Feminism

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1. Who is a prominent Radical Feminist and what do they believe?

  • Ansley - Women are a seperate class as all exploited and oppressed by the male class
  • Kate Millett - Women almost seperate class as all exploited and oppressed by the male class
  • Dworkin - Women almost seperate class as all exploited and oppressed by the male class
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2. What do they believe about the division of labour in most societies?

  • Divided by gender, men's jobs bring greater rewards than womens (Status, pay, power, etc)
  • Divided by gender, women's jobs bring greater rewards than mens (Status, pay, power, etc)
  • Divided by class, middle and upper class jobs bring greater rewards than working class ones (Status, pay, power, etc)
  • Medic does the dishes, Soldier doesnt (TF2)

3. What three interacting systems does Walby note?

  • Racism, capitalism and class
  • 3DS, Wii, Xbox
  • Racism, capitalism and patriarchy (most important)
  • Age, capitalism and patriarchy (most important)

4. Who wrote the book 'Living Doll', and what does it say?

  • Sasori of the Red Sand (Rogue-nin, S Rank Ninja) - why being a living dead puppet is great! With chapter by Deidara
  • Smart and Cain - Rise of internet ****, cosmetic surgey and the hyper sexualisation of women has led to rise in objectification. Women judged on looks so not taken seriously - feminism more needed than ever
  • Natasha Walter - Rise of internet ****, cosmetic surgey and the hyper sexualisation of women has led to rise in objectification. Women judged on looks so not taken seriously - feminism more needed than ever
  • Natasha Walter - Fall of internet ****, cosmetic surgey and the hyper sexualisation of women has led to rise in objectification. Women judged on brains so not taken beautifully - feminism more needed than ever

5. What is transgressive criminology?

  • Study what illegal and legal activities harm women, how came about, what to change them (led to studies on the way women staying in from fear of crime, how law treats ****, etc)
  • Studying aggressive Transformers and the crimes they commit, why, etc
  • Study only illegal activites that harm women, how came about, what to change them (led to studies on the way women staying in from fear of crime, how law treats ****, etc)
  • Study what illegal and legal activities harm men, how came about, what to change them (led to studies on the way women staying in from fear of crime, how law treats ****, etc)

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