Otherness

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  • Created on: 17-03-13 15:56
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  • 'Otherness'
    • Women considered fundamentally different to men
      • Economically
      • Culturally
      • Psychologically
      • Biologically
    • Women have internalised feelings of otherness
      • Women perceive their biology as giving them a separate societal role to men
      • Men can never understand this otherness
        • It is a product of biological identity
  • Comes from 1960s consumer culture
    • 'Otherness'
      • Women considered fundamentally different to men
        • Economically
        • Culturally
        • Psychologically
        • Biologically
      • Women have internalised feelings of otherness
        • Women perceive their biology as giving them a separate societal role to men
        • Men can never understand this otherness
          • It is a product of biological identity
  • Women are socialised to accept they are 'other'
    • This comes from the patriarchy
      • Women are socialised to accept they are 'other'
      • Women are allowing themselves to be inferior
        • Otherness is subconscious
          • Women need to become aware it is there
            • Otherness is subconscious
            • Simone de Beauvoir - woman is simply 'not man'

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