This paper analyzes environmental and feminist history as well as freedom of choice which is an important concept in radical feminism.
# 65889 | 1,270 words | 2 sources | APA | 2006 |
Published on May 23, 2006 in Women Studies (Feminism) , Sociology (General) , Law (General) , Women Studies (General)
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This paper examines the women's movement which is divided on the problems of existing inequalities among women particularly those of social class, ethnicity and skin color. This paper discusses why radical feminists believe that the elements of women's culture are preferable to their male analogs in a dominant culture. This writer of this paper also probes how feminist and post structuralist theories have distanced themselves from the category of nature.
From the Paper:"American women writers from the early nineteenth century to the present have rearticulated gendered ideologies of nature. A cultural studies approach enables me to reveal how women's texts transform the representations promoted by literary, popular, and political discourses. By analyzing environmental and feminist history I demonstrate how a diverse array of fiction transfigures the ideologies of nature for feminist, and sometimes environmentalist ends."
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