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Feminist Theory from Margin to Center Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Consider this quote from the preface to the second edition - "Feminist movement continues to be one of the most powerful struggles for social justice taking place in the world today." Do you believe this statement to be true? Why or why not?

Consider the book's theories on the relationship between "margin" and "center." What other social/ethnic groups might these theories apply to? In what ways have these groups attempted to move from the margins to the center? In what ways have they preserved and/or celebrated their status on the margins? Have they compromised their essential identity by moving from the margin to the center? Have they improved their overall status and/or circumstances within society? Both? Neither? Explain your answer.

Consider the book's comments in Chapter 6 on the nature of female power. Discuss these comments in the context of female political life in the...

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