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Cultural ideology devalue womens role tasks products

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Cultural ideology - Devalue women’s role, tasks, products Symbolic devices - Social structural arrangements exclude women Nature & culture Culturally defined value systems - Every culture tries to generate & sustain systems of forms (humanity tries to assert control over nature) What are Some of Judith Butler’s Main Arguments About Gender? *Gender shouldn’t be just thought of as feminine & masculine, it should be a spectrum (genderfluid) *Masculine & feminine gender doesn’t mean male or female Gender is the effects of power and is performative Biologically male/female (sex) is a cultural idea Heteronormative: Culture says heterosexuality is normative Doesn’t believe sex 1st and then gender 2nd is an elaboration of sex What are Some Characteristics of Each Wave of American Feminism? What are the Theoretical Orientations of Each Wave? (Ex. How is gender studied during each period)? 1st Wave (1848-1920): Feminism: Movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation & oppression Public sphere (activism, theory) Major demands: Suffrage, property rights Ideals of femininity: Domesticity (prudish sexuality) Seneca Falls Convention (1848) Frederick Douglass (only black male)
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Quiz #1 - Study Guide Debated property rights Debated whether they should include suffrage → splits off into NWSA (oppose) & AWSA (support) Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Declarations of Sentiments
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