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Writings on Feminism
Critique of "Third wave Feminism: Antiracists, Transnationalists, and Young Feminists Speak Out" by Miles, Rezai-Rashti, and Rundle, and Lister's article "Women's Political Citizenship: Different and Equal."
# 131724 | 1,250 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Women Studies (Feminism)


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This paper critiques two articles on feminism. These include "Third wave Feminism: Antiracists, Transnationalists, and Young Feminists Speak Out" by Miles, Rezai-Rashti, and Rundle, and Lister's article "Women's Political Citizenship: Different and Equal," which seem to be very different. However, the paper notes that in the course of reading the two articles one can answer the question "What is feminism?"

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"... However, I found that in the course of reading the two articles I was able to make considerable progress towards answering a key question that is of acute importance to me, i.e. "What is feminism?" This might seem like a facile question, but in fact it is not. For it goes to the very heart of why one would choose to be a feminist at all. Unless the term "feminist" has some real meaning in..."

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