Aims and scope

This quarterly journal abstracts significant research in women studies covering thirty key areas, including: education and socialization, psychology of women, sex roles, and characteristics; politics and government; employment; family; violence against women; mental and physical health; pregnancy, fertility, childbirth and neonatal care; finances; history; literature; art and music; interpersonal relations; and biography and criticism. Sixty periodicals dedicated to issues relevant to women's movements and behavior are regularly covered.