Radical Feminist Theory

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Introduction

Organization today are seen as systems, that is a collection of interdependent parts. Move one part and you somehow influence all the other parts. Feminism is a sociological approach that views inequality in gender as central to all behaviour in organization, it clearly focuses on one aspect of inequality. Some radical feminist theories however, view the oppression of women as inevitable in all male dominated societies whether in capitalist, socialist or communist system (Irefin, Ifah, Bwala.2012:8). Organizational Studies and feminist theories were detached due to their distinctive areas. Organizational literature has been dominated by male academics to solve problems of male managers while feminist studies dealt mostly with women and the nature of patriarchal relations, the division of feminist theories in social theory appears in the field of organization studies.

Contribution to feminist and organisational theory

Many theories of gender inequalities have been developed many times and the number of texts within feminist and organisational theory that specifically address professional and managerial women’s experiences within the workplace have grown( Farmer,2013:32). Many theories of gender inequalities have been developed many times and the number of texts within feminist and organisational theory that
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The most important characteristics of these alternative organization are (a) participatory decision making, (b) a system of rotating leadership, (c) flexible and interactive job designs, (d) fair distribution of income, and interpersonal and political

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