Gender, culture, and power : challenging New Zealand's gendered culture

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Gender, culture, and power : challenging New Zealand's gendered culture

Bev James, Kay Saville-Smith

(Critical issues in New Zealand society, 2)

Oxford University Press, 1994

Rev. ed

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 110-118) and index

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In this book, the authors explore the notion that New Zealand is a 'gendered culture', a culture in which the structures of masculinity and feminity are central to the formation of society as a whole. However, they argue that the oppression of women should not be seen as the most fundamental dynamic of society; and that the gendered culture should be challenged because it enables the hierarchies of sex, race, and class to be maintained. New to this edition This new edition contains totally up-to-date statistics, and analyses the impacts of New Zealand's shift to a more market-driven society on the gendered society.

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