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Identity and Popular Culture 3

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Department
Popular Culture
Course
PCUL 1F92
Professor
Scott Henderson
Semester
Winter

Description
PCUL1F92 Section 1 Thursday January1911High Culture ArtMass Culture Popular CultureFemininityMasculinityArea of ProductionConsumptionMen are producersWorkLeisureActive behaviourPassive behaviourIntellectEmotionActivityPassivitySubjects have agencyObjectsdontWritingReadingMass culture aligned negatively with fear of being too feminineGenderIs gender an absoluteAre all men the sameAre all women the sameWe hopefully know theyre not a monolithic oneway categoryThird Wave FeminismFirst waveolder movements for voting rights etcSuffragette movementSecond wavethe more radical feminism of the 60s and onwardsoReproductive rights discourses etcThird WaveAvoids universal definitions of womanoAllows greater room for subjectivity and agencyThird WaveAllows for diverse voicesImage of Riot Girlgroup of early 90s female musicians that recognized women were marginalized in the punk scene About having a space to represent all womens experiencesBecomes about employing styles and structures that potentially allow for thisThis space could include someone wanting to become Madonna
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