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and the abstract of my paper presented at the 1st National Conference on Commons and on Social & Solidarity Economy in Greece, held in Thessalonike 4-7.5.2017. 1,508 more words
How are women exploited in society?
And are women the only ones that are exploited in a patriarchal society? History has shown that although men also suffer from the patriarchal society, in terms of unreasonable expectations and frequent majority figures in suicide statistics, women’s exploitation is a pre-requisite for the continued existence of patriarchy. 1,454 more words
The idea of reflexivity reminds us that we change the objects that we study. I was familiar with this idea in the field of ethnography where the work of James Clifford, George Marcus, Ruth Behar, Clifford Geertz and others advocated for a new way of writing anthropology that was more aware of the role of the anthropologist-ethnographer in producing meaning and understanding about the culture(s) and people(s) that were being studied. 424 more words
Wingrove, Elizabeth. (2016). blah Blah WOMEN Blah Blah EQUALITY Blah Blah DIFFERENCE. Philosophy & Rhetoric, 49(4), 408-419.
Wingrove argues, within a Rancièrean perspective, that women’s ‘dissensus’ or assertions of injustice are tied and muted by a grammatical and historical police order. 135 more words