Feminist Politics & Human Nature
Feminism is both an intellectual commitment and a political movement that seeks justice for women and the end of sexism in all forms. However, there are many different kinds of feminism. Feminists disagree about what sexism consists in, and what exactly ought to be done about it; they disagree about what it means to be a woman or a man and what social and political implications gender has or should have. Nonetheless, motivated by the quest for social justice, feminist inquiry provides a wide range of perspectives on social, cultural, and political phenomena. Important topics for feminist theory and politics include: the body, class and work, disability, the family, globalization, human rights, popular culture, race and racism, reproduction, science, the self, sex work, and sexuality. The fallacy on which modern feminism is based is that men have more power than women. Among mammals, the female always has more power than the male, and humans are no exception. It is true that, in all human societies, men largely control all the money, politics, and prestige. They do, because they have to, in order to impress women. Women don?t control these resources, because they don?t have to.
A K SINGH
AK Singh , having MA (sociology) and also MA degree in Political Science is a scholar and thinker teaching Political Science in different capacities and his knowledge is not confined to political science only but to other social sciences disciplines as well. He had worked on several assignment related to his field of study and participated in several seminars and symposiums.
1.Feminist Politics and Human Nature: An Introduction --Pg. 1
2. Early Feminist Thought --Pg. 23
3. Feminist Political Philosophy --Pg.53
4. Identity Politics 65
5. Mobilizing Feminists: Social Movements and Political Activism --Pg. 89
6. The Role of Women in Parties and Unions --Pg. 107
7. Feminism in Government:Advocacy and Policy Making --Pg. 137
8. The Swedish Political Opportunity Structure --Pg.173
9. Conclusion --Pg.203
Bibliography --Pg. 237
Index --Pg. 241