2 edition of Toward a feminist alternative to sport as a male preserve. found in the catalog.
Toward a feminist alternative to sport as a male preserve.
Written in English
Taken from Quest,vol.37, 1985, pp.193-202.
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FEMINIST ISSUES IN SPORT ELIZABETH H. JABRATT* University of Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A. Synopsis-Diverging feminist perspectives are examined in the scholarly literature on women and sports. One perspective aims at dispelling myths about women being athletically inferior to men. A FEMINISTS' VIEW OF THE NEW MAN. By time in the making and predates the recent revival of feminism by many decades. Male resistance to marriage, for example, is a venerable theme in American.
Mary Daly (–) was a world-renowned radical feminist philosopher who held doctorates in theology and philosophy from the University of Fribourg in groundbreaking books include Church and Second Sex, Beyond God the Father, Gyn/Ecology, Pure Lust, Websters' First New Intergalatic Wickedary of the English Languague (Conjured in Cahoots with Jane Caputi), and Cited by: Pro-feminism refers to support of the cause of feminism without implying that the supporter is a member of the feminist term is most often used in reference to men ("male feminists") who actively support feminism and its efforts to bring about the political, economic, cultural, personal, and social equality of women with men.A number of pro-feminist men are involved in political.
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A feminist alternative to sport as a male preserve challenges gender inequality by challenging sexual stereotypes and patriarchal control of women's by: Sport is discussed as an agent of women's oppression and as a potential agent for the transformation of gender relations.
(Author/MT) Descriptors: Athletics, Feminism, Sex Bias, Sex Discrimination, Social Influences, Sociocultural PatternsCited by: In the case of gender relations, sport as a male preserve has contributed to the oppression of women through the objectification and domination of their physicality and sexuality.
A feminist alternative to sport as a male preserve challenges gender inequality by challenging sexual stereotypes and patriarchal control of women's bodies. A feminist alternative to sport as a male preserve challenges gender inequality by challenging sexual stereotypes and patriarchal control of women's by: Setting a reading intention helps you organise your reading.
You can filter on reading intentions from the list, as well as view them within your profile. Read the guide ×. Theberge, Toward a feminist alternative to sport as a male preserve,' Quest, vol. 37,p. Riordan, 'Some comparisons of women's sport in East and West,' International Review for the Sociology of Sport, vol.
20, no. 1,p. "This comprehensive collection of articles is organized into five sections: part I introduces and provides an overview of feminist theories that have examined gender, women, and sport; part II addresses the gendered organizational order of sport and explores the practices through which women in institutionalized sport are managed; part III explores how certain practices associated with sport.
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Using the debate over Marxism and feminism as a point of departure, MacKinnon develops a theory of gender centered on sexual subordination and applies it to the state/5. Toward a feminist alternative to sport as a male preserve / Nancy Theberge --Subcultural subversions: comparing discourses on sexuality in men's and women's rugby songs / Elizabeth E.
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In this way cultural conditioning and the historical significance of sport as a male preserve are ignored Messner M.
Sport and male domination: The female athlete as contested ideological terrain. Theberge N. Toward a feminist alternative to sport as a male preserve. Quest.
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