Feminism and affect at the scene of argument beyond the trope of the angry feminist by Barbara Tomlinson

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Published by Temple University Press in Philadelphia .

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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StatementBarbara Tomlinson
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LC ClassificationsHQ1155 .T66 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 279 p. ;
Number of Pages279
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Open LibraryOL24379609M
ISBN 101439902461, 143990247X
ISBN 109781439902462, 9781439902479
LC Control Number2009048504
OCLC/WorldCa468973642

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In Feminismand Affect at the Scene of Argument, Barbara Tomlinson addresses these questions, providing a lucid examination of the role of affect in feminist and antifeminist academic arguments.

Using case studies from controversies in socio-legal studies, musicology, and science studies, among other disciplines, Tomlinson examines the rhetorics Author: Barbara Tomlinson. Feminism and Affect at the Scene of Argument book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Are feminists really angry, unreasoning, man- /5(6). Moreover, these tools will advance feminism, which, she argues, is generated in and by arguments with allies and antagonists. In an era of debates that generate more heat than light, Feminism and Affect at the Scene of Argument offers a timely provocation for transforming the terms of reading and writing in scholarship and civic : Barbara Tomlinson.

In Feminism and Affect at the Scene of Argument, Barbara Tomlinson addresses these questions, providing a lucid examination of the role of affect in feminist and antifeminist academic arguments. Using case studies from controversies in socio-legal studies, musicology, and science studies, among other disciplines, Tomlinson examines the Author: Barbara Tomlinson.

In Feminism and Affect at the Scene of Argument, Barbara Tomlinson addresses these questions, providing a lucid examination of the role of affect in feminist and antifeminist academic arguments.

Using case studies from controversies in socio-legal studies, musicology, and science studies, among other disciplines, Tomlinson examines the. Transforming the terms of Feminism and affect at the scene of argument book ideologies of argument and the trope of the angry feminist --Ideologies of style: discursive policing and feminist intersectional argument --Anger: grammars of affect and authority --Tough babies, or anger in the superior position --Faux feminism and the rhetoric of betrayal --Intensification and the.

InFeminismand Affect at the Scene of Argument,Barbara Tomlinson addresses these questions, providing a lucid examination of the role of affect in feminist and antifeminist academic arguments.

Using case studies from controversies in socio-legal studies, musicology, and science studies, among other disciplines, Tomlinson examines the rhetorics. Acknowledgments 1.

Transforming the Terms of Reading: Ideologies of Argument and the Trope of the Angry Feminist 2. Feminism and affect at the scene of argument book Ideologies of Style: Discursive Policing and Feminist Intersectional Argument 3.

Anger: Grammars of Affect and Authority 4. Tough Babies, or Anger in the Superior Position 5. Faux Feminism and the Rhetoric of Betrayal 6. Feminism is a complex set of ideologies and theories, that at its core seeks to achieve equal social, political, and economic rights for women and sm refers to a diverse variety of beliefs, ideas, movements, and agendas for action.

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Feminism is a historical, political and social movement of women who spoke for political, economic, social, and personal equality between sexes. Only because of feminism, women can vote, go outside not accompanied with men, visit bars and cafes without a convoy of men, study at schools and universities, wear whatever they want and work wherever.

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It is often the root of comparison when deconstructing contemporary conceptualizations of feminism. • It argues that “society has a. Barbara Tomlinson is Research Professor Emeritus of Feminist Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she received the Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching is the author of Authors on Writing: Metaphors and Intellectual Labor; Feminism and Affect at the Scene of Argument: Beyond the Trope of the Angry Feminist; and (with George Lipsitz) Insubordinate Spaces.

"In this concise and accessible introduction to feminist theory, Chris Beasley provides clear explanations of the many types of feminism which exist in different Western societies.

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The “Of Course Feminism Realizes Men Face Double Standards” Argument. Have you heard of “difference feminism”. As I continue to research and learn about feminism, it is a concept that I have noted and wanted to share here. While some people assume feminism encompasses a single idea or movement, there are actually various types within it.

Here is more about difference feminism and the influence of Carol Gilligan. Introduction. Feminism's main message is that women and men are in fact completely alike, apart from their physical appearance. Women are a kind of men, the feminists feel, who, by the will of destiny, have developed some insignificant fat deposits at chest level, but are fully capable of fulfilling men's functions as managers, commandos or fighter pilots - but, however, not as sewer workers.

—Barbara Tomlinson, University of California, Santa Barbara, author of Feminism and Affect at the Scene of Argument: Beyond the Trope of the Angry Feminist "Paula Ioanide's deft reading of a series of racialized spectacles explores the complex economy of fears, longings, and fantasies that structure the white public imagination.

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The feminists’ message during first-wave feminism was primarily spread through newspaper and other printed media such as pamphlets and bulletins. Second-wave feminism. Second-wave feminism began in the s and ran through the s. At this time, women were making social and political gains and radical views were on the rise in society.

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If the counter to this argument against feminism is that men are stronger than women and carry out tasks that women can’t, that is also flawed. Men and women possess different kinds of physical strength; men have fast-twitch muscles that are good for actions like lifting and moving heavy objects, while women have slow-twitch muscles giving.

Jessica Joy Cameron’s book is both a provocative challenge to conventional interpretations of radical feminism and a wonderful tool for students and scholars wishing to interrogate the taken-for-granted ways that their disciplines have positioned various theories.

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Jessica Joy Cameron describes her own journey Reviews: 1. Atwood’s argument regarding the feminism of The Handmaid’s Tale is more or less the argument of intersectional feminism: that gender-based oppression interacts with all kinds of different.

Magnanti highlights the key issues with feminism as well as states her reasoning for not being one. Magnanti uses many examples for how feminism is not inclusive and creates conclusions which prove her argument. This essay is an analysis of Magnanti’s article. It goes over the outline of her premises, conclusions, and argument.

Barbara Tomlinson's research areas include feminist theory & analysis, gender & literature, critical race theory. Her books include Feminism and Affect at the Scene of Argument: Beyond the Trope of the Angry Feminist (Temple U P, ) and Authors on Writing: Metaphors and Intellectual Labor (Palgrave Macmillan, ).

Her work on rhetoric and affect in feminist and antifeminist argument in.How to use this argument: Feminism’s continuing importance is easily evidenced by the remarkably common acts of violence and inequality that women and others experience all the time.

While the Equal Pay Act may have been passed, women still earn a fraction of the amount of money men do for the same work (and the statistics only get more dire.Both genders, as citizens, now have equal rights.

There are further developments that deserve attention for each gender, so a campaign should be run by both men and women who, together, tackle highlighted equality issues that affect men and/or women; it would be wrong to fight for, only, the rights of women, as feminism clearly does today.

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