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Author: Batya Weinbaum
ISBN: 0896081613
Pages: 148 pages
Publisher: South End Press; First Edition edition (July 1, 1999)
Language: English
Category: Politics & Government
Size ePUB: 1401 kb
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Rating: 4.6
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Subcategory: Politics

e-Book Pictures of Patriarchy epub download

by Batya Weinbaum



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Weinbaum's sexual political economy analyzes the world or work in terms of kinship categories. A classic breakthrough between the family or work divide, this very readable book spells out her original understanding of precisely how the psycho-sexual dynamics of the oedipal family are played out in the patriarchal structure of work.

She has made significant contributions to the fields of multiculturalism, women's studies, sexuality studies and education.

Batya Weinbaum, American artist, writer. Recipient UUP Individual Development awards, State University of New York Empire State College, 2009-2010; grantee, Robert Fleming Fund, 1976, Rabinowitz Foundation, 1978, Equity Fund, Women's Classical Caucus, 2004. Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, United States of America. Born February 2, 1952 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Weinbaum spent her childhood in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Born February 2, 1952 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Pictures of Patriarchy, South End Press, 1999

Pictures of Patriarchy, South End Press, 1999, ISBN 9780896081611.

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Batya Weinbaum (born Betty Susan Weinbaum in 1952) is an. .According to Gale Contemporary Authors (2009) additional books and other writings have included. Weinbaum spent her childhood in Terre Haute, Indiana Pictures of Patriarchy, South End Press, 1999, ISBN 9780896081611.

Weinbaum's "sexual political economy" analyzes the world or work in terms of kinship categories. A classic breakthrough between the family or work divide, this very readable book spells out her original understanding of precisely how the psycho-sexual dynamics of the oedipal family are played out in the patriarchal structure of work.