The Nature of the Right

Feminist analysis of order patterns

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This volume challenges and extends the definition of right and right-wing discourse as traditionally conceived in male scholarship. The eleven papers share a common perspective: a critique of the ideology of 'natural difference' as the basis for oppression of the dominated group. In a radical feminist analysis, the relation of domination between the sexes is seen as central to the projects of the right, in which the constructions of 'nations', 'races' and 'gender' present variations in time and space. In its linking of oppressions, this books makes an important and timely contribution to feminist theory and puts the case for a radical and altogether coherent rethinking of right-wing political space.
[Critical Theory, 6]  1988.  ix, 183 pp.
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Table of Contents
Notes on contributors
vii
Introduction
Gill Seidel
1
Right-wing discourse and power: exclusions and resistance
Gill Seidel
7
Sexism, a Right-wing constant of any discourse: a theoretical note
Colette Guillaumin
21
Some socio-enunciative characteristics of scientific texts concerning the sexes
Claire Michard
27
Discourse strategies — power and resistance: a socio-enunciative approach
Catherine Viollet
61
The discourse of demographic ‘reproduction’ as a mode of appropriation of women
Noëlle Bisseret-Moreau
81
‘Nation’ and ‘family’ in the British media reporting of the ‘Falklands conflict’
Gill Seidel and Renate Günther
115
Women against ‘the Nation’: Representations of Greenham Common in the British Press
Renate Günther
129
Antifeminism in the British and American New Rights
Miriam David and Ruth Levitas
141
Sexism and racism
Rita Thalmann
153
‘Status of Women’ in French revolutionary/liberal ideology
Colette Capitan
161
The women's movement and the extreme right in France
Claudie Lesselier
173
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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