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by Emilie Buchwald,Pamela R. Fletcher,Martha Roth

  • Author: Emilie Buchwald,Pamela R. Fletcher,Martha Roth
  • ISBN: 0915943069
  • ISBN13: 978-0915943067
  • ePub: 1366 kb | FB2: 1709 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Women's Studies
  • Publisher: Milkweed Editions; First Edition edition (September 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 467
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 327
  • Format: lit lrf txt azw
Transforming a Rape Culture ePub download

First published in 1993, Transforming a Rape Culture has provided a new understanding of sexual violence and its origins in this . The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

First published in 1993, Transforming a Rape Culture has provided a new understanding of sexual violence and its origins in this culture. This groundbreaking work seeks nothing less than fundamental cultural change: the transformation of basic attitudes about power.

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Transforming a Rape Culture. Emilie Buchwald, Pamela R. Fletcher, Martha Roth. Martha Roth is the author of the Promise of a New Day and Family Feelings. She divides her time between Vancouver and Seattle. Библиографические данные. Originally published in 1993, this pioneering anthology is a powerful polemic for fundamental cultural change: the transformation of basic attitudes about power, gender, race, and sexuality. Transforming a Rape Culture. by. Buchwald, Emilie; Fletcher, Pamela R; Roth, Martha.

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Men, masculinily, and the rape culture Why are sexual harassment and date rape the particular issues we're facing? Most importantly, how can we. cltange the meanings of masculinity so that sexual harassment and date rape will disappear fro",1 our workplaces and our rdationships? . As social scientists see it. sexuality is less about biological urges and more about the meaning$ we attach to those urges. meanings that vary dramatically across cultures, over time, and among social groups within ally particular culture. This groundbreaking work seeks nothing less than fundamental cultural change: the transformation of basic attitudes about power, gender, race, and sexuality.

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Essays argue that our culture actually encourages sexual harassment and rape, discusses specific examples, and suggests actions that could be taken
Arcanefire
Everytime that a woman feels a little ounce of regret, she can make a new false rape accusation

Men should be responsible for everything in the world, while women should have zero responsibilities, but millions of rights much more than any men.
Hasirri
It is amazing that this book was written over two decades ago because the themes within it ring as true now in 2015 as they must have when it was first published. The negative reviews here are clearly from the kind of individuals who believe rape doesn't exist and tout inaccurate and outdated statistics about false rape accusations. Since research demonstrates only about 6% of reported cases of rape are actually false accusations, the number of reported rapes that are not prosecuted and the embarrassing low number of rapists that are convicted and spend time in jail (2% of reported rapists) should be more concerning.

This book is thought provoking and an excellent complication written by men and women from a variety of racial/ethnic backgrounds. Essential reading.
Wohald
Transforming a Rape Culture, by Milkweed Editions is a book that has input from thirty-seven active feminists; twenty-five women and twelve men, who all play different roles in life. Their occupations range from book and article writers, to psychologists, speakers, teachers, parents, and more. Having many authors, instead of just one, gives this book an advantage over one author's opinion. It was definitely written to spark an emotion in everybody to make change. The book's topic effects and influences everybody in some way in life to make a change, even if it's just within themselves. It succeeded in doing so. The book analyzes the factors in our culture, which promote and support not only rape, but also sexual assault, and harassment. It also presents ideas and methods to end it. All the sections throughout this book are linked nicely together giving it a strong analytical flow from all the authors - all seeking nothing less than a fundamental culture change with a method achieve it through the change of power, gender, race, and religion.
Unsoo
This is a phenomenal book written by some of the most influential, feminist writers of the '90s. Because it is a complilation of the thoughts of a variety of writers both male and female, you really get a well-rounded, inspirational view of how we can change our world for the better. I guarantee that it will make you mad, it will make you think, it will sadden you at times and make you want to change the world.
I have this book highlit and dog eared from cover to cover noting ideas, dreams and writing in my thoughts in the margins. I did not necessarily agree with everything that was said in this book, but it sure provoked me, none-the-less. Both men and women can benefit from reading this... it does not offend. It mearly invokes thought and, hopefully, change. We desperately need it.
Xtani
This book is like so many earlier feminist-oriented gender/rape books, I found it hard to dissect the information from the familiar propaganda.

I don't need to be convinced that the gender bias in our culture adds to the instances of rape. This has been established time and time again.

How about a fresh way of describing and dealing with this?
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