Theories on Patriarchy in "The Creation of Patriarchy"
A look at the archaeological, historical, and prehistorical evidence that spans 2,500 years of Near East human history that Gerda Lerner uses to build a multicausal theory concerning the development and creation of the existing patriarchal system.
# 995 | 1,300 words | 4 sources | 1999 |
Published on Aug 28, 2001 in Anthropology (Cultural) , Anthropology (Pre-Historic) , English (Analysis) , Religion and Theology (General) , Anthropology (General) , Women Studies (General)
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From the Paper:"Within this framework, she does a meticulous and in-depth job of mapping out and defining the progression that at first led to the subordination of women and then later to the subordination of humans that is found in racism, classism, and slavery. By using historical evidence Lerner also shows that female subordination is in fact a historical process and not a natural, biological predisposition of inferiority and following along these lines, the belief that what is created, can be changed."
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