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by Michelle Fine

eBook Disruptive Voices: The Possibilities of Feminist Research (Critical Perspectives On Women And Gender) download ISBN: 0472064657
Author: Michelle Fine
Publisher: University of Michigan Press (July 9, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 280
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Category: Medics
Subcategory: Psychology

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In drawing these alternative methodologies from the actual experiences of women's lives, Fine imagines "what could be" for girls and women across lines of race, class, sexualities, and disabilities

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Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. Fine, . & Gordon, S. (1991). Unpublished Report of the Committee on Women to the SCRA Executive Committee. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Foundation Books. Wallston, . & Grady, K. (1985). In V. O'Leary, R. Unger, & B. Wallston (Ed., Women, gender and social psychology.

ISBN13:9780472064656. Release Date:July 1992.

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University of Michigan Press, 1992. Disability beyond stigma: Social interaction, discrimination, and activism. Beyond silenced voices: Class, race, and gender in United States schools. Becoming gentlemen: Women's experiences at one Ivy League law school. L Guinier, M Fine, J Balin.

Michelle Fine is a Distinguished Professor of Social Psychology and Women’s Studies and . Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.

Michelle Fine is a Distinguished Professor of Social Psychology and Women’s Studies and Urban Education at the Graduate Center, CUNY. She is well known for her work with adolescent girls, youth sexuality, and social justice. Some of the groups Fine has collaborated with include women prisoners and marginalized youth. As an educator, Fine also creates a space to teach that is very participatory.

Boca Raton, FL 33432. This article examines leadership excellence and gender through critical and feminist. 1. A Critical Feminist Perspective on Leadership Excellence and Gender. Postmodernism rejects the possibility of universal truth, claims there are multiple ways of. knowing and multiple sources of knowledge, and argues against privileging any source(s) of. knowledge.

Gender critical feminism. Feminism is the movement to liberate women from patriarchy. We stand up for the rights of women to control our own bodies as individuals and to control women-only spaces as a class. Women are adult human females. We do not believe that men can become women by 'feeling' like women. We do not condone the erasure of females and female-only spaces, the silencing of critical thinking, the denial of biological reality and of sex-based oppression.

Disruptive Voices: The Possibilities of Feminist Research charts the beginnings of a creative solution to emerging and hotly contested issues in feminist scholarship and feminist philosophy of science. In a range of powerful essays including “Sexuality, Schooling, and Adolescent Females: The Missing Discourse of Desire,” “Coping with Rape,” and “Beyond Pedestals: Revisiting the Lives of Women with Disabilities,” Michelle Fine probes the politics of research methods such as interviews and ethnography and examines issues such as the relationship between researchers and their subjects, the intimacies and betrayals of data collection, the politics of interpretation, and the serious dilemmas of public representation of re.   Moving beyond the feminist critique of traditional scientific method and epistemology, Fine identifies new research methods that, while still empirical, have the potential to disrupt and transform conventional practices. In drawing these alternative methodologies from the actual experiences of women’s lives, Fine imagines “what could be” for girls and women across lines of race, class, sexualities, and disabilities. As an introduction to the kinds of methodological, theoretical, and political possibilities that can be opened up by feminist scholarship, Disruptive Voices will appeal to a wide range of scholars and students across the disciplines.