androcentrism


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androcentrism

the tendency to neglect the female perspective or the female contribution, i.e. male bias in cultural ideas and embodied in institutions.
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21) Androcentrism and masculine bias dominate the practice and culture of science and politics of power, and scholarship focused on only one sex is broadly applied to all.
However, action photos favor males and the standard androcentrism of football, basketball, baseball, and car and motorcycle racing favored on television.
Her theopoiesis goes "beyond christocentrism, androcentrism, anthropocentrism.
Alongside these instances of "soteriological inclusiveness" as well as of "ascetic misogyny," the same text also testifies to institutional androcentrism.
Critically evaluate eurocentrism and androcentrism in mathematics.
Transforming the debate of sexual inequality: From biological difference to institutionalized androcentrism.
Comparing this shift in point of view to Woolf's critique of androcentrism, Kostkowska connects "Woolf's attention to the natural world in this period and her revision of the traditional nineteenth-century narrative" (15) and connects Woolf's feminism and what Kostkowska calls Woolf's "ecological imagination.
Virginia as a victory for women's rights and gender equality, others argued that the androcentrism (117) and gender polarization arguably underlying the decision caused the Supreme Court to see only two options for VMI: (1) admitting women but requiring them to conform as necessary to the male-gendered institution of VMI and its androcentric rituals and traditions or (2) allowing VMI to exclude women but creating an altogether distinct, female-gendered and female-only VWIL.
Feminism addresses androcentrism, ecocriticism addresses anthropocentrism, and feminist ecocriticism (or ecofeminist literary criticism) addresses both together.
It cannot hurt to contest traditions of androcentrism in both religion and works of history by acknowledging (preferably the multiplicity of) long-ignored traditions of goddess worship around the world that pre- and long post-dated the rise of the major patriarchal religions.
In her fourth and fifth chapters, Wollman examines how many women broke away from the androcentrism of the New Left throughout the seventies and set up their own feminist theatre companies.