Globalisation and Gender. Structures and Objectives of the Lecture. Understand how processes of social and economic change are impacting on how we define Masculinity and Femininity To analyse the changing political economy of reproduction of reproduction and production (to link these processes).
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Section Two: Reconstruction of Reproductive Economy
Section Three: ‘Productive Economy’
The Second Sex Simone de Beauvoir
Beauviour argues that throughout history women constructed as deviant other
it means to be male
when I was Frank
White (who also made
a big impression on
(1) Always been gendered (dark side)
(2) More problematic now because it retains value as a regulatory ideal but it is a ideal without material supports