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On SAGE Insight: Special Issue: Southern Feminisms

Guest editors: Celia Roberts and Raewyn Connell From Feminist Theory This special issue of Feminist Theory is a collection of contemporary feminist research and analysis from the postcolonial world. The collection highlights the geopolitics of knowledge in feminism and illustrates … Continue reading

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Special section: Sex, pleasure and coercion at the fin de siècle

From Feminist Theory The papers collected in this special section were delivered at a multidisciplinary conference, Taking Liberties: Sex, Pleasure and Coercion, 1748–1928, held at Newcastle University in June 2012. The conference sought to give complexity to our understanding of … Continue reading

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The consequences of accepting rape myths

Oppression through acceptance? predicting rape myth acceptance and attitudes toward rape victims From Violence Against Women Rape myths such as ‘only bad women get raped’ and ‘women ask for it’ serve to blame the victim and exonerate the rapist. As … Continue reading

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