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The Resource #MeToo : women speak out against sexual assault, edited by the New York Times Company editorial staff

#MeToo : women speak out against sexual assault, edited by the New York Times Company editorial staff

Label
#MeToo : women speak out against sexual assault
Title
#MeToo
Title remainder
women speak out against sexual assault
Statement of responsibility
edited by the New York Times Company editorial staff
Title variation
  • MeToo
  • Me Too
  • Hashtag MeToo
  • Hashtag Me Too
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Storyline
Writing style
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10746456
Cataloging source
YDX
Dewey number
305.42
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 7
  • 9
Nature of contents
bibliography
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New York Times Company
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True
Series statement
In the headlines
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  • Women
  • Sexual harassment of women
  • Sexual harassment
  • Social movements
  • Sexual harassment
  • Sexual harassment of women
  • Social movements
  • Women
Target audience
adult
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/titleRemainder
women speak out against sexual assault
Label
#MeToo : women speak out against sexual assault, edited by the New York Times Company editorial staff
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-218) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • #MeToo floods social media with stories of harassment and assault
  • by Anna Codrea-Rado
  • The raw power of #MeToo
  • by Margaret Renkl
  • The woman who created #MeToo long before hashtags
  • by Sandra E. Garcia
  • The 'click' moment : how the Weinstein scandal unleashed a tsunami
  • by Jessica Bennett
  • 'The silence breakers' named Time's person of the year for 2017
  • by Jonah Engel Bromwich
  • Chapter 1.
  • Chapter 2.
  • The international response to #MeToo.
  • France considers fines for catcalls as women speak out
  • by Dan Bilefsky and Elian Peltier
  • 'Revolt' in France against sexual harassment hits cultural resistance
  • by Alissa J. Rubin
  • A #MeToo moment for the European Parliament
  • by Milan Schreuer
  • Yes, it happens in Sweden, #Too
  • by Jenny Nordberg
  • The start of the #MeToo movement.
  • In Italy, #MeToo is more like 'meh'
  • by Jason Horowitz
  • The #MeToo moment : what happened after women broke the silence elsewhere?
  • by Somini Sengupta
  • In Canada, a 'perfect storm' for a #MeToo reckoning
  • by Ian Austen and Catherine Porter
  • Chapter 3.
  • The effects of #MeToo.
  • Men at work wonder if they've overstepped with women, too
  • by Nellie Bowles
  • Harvey Weinstein paid of sexual harassment accusers
  • Gymnastics doctor who abused patients gets 60 years for child pornography
  • by Maggie Astor
  • Larry Nassar is sentenced to another 40 to 125 years in prison
  • by Christine Hauser
  • Mea culpa. Kinda sorta
  • by The New York Times
  • Alabama women 'make a stand' in first election of the #MeToo era
  • by Jess Bidgood
  • The politics of #HimToo
  • by Thomas B. Edsall
  • by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey
  • Microsoft moves to end secrecy in sexual harassment claims
  • by Nick Wingfield and Jessica Silver-Greenberg
  • Business schools now teaching #MeToo, N.F.L. protests and Trump
  • by David Gelles and Claire Cain Miller
  • The patriarchs are falling. The patriarchy is stronger than ever
  • by Susan Faludi
  • Powerful Hollywood women unveil anti-harassment action plan
  • by Cara Buckley
  • #MeToo has done what the law could not
  • by Catharine A. Mackinnon
  • Statement from Harvey Weinstein
  • Chapter 4.
  • Criticism of the #MeToo movement.
  • Matt Damon draws rebukes for comments on the #MeToo movement
  • by Christina Caron
  • When #MeToo goes too far
  • by Bret Stephens
  • Publicly, we say #MeToo. Privately, we have misgivings
  • by Daphne Merkin
  • Catherine Deneuve and others denounce the #MeToo movement
  • by Valeriya Safronova
  • by Harvey Weinsten
  • Catherine Deneuve apologizes to victims after denouncing #MeToo
  • by Anna Codrea-Rado
  • Trump, saying 'mere allegation' ruins lives, appears to doubt #MeToo movement
  • by Mark Landler
  • #MeToo and the marketing of female narrative
  • by Ginia Bellafante
  • Chapter 5. What's next?
  • Dear men : it's you, too
  • by Roxanne Gay
  • The #MeToo stories we're not hearing
  • Harvey Weinstein's fall opens the floodgates in Hollywood
  • by Thomas Chatterton Williams
  • The conversation : seven women discuss work, fairness, sex and ambition
  • by The New York Times Magazine
  • Russell Simmons, R. Kelly, and why Black women can't say #MeToo
  • by Shanita Hubbard
  • Should we forgive the men who assaulted us?
  • by Danielle Berrin
  • The #MeToo movement : what's next?
  • by Jessica Bennett
  • The #MeToo moment : I'm a straight man. Now what?
  • by Jim Rutenberg, Rachel Abrams and Melena Ryzik
  • by Daniel Victor
  • Sexual misconduct spurs new elections : the #MeToo races
  • by Trip Gabriel and Jess Bidgood
  • #MeToo called for an overhaul. Are workplaces really changing?
  • by Jodi Kantor
Control code
on1036730056
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
221 pages
Isbn
9781642820010
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1036730056
Label
#MeToo : women speak out against sexual assault, edited by the New York Times Company editorial staff
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-218) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • #MeToo floods social media with stories of harassment and assault
  • by Anna Codrea-Rado
  • The raw power of #MeToo
  • by Margaret Renkl
  • The woman who created #MeToo long before hashtags
  • by Sandra E. Garcia
  • The 'click' moment : how the Weinstein scandal unleashed a tsunami
  • by Jessica Bennett
  • 'The silence breakers' named Time's person of the year for 2017
  • by Jonah Engel Bromwich
  • Chapter 1.
  • Chapter 2.
  • The international response to #MeToo.
  • France considers fines for catcalls as women speak out
  • by Dan Bilefsky and Elian Peltier
  • 'Revolt' in France against sexual harassment hits cultural resistance
  • by Alissa J. Rubin
  • A #MeToo moment for the European Parliament
  • by Milan Schreuer
  • Yes, it happens in Sweden, #Too
  • by Jenny Nordberg
  • The start of the #MeToo movement.
  • In Italy, #MeToo is more like 'meh'
  • by Jason Horowitz
  • The #MeToo moment : what happened after women broke the silence elsewhere?
  • by Somini Sengupta
  • In Canada, a 'perfect storm' for a #MeToo reckoning
  • by Ian Austen and Catherine Porter
  • Chapter 3.
  • The effects of #MeToo.
  • Men at work wonder if they've overstepped with women, too
  • by Nellie Bowles
  • Harvey Weinstein paid of sexual harassment accusers
  • Gymnastics doctor who abused patients gets 60 years for child pornography
  • by Maggie Astor
  • Larry Nassar is sentenced to another 40 to 125 years in prison
  • by Christine Hauser
  • Mea culpa. Kinda sorta
  • by The New York Times
  • Alabama women 'make a stand' in first election of the #MeToo era
  • by Jess Bidgood
  • The politics of #HimToo
  • by Thomas B. Edsall
  • by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey
  • Microsoft moves to end secrecy in sexual harassment claims
  • by Nick Wingfield and Jessica Silver-Greenberg
  • Business schools now teaching #MeToo, N.F.L. protests and Trump
  • by David Gelles and Claire Cain Miller
  • The patriarchs are falling. The patriarchy is stronger than ever
  • by Susan Faludi
  • Powerful Hollywood women unveil anti-harassment action plan
  • by Cara Buckley
  • #MeToo has done what the law could not
  • by Catharine A. Mackinnon
  • Statement from Harvey Weinstein
  • Chapter 4.
  • Criticism of the #MeToo movement.
  • Matt Damon draws rebukes for comments on the #MeToo movement
  • by Christina Caron
  • When #MeToo goes too far
  • by Bret Stephens
  • Publicly, we say #MeToo. Privately, we have misgivings
  • by Daphne Merkin
  • Catherine Deneuve and others denounce the #MeToo movement
  • by Valeriya Safronova
  • by Harvey Weinsten
  • Catherine Deneuve apologizes to victims after denouncing #MeToo
  • by Anna Codrea-Rado
  • Trump, saying 'mere allegation' ruins lives, appears to doubt #MeToo movement
  • by Mark Landler
  • #MeToo and the marketing of female narrative
  • by Ginia Bellafante
  • Chapter 5. What's next?
  • Dear men : it's you, too
  • by Roxanne Gay
  • The #MeToo stories we're not hearing
  • Harvey Weinstein's fall opens the floodgates in Hollywood
  • by Thomas Chatterton Williams
  • The conversation : seven women discuss work, fairness, sex and ambition
  • by The New York Times Magazine
  • Russell Simmons, R. Kelly, and why Black women can't say #MeToo
  • by Shanita Hubbard
  • Should we forgive the men who assaulted us?
  • by Danielle Berrin
  • The #MeToo movement : what's next?
  • by Jessica Bennett
  • The #MeToo moment : I'm a straight man. Now what?
  • by Jim Rutenberg, Rachel Abrams and Melena Ryzik
  • by Daniel Victor
  • Sexual misconduct spurs new elections : the #MeToo races
  • by Trip Gabriel and Jess Bidgood
  • #MeToo called for an overhaul. Are workplaces really changing?
  • by Jodi Kantor
Control code
on1036730056
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
221 pages
Isbn
9781642820010
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1036730056

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