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Chapter 20: Socialist Pro-Feminism and Relational Social Constructionism – Connell

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Socialist Pro-Feminism and Relational Social Constructionism – Connell
Socialist pro-feminism and relational social constructionism – connell

In this chapter I will outline the particularity of Socialist pro-feminist Masculinity writings, the most prevalent academic position in Masculinity Studies. It is worth noting that this distinguishes the Masculinity subfield from contemporary Feminist and Sexuality Studies. Arguably the latter subfields have been dominated by Postmodern thinking positions since at least the mid-1990s. By contrast, Masculinity Studies has only very recently shown any acquaintance with Postmodern influences and to this point has few Postmodern adherents (Pfiel, 1995; Petersen, 1998; Pease, 2000; Martino, 2000).

Socialist Pro-Feminism, Connell and ‘Relational’ Social Constructionism

In outlining the particularity of Socialist pro-feminism I will draw upon the work of Bob (R.W.) Connell. Connell may now be seen ...

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