Feminist Cultural Theory: Process and Production
Manchester University Press, 1995 - Social Science - 235 pages
This work brings together some of the leading writers on feminism to discuss all aspects of how they work. Drawing from a range of different areas such as literature, sociology, film, law, TV and history, they explore how feminist research and theoretical work is done. The methods discussed include textual analysis, ethnography, film history, interviewing, memory and audience responses.
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