OBOS


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OBOSOslo Bolig Og Sparelag (housing; Oslo, Norway)
OBOSOur Bodies, Ourselves (women's health book and organization)
OBOSOur Bodies, Ourselves (Boston Women’s Health Book Collective book)
OBOSOffice of the Board of Studies (Australia)
OBOSOpen Be Operating System
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In a chapter entitled "OBOS Abroad: From 'Center' to 'Periphery' and Back," Davis describes the process of OBOS becoming a transnational phenomenon.
Through its global initiative, the OBOS women's health activist approach has supported publication and use of materials in more than 25 languages, in print, Braille, audio, digital, and social interactive formats.
Check out the OBOS Women's Health Heroes section on their website (www.
The deal starts in January 2012 and entitles OBOS members to discount on home phone, mobile telephony, fixed broadband and mobile broadband services.
Substantial royalties from commercial editions of OBOS supported the collective's work from 1973 until the late 1980s, when royalties began to wane.
OBOS could safely, and without exaggeration, be called the Bible of the women's health movement in North America for many in the 1970s, '80s and into the '90s--when it finally encountered some competition from other comprehensive women's health resources that adopted the OBOS model.
With its forthright feminist stance, valuing of women's voices and unwavering support of reproductive rights, it is no wonder that OBOS has known controversy.
I have used every previous edition of OBOS in my teaching.
The price increase was surprisingly high and shows that there is an appetite for dwellings in the market, OBOS chief executive Martin Maeland said in a statement.
28 September 2010 - Norwegian group Veidekke ASA (OSL: VEI) said Monday it and co-operative building association OBOS have won a turnkey contract, worth NOK320m excluding VAT, to build a district centre in the western port of Stavanger.
And, of course, there are numerous reviews of previous editions of OBOS, including the one of the 1992 version (The New Our Bodies, Ourselves) written by my co-editor, Phyllis Holman Weisbard, and published in Feminist Collections v.