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Feminism, culture and embodied practice

Carolyn Pedwell

Feminism, culture and embodied practice

the rhetorics of comparison

by Carolyn Pedwell

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Feminism -- Cross-cultural studies,
  • Women -- Cross-cultural studies,
  • Feminist theory -- Cross-cultural studies

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Carolyn Pedwell.
    GenreCross-cultural studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1155 .P43 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23872398M
    ISBN 109780415497909
    LC Control Number2009045751

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    Abstract. Within both feminist theory and popular culture, establishing similarities between embodied practices rooted in different cultural and geo-political contexts (e.g. ‘African’ female genital cutting and ‘Western’ cosmetic surgery) has become increasingly common as a means of countering cultural essentialism, ethnocentrism and racism.\ud \ud Feminism, Culture and Author: Carolyn Pedwell.   Her research into anti-feminism and popular culture provides readers with a strong insight into the ‘vibrant yet fragmented’ nature of feminism today and with hope about its future. In this sense, another triumph of Griffin's book is its resistance to normative understandings of social media as being a place for narcissistic : Amelia Morris.


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Book Description. Within both feminist theory and popular culture, establishing similarities between embodied practices rooted in different cultural and geo-political contexts (e.g. ‘African’ female genital cutting and ‘Western’ cosmetic surgery) has become increasingly common as a means of countering cultural essentialism, ethnocentrism and racism.

Feminism, Culture and Embodied Practice examines how Feminism cultural comparisons of embodied practices function as a rhetorical device – with particular theoretical, social and political effects - in a range of contemporary feminist texts.

It asks: Why and how are cross-cultural links among these practices drawn by feminist theorists and Format: Paperback. EBook; Book; Online Published London ; New York: Routledge, Language English Series Transformations, Thinking Through Feminism Transformations ISBN (hbk.), (hbk.) Contents.

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Using the pairs genital cutting – western body modifications and veiling – western beauty practices Pedwell re-examines the theoretical assumptions.

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Weaving relational webs: Theorizing cultural difference and embodied practice. In this insightful book, Carolyn Pedwell argues that the rhetorics which feminist scholars use to discuss and compare cultural embodied practices often risk reifying and masking the very power dynamics and essentialism they seek to disrupt.

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Embodied Practices offers a critical appraisal of the recent body revival', drawing upon insights from contemporary feminist theories on gender and power to explore the subject.

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Second-wave feminism is a feminist movement beginning in the early s and continuing to the present; as such, it coexists with third-wave feminism.

Second-wave feminism is largely concerned with issues of equality beyond suffrage, such as ending gender discrimination. This book is concerned with feminism's already-there and explores how these resources can be accessed, preserved and cared for through practices of selection, organisation and transmission.

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The body revival seems to be less an attempt to re-embody masculinist science than just another expression of the same condition which evoked the feminist critique in the first place: a flight from femininity and everything that is associated with it in western culture.

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