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The (un)making of home, entitlement, and nation : an intersectional organizational study of power relations.. Bunjun, Benita 2011-12-31

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    The (Un)Making of Home, Entitlement, and Nation:  An Intersectional Organizational Study of Power Relations in Vancouver Status of Women, 1971-2008   by   Benita Bunjun  B.A., The University of British Columbia  M.A., The University of British Columbia   A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF  THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF   DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY   in   The Faculty of Graduate Studies   (Interdisciplinary Studies)   THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA (Vancouver)   October 2011    © Benita Bunjun, 2011  ii  Abstract  Women's organizing and organizations in North America emerge at historical moments within the larger women's movement across geographies, political climates, and nation formations. Within all movements, the