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- Created on: 20-06-17 17:32
1. What do liberal feminists argue about about women's oppression?
- That it is being gradually overcome through changing people's attitudes and through changes in the law such as the sex discrimination act (1975).
- That it is getting much worse, women are oppressed now in the family more than ever with the threat of domestic violence being ever present.
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2. How are women a reserve army of cheap labour?
- They are taken on when extra workers are needed and are then let go when not needed, so they return to their primary role as unpaid domestic labour.
- They are payed far less than men are for doing the exact same job.
3. What does sociologist Germaine Greer (2000) argue for?
- For the creation of all-female or 'matrilocal' households as an alternative to the heterosexual family.
- For all heterosexual households.
4. For radical feminists, who is the key division in society between?
- There is no key division
- Men and women
- The ruling and working class
- The bourgeoisie and the proletariat
5. What do liberal feminists believe we are moving towards?
- Larger inequalities between the sexes.
- Greater equality- which depends on the further reforms and changes in the socialisation and attitudes of both sexes.
- A larger gender divide between men and women.