GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Research Approaches and Methodologies Study Material (Page 18 of 20)

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Women Pitched Against Power Structures and Male Prejudices: Kate Millet, Juliet Mitchell

  • Power is often a contested word and it has different meanings in social, political and feministic circles.
  • Sociologist and philosopher Max Weber defines power as the probability that one actor within a social relationship will be in a position to carry out his own will despite resistance.
  • In Justice, Gender and …

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Feminism in the Second Wave: Simone De Beauvoir, Germaine Greer


Simone De Beauvoir

  • Simone de Beauvoir published The Second Sex in 1949. She radically observed that a woman is not born but rather becomes one.
  • This served to stir women՚s imagination all over the world. She argued that so-called non-political areas of one՚s life such as family and relationships were influenced by the larger power structures of a society.
  • Her book aimed at demonstrating the constructed nature of womanhood and thereby rejecting the same. She suggested that a woman would have to overcome her biology in her quest for freedom.
  • Incidentally, this sharply contrasts with radical feminist positions that see…

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