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  • Liberal Feminists
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    Feminism is a body of social theory and political movement primarily based on and motivated by the experiences of women. While generally providing a critique of social relations, many proponents of feminism also focus on analyzing gender inequality and the promotion of women's rights, interests, and issues. Feminist theory aims to understand the nature of gender inequality and focuses on gender politics, power relations and sexuality. Feminist political activism campaigns on issues such as repro...
  • Western Feminist Concern With Differential Relationships
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    ... n a specific and unequal manner. When the evidence allows us to place the words! yen according to gender! | into the last two sentences, and they new sentences mean something, then the concepts of patriarchy argued by feminists begin to take on an explanatory power. Occupational Labour and the Economy Liberal feminist provided concepts of gender that account for pay differentials and might even account for why women can receive less money than men for doing the same job (Golombok and Fivush,...
  • Marxist Socialist Feminists And Radical Feminists
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    Q. 1 (b) Feminist approaches to sociological theory have developed out of historical sites of struggle for equality. Describe the strengths and weaknesses of four (4) different feminist theoretical orientations. Sociological theory is broadly concerned with structured forms of social inequality. Therefore, sociologist generally attempt to approach human behaviour and relations in terms of the particular social setting of different social groups, classes and etc. However, feminist critics of soci...
  • Exclusivity Of The Liberal Order
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    So what differences are we truly parsing here? The categorical difference between the soul of classical liberalism and that of socialism is that one idealizes the individual, the other the collective. The individual is really at the center of the liberal idea: he or she strives to reach goals that are mutually attainable by all participants in society. Specifically because these goals are internal to the awareness of those who make choices and take actions, the outcomes they produce are neither ...
  • Fundamental Consistencies Within Various Feminist Ideologies
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    IS THERE ANY CONSISTENCY AMONG THE VARIOUS FEMINISM OR IS FEMINISM INCOHERENT Without fear of contradiction one can successfully collate the feminist philosophy, both as a progressively forward-looking movement, and an evolving, multitude of openly pro-feminine theories. Indeed 'core feminist theory' dictates, that feminism should persist in the sole pursuit of "equality, amongst men and women, on political, economic, and social grounds". This essay hopes to carefully outline the historical back...
  • Liberal Feminists And Radical Feminists
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    New Radicalism's: Feminism and Ecolgism What are the basic elements of feminism? What are the diff ences between Liberal and radical Feminism? Feminism is a general term used to describe a very broad and complex ideology. There are lots of different feminist theories and approaches, as well as several different types of feminists. The most straightforward meaning however describes it as 'a movement advocating the rights of women and of their social, political and economic equality with men' (Rog...
  • Role Of Gender In War
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    INTRODUCTION Recently, the roles of women in war have received increased attention in both scholarship and political debate. U.S. moms went off to battle in the 1991 Gulf War, to a global audience. Since then, women have crept slowly closer to combat roles in Western militaries. Meanwhile, women were primary targets of massacres in wars in Rwanda, Burundi, Algeria, Bosnia, southern Mexico, and elsewhere. The systematic use of rape in warfare was defined as a war crime for the first time by the i...

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