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Postfeminisms : feminism, cultural theory, and cultural forms

Author: Ann Brooks
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1997.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Brooks
ISBN: 0415114748 9780415114745 0415114756 9780415114752
OCLC Number: 35777416
Description: 240 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. I. Challenging and fragmenting the consensus of the 'second wave'. 1. Consensus and Conflict in Second Wave Feminism: Issues of Diversity and 'Difference' in Feminist Theorising --
pt. II. Feminism's 'turn to culture' --
a paradigm shift in feminist theorising? 2. Challenging the Basis of the Feminist Epistemological Project. 3. Foucault and Postfeminism: Discourse, Power and Resistance. 4. Psychoanalytic Theory, Semiology and Postfeminism. 5. The 'Landscape of Postfeminism': The Intersection of Feminism, Postmodernism and Post-Colonialism --
pt. III. Postfeminism and cultural forms. 6. Postfeminisms and Cultural Politics: Feminism, Cultural, Difference and The Cultural Politics of the Academy. 7. Postfeminism and Popular Culture: Representations and Resistance. 8. Postfeminist Variations Within Media and Film Theory. 9. Postfeminisms and Cultural Space: Sexuality, Subjectivity and Identity.
Responsibility: Ann Brooks.
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