Inequality In Jean Baker Miller's Domination And Subordination

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Throughout our history our society struggles with inequality. Sexism and racism still addresses like class, gender or other dominating classifications a structural problem in our United States culture. In Jean Baker Miller’s essay “Domination and Subordination” she discusses the temporary and permanent inequality. Miller states that the temporary inequality is a relationship between a dominated individual who explains and is a teacher to the subordinated individual. In contrast her explanation of the permanent inequality is the relationship of different individuals who always will be unequal. In her discussion about the permanent inequality, she mentioned the dominant groups. Inferior groups are a lower part in our society, thus are judged

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