However the consequences of this silencing and also the doable solutions for a modification is essentially divided in associate understanding of essentialist ‘female nature’ and a construction primarily based understanding of gender as a discursive follow. For a feminist theory on peace the analysis of war and conflict is essential. The variety of approaches vary from historical accounts of girls in war to the psychological scrutinizing of gendered upbringing of youngsters. Critical writings by ladies in liberation movements in Latin America, Africa and Asia as well because the critique on western feminism by labor, Black and lesbian scholars have additional formed the discussion. 4 Feminist Peace and Conflict Theory reflects on the need of visibility of girls in conflicts and has crystal rectifier to a broader understanding of security problems.
2.4 Related Studies Gender stereotype and Feminism One of the related study is Gender Stereotyping in the Third World by Ishita Mukhopadhyay (2011). She claims that Concentration of female employment in specific job types is the phenomenon associated with construction of gender stereotypes. As well, various professions have also been related to severe gender stereotyping. The current paper tries to build an evaluation of gender stereotyping, whilst setting forth its departure from existing segregation measures. The paper then tries to assess and analyze the extent of stereotyping in some countries.
Oonagh begins her journal by stating that her purpose in writing the journal is to describe how these two critiques have come to against each other in the world of women’s international human rights. At the first section, it discusses the exposition of cultural relativist arguments that created in the term of women’s human rights. It explained through the crossing and disagreement between the feminist and relativist critiques. The first section also discusses about the suggestions over cultural relativism that likely have a negative effect on the implementation of women’s human rights. It discusses that cultural relativism brings bad influence towards feminist.
The Odyssey by Homer contains multiple moments where female characters are oppressed or fit into a patriarchy, but there are several moments where these character show signs of rebellion against this oppression. Applying a critical lense of feminism to these characters and relationships create complexities and conflicts within the novel that shine meaning on the world. The character Penelope offers many of these moments. Analyzing the actions, situation, and comparisons with other characters using a the feminist critical lense will show a more enriched version of Penelope and offer a deeper insight of the patriarchy, and how is affects the world. To accomplish this analyzation I have structured this paper into an intro paragraph, four body paragraphs, and a conclusion paragraph.
The first section contains the examination of cultural relativism argument related to the human rights of women. The next section consists of the discussion of the detected similarities between two different human rights critique. The last section is the concluding part, presents the argument of the author
In the journal, the writer explain that feminism is critique international human rights and fight for women rights while the cultural relativism critique the International Human Rights and fight for the culture. I do agree that in practice International Human rights is not universal especially for women since there is a lot of discrimination towards women. But I am not fully agreed with the writer, that state feminism can cooperate with cultural relativism. If the feminism could cooperate together since there are several things that could not be combine such as human right and culture. For example is the Female Genital Mutilation that known as the culture in some region but it was violating the women rights.
In our culture today, feminism is wrongfully portrayed upon women. The main essays used within this paper all exemplify feminism, and describe their own point of view upon this issue. The first author is Roxanne Gay, who has earned her ph. D in rhetoric and technical communication from Michigan Technological University and is currently and associate professor of English at Purdue University, and Roxanne Gay published the essay “Bad Feminist” where she speaks about many different variations of feminism while also stating her own definition of the word “feminism”. The second author is named Ariel Levy, who is a staff writer at the New Yorker, and has been called “feminism’s newest and most proactive voice” By Malcom Gladwell.
The Journal, “Feminists of International Law and Their Critics”, by Hilary Charlesworth seeks to address the relationship of women and international human rights law. This journal also tell about feminist critiques of International law. This Journal consists of four parts which are the first part is about Feminist Criticism of International law that in this part according to feminist analysis of International law has divided in to two major roles which are deconstructive and reconstructive. Second part of journal is the incoherent critique. Third part is about the essential critique.
Resistance in postcolonial theory in general and in postcolonial feminism in particular is widely negotiated by postcolonial female as well as male writers. But before indulging deeply into these forms of resistance for women, it is very important to answer the question: whom and what are being resisted? Moreover, it is obvious that in order to analyze or study any of women’s writing entails in one way or another using the feminist approach to provide a wider explanation of the text in all its dimensions. But discussing women’s writing after the colonial era gives more space to the intersection of many approaches and theories to come with a sufficient study of the postcolonial text. As our concern in this thesis is postcolonial feminist theory, it necessities delving in postcolonial theory as part and parcel of the latter is very necessary.
First, the terms feminism and post-feminism are going to be defined. Then, they will be applied to Bridget Jones’s Diary and the character Shazzer in particular. The analysis of Shazzer will focus on her feminist beliefs and her representation of typ-ical feminist stereotypes and how they might be considered to present a negative outlook on feminism. Feminism and Postfeminism There are many possible definitions of feminism and post-feminism when The problem in coming up with a fitting definition of feminism is difficult as there is not only one type of feminism but many different kinds. It is also differently used depending on cultural background and / or class and differs depending on where and how you live.