Foucauldian feminism: the implications of governmentality

Macleod, C. and Durrheim, K. (2002) Foucauldian feminism: the implications of governmentality. Journal for The Theory of Social Behaviour, 32 (1). pp. 41-60. ISSN 0021-8308

[img]
Preview
Text
Foucauldian_Feminism_preprint.pdf

191Kb

Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1468-5914.00175

Abstract

Foucauldian discourse has been received with varying degrees of enthusiasm within feminist circles. Some authors (e.g. Balbus, 1988; Di Leonardo, 1991; Hartsock, 1990) see a Foucauldian stance as incompatible with feminist theory, while others (e.g. Grimshaw, 1993; Hoy, 1988; McNay, 1992; Sawicki, 1988) advocate a positive relationship between Foucauldian discourse and feminism. And then there are those theorists (e.g. Burman, 1990) who stand between these two positions, stating that while Foucault offers useful insights and methods to feminists, it can also be dangerous.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:This is the pre-print version of the article used with permision from Blackwell pubilshers, the definitive version is available at www.blackwell-synergy.com
Uncontrolled Keywords:Foucalt; feminism; governmentality; teenage pregnancy
Subjects:Y Unknown > Subjects to be assigned
Divisions:Faculty > Faculty of Humanities > Psychology
ID Code:765
Deposited By: tracy morison
Deposited On:29 Oct 2009
Last Modified:06 Jan 2012 16:19
682 full-text download(s) since 29 Oct 2009
393 full-text download(s) in the past 12 months
More statistics...

Repository Staff Only: item control page