Feminist Preludes to Relational Sociology

Palgrave Macmillan
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Conceptualizing Relational Sociology Ontological and Theoretical Issues, 2013, pp. 13 - 26
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Feminists have critiqued many of the dichotomies in Western thought such as nature and culture, mind and body, emotion and reason, public and private, and developed critiques of central notions such as individualism and abstract generalization. In this chapter, Nancy Chodorow’s relational individualism, Benhabib’s generalized and concrete other and Gilligan’s “different voice” are discussed, and their relevance to Crossley’s relational sociology is highlighted.
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