The Resource Micro-politics : agency in a postfeminist era, Patricia S. Mann

Micro-politics : agency in a postfeminist era, Patricia S. Mann

Label
Micro-politics : agency in a postfeminist era
Title
Micro-politics
Title remainder
agency in a postfeminist era
Statement of responsibility
Patricia S. Mann
Title variation
Micropolitics : agency in a postfeminist era
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Mann, Patricia S
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1190
LC item number
.M35 1994
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Feminist theory
  • Social sciences
  • Gender identity
  • Postmodernism
Label
Micro-politics : agency in a postfeminist era, Patricia S. Mann
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-244) and index
Contents
i. Origins of This Postmodern, Postfeminist Project. ii. Why a Theory of Agency? iii. Toward a Definition of Agency. iv. Putting a Theory of Gendered Agency to Work. v. Historicizing This Theory of Individual Agency. vi. On the Ultra-Social Status of Postfeminist Theory. vii. Renegotiating Agency: Seizing the Micro-Political Moment. viii. Summary Thoughts -- 1. Love and Injustice in Families. i. Toward a Dynamic Conception of the Private Sphere. ii. Equality and Rights within Liberal Families? iii. Marxism and Material Relations of Power in the Family. iv. "Women and Children and Slaves," said Plato. v. Aristotle and Patriarchal Benefactors. vi. Surd Behavior and Problems of Familial Identity. vii. Acting beyond Unjust Identities -- 2. Glancing at Pornography: Recognizing Men. i. The Feminist Debate over Pornography. ii. An Interactive Model of Sexual Agency. iii. Freudian Stories, Worldly Mothers, Gendered Disengagement, and Pornography. iv. Jacques Lacan and Women's Desires for Recognition -- Vital Feminist Glances: Painting Ourselves into the Picture -- 3. Cyborgean Motherhood and Abortion. i. Interpersonal Agency: Rethinking Our Paradigms of Action. ii. Foundations of the Abortion Controversy. iii. Traditional Maternal Narratives Compromise Abortion Justifications. iv. Carol Gilligan: Rethinking Gendered Categories of Moral Agency. v. A Cyborgean Theory of Procreative Agency. vi. The Interpersonal Agency of Cyborgean Parents. vii. Postfeminism and the Waning of a Material Identity -- 4. A Genealogy of Individualism. i. A Gendered Genealogy. ii. Reenacting Individualism after a Second Unmooring. iii. Public Dimensions of Liberal Agency. iv. The Incorporated Male Family Self. v. Familial Unmooring: Individuals Reengaging. vi. Beyond Liberal Notions of Agency -- 5. Agency and Politics in a Postfeminist Decade. i. Toward An Embodied Micro-Politics. ii. An Intersectional Analysis of Military Mothers. iii. When Anita Hill Went to Washington: Passions Are Political -- The Micro-Politics of Sexual Harassment. v. On Trial: The Patriarchal Grammar of Sexual Desire. vi. Becoming Civil about Sex. vii. An Ultra-Social Agency -- Epilogue: Engaging on a Postfeminist Frontier
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
ix, 253 p.
Isbn
9780816620487
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
93028965
System control number
  • 1083166-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)1083166
  • (Sirsi) o28631225
  • (OCoLC)28631225
Label
Micro-politics : agency in a postfeminist era, Patricia S. Mann
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-244) and index
Contents
i. Origins of This Postmodern, Postfeminist Project. ii. Why a Theory of Agency? iii. Toward a Definition of Agency. iv. Putting a Theory of Gendered Agency to Work. v. Historicizing This Theory of Individual Agency. vi. On the Ultra-Social Status of Postfeminist Theory. vii. Renegotiating Agency: Seizing the Micro-Political Moment. viii. Summary Thoughts -- 1. Love and Injustice in Families. i. Toward a Dynamic Conception of the Private Sphere. ii. Equality and Rights within Liberal Families? iii. Marxism and Material Relations of Power in the Family. iv. "Women and Children and Slaves," said Plato. v. Aristotle and Patriarchal Benefactors. vi. Surd Behavior and Problems of Familial Identity. vii. Acting beyond Unjust Identities -- 2. Glancing at Pornography: Recognizing Men. i. The Feminist Debate over Pornography. ii. An Interactive Model of Sexual Agency. iii. Freudian Stories, Worldly Mothers, Gendered Disengagement, and Pornography. iv. Jacques Lacan and Women's Desires for Recognition -- Vital Feminist Glances: Painting Ourselves into the Picture -- 3. Cyborgean Motherhood and Abortion. i. Interpersonal Agency: Rethinking Our Paradigms of Action. ii. Foundations of the Abortion Controversy. iii. Traditional Maternal Narratives Compromise Abortion Justifications. iv. Carol Gilligan: Rethinking Gendered Categories of Moral Agency. v. A Cyborgean Theory of Procreative Agency. vi. The Interpersonal Agency of Cyborgean Parents. vii. Postfeminism and the Waning of a Material Identity -- 4. A Genealogy of Individualism. i. A Gendered Genealogy. ii. Reenacting Individualism after a Second Unmooring. iii. Public Dimensions of Liberal Agency. iv. The Incorporated Male Family Self. v. Familial Unmooring: Individuals Reengaging. vi. Beyond Liberal Notions of Agency -- 5. Agency and Politics in a Postfeminist Decade. i. Toward An Embodied Micro-Politics. ii. An Intersectional Analysis of Military Mothers. iii. When Anita Hill Went to Washington: Passions Are Political -- The Micro-Politics of Sexual Harassment. v. On Trial: The Patriarchal Grammar of Sexual Desire. vi. Becoming Civil about Sex. vii. An Ultra-Social Agency -- Epilogue: Engaging on a Postfeminist Frontier
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
ix, 253 p.
Isbn
9780816620487
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
93028965
System control number
  • 1083166-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)1083166
  • (Sirsi) o28631225
  • (OCoLC)28631225

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