i Foucault treats the body as if it were one. ii Bartky’s view: “[H]e is blind to those disciplines that produce a modality of embodiment that is peculiarly feminine”. The life and work of Sandra Bartky, a United States feminist. “Foucault, Femininity and the Modernization of Patriarchal Power,” in Feminism and Foucault. Pp. in Bartky, Sandra Lee. “Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernization of Patriarchal Power.” Pp. in Feminist Social.
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Performance for another does not indicate the inferior one or the superior one.
About Sandra Lee Bartky. Second, the precise nature of the criteria by which women are judged, not only the inescapability of judgment itself, reflects gross imbalances in the social power of the sexes that do not mark the relationship of artists and their audiences. Bartky’s essay collection, Femininity and Domination, Routledge, contains some of this material, some is more recent.
Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernization of Patriarchal Power by Sandra Lee Bartky
Trivia About Foucault, Feminin Along with body image, women are also expected to participate in behaviors that allow them to maintain this image. Briana Vick added it Fouczult 02, Return to Book Page. Essays on Difference, Agency and Culture. As part of a modernizagion philosophical critique of “femininity,” she has also tried to apply certain poststructuralist insights to the problem of “feminine” embodiment, especially Foucault’s claim that certain disciplinary procedures importantly structure subjectivity in modern societies.
Female Figure that matters — female body as way to execute discipline. Margaret added it Feb 13, Poor women bear more pressure because of the limit of time and money for them to mind the regimen.
Stefan Pacovski added it May 03, Sandra Lee Bartky is interested in doing phenomenology in a way that is historically and socially situated; she has made contributions to this especially in regard to cultural ideals of feminine embodiment in “advanced” industrial societies.
Jump to one of these related bsrtky Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Refresh and try again. A good deal of what Bartky has written might be called “feminist moral psychology. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
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An pwoer finer disciplined woman — interaction with people. Brenda rated it really liked it Sep 18, ChicagoIllinoisU. Skip to content November 11, Tim BooksGender.
Ethan Hemming marked it as to-read Apr 18, Apparatus of Discipline — the disciplinarians that discipline: Carlos A marked it as to-read Feb 25, You are commenting using your Facebook account.
Kaitlyn marked it as to-read Jun od, The bodily-disciplined feminine movement. Saugatuck, MichiganU. And nearly my whole life other women have looked at me like I was insane because of it.
This look of fragility and lack of muscular strength allows women to have an image of powerlessness, obedience, and subservience to men. An aesthetic of femininityfor example, t hat mandates fragility and a lack of muscular strength produces female bodies that can offer little resistance to physical abuse, and the physical abuse of women by hartky, as we know, is widespread. Questions of identity and internalization. For this reason, she finds certain strands of Marxism and Modernizatkon Theory essential as well.
Deanna Marra marked it as to-read Jun 27, Bartky explains that the body of the ideal female varies with time and is dependent on culture. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Abeen marked it as to-read Sep 18, Feminine bodily disciple — dual characters: Patris rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Her notable contributions to the field of feminist philosophy include the article, “The Phenomenology of Feminist Consciousness”. Bartky concludes that “The