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2/9 3 waves of feminism o 1848 Seneca Falls, NY there was a convention of women demanding the right to vote and also brought awareness to prohibition laws o 1919 the 19 Amendment called for the right for females to vote o ^ first wave of feminism o Equal pay Act 1963 o Feminine Mystique o Title VII: women should be involved in sports in equal numbers. This was under the Civil Rights Act. o Reproductive Rights o ^second wave of feminism o 1 and 2 nd wave were made up of white women in the middle class o 80’s and 90’s involved other women started to break the mold. o Unilateral movement (ALL people) o Involved women of color, gays, lesbian, etc. o Encouraged men to be feminists o ^third wave of feminism Types of Feminism o Liberal Feminism/ Egalitarianism N.O.W- national organization of women The most conservative form (1 and 2 nd wave) They try and work with men and work within the structure that we already have in our society Right to choose and affirmative action will solve all the issues o Socialist Feminism Concerned with class and gender o Marxist Feminism Work and economy is their focus All oppression stems from work Some times can be radical o Radical Feminism Centered on notions to remove sexual violence Every society has oppressed individuals Masculine power and privilege o Third Wave Feminism Calls for the end of ALL oppression Involves women of color Post-Modernization o Accepts social construction of knowledge and attempts to break down and rebuild it. o Multiple truths and realities Backlash o Women becoming more like men therefore, there are more criminals o Date rape is said to not be a problem 2/11 Qualitative Methods: (lived experiences) this method can involve interviews Epistemologies: the study of knowing o Empiricism: quantitative research (scientific method has value) o Standpoint and theory research: what we as interviewers is our standpoint and how it effects our interactions o Post modern approach: multiple truths; builds perspectives to create a collective work
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