This article is not as simple to discuss as the previous. Taylor talks about misogyny, feminism, anti-feminism, sexual animosity, social and woman rights. Not only does Taylor talk about the heroine of feminism herself, Mary Wollstonecraft, but also talks about Susan Gubar who despised everything that Mary Wollstonecraft was. In this article, Taylor gives many different looks at feminism and misogyny. I think that this is a really important article to attribute in my report.
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A Feminist Critique on Sylvia Plath’s Lady Lazarus Feminism is the belief in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes as well as the movement organized around this belief. (The American Heritage Dictionary). Feminist literary criticism is a literary movement which was enlightened by the feminist theory or the political movement of feminism, it uses feminist ideologies and principles as a tool to critique literature. Feminist criticism is broader and does not only focus on literature. It was a product of the second wave of feminism, which was in 1960s Peter Barry, Beginning Theory An Introduction To Literary And Cultural Theory, third edition, Manchester University Press, P. 116) .
There have been many theories that deny the theory of universality of female subordination. The first among them is Engels' theory, which explained the emergence of patriarchy on the basis of the three different phases of society- savage, barbarism, and civilization. This theory mainly concentrates on the economic reasons for female subordination. The next theory was from the radical feminists. They had different reasons to for the subordination of women, these reasons were different from both traditionalists' and Engels' views.
This notion was rejected by Butler because according to her gender should be regarded as a performance and not as a category (Guantlett, 1998; Horitar, 2015). Queer theory intends to observe why Western society has produced this association between sex, gender and identity and what consequences could rise from this constructed band (Horitar, 2015; McLelland, 2005). The concept of queer theory became a division of study since 1991 (Harris, 2005) and evolved from two major influences namely, feminist
2 February 2016. https://www.academia.edu/12616166/A_Third_Space_of_LoveOn_Hybridity_in_Aru ndhati_Roy_s_The_God_of_Small_Things_ Kunhambu. K. “Search For Identity In Arundhathi Roy’s Novel”. International Journal Of Scientific & Technology Research 3.7 (2014). Web. 18 February 2016. www.ijstr.org/final.../Search-For-Identity-In-Arundhathi-Roys-Novel.pdf Roy, Arundhati.
NAME : NONTUTHUKO SURNAME : MADINANE STUDENT NUMBER : 215362985 MODULE : GROUP DYNAMICS (SS 202) LECTURES NAME : MAGOQWANA BABALWA DUE DATE : 22 MAY 2017 TOPIC CHOSEN : USE A FEMINIST APPROACH TO SHOW HOW ORGANISATIONS MAINTAIN HIERATCHY AND INEQUALITIES TODAY. How does organisations maintains hierarchy and inequalities using feminist approach in nowadays. Feminist approach discovers equally inequalities in gender relations and the structure of gender. Feminist theories first initiated as a challenge to explain women’s dominance worldwide, following a glorious theoretic approach. Feminist approach settled from the social program feminism, inventing from conflict viewpoints by aiming on the stratification and inequalities in society.