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For Wilson, this attention to aggression is particularly important for feminist theory and politics, which she understands to be overly invested in the appropriation of negativity for the ultimate ends of social repair, restitution, and productivity.
Coincident with the integration of feminist theory into the academy in the 1980s, these had been supplanted by new, psychoanalytic- and poststructuralist-inspired notions of gender and an emphasis on intersectional identities.
A common taxonomy to describe the schools of feminist theory includes liberal, Marxist, social, radical, standpoint, and poststructural (Hesse-Biber, Gilmartin, & Lydenberg, 1999; McCann & Kim, 2003a).
It is a narrative of success and accomplishment and positions feminist theory and its subjects as attentive and dynamic.
Robin Truth Goodman's Feminist Theory in Pursuit of the Public is a theoretically rich and ambitious effort to rethink feminism and a feminist politics in relation to the public.
Lazzaro-Weis presents a fascinating study of how historical novels by contemporary Italian women writers address the generational conflicts inherent in feminist theory brought about by debates over women's versus gender history in the 1980s.
Elaine Barkin and Lydia Hammessley, Audible Traces: Gender, Identity, and Music (1999), an essay which Pendle herself describes as concluding 'with some definitions and descriptions of feminist theory as it can apply to work in music', is listed here rather than in 'Feminist Theory'.
Postmodern Modes of Hearing from the perspective of feminist theory and music.
That's a typical Flanagan sentiment, as well as a typical Flanagan construction: quiet observation, couched in homey common sense, rolled together in a spit wad aimed at the feminist theory of housework that has dominated the movement since the inaugural days of Ms.
After summarizing the arguments of several feminist economists and ethicists, Jarl attempts to synthesize from these works a feminist theory of economic justice based on addressing basic human needs.
This article draws on the tensions and debates within feminist theory to argue that feminist theory problematises but ultimately enriches and revitalizes conceptualizations of resistance within organization studies.
Relke is a founding member and professor in the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Saskatchewan where she teaches courses in feminist theory, science fiction, and popular culture.