7 edition of Women and Right Wing Movements found in the catalog.
February 15, 1996
by Zed Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Tanika Sarkar (Editor), Urvashi Butalia (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Right-wing populism is a combination of civic- and ethno-nationalism with anti-elitism, using populist rhetoric to provide a radical critique of existing political institutions. According to Margaret Canovan, a right-wing populist is "a charismatic leader, using the tactics of politicians' populism to go past the politicians and intellectual elite and appeal to the reactionary sentiments of. “And I wonder, therefore, how James Atlas can have been so indulgent in his recent essay ‘The Changing World of New York Intellectuals.’ This rather shallow piece appeared in the New York Times magazine, and took us over the usual jumps. Gone are the days of Partisan Review, Delmore Schwartz, Dwight MacDonald etc longer the tempest of debate over Trotsky, The Waste Land, Orwell.
Antiabortion views helped further several right-wing movements, including explicit antifeminism, and helped right-wing politicians rise to power.   Antiabortion writings, as well as conservative commentary in the late 20th century criticized the selfishness and self-centeredness of the feminist movement regarding abortions. right-wing feminism, or balanced feminism, includes the work of Independent Women's Forum, Feminists for Life of America, and headed by Wendy McElroy. It generally draws on principles of first-wave feminism  and against both postfeminism and academic or radical feminism,  the latter being defined to include left and.
A timeline of women's rights from to the Women's March on Washington. Historians describe two waves of feminism in history: the first . Right wing women were enigmatic for the women’s movement as they appeared to reject the gendered critique of the world that feminists had developed. Margaret Thatcher, with the iconography of the first female prime minister, allowed the women’s movement to explore the Right-Wing Woman and to incorporate her into their discourses and dialogue.
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Women and Right-Wing Movements: Indian Experiences Hardcover – May 1, by Tanika Sarkar (Editor), Urvashi Butalia (Editor) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ Format: Hardcover. : Women and Right Wing Movements: Indian Experiences (): Tanika Sarkar, Urvashi Butalia: Books.
"The essays in Right-Wing Women raise profound questions about the relationships between women, nationalism, and feminism.
The book not only explores and expands this under-researched field of feminist and political scholarship, but it attempts to do this in a truly global way." -- Nira Yuval-Davis, author of Gender and NationCited by: In India today, violent communalism is pulling women into militant politics, particularly into the Hindu right.
This book explores the supposed clash from legal, religious and political perspectives, and considers the questions and paradoxes that this provokes for feminism. Introductory Remarks / Tanika Sarkar and Urvashi Butalia --'Where Women are Worshipped, there the Gods Rejoice': The Mirage of the Ancestress of the Hindu Woman / Kumkum Roy --Surat, Savarkar and Draupadi: Legitimising Rape as a Political Weapon / Purshottam Agarwal --Muslims and Hindus, Men and Women: Communal Stereotypes and the Partition of India / Urvashi Butalia --Communalising Gender.
It should be remembered that Dworkin (as well as Catherine MacKinnon) worked with a number of “right-wing” groups and individuals in attempting to get anti-porn legislation passed during the s; so she is not unwilling to work with “right-wing women.” This book is less powerfully “passionate” than much of Dworkin’s other Cited by: Dworkin theorizes that right wing women choose the right because they are more attune to the sexism on the left, which can seem subtle This book in particular does a really good job of illuminating how misogyny Women and Right Wing Movements book on both the right and left of the political spectrum/5.
The Right Women may mark a shift in how the media treat women's issues. Catherine Hill The Boston Book Review Burkett provides a lively picture of fiercely independent, exuberant women who are reconfiguring the balance between tradition and nontradition.
Publishers Weekly Burkett talks to a wide range of women, Cited by: Buy Women and Right Wing Movements: Indian Experiences 1 by Kali for Women Women (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
“Mrs. America,” FX’s invigorating, infuriating and only faintly inspiring dramatic miniseries about the near-passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, tries to accomplish a lot of things at once.
An oft-neglected subject, right-wing women are an important component in understanding the many racist, fascist, and anti-feminist movements of the 20th century. Providing original research on an. A project of People For the American Way.
To our readers: Right Wing Watch, a project for People For the American Way, is run by a dedicated staff driven to shed light on the activities of right-wing political organizations.
As a non-profit working hard every day to expose the Far-Right's extreme and intolerant agenda, our main source of support is donations from readers like you. The epilogue examines right-wing women’s reactions to the arrest of Augusto Pinochet in and their role in the elections of By focusing on the women who opposed Allende and supported Pinochet, this book offers a fresh look at the complex dynamics of Chilean politics in the last half of the twentieth : Margaret Power.
Lastly, starting in the s you had a major rightward shift in the business community, which meant that a lot more money and power was suddenly available for right-wing political groups. Dynamics of right-wing movements.
I also want to say a few things about how I approach the study of right-wing movements. Books shelved as right-wing: The Conservative Mind: From Burke to Eliot by Russell Kirk, Blinded by the Right: The Conscience of an Ex-Conservative by Da.
Phyllis Stewart Schlafly (/ ˈʃlæfli /; born Phyllis McAlpin Stewart; Aug – September 5, ) was an American constitutional lawyer and movement conservative.
She held staunchly conservative social and political views, supported antifeminism, opposed abortion, and successfully campaigned against ratification of the Equal Children: 6, including Andrew. In France, large numbers of women have taken to the streets as part of the gilets jaunes (yellow vest) anti-government movement, which has attracted people from across the political spectrum from left to far-right, some of whom vote Le Pen, and whose slogans often echo the disillusioned anti-elitism of populism.
Right-wing populists are often depicted as angry white men. A new study, however, has found that women are increasingly supporting right-wing populist parties, and they are often more radical than.
Because of Sex: One Law, Ten Cases, and Fifty Years That Changed American Women’s Lives at Work by Gillian Thomas “Gillian Thomas’s Because of Sex tells the story of how one law, our highest court, and a few tenacious women changed the American workplace VII of the Civil Rights Act revolutionized the lives of America’s working women, making it illegal to discriminate Author: Sarah S.
Davis. “Because feminism is a movement for liberation of the powerless by the powerless in a closed system based on their powerlessness, right-wing women judge it a futile movement.
Frequently they also judge it a malicious movement in that it jeopardizes the bargains with power that they can make; feminism calls into question for the men confronted Cited by:. (Margaret Power, Right-Wing Women in Chile) Today, % of women work outside the home, the highest percentage that has ever done so in Chilean history.
This percentage is low compared to Sweden (81%), but only slightly lower than other South American .McGirr blends political and social history and goes where few analysts before: to the kitchen tables as well as the meeting halls of the early right-wing movement.
This is the book's great contribution."—Arlene Stein, The Nation.Schlafly was a conservative mom from Illinois who mobilized a cavalcade of women against the Equal Rights Amendment that feminist activists had fought to get passed in the s.
Her updo, pearls, and respectable upper-middle-class white femininity made her a conservative icon, with bestselling books and endless television appearances on shows Author: Pier Dominguez.