chapter  4
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Feminist Faith Lives? Exploring Perceptions of Feminism Among Two Anglican Cohorts

Feminism is a broad term, but can be conceptualized to mean addressing gender inequality in society. As Jones articulates, feminism has traditionally endorsed two aims: ‘First, feminists sought to identify the various forms of oppression that structured women’s lives, and second, they imagined and sought to create an alternative future without oppression.’2 But feminists have undertaken this project in multifarious ways.