Feminism and society: Sexual revolution, Matriarchy, Radical feminism, Judith Reisman, Anti-Rape Movement, Feminist views on prostitution

 
9781157470304: Feminism and society: Sexual revolution, Matriarchy, Radical feminism, Judith Reisman, Anti-Rape Movement, Feminist views on prostitution
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: Sexual revolution, Matriarchy, Radical feminism, Judith Reisman, Anti-Rape Movement, Feminist views on prostitution, Feminist views on pornography, Feminist effects on society, Patriarchy, Androcentrism, Feminist anthropology, Gender mainstreaming, Equal power relationship, Female Public Intellectuals, Free to Be... You and Me, Aristotle's views on women, Protective laws, Cultural feminism, Standpoint feminism, Feminist geography, Hawksian woman, State feminism, Feminism in international relations, List of matrilineal or matrilocal societies, Landscape mythology, Barefoot and pregnant, Feminists Against Censorship, When Women Rule the World, Manushi, Kyriarchy, Breasts Not Bombs, Gynocentrism. Excerpt: A matriarchy is a society in which females, especially mothers, have the central roles of political leadership and moral authority. It is also sometimes called a gynocratic or gynocentric society. There are no known societies that are unambiguously matriarchal, although there are attested matrilinear, matrilocal, and avunculocal societies, especially among indigenous peoples of Asia and Africa, such as those of the Minangkabau, E De (Rhade), Mosuo, Berbers and Tuareg and, in Europe, e.g. Sardinian people. Strongly matrilocal societies sometimes are referred to as matrifocal, and there is some debate concerning the terminological delineation between matrifocality and matriarchy. Even in patriarchical systems of male-preference primogeniture, there may occasionally be queens regnant, as in the case of Elizabeth I of England. In 19th century Western scholarship, the hypothesis of matriarchy representing an early stage of human development-now mostly lost in prehistory, with the exception of some "primitive" societies-enjoyed popularity. The hypothesis survived into the 20th century and was notably advanced in the context...

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