• Human Rights
    Into the Changing Character of Contemporary Social Life London: Pine Forge Press. (Chapter 1). Robertson, R. (1995) Glocalization: Time-Space and Homogeneity-Heterogeneity. Featherstone, M., Lash, S. & Robertson, R. (Eds) (1995) Global Modernities. London: Sage. In Tomlinson, J. (1991) Cultural...
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  • Modernity and the Spaces of Femininity
    Modernity and the Spaces of Femininity was written by Griselda Pollock in 1988, and later published in The Expanding Disclosure in 1992. Griselda Pollock is an art historian, and writes this article for fellow art historians. This is an article written to show the different approaches to femininity...
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  • Consumption
    southern state of Kerala, in a way that pays attention to the production of youthful femininities and masculinities. I emphasize how notions of public and private, tradition and modernity, structure new spaces of consumption, in ways that have differential consequences for young men and women. This...
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  • 三屉馒头
    eroticizing from the familial (out walking and in the parks) to the prostitutional (out walking or confined in brothels) with less certain and more ambiguous spaces of cafes and entertainments lying between the obvious pole of respectable and not respectable femininities. In representation, the city...
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  • L'Oreal in India
    Confident : Feeling less confident with age. Need to look young to catch up with peers of same age. Neo Femininity Trends Femininity Fever : Show feminine side and bring out the sex appeal of women but still have the elements of confidence and modernity Changing perspective of gender role...
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  • Globalisation
    Leisure, Culture and Globalisation Assessment “Drawing on debates in leisure and sport theory, using current sport and leisure examples, critically discuss the impact of globalisation and postmodernity on our understanding of leisure and sport.” No one really agrees as to what modernity...
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  • What Is Gender Performativity?
    contemporary ideas of masculinity and femininity by discussing people’s clothing, see how are they being gendered. In Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity, Judith Butler mentioned gender is an act. The action of gender requires a performance that is repeated. This repetition...
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  • BP oil spill
    the specific themes discussed are: how femininity is produced in texts by allocating women to domestic space; the extent to which textual production lies at the base of a changing, historically specific code of the feminine; the extent to which women in modern Chinese societies are products of...
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  • Mary Cassat
    ://www.metmuseum.org/explore/cassatt/html/cat2.html "Mary Cassatt: Her Work" The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Accessed July 10, 2006 from http://www.metmuseum.org/explore/cassatt/html/index1.html Polluck, Griselda. "Modernity and the Spaces of Femininity," in Vision and Difference: Femininity, Feminism and the Histories of Art, London, 1988....
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  • Femina
    and classes. The magazine offers a cultural space where femininity is defined, described, re- invented and defended. Radha Sharma Hegde, Recipes for Change: Weekly Help for Indian Women, analyzed the prescriptions for women’s identity in Femina; it serves as the basis for this academic work...
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  • Urban Princesses Performance and Women's Language in Japan's Gothiclolita Subculture
    urban Japan. Intellectuals and news media at the time dismissed it as vulgar and low-class (2006:37) and “an aural specter of Japan’s modernity and modernization . . . that embodied a surplus of Japan’s modernization and modernity that had to be excluded” (2006:26). As notions of femininity and...
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  • Modernity
    her work on modernity and the spaces of femininity, had as much to do with the commerce of art as it did with the social roles and sexual stereotypes of men and women” (Sturken and Cartwright 123). I chose this quote because it sounds interesting to me. I want to talk about more on gender gaze and...
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  • Essay Plan
    GLOBAL SOCIETIES AND IDENTITIES (SC231 Lecture 4 Feminist sociology and the gendering of modernity: an introduction to recent debates. Read Harriet Bradley, Fractured Identities, chapter 4; Anthony Giddens, Sociology, Chapters12 ‘Sexuality and Gender’ See photocopied articles...
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  • Analytical Essay on Art
    Hammersting, 1 May. 2010. Web. 12 Apr. 2013. "Montage" Graduate Art History Society. Web. 12 Apr. 2013. "Pollock, Modernity and the Spaces of Femininity”. 16 Nov. 2012.Web. 12 Apr. 2013....
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  • Some Thoughts
    through a paradigm of structured oppositions such as East/West, Spiritual/Material, and Tradition/ Modernity. But most powerful among these distinctions, according to Chatterjee, was the distinction between ghar, the home, the inner space, and bahir, the world, the outer space. This interiority...
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  • the cultural turn
    approach is based. A good sentence that grasps the essential metamorphosis of the public sphere in the late XVIIIth century is “reason was opposed to femininity” (Landes 1988:46), knowing that reason stemmed from the human nature, which consisted the angular stone of political modernity (Hobbes...
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  • Media
    Film-Philosophy, 10.3 December 2006 Just Look At Me Now: Problems of Viewing in Film Noir Edward Dimendberg (2004) Film Noir and the Spaces of Modernity Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts & London ISBN: 0-674-01346-8 327 pp. Dara P atricia Downey Trinity College Dublin...
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  • Classical Hollywood Cinema
    1 Kate Woodford Modernity, Consumerism and ‘The Women’ In the 1920s, ‘modernity’ swept through America, with a enormous economic shift that transformed the pre world war one country from a society still rooted in a predominately agricultural small town past into the worlds...
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  • Mcdonalds in China
    exemplars of modernity (Yan 1997). According to Li (1999) people in China are drawn to McDonald’s because of its novelty, status and symbol. Yan (2000) argues that McDonald’s attraction fro Chinese customers does not come from its food but from the sociality of the space it provides to consumers...
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  • Paper 1
    , safety, and human perfectibility (Walters 266). In summary everyday parents believe sending their kids to school that they will be safe and protected. So when this modernity is destroyed it takes the media to put it back in place again. Some other kinds of disasters can range from natural...
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