Neoliberalism sex vs gender ways of conceptualizing

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Neoliberalism Sex vs. gender Ways of conceptualizing gender Gender performance Characteristics and limitations of 2 nd Wave Feminism Levels of Human Difference (Individual, Cultural, Structural) Components of culture (norms, values, symbols, mental maps) Characteristics of culture (shared, patterned, learned, changing) 2nd wave feminism BBC documentary women were socially active in activism, it was a group effort (collective protesting) - consciousness raising theoretically their activism was Marxism - about economism and class Only when Capitalism was eliminated would women be equal All women were oppressed
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Final Exam Format: The exam is worth 200 points (20% of course grade) and will be composed exclusively of multiple choice questions (50 questions x 4 points each = 200 points) Didn’t take race into consideration, or lived experience (focus not on individual) Bourgeoisie vs. proletariat 3rd wave feminism Very individualist - every women has to find their own path to feel liberated (coming from different places) Lived experienced and race was taken into consideration Involved w/ the idea of gender performance & intersectionality “Do me” feminism article - Publishing & music Courtney Love, married to Kurt Cobain - The difference between ethnocentrism and cultural relativism (handout) - representations of women of color in postfeminist media (article from week of Amy Schumer) Stereotypes of women of color in media - Manigault Amoroza (from apprentice) is pictured as very cut throat woman as accusing other women as racist, Mannie stereotype Black lady - Cosby show - someone who is stereotyped as putting their job aside to take care of family (claire) Angry Black woman How there tends to be a theme where women have been portrayed as having a life that hasn’t connected to their roots, and then reconnect with their roots (video of exile)
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  • Spring '14
  • Dr.AntoniaRandolph
  • Feminism, AMY SCHUMER

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