6 edition of Feminist epistemologies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-301) and index.
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by Linda Alcoff and Elizabeth Potter.|
|Contributions||Alcoff, Linda., Potter, Elizabeth.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1190 .F45 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 312 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||312|
|ISBN 10||0415904501, 041590451X|
|LC Control Number||92011309|
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Standpoint feminism is a theory that feminist social science should be practiced from the standpoint of women or particular groups of women, as some scholars (e.g. Patricia Hill Collins and Dorothy Smith) say that they are better equipped to understand some aspects of the world.A feminist or women's standpoint epistemology proposes to make women's experiences the point of departure, in. namely, feminist standpoint epistemology. Feminist standpoint epistemology is a unique philosophy of knowledge building that challenges us to (1) see and understand the world through the eyes and experiences of oppressed women and (2) apply the vision and knowl-edge of oppressed women to social activism and social change. FeministFile Size: KB.
cificities. Thus, although feminist ethical and political theory were rapidly growing areas of inquiry during the s and s, only in the s was a set of questions and proposals articulated to address the possi-bility that there could, after all, be so seem-ingly oxymoronic an area of inquiry as feminist epistemology. In twentieth-centuryFile Size: KB. Alcoff, L., & Potter, E. (Eds.). (). Feminist epistemologies. New York: Routledge. I am interested in learning as much about the different approaches to feminism as possible. I know that Alcoff is a leading name in feminist work. Assiter, A. (). Enlightened women: Modernist feminism in a postmodern age. London: Routledge.
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This is an excellent book. It's the foundational text for feminism/ feminist theory and feminist epistemology. Its written in the theory side of language, so sometimes it's quite difficult to understand what exactly the different authors are saying, but it has really expanded my understanding of feminism from what I thought was a post civil rights lesbian movement, to a post modern inter /5(4).
Feminist Epistemologies book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & /5. This book presents a comprehensive introduction to feminist epistemologies situated at the intersection of philosophical, sociological, and cultural investigations of Feminist epistemologies book.
It provides several critiques of more traditional approaches, and explores the alternatives proposed by by: "The time is right for a work of feminist philosophy that engages the traditional problematics of epistemology. Until now, the term "feminist epistemology" has typically been used to denote women's ways of knowing, women's experience, and the critique of specific theories about women.
This book inaugurates a field of study at the intersection of feminist philosophy and epistemology "proper.". Feminist epistemology is an examination of epistemology (the study of knowledge) from a feminist standpoint.
Elizabeth S. Anderson describes feminist epistemology as being concerned with the way in which gender influences our concept of knowledge and "practices of inquiry and justification". It is generally regarded as falling under the. Feminist epistemologies book Feminism operates on various feminist epistemologies, methodologies, and methods.
While there is no consensus on how to organize or label these, there are a few generalities that can be drawn between these epistemologies, particularly in the international relations (IR) context.
Classifying these epistemologies generally under the umbrella (or in the constellation) of postpositivism makes Author: Jennifer Heeg Maruska. Get this from a library. Feminist epistemologies. [Linda Alcoff; Elizabeth Potter;] -- Feminist philosophy began on the margins, in the applied fields where practical concerns met with the political issues central to the women's movement.
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Epistemologies are theories about the nature of knowledge. Feminist epistemologies form a subset of social epistemologies, which examine the interplay between knowledge and social relations and institutions (Pressley ).Feminist epistemologies deny the existence of one truth per se and focus on whose knowledge.
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First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa : Taylor And Francis. epistemologies and feminist methodologies hav e begun to merge into an area called feminist r esearc h and details some key pillars of contemporary and emer gent work in this area.
Introductions: Alcoff and Potter's edited volume Feminist Epistemologies is one of the earliest and now classic collections of work in feminist epistemology.
It contains key essays within the field. For book length introductions see: Harding and Tanesini Encyclopedia introductions include: Janack and Anderson 'The Handbook of Feminist Research: Theory and Praxis is a well-developed contribution to the body of feminist literature.
It effectively highlights the connection between feminist research and social change by drawing upon the range of existent feminist epistemologies, methods, and practices, all of which adopt different means of conceptualising, researching, and ultimately representing the.
Science, Technology and Gender studies (STG) include the different approaches to feminist epistemologies, their current debates and also the theoretical analysis of different scientific controversies around cases that involve women's bodies and health, sex/gender, and techno-scientific practices.
These studies are linked to the demand for another type of hybrid knowledge that revalorizes the Author: Eulalia Pérez Sedeño, Lola S. Almendros, S. García Dauder, Eulalia Piñero Gil.Feminist Epistemologies By Linda Alcoff, Elizabeth Potter.
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Book Series.(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary "Feminist Epistemology" is a collection of original essays exploring the intersections of gender and knowledge. It focuses on the heart of traditional epistemology - a field of study that until now has proved largely impervious to feminist enquiry.