press in February 2010.