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SLCC Student Newspapers 2021-08-31
The Globe, August 31, 2021, Online Edition. Written by Valene Peratrovich and Tori Hunter.
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2022 - Feminism - Oral Presentation
There are three main strands within the feminist movement. Namely, radical feminism, liberal feminism, and socialist feminism. The present research focuses on those main strands and how they interact with one another to accomplish a common goal: the termination of sexist oppression implemented by the patriarchy. The relationship between feminism and the established ideology of liberalism is also used to explain the similarities and differences between liberal feminists, radical feminists, and socialist feminists. These similarities and rival tendencies are further analyzed to indicate the benefits and challenges of the political application of feminism as a whole. More specifically, this work will examine the differing perception of politics that each strand holds to explain the rival tendencies that prevent unanimity among feminists. Additionally, this work will scrutinize the core themes of feminism (i.e. the private/public divide, the patriarchy, sex and gender, and equality and difference) to explain rival tendencies within the feminist ideology. And most importantly, this work will explore gender and its use as a social cleavage to define, arguably, the most prominent rival tendency: the definition of politics in private and public spheres (e.g. family roles and relations, versus employment opportunities). This is a video of the presentation, "Feminism" given at the 2022 Undergraduate Projects & Research Conference at Salt Lake Community College. The presenter: Sol Vargas-Carrillo. The video can be accessed via YouTube here: https://youtu.be/Ua3TPzcS8O4
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