Flashcards in FEMINISM Deck (10)
Give an overview of the four waves on feminism with an example for each?
1st- legal/political rights e.g. suffragette (liberal feminism)
2nd-roles in society e.g. Millett/Beauvoir
3rd- other cultures/class e.g. hookes
4th- online misogyny e.g. 'me too'
Sex 3 features?
Gender 3 features?
-same regardless time/culture
-exceptions in time/culture
What are the 6 features of the patriarchy?
What does the statement 'personal is political' mean?
which feminist thinker referred to this?
'private' issues kept women subordinate, the distinction beweep 'private'/'public' sphere were about power- political
Kate Millet (family)
What is equality feminism?
What is difference feminism/essentialism?
men and women are fundamentally the same/differences irrelevant, equally capable of roles in society
differences are innate/natural, equality feminism encourage to reject womanhood and be like a man
What are the 5 features of liberal feminism?
what do they reject?
example of thinker ?
-equality of opportunity (intersectionality)
-foundational equality (legal/political equality)
-discrimination (not oppressed)
'personal is political'
Betty Friedan, foundational equality
What are 4 features of socialist feminism?
-eradication of capitalism (primary source of oppression not patriarchy)
-marriage/family, 'personal is political'
What are the 10 features of the patriarchy?
critical to what type of feminism?
-sex and gender
What are the three types of radical feminism?