Faculty Mentor

Katherine MIller


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Feminism is a popular topic in today’s society, but religious women are often left out of it on the basis that one cannot be both religious and feminist. Even though they may not take part in the most obvious feminist actions as they continue to maintain traditional western family structures, they can still hold feminist beliefs and take other kinds of feminist actions. In my senior thesis I will be studying feminism in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints using ethnographic research via first hand participant observation, both in person and online, in the Salem Young Single Adult Ward and within the community of young adult Church members active on Tumblr.com. I hope to see how these women who live or plan to live these more traditional western structures can still take feminist action in their daily lives.






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