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Class Notes for POLS20011 at University of Melbourne

The Politics of Sex

POLS20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Betty Friedan, Rebecca Walker, Second-Wave Feminism

FEMINIST THEORY AND SEXUALITY What do the different kinds of feminisms have to say? First Wave Feminism http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=HXbJpW9AHk (BBC, 2011 8min) Transpiring in the late 19th and early 20th century Primarily...

Political Science
POLS20011
Lauren Rosewarne
POLS20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sheila Jeffreys, Misogyny

WOMENS BODIES IN POLITICS: FASHION AND BEAUTY Why do feminists care about fashion and the beauty industry? What do feminists have to say about fashion and beauty? What stereotypes exist? What have the feminisms had have to...

Political Science
POLS20011
Lauren Rosewarne
POLS20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mifepristone, Second-Wave Feminism, Fetus

WOMENS BODIES IN POLITICS: THE POLITICS OF REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES Key Questions: 1. Why has reproduction been so central to feminist activism for so long? 2. How is reproduction political? Abortion is a class issue one...

Political Science
POLS20011
Lauren Rosewarne
POLS20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Radical Feminism, Sheila Jeffreys, Kate Millett

INTRODUCTION TO SEX AND GENDER Course Themes: Feminisms Gender Sexuality Debates The Body Assessment 810 Tutorial Attendance Essays If you want to devise your own question, approach Dr Rosewarne about developing a qu...

Political Science
POLS20011
Lauren Rosewarne
POLS20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Erectile Dysfunction, Havelock Ellis, Paraphilia

SEXOLOGY AND THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION Important Terms: Feminism is divided into different branches: 1. First Wave a. 19th and 20th century: US and UK b. Central concerns: marriage, parenting, voting, property rights 2. Second...

Political Science
POLS20011
Lauren Rosewarne
POLS20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ejaculation, Catharine Mackinnon, Oxymoron

PORNOGRAPHY Pornthemed Essay Questions (already on the LMS) Is pornography harmful? Can a feminist case be made for pornography? Is feminist pornography an oxymoron? To what extent has pornofraphy changed the definitio...

Political Science
POLS20011
Lauren Rosewarne
POLS20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Adrienne Rich, Political Lesbianism, Androcentrism

LESBIAN FEMINIST THEORY Key Questions: 1. The politicisation of a sexuality 2. Key arguments of lesbian Lesbian feminism wasis an active political movement emerging in the late 1960s and most influential in the 1970s and t...

Political Science
POLS20011
Lauren Rosewarne
POLS20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Intersectionality, Bell Hooks, Black Feminism

INDIGENOUS, ETHNIC MINORITY AND BLACK FEMINIST POLITICS Key Questions: 1. Is feminism broad enough to include all women? Has it always included all women? 2. Why did (some) black women leave Black Feminism: Introduction Th...

Political Science
POLS20011
Lauren Rosewarne
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Multilateral Treaty, European Economic Community, Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM International Law APPLICATIONS TREATIES ...

Commerce
COMM 404
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Liberal Democracy, Illiberal Democracy, Representative Democracy

Political Science2 Political Science3 permacharts TM WHAT IS POL...

Political Science
POLC42H3
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