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Lesson four- Feminism

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Rose Worsley

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FEMINISM
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Objectives
FEMINISM
Feminism is a
conflict
theory which focuses on the relationship between men and women, and the inequality between them.

Feminist theorist argue that sociology is
"malestream"
, meaning it is dominated by men and does not pay enough attention to the issues faced by women or the inequality between men and women.

Feminist thought has developed as a result of this malesteam sociology and could be divided into three main approuches:
liberal, radical
and
marxist
SEX & GENDER
One piece of key Feminist thinking is the difference between sex and gender. This is a concept developed by Ann Oakley (1974) and she calls this
gender role socialisation.

Sex refers to the biological differences between men and women, for example sexual organs.

Gender refers to the expectations that society places on males and females. As gender differences are the result of society's expectations they are often described as being socially constructed, rather than being biologically determined.

Feminism argues that society has decided masculine and feminine traits that each person follows depending on their sex.
Patriarchy
The main idea of Feminist thinkers is that society is dominated by men and that women are disadvantaged.

The term partiarchal society is often used by Feminist thinkers to describe the unequal balance of power between men and women. They argue that society has been dominated by


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GET
CREATIVE
Give some example of what would be considered Masculine and Feminine traits.
In other words- how do we expect men and women to act? What roles should they fulfill?
Unit 10
Be able to define key Feminist terminology

Explain the difference between sex and gender

Discuss the Feminist approuch to health
Patriarchy= controlled by males

Matriarchy= controlled by females
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