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by Carolyn F. Graglia

eBook Housewife as Pariah: Contemporary Feminism's War on the Family (John M.Olin Programme on Politics, Morality  Citizenship) download ISBN: 0718714458
Author: Carolyn F. Graglia
Publisher: University of London,Institute of United States Studies (June 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 104
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Category: Political
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Marxist Feminism – Solutions to Gender Inequalities within the family. In contemporary patriarchies the male’s priority has recently been modified through the granting of divorce protection, citizenship, and property to women. Their chattel status continues in their loss of name, their obligation to adopt the husband’s domicile, and the general legal assumption that marriage involves an exchange of the female’s domestic service and (sexual) consortium in return for financial support.

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Home and traditional family values are no longer accepted answers to the questions . Dissolving the Family I stopped reading a son as I got to the phrase abandoned housewife. 70% of divorces are initiated by women.

Home and traditional family values are no longer accepted answers to the questions, Who am I? and, What am I here for? The preeminent purpose for some women have become their careers, and they decided against the value of home and family. Dissolving the Family. Betty Friedan, founder of NOW, referred to traditional family life as a comfortable concentration camp from which women needed liberation. I stopped reading a son as I got to the phrase abandoned housewife. The phrase abandoned housewife wrongly impress that it is the men that are leaving. Abandoned fathers would be more accurate.

Unlike the first wave, second-wave feminism provoked extensive theoretical discussion about the origins of women’s .

Unlike the first wave, second-wave feminism provoked extensive theoretical discussion about the origins of women’s oppression, the nature of gender, and the role of the family. Kate Millett ’s Sexual Politics made the best-seller list in 1970, and in it she broadened the term politics to include all power-structured relationships and posited that the personal was actually political. While most could agree on the questions that needed to be asked about the origins of gender distinctions, the nature of power, or the roots of sexual violence, the answers to those questions were bogged down by ideological hairsplitting, name-calling, and mutual recrimination.

When Americans refer to traditional family values and dynamics, they commonly extol the virtues of lifelong marriage with children. Consequences of childlessness on the well-being of older women. Journal of Gerontology, 37, 243–250. Bell, J. & Eisenberg, N. (1985).

Sandel considers the role of moral argument in politics Related programmes.

Sandel considers the role of moral argument in politics. He believes that it is often not possible for government to be neutral on moral questions and calls for a more engaged civic debate about issues such as commercial surrogacy and same-sex marriage. Last on. Sat 20 Jun 2009 22:15. United Thoughts & Counsels-The Reith Lectures, Douglas Wass: Government and the Governed: 1983. This episode is related to Political philosophy.