Augusta Rozsypalová a Františka Jakubcová v zápase o zastřešující organizaci katolických žen (devadesátá léta 19. století — první světová válka)
AUGUSTA ROZSYPALOVÁ AND FRANTIŠKA JAKUBCOVÁ IN THE STRUGGLE FOR AN UMBRELLA ORGANISATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN (THE 1890S — FIRST WORLD WAR)
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The article focuses on the way in which social and modernization changes affected the thinking of two remarkable Catholic women. It is about negotiation strategies (for the Union of Catholic Women’s Foundation) pursued by these women towards Catholic men. Despite a certain pluralism, the author shows that the thinking of Catholic women shifted — but this was not just a question of adopting liberal positions, but their transformation into a specific religious ideology. The image of femininity was still present in the concept of “motherhood“, but not in terms of biological sciences, but in cultural and social terms. It was Catholic feminism, which was not accepted by the mainstream in the Catholic milieu.
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