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Alison M. Jaggar


Feminist Reconstructions of Being and Knowing

by Alison M. Jaggar

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Published by Rutgers Univ Pr .
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  • Feminism,
  • Topics in philosophy,
  • Body, Human,
  • Speculative Philosophy,
  • Knowledge, Theory of,
  • Sex role,
  • Philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSusan R. Borod (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages384
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8025251M
    ISBN 100813513782
    ISBN 109780813513782

    Gender is the range of characteristics pertaining to, and differentiating between femininity and ing on the context, this may include sex-based social structures (i.e. gender roles) and gender identity. Most cultures use a gender binary, having two genders (boys/men and girls/women); those who exist outside these groups may fall under the umbrella term non-binary.

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This contention is based on studying the relations among the body, gender, and knowledge in social protest by comparing two Israeli-Jewish leftistprotest movements, a woman-only movement (Women in Black) and a mixed-gender one (The 21st Year), which.

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This textbook introduces key feminist concepts and analytical frameworks used in the interdisciplinary Women, Gender, Sexualities field. It unpacks the social construction of knowledge and categories of difference, processes and structures of power and inequality, with a focus on gendered labor in the global economy, and the historical development of feminist social movements.

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her book title, Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women and the Rest of Us1. It is commonly argued that biological differences between males and females determine gender by causing enduring differences in capabilities and Size: KB. material material that requires expert educators to transform it into knowledge.

Elana Michelson questions hegemonic tendencies in higher education that often perpetuate dualism of mind versus body as well as dismissive attitudes about the value of embodied knowledge.

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Gender, Power and Knowledge for Development questions the assumptions and practice of the knowledge-for-development industry. Using a qualitative, multi-site ethnographical study of a Northern-based gender information service and its beneficiaries in India, the book queries the utility of the knowledge paradigm itself and the underlying.

Throughout the s and 80s, women argued that unless they gained access to information about their own bodies, there would be no equality. In Bodies of Knowledge, Wendy Kline considers the ways in which ordinary women worked to position the female body at the center of womens Kline shows, the struggle to attain this knowledge unified women but also divided them.

The relationship between gender identity and the human body became in the nineties of 20th century one of the key research topics, as in gender studies, and in gender history itself. Where else also search base for the different character of women´s and men´s gender stereotypes than in the constitution in the core relationship that defines its own capacities and capabilities of human beings to relate themselves.

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Chapter 2: Academic Feminism and the Corporeal Turn. Chapter 3: Imag (in)ery, Representations and Subjectivity. Chapter 4: Mirrors, Lips and other Metaphors: Feminism, the Body and Psychoanalysis. Chapter 5: Embodying GenderGendering the Body. Chapter 6: Conclusion.

The concept of gender identity is therefore consistent with an indi-vidual approach to gender, focusing on how gender operates from the inside (gender identity) out. Gender socialization begins in all societies from the very moment we are born, but in most societies, gender socialization presumes the ability to look at a new infant and give it a.

The important questions from a gender perspective address the extent to which gender-based occupational and labour market segregation persists within the emerging domains of the knowledge-based economy, and whether cross-national differences in gender continuity versus gender transformation are evident.

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As such, social constructionism highlights the ways in which. Body: our body, our experience of our own body, how society genders bodies, and how others interact with us based on our body.

Identity: the name we use to convey our gender based on our deeply held, internal sense of ties typically fall into binary (e. man, woman) nonbinary (e. genderqueer, genderfluid, etc) or ungendered (e.agender, genderless) categories. The book focused on theories of gender development and contained several chapters that remain to this day the foundations of research and theory on childrens gender development (chapters by Hamburg and Lunde on hormonal influences on gender differences in behavior, Mischels chapter on social learning theory of gender development, and.

Gender relations are among the key determinants of food and nutrition security. Women and men have different roles and positions in agriculture and in the food system as a whole with these changing over time.

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Abstract. Gender occupies a paradoxical place in the historiography of witchcraft. The persecution of witches is not about gender alone, but it has a continuing, knotty and intractable relation to gender that comes in and out of focus in the historiography of witchcraft; the fact that the vast majority of those accused of witchcraft in most European countries were women is at once the most and.

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As part of the emerging new research on civic innovation, this book explores how sexual politics and gender relations play out in feminist struggles around body politics in Brazil, Colombia, India, Iran, Mexico, Nepal, Turkey, Nicaragua, as well as in East Africa.

The implications of gnosticism for gender issues is evident in the view of the body. If the body is merely an evil cage keeping the soul on earth, then the gender of this body is rather unimportant.

Different gnostics viewed sex differently. One of these views was that active chastity shows far too much preoccupation with the body. Themes and Colors. LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in My Antonia, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work.

In late 19th century America, gender roles were strictly defined. Men were meant to act as providers, and women were meant to marry and care for the family. During his childhood, Jim believes strongly in. Gendered Knowledges. 91 likes. Gendered Knowledges is a strategic project that will explore radical interdisciplinary pedagogies in relation to Gender .Transgender is an umbrella term used to describe people whose gender identity (sense of themselves as male or female) or gender expression differs from socially constructed norms associated with their birth sex.

This includes androgynous, bigendered and gender queer people, who tend to see traditional concepts of gender as restrictive.power/knowledge schemes, and he presents the subject – the common citizen – and, by extension, the subject’s body, as the primary nodes of power: “Power comes from below,” (b: 94).

His focus on the body as simply a body is not meant to devalue gender, but to deductively. 2. My term.