post-feminist


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post-fem·i·nist

 (pōst′fĕm′ə-nĭst)
adj.
Relating to a period or culture in which the feminism of the 1960s and 1970s is seen as largely irrelevant to the current situation, often because that movement is seen as having accomplished its social and political goals or because it is seen as discredited.

post-feminism n.

post-feminist

Arising out of feminism and developing feminist ideas further.
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As documented by many scholars, a post-feminist heroine has appeared in the past decade who is empowered and autonomous while also playful and youthful (Gerodetti, 2017).
Interestingly, most of those interviewed believed that they lived in a post-feminist, gender-neutral world where they faced no gender impediments.
People's Theatre The frank and very funny family drama questions parental anxieties and explores the life, the worries, the strength, and the vulnerability of the post-feminist urban woman.
1) McRobbie'nin (2007), Young Women and The Post-feminist Sexual Contract isimli makalesinde, Batinin gelismis demokrasilerine ve ozellikle Ingiltere ornegine bakarak kavramsallastirdigi, patriyarkanin geleneksel goruslerinin post feminizm ile maskelenerek moda ve guzellik endustrisinin dominasyonuna maruz kalan, feminizme ve onun politikalarina ihtiyaci olmadigini dusunen ve basari olcegini para uzerinden kuran 'ideal' genc kadinlar icin yaptigi bir tanimlamadir.
By justifying a dozen times why she refers to Jewish authors in her book in the first place she gives the impression that being Jewish and post-feminist is impossible, even nowadays.
She covers monstrous femininity: constructions of women of color in the academy, Jame Holmes and the monstrosity of whiteness, Chicana feminist legacies of monstrosity in the Gloria Anzaldoa Archives, American Mary and The Lords of Salem: post-feminist nightmares, and from college dropout to monster: Kanye West and the politics of monstrosity.
In the last couple of decades, post-feminist discourse has become the hegemonic form of feminism within wide-ranging varieties of popular culture, from TV shows and cinema to journals and magazines.
Assessing more recent representations, Nicole Cox confronts the gendered ideology within The Real Housewives reality TV franchise to argue that the show revives pre-feminist gender dynamics and power relations, despite being situated in a post-feminist media culture.
Highly anticipated, brings to mind the haunting beauty of Massive Attack, with the sensuality of a post-Feminist.
For her first foray into genre projects, Holland, a veteran of both European art-house cinema and American cable television, said she wanted to transform "Rosemary's Baby'' into a dark, post-feminist meditation on the loss of control that women feel with pregnancy and on the seduction of money and power.
Of particular note is her lively analysis of street artist Banksy's own brand of famous anonymity, her thoughtful exploration of post-feminist identity in a cultural economy that prizes visibility, and her examination of how 'prosperity Christianity' flourishes in a neoliberal setting.
A little group of marxist feminists sat in Brisbane in International Women's Year in 1975 deciding to set up an academic journal, around the time that the founders of Signs and Feminist Studies (the latter still one of our favourites among the huge later crop of feminist and post-feminist magazines) were doing the same.