2 edition of Towards a sociology of feminist research in Canada found in the catalog.
Towards a sociology of feminist research in Canada
1977 by Group for Research on Women, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in Toronto .
Written in English
|Statement||by Margrit Eichler.|
|Series||GROW paper -- no. 6|
|LC Classifications||HQ1457 .E53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 leaves. --|
|Number of Pages||60|
The outcome of looking at things in a new perspective can produce new information. Provided by: Boundless. The feminine mystique. Radical feminism, in particularevaluates the role of the patriarchy in perpetuating male dominance. There can be a refashioning of the field, where extending boundaries to include queer theory would "develop new and innovative theoretical approaches to research
Good feminist social science is simply good social science, it is no more or less than good practice. Occupational violence and taxi drivers: A suitable job for a woman? Hartstock, Nancy Feminism in China[ edit ] Main article: Feminism in China This section needs additional citations to secondary or tertiary sources such as review articles, monographs, or textbooks. Would I then be labelling their experiences for them? I therefore feel a higher number of participants gave a response to the question "have you ever experienced sexual harassment at work?
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. While the Equal Pay Act focused solely on equal pay for equal work regardless of sex, the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act was passed in a fight against discrimination of any kind in the workplace. Breaking out again. Jessie BERNARD questioned why research is conducted in certain fields of study but not others and how objectives, methodological and ideological stances are determined, and concluded that they all mirror maleness. Scholars of institutionalism, for all their vital contributions to the social sciences, have given short shrift to inequality. Christine de Pizana late medieval writer, was possibly the earliest feminist in the western tradition.
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The politics of feminist research: between talk, text and action. Schmidt, Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration, Boston University, USA 'In Gender, Politics and Institutions, a group of international and internationally recognized scholars of gender and politics examines how political institutions function to create, sustain, structure, undermine and transform inequalities of political power between women and men.
They found that nine out of ten women police officers had experienced sexual harassment at work, and that one in ten had considered resigning from the police force due to this harassment. It offers major insights into the 'gendering' of institutions, with essays by top scholars on a wide range of issues, from government structures to electoral politics, family organization to welfare provision.
Science, gender, and women's liberation: An argument against postmodernism. It is hence clearly not acceptable for researchers to further oppress women in the name of academic research. In the patriarchal society, the struggle for women's emancipation means to enact laws that guarantee women's full equality of race, sex, property and freedom of marriage.
It is this questioning of knowledge that forms the basis for feminist epistemological issues. A question of evidence? The volume's scope of institutional analysis is matched by the range of country cases it employs, making it a powerful contribution to comparative politics research.
While the Equal Pay Act focused solely on equal pay for equal work regardless of sex, the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act was passed in a fight against discrimination of any kind in the workplace. Passionate scholarship: notes on values, knowing and method in feminist social sciences.
It must necessarily follow that the noblest of them will, sooner or later, put forth a moral power which shall prostrate cant [hypocracy], and burst asunder the bonds silken to some but cold iron to others of feudal prejudice and usages.
Feminism is primarily a movement for social change and only by delving deeper than the surface can we find out not only what needs to be changed, but also how it can be changed. Scholars of institutionalism, for all their vital contributions to the social sciences, have given short shrift to inequality.
Haraway, Donna They also allow us to validate to some degree what we have found in related quantitative research. Semi and unstructured interviews are methods widely used in feminist research as they are claimed to "convey a deeper feeling for or more emotional closeness to the persons studied" JAYARATNEp.
Without this unnecessary opposition the usefulness of mixed method research can be realised and feminist perspectives on research can be acknowledged simply as "good" research.
Feminist theory uses the conflict approach to examine the reinforcement of gender roles and inequalities. Hunt, Audrey The book provides a careful elucidation of elements of institutional analysis and institutionalist theory. Full Text Explain gender stratification from the feminist perspective Key Takeaways Gender stratification occurs when gender differences give men greater privilege and power over women, transgender and gender-non-conforming people.
She argues that this perspective "examines how and why knowledge is not produced, is obliterated, or is not incorporated into a canon" p.
Feminist Review, 12, Mies, Maria London: Home Office. Gender-neutral language is sometimes described as non-sexist language by advocates and politically correct language by opponents. Doing feminist research.Are There Feminist Research Methods? Abstract Over the last several decades, feminist scholars have become increasingly more reflective with regard to the research process.
Addressing the issue of what makes a particular piece of research specifically ‘feminist,’ they find that it. Feminist methodology seeks to assess knowledge-generating strategies in terms of their suitability for feminist research. Feminist methodology is not to be identified with any particular object of study or specific set of theories, doctrines or knowledge claims.
This type of research is an inquiry that seeks knowledge for emancipation and which.
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To conclude, and in acknowledgement of discussion about other research methods, I support the stance taken by KELLY, REGAN and BURTON () when they argue "what makes feminist research feminist is less the method used, and more how it is used and what it is used for" (p). In this article, I show how my research on the postpartum depression self-help movement illustrates five features of feminist methodology: a gender perspective, accentuation of women's experiences, reflexivity, participatory methods, and social hildebrandsguld.com by: this comprehensive volume provides a broad sample of contemporary British feminist work on women and health.
It spans the disciplines of psychology, sociology, social policy, social anthropology and economics, and demonstrates the development of feminist theorizing and activism in these areas over the past decade.