HBSE 14 - Extremely powerful feminist Stressed the...

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Feminist Theory Elements of Feminist Theory Feminist Theory Analyzes the differences between male and female experiences Works alongside all other disciplines Linked to other oppressed concepts Inclusive and partnering stance Feminist Goals Achieve equal treatment between men and women! Remove the negative connotation associated with feminism Transform society Women’s Movement Example of societal transformation Excluded other oppressed groups Carol Gilligan (1982)
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Unformatted text preview: Extremely powerful feminist Stressed the importance of female expression 3 concepts Voice Resistance Moral Development Voice Required for female development Indicator of relationships (healthy v. unhealthy) Four basic questions: Who is speaking? In what body? From whose perspective is the story about what relationship being told? In what societal and cultural frameworks is the story being told?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course SOCWRK 1015 taught by Professor Rachelfusco during the Fall '11 term at Pittsburgh.

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