Feminist Theory

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Need help with this……Write a 1-page essay about the following: As we have discussed, there are four sociological explanations of racial-ethnic inequality (page 192 - table 10.3). They are: Functionalist, Conflict, Feminist and Symbolic Interactionist. • Which theory do you find the most persuasive? Why?

"Feminism" is about equality of the sexes, and activism to achieve such equality for women. Not all feminist theorists have agreed about how to achieve that equality and what equality looks like. Here are some of the key writers on feminist theory, key to understanding what feminism has been all about. I've listed them in chronological order so it's easier to see the development of feminist theory. Feminism refers to a diverse variety of beliefs, ideas, movements, and agendas for action. Feminism women’s rights. Feminism refers to a different distinction of opinions, ideas, actions, and programs for action. -Feminist

Paragraph 1: Introduction: Example: "There are four sociological explanations of racial-ethnic inequality: Functionalist, Conflict, Feminist, and Symbolic Interctionalist. I believe the Feminist explanation is most persuasive for a few reasons."

Paragraph 2: Reason you find Feminist Theory is more persuasive: I feel it’s more persuasive because "Feminism" is about equality of the sexes, and activism to achieve such equality for women. EXPLAIN: Not all feminist theorists have agreed about how to achieve that equality and what equality looks like. Here are some of the key writers on feminist theory, key to understanding what feminism has been all about. I've listed them in chronological order so it's easier to see the development of feminism

Paragraph 3: Feminist theory writers: Socialist feminist theory analyzed the connection between the oppression of women and other oppression in society, such as racism and economic injustice. Socialists had fought for decades to create a more equal society that did not exploit the poor and powerless in...
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