Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History

‘Proud and Employed’: The Gay and Lesbian Movement and the Victorian Teachers’ Unions in the 1970s

Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History (1999), 76, (1), 78–94.

Abstract

Despite the great deal of attention given to social movements in recent years, a number of issues remain surprisingly under-explored. In particular, the relationship between various social movements and between social movements and social change are in need of much greater study. In this case study of the Australian lesbian and gay movement and the Victorian teachers’ unions in the 1970s, I have attempted to explore the ways in which the social movement, as a political form, is able to have an impact on society, its institutions and structures.

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Willett, Graham

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