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Linda Kerber and Jane De Hart (eds.), Women’s America: Refocusing the Past. (2000)
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“The Social and Cultural Context of Child Soldiering in Sierra Leone”“The Social and Cultural Context of Child Soldiering in Sierra Leone”
Violence also includes assaults on the personhood, dignity, sense of worth or value of the victim. The social and cultural dimensions of violence are what gives violence its power and meaning”
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Who Has Balls? A socio-scientific, Queer, Feminist Reading of Matthew 19: 1-12Who Has Balls? A socio-scientific, Queer, Feminist Reading of Matthew 19: 1-12
The first is the traditional form maintained by the patriarchal system represented by the Pharisees. The other is counter cultural form that Jesus proposes to his disciples
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Of the requirements for the degree ofOf the requirements for the degree of
Japanese. Finally, Study 5 demonstrates an absence of dissonance reduction and self-affirmational tendencies among Japanese. The results of the 5 studies are discussed within the context of the role of positive vs negative self-feelings in
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7 Japanese Self-Criticism Beyond Self-Presentation: Evidence for Self-Criticism Among Japanese7 Japanese Self-Criticism Beyond Self-Presentation: Evidence for Self-Criticism Among Japanese
Canadians were reluctant to conclude that they had performed worse than their average classmate, Japanese were hesitant to conclude that they had performed better
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Chapter 6 The Engorgement of Evil: The Holocaust from War Crime to Trauma Drama byChapter 6 The Engorgement of Evil: The Holocaust from War Crime to Trauma Drama by
If we bear this suffering, and if there are still Jews left, when it is over, then Jews, instead of being doomed, will be held up as an example
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Self-Enhancement in Japan? A reply to Brown and KobayashiSelf-Enhancement in Japan? A reply to Brown and Kobayashi
North Americans, Japanese self-enhance more for important traits, and Japanese enhance their groups. An evaluation of each of these four hypotheses with respect to all of the relevant empirical evidence reveals that they are all poorly
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Guide to sources consultedGuide to sources consulted
University Press, 1997 and Amrita Basu, ed., The Challenge of Local Feminisms: Women's Movements in Global Perspective
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Karin Huebner Women’s OrganizingKarin Huebner Women’s Organizing
The history of women’s organizations in the 20th century is characterized by sharp breaks in continuity, with cultural and generational breaks occurring in the 1920s and the 1950s.” Do you agree or disagree
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Gender, social capital and political participation in the barrioGender, social capital and political participation in the barrio
Barrio, but they emerge without external leaders or resources. The barrio is a political space per se, which provides the conditions for claiming citizenship rights and for articulating a self-definition of the common good
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Collective Male Feminism, Feminism and Feminist Politics in Transitional ChinaCollective Male Feminism, Feminism and Feminist Politics in Transitional China
China’s endeavor to modernization. The trace of this ‘collective male feminism’, however, has vanished from the current reform politics which is built upon a consensus that national modernization for this time no longer needs to center around women’s status and
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Somatization vs. Psychologization of Emotional Distress: a paradigmatic Example for Cultural PsychopathologySomatization vs. Psychologization of Emotional Distress: a paradigmatic Example for Cultural Psychopathology
We close by discussing some of the contributions, both theoretical and methodological, that can be made by cross-cultural psychologists to researchers in cultural psychopathology
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Sources Consulted and Further Reading: Chapter OneSources Consulted and Further Reading: Chapter One
On international women’s movements, see Leila Rupp, Worlds of Women: The Making of An International Women’s Movement (Princeton, 1997) and Amrita Basu, The Challenge of Local Feminism [fill in]
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Anth/ws 123: The Cultural Construction of GenderAnth/ws 123: The Cultural Construction of Gender
To develop an understanding of the ways cultures assign different values and potentials to genders. We will do this through a thorough grounding in ethnography that will provide the background to examine the historical development of anthropological theories
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Registration and coffee 9: 00 – 9: 30 am Faculty LoungeRegistration and coffee 9: 00 – 9: 30 am Faculty Lounge
Foucault, Judith Butler, Lauren Berlant, Sarah Ahmed, Leigh Gilmore, and Ann Cvetkovich to analyze seven videos in this genre with an eye to how these youth articulations of trauma shed light on the failures of our neoliberal system to deal with the realities of
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