Picking Up Good Ideas For Ethnographic Essay Topics Looking for ideas in your local area. To help you think of ideas, it can be useful to look around in your local area at groups of people that might be interesting to study.
This new focus on paying particular attention to the disparities of power between anthropologist and subject was then supposed to lead to greater impact in ethnographic writing that could be directly relevant to burgeoning social movements, new public policies or education, and to activism overall (Aggarwal 2000; Lamphere 2016).Although I agree that this new type of activist feminist.
Digital Feminist Activism Girls and Women Fight Back Against Rape Culture Kaitlynn Mendes, Jessica Ringrose, and Jessalynn Keller Oxford Studies in Digital Politics. Draws on a wide range of empirical data, including over 800 pieces of digital data and interviews with hard-to-access groups.
Public Perception of Feminist Performance Activism In examinations of women’s art and activism, researchers claim that the results of these activist groups' performances are almost always challenging the cultural assumptions about genders.
Feminist Theory Feminist Theory Introduction Feminist theory refers to the extension of feminism into the philosophical or theoretical discourse, and aims at understanding the nature of gender inequality. The theory examines the role of women, their experiences, feminist politics and interests. The theory encompasses the outgrowth of the general movement in empowering women worldwide.
Introduction. Feminist theory has been foundational to the establishment and development of film studies as a discipline. Although it often gets reduced to key theoretical—primarily psychoanalytic—analyses of spectatorship from the 1970s and 1980s, it has always been and continues to be a dynamic area with many objects of focus and diverse methodological practices.
Underscores the role of globalization, nationalism, and state formation in relation to feminist theorizing, activism, and labor across the Global South. In an attempt to understand the salience of inequalities, the course interrogates the continuation of feminist critique that is attentive to the war on terror, neocolonialism, and empire.
Speak Out uses music, photos, text and interviews to document feminist activism among first-year students in an Introduction to Women’s Studies course at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine. Going behind the scenes presented, the essay also reflects on the challenges of teaching Women’s Studies and confronting masculinism, and.