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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
Cataloging source
YDX
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HV6250.4.W65
LC item number
M486 2019
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
New York Times Company
Series statement
In the headlines
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women
  • Sexual harassment of women
  • Sexual harassment
  • Social movements
Target audience
adult
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 mean : 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.
Extent
221 pages
Isbn
9781642820027
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
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 mean : 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.
Extent
221 pages
Isbn
9781642820027
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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