Why do feminists disagree about how to overcome women’s subordination? Liberal and radical feminism.
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Though ‘feminists’ have differences of opinion, they all believe society is male dominated and seek to change this. As such, feminism is a political movement and a sociological theory. As a modern theory, feminism’s origins can be traced back to the enlightenment, which sought to promote ideals such as equality, and the idea that, through human reason, a better society can be created. For a feminist, the principles of the enlightenment should apply to women as well as men, and its goals should include gender equality.
This A-Level Sociology video explores concepts such as Liberal feminism, Radical feminism, patriarchy, consensus view of society.
Radical feminists argue there are areas - spheres - where men dominate women. What are those spheres?
It's a socially constructed category, meaning it is created by society through social processes like socialisation and reinforced in social institutions like education and family. Which of below is this referring to?
What does 'patriarchy' mean by definition?
Critics of liberal feminists state laws have not made women equal to men. Which law do you think would support this claim?
Radical feminists believe equality will happen by...?
Please select 2 correct answers
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