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Feminism

Edexcel Government & Politics A2: 4B - Further Ideological Tradtions
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David Rawlings

on 16 July 2014

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Transcript of Feminism

What are the core values of Feminism?
FEMINISM
K: Core principles of feminism;
U: How to explain principles using specific examples;
S: AO1 - Knowledge, AO2 - Analysis, 15 mark questions.
Learning Liberation
C: Can describe feminist principles;
B: Demonstrate a keen understand of feminist principles, explaining with use of specific examples;
A: Full and complete understanding of principles and ability to differentiate between them.
C
A
B
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Core principles of Feminism:
iberation
quality
ender
therness
atriarchy
Can we match up the cards?
Should women by equal to men?
No
Yes
What am I?
I am a core principle of feminism.
I am based on the belief that women's roles are a cultural construct.
Both men and women are responsible for me.
I was developed by feminist Simone de Beauvoir
I am based on the idea that women are treated as subservient to men.
What do feminists mean by the term patriarchy?
[15 marks]
Re-sort this answer.
MAGPIE TASK
What would you take from the answer?
Types of Feminism:
Liberal feminism
Radical/Militant feminism
Marxist feminism
Postmodern feminism
Lesbian feminism
Ecofeminism
Postfeminism
What are the issues in Feminism?
K: Key issues of feminism;
U: Range of interpretations of Feminist issues;
S: AO1 - Knowledge, AO2 - Analysis & Synoptic, 45 mark questions.
Learning Liberation
C: Can describe issues in feminism;
B: Demonstrate a keen understand of feminist issues explaining with use of a range of interpretations;
A: Full and complete understanding of types of feminism and issues they raise. Excellent ability to evaluate the strengths of a range of interpretations.
C
A
B
What sort of feminist am I?
Mary Wollstonecraft
Equal rights
Education
Legal independence
Betty Friedan
Gender as a social construct
Patriarchy
Sexism
Reforms within existing social structure
Germaine Greer
Male-dominated sexual relations are bad
Liberation from exploitative relationships with men
'the personal is the political'
Avoid enslavement of an exclusive relationship
Shulamith Firestone
Quasi-Marxist view - women are the oppressed sex
Reproduction without men
All-female communities without men
Sort the feminist beliefs into Liberal, Radical or Conservative.
What issues exist in Feminism?
1. Liberal vs Radical
2. Why are sex and gender so important?
3. Can a conservative be a feminist?
4. Are we postfeminist or postmodern feminist?
K: Core principles of feminism;
U: How to explain principles using specific examples;
S: AO1 - Knowledge, AO2 - Analysis, 15 mark questions.
Learning Liberation
C: Can describe feminist principles;
B: Demonstrate a keen understand of feminist principles, explaining with use of specific examples;
A: Full and complete understanding of principles and ability to differentiate between them.
C
A
B
What forms of Feminism exist?
Biology is not destiny.
No
Yes
Men will always exploit women.
No
Yes
Politics shouldn't interfere in personal life.
No
Yes
Feminism has achieved its aims.
No
Yes
A conservative cannot be a feminist.
No
Yes
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