Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Bell Hooks has explained that the bulk of feminist writings has come from privileged white women. This reality contains a specific set of presumptions. These assumptions are not necessarily found in all of the social classes. This simply indicates that when conducted extensively, the work of women in building theory and implementing feminist theories will be great in both quantity and intensity.

The author's book is quite important at this point. She has produced a work that includes a framework that includes a tremendous amount of kinds of analysis that are natural and important for women. Much of the material is about articulating difference: the differences between women and men in general, the differences between women of one class to traits typically found in close association with members of another class. Racial distinctions and even the reality that the class divisions amongst minority groups do...

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