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|Title:||Speaking of feminism...what are we arguing about?|
|Citation:||Feminist Alliances, 2006 / Lynda Burns (ed./s), pp.35-58|
|Publisher Place:||New York, USA|
|Contents:||1. The complexities of coalition / Iris Marion Young -- 2. Whose politics? Who’s correct? / Alison M. Jaggar -- 3. Speaking of feminism...what are we arguing about? / Chris Beasley -- 4. The purposes of politics: a feminist inquiry / Janna Thompson -- 5. Foucault, feminism, and history / Lisa Featherstone -- 6. Emasculating metaphor: whither the maleness of reason? / Jacqui Broad, Karen Green, Helen Prosser -- 7. Care ethics, power and feminist socianalysis / Susan Duggin, Jason Pudsey -- 8. Pornography and power / Narelle Lydeamore -- 9. Splitting the difference: between Young and Fraser on identity politics / Marguerite La Caze.|
|Appears in Collections:||Politics publications|
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