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Gender studies is a field for interdisciplinary study devoted to gender identity and gendered representation as central categories of analysis. This field includes women's studies concerning women , feminism , gender, and politics , men's studies and queer studies. These disciplines study gender and sexuality in the fields of literature , language, geography , history , political science , sociology , anthropology , cinema , media studies , [2] human development, law, public health and medicine.

Regarding gender, Simone de Beauvoir said: Beauvoir's is a view that many sociologists support see Sociology of gender , though there are many other contributors to the field of gender studies with different backgrounds and opposing views, such as psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan and feminists such as Judith Butler. Gender is pertinent to many disciplines, such as literary theory , drama studies, film theory , performance theory , contemporary art history , anthropology, sociology, sociolinguistics and psychology.

However, these disciplines sometimes differ in their approaches to how and why gender is studied. For instance in anthropology, sociology and psychology, gender is often studied as a practice, whereas in cultural studies representations of gender are more often examined. In politics, gender can be viewed as a foundational discourse that political actors employ in order to position themselves on a variety of issues. Each field came to regard "gender" as a practice, sometimes referred to as something that is performative.

Ettinger [12] the feminine-prematernal-maternal matrixial Eros of borderlinking and com-passion, [13] "matrixial trans-subjectivity" and the "primal mother-phantasies" , [14] and informed both by Freud , Lacan and the object relations theory , is very influential in gender studies.

According to Sam Killermann, Gender can also be broken into three categories, gender identity, gender expression, and biological sex. These constructions focus on how femininity and masculinity are fluid entities and how their meaning is able to fluctuate depending on the various constraints surrounding them. A number of theorists have influenced the field of gender studies significantly, specifically in terms of psychoanalytic theory.

Ettinger , and Mark Blechner. Gender studied under the lens of each of these theorists looks somewhat different. In a Freudian system, women are "mutilated and must learn to accept their lack of a penis" in Freud's terms a "deformity". Both male and female subjects participate in the "phallic" organization, and the feminine side of sexuation is "supplementary" and not opposite or complementary.

In other words, the sexuation of an individual has as much, if not more, to do with their development of a gender identity as being genetically sexed male or female. Julia Kristeva has significantly developed the field of semiotics. She contends that patriarchal cultures, like individuals, have to exclude the maternal and the feminine so that they can come into being. Ettinger transformed subjectivity in contemporary psychoanalysis since the early s with the Matrixial [22] feminine-maternal and prematernal Eros [13] of borderlinking bordureliance , borderspacing bordurespacement and co-emergence.

The matrixial feminine difference defines a particular gaze [23] and it is a source for trans-subjectivity and transjectivity [24] in both males and females. Ettinger rethinks the human subject as informed by the archaic connectivity to the maternal and proposes the idea of a Demeter-Persephone Complexity. Cultures can have very different norms of maleness and masculinity. Blechner identifies the terror, in Western males, of penetration.

Yet in many societies, being gay is defined only by being a male who lets himself be penetrated. Males who penetrate other males are considered masculine and not gay and are not the targets of prejudice. Ettinger, Shoshana Felman , Griselda Pollock , [28] Luce Irigaray and Jane Flax have developed a Feminist psychoanalysis and argued that psychoanalytic theory is vital to the feminist project and must, like other theoretical traditions, be criticized by women as well as transformed to free it from vestiges of sexism i.

Shulamith Firestone , in "The Dialectic of Sex" calls Freudianism the misguided feminism and discusses how Freudianism is almost completely accurate, with the exception of one crucial detail: Critics such as Elizabeth Grosz accuse Jacques Lacan of maintaining a sexist tradition in psychoanalysis. Ettinger and Jane Gallop have used Lacanian work, though in a critical way, to develop gender theory.

Marchand, "The gender studies and queer theory are rather reluctant, hostile to see the psychoanalytic approach. For Jean-Claude Guillebaud , gender studies and activists of sexual minorities "besieged" and consider psychoanalysis and psychoanalysts as "the new priests, the last defenders of the genital normality, morality, moralism or even obscurantism".

Judith Butler 's worries about the psychoanalytic outlook under which sexual difference is "undeniable" and pathologizing any effort to suggest that it is not so paramount and unambiguous Psychoanalytically oriented French feminism focused on visual and literary theory all along. Virginia Woolf 's legacy as well as " Adrienne Rich 's call for women's revisions of literary texts, and history as well, has galvanized a generation of feminist authors to reply with texts of their own".

The emergence of post-modernism theories affected gender studies, [18] causing a movement in identity theories away from the concept of fixed or essentialist gender identity, to post-modern [41] fluid [42] or multiple identities. Post-structuralism paved the way for the emergence of queer theory in gender studies, which necessitated the field expanding its purview to sexuality. In addition to the expansion to include sexuality studies, under the influence of post-modernism gender studies has also turned its lens toward masculinity studies , due to the work of sociologists and theorists such as R.

Connell , Michael Kimmel , and E. These changes and expansions have led to some contentions within the field, such as the one between second wave feminists and queer theorists. Feminists argue that this erases the categories of gender altogether but does nothing to antagonize the power dynamics reified by gender. In other words, the fact that gender is socially constructed does not undo the fact that there are strata of oppression between genders.

The history of gender studies looks at the different perspectives of gender. This discipline examines the ways in which historical, cultural, and social events shape the role of gender in different societies. The field of gender studies, while focusing on the differences between men and women, also looks at sexual differences and less binary definitions of gender categorization.

After the universal suffrage revolution of the twentieth century, the women's liberation movement of the and s promoted a revision from the feminists to "actively interrogate" the usual and accepted versions of history as it was known at the time. It was the goal of many feminist scholars to question original assumptions regarding women's and men's attributes, to actually measure them, and to report observed differences between women and men.

Soon, men began to look at masculinity the same way that women were looking at femininity, and developed an area of study called "men's studies". This was due to the increasing interest in lesbian and gay rights, and scholars found that most individuals will associate sexuality and gender together, rather than as separate entities.

A study of drivers' propensity to use traffic information system showed that income and car ownership play an important role in travel behavior for men, while education and occupation were identified significant in the women's behavior. Although doctoral programs for women's studies have existed since , the first doctoral program for a potential PhD in gender studies in the United States was approved in November In , Kabul University became the first university in Afghanistan to offer a master's degree course in gender and women's studies.

Women's studies is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to topics concerning women , feminism , gender , and politics. It often includes feminist theory , women's history e. Men's studies is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to topics concerning men , masculism , gender , and politics.

It often includes feminist theory, men's history and social history , men's fiction, men's health , feminist psychoanalysis and the feminist and gender studies-influenced practice of most of the humanities and social sciences. Certain issues associated with gender in Eastern Asia and the Pacific Region are more complex and depend on location and context.

For example, in China , Vietnam , Thailand , Philippines and Indonesia , a heavy importance of what defines a woman comes from the workforce. In these countries, "gender related challenges tend to be related to economic empowerment, employment, and workplace issues, for example related to informal sector workers, feminization of migration flows, work place conditions, and long term social security". One issue that remains consistent throughout all provinces in different stages of development is women having a weak voice when it comes to decision-making.

One of the reasons for this is the "growing trend to decentralization [which] has moved decision-making down to levels at which women's voice is often weakest and where even the women's civil society movement, which has been a powerful advocate at national level, struggles to organize and be heard".

East Asia Pacific's approach to help mainstream these issues of gender relies on a three-pillar method. Pillar two supports the developmental underpinnings for peace, renewed growth and poverty reduction in the poorest and most fragile areas. The final pillar provides a stage for knowledge management, exchange and dissemination on gender responsive development within the region to begin. These programs have already been established, and successful in, Vietnam , Thailand , China , as well as the Philippines , and efforts are starting to be made in Laos , Papua New Guinea , and Timor Leste as well.

These pillars speak to the importance of showcasing gender studies. The concept of gender performativity is at the core of philosopher and gender theorist Judith Butler's work Gender Trouble. In Butler's terms the performance of gender, sex, and sexuality is about power in society.

A part of Butler's argument concerns the role of sex in the construction of "natural" or coherent gender and sexuality.

Historian and theorist Bryan Palmer argues that gender studies' current reliance on post-structuralism — with its reification of discourse and avoidance of the structures of oppression and struggles of resistance — obscures the origins, meanings, and consequences of historical events and processes, and he seeks to counter current trends in gender studies with an argument for the necessity to analyze lived experiences and the structures of subordination and power.

Education and Indoctrination in Women's Studies that the attempt to make women's studies serve a political agenda has led to problematic results such as dubious scholarship and pedagogical practices that resemble indoctrination more than education. Rosi Braidotti has criticized gender studies as "the take-over of the feminist agenda by studies on masculinity, which results in transferring funding from feminist faculty positions to other kinds of positions.

There have been cases Some of the competitive take-over has to do with gay studies. Of special significance in this discussion is the role of the mainstream publisher Routledge who, in our opinion, is responsible for promoting gender as a way of deradicalizing the feminist agenda, re-marketing masculinity and gay male identity instead.

Gender studies, and more particularly queer studies within gender studies, were repeatedly criticized by the Vatican. Pope Francis spoke about "ideological colonization", [63] by which he meant that "gender ideology" threatens traditional family and fertile heterosexuality. France was one of the first countries where this claim became widespread when Catholic movements marched in the streets of Paris against the bill on gay marriage and adoption.

Bruno Perreau has shown that this fear has deep historical roots. Teaching certain aspects of gender theory was banned in public schools New South Wales after an independent review into how the state teaches sex and health education and the controversial material included in the teaching materials. Gender studies were banned in Hungary in October The ban has attracted criticism from several European universities which offer the program, among them the Budapest-based Central European University, whose charter was revoked by the government, and is widely seen as part of the Hungarian ruling party's move towards the far-right.

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Gonzalo de Las Heras. Gender is pertinent to many disciplines, such as literary theory , drama studies, film theory , performance theory , contemporary art history , anthropology, sociology, sociolinguistics and psychology.

However, these disciplines sometimes differ in their approaches to how and why gender is studied. For instance in anthropology, sociology and psychology, gender is often studied as a practice, whereas in cultural studies representations of gender are more often examined. In politics, gender can be viewed as a foundational discourse that political actors employ in order to position themselves on a variety of issues. Each field came to regard "gender" as a practice, sometimes referred to as something that is performative.

Ettinger [12] the feminine-prematernal-maternal matrixial Eros of borderlinking and com-passion, [13] "matrixial trans-subjectivity" and the "primal mother-phantasies" , [14] and informed both by Freud , Lacan and the object relations theory , is very influential in gender studies.

According to Sam Killermann, Gender can also be broken into three categories, gender identity, gender expression, and biological sex. These constructions focus on how femininity and masculinity are fluid entities and how their meaning is able to fluctuate depending on the various constraints surrounding them.

A number of theorists have influenced the field of gender studies significantly, specifically in terms of psychoanalytic theory. Ettinger , and Mark Blechner.

Gender studied under the lens of each of these theorists looks somewhat different. In a Freudian system, women are "mutilated and must learn to accept their lack of a penis" in Freud's terms a "deformity". Both male and female subjects participate in the "phallic" organization, and the feminine side of sexuation is "supplementary" and not opposite or complementary.

In other words, the sexuation of an individual has as much, if not more, to do with their development of a gender identity as being genetically sexed male or female. Julia Kristeva has significantly developed the field of semiotics. She contends that patriarchal cultures, like individuals, have to exclude the maternal and the feminine so that they can come into being. Ettinger transformed subjectivity in contemporary psychoanalysis since the early s with the Matrixial [22] feminine-maternal and prematernal Eros [13] of borderlinking bordureliance , borderspacing bordurespacement and co-emergence.

The matrixial feminine difference defines a particular gaze [23] and it is a source for trans-subjectivity and transjectivity [24] in both males and females. Ettinger rethinks the human subject as informed by the archaic connectivity to the maternal and proposes the idea of a Demeter-Persephone Complexity.

Cultures can have very different norms of maleness and masculinity. Blechner identifies the terror, in Western males, of penetration. Yet in many societies, being gay is defined only by being a male who lets himself be penetrated. Males who penetrate other males are considered masculine and not gay and are not the targets of prejudice.

Ettinger, Shoshana Felman , Griselda Pollock , [28] Luce Irigaray and Jane Flax have developed a Feminist psychoanalysis and argued that psychoanalytic theory is vital to the feminist project and must, like other theoretical traditions, be criticized by women as well as transformed to free it from vestiges of sexism i.

Shulamith Firestone , in "The Dialectic of Sex" calls Freudianism the misguided feminism and discusses how Freudianism is almost completely accurate, with the exception of one crucial detail: Critics such as Elizabeth Grosz accuse Jacques Lacan of maintaining a sexist tradition in psychoanalysis.

Ettinger and Jane Gallop have used Lacanian work, though in a critical way, to develop gender theory. Marchand, "The gender studies and queer theory are rather reluctant, hostile to see the psychoanalytic approach. For Jean-Claude Guillebaud , gender studies and activists of sexual minorities "besieged" and consider psychoanalysis and psychoanalysts as "the new priests, the last defenders of the genital normality, morality, moralism or even obscurantism".

Judith Butler 's worries about the psychoanalytic outlook under which sexual difference is "undeniable" and pathologizing any effort to suggest that it is not so paramount and unambiguous Psychoanalytically oriented French feminism focused on visual and literary theory all along. Virginia Woolf 's legacy as well as " Adrienne Rich 's call for women's revisions of literary texts, and history as well, has galvanized a generation of feminist authors to reply with texts of their own".

The emergence of post-modernism theories affected gender studies, [18] causing a movement in identity theories away from the concept of fixed or essentialist gender identity, to post-modern [41] fluid [42] or multiple identities. Post-structuralism paved the way for the emergence of queer theory in gender studies, which necessitated the field expanding its purview to sexuality.

In addition to the expansion to include sexuality studies, under the influence of post-modernism gender studies has also turned its lens toward masculinity studies , due to the work of sociologists and theorists such as R.

Connell , Michael Kimmel , and E. These changes and expansions have led to some contentions within the field, such as the one between second wave feminists and queer theorists. Feminists argue that this erases the categories of gender altogether but does nothing to antagonize the power dynamics reified by gender. In other words, the fact that gender is socially constructed does not undo the fact that there are strata of oppression between genders.

The history of gender studies looks at the different perspectives of gender. This discipline examines the ways in which historical, cultural, and social events shape the role of gender in different societies. The field of gender studies, while focusing on the differences between men and women, also looks at sexual differences and less binary definitions of gender categorization. After the universal suffrage revolution of the twentieth century, the women's liberation movement of the and s promoted a revision from the feminists to "actively interrogate" the usual and accepted versions of history as it was known at the time.

It was the goal of many feminist scholars to question original assumptions regarding women's and men's attributes, to actually measure them, and to report observed differences between women and men. Soon, men began to look at masculinity the same way that women were looking at femininity, and developed an area of study called "men's studies".

This was due to the increasing interest in lesbian and gay rights, and scholars found that most individuals will associate sexuality and gender together, rather than as separate entities. A study of drivers' propensity to use traffic information system showed that income and car ownership play an important role in travel behavior for men, while education and occupation were identified significant in the women's behavior.

Although doctoral programs for women's studies have existed since , the first doctoral program for a potential PhD in gender studies in the United States was approved in November In , Kabul University became the first university in Afghanistan to offer a master's degree course in gender and women's studies.

Women's studies is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to topics concerning women , feminism , gender , and politics. It often includes feminist theory , women's history e. Men's studies is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to topics concerning men , masculism , gender , and politics.

It often includes feminist theory, men's history and social history , men's fiction, men's health , feminist psychoanalysis and the feminist and gender studies-influenced practice of most of the humanities and social sciences.

Certain issues associated with gender in Eastern Asia and the Pacific Region are more complex and depend on location and context.

For example, in China , Vietnam , Thailand , Philippines and Indonesia , a heavy importance of what defines a woman comes from the workforce. In these countries, "gender related challenges tend to be related to economic empowerment, employment, and workplace issues, for example related to informal sector workers, feminization of migration flows, work place conditions, and long term social security". One issue that remains consistent throughout all provinces in different stages of development is women having a weak voice when it comes to decision-making.

One of the reasons for this is the "growing trend to decentralization [which] has moved decision-making down to levels at which women's voice is often weakest and where even the women's civil society movement, which has been a powerful advocate at national level, struggles to organize and be heard".

East Asia Pacific's approach to help mainstream these issues of gender relies on a three-pillar method. Pillar two supports the developmental underpinnings for peace, renewed growth and poverty reduction in the poorest and most fragile areas.

The final pillar provides a stage for knowledge management, exchange and dissemination on gender responsive development within the region to begin. These programs have already been established, and successful in, Vietnam , Thailand , China , as well as the Philippines , and efforts are starting to be made in Laos , Papua New Guinea , and Timor Leste as well. These pillars speak to the importance of showcasing gender studies. The concept of gender performativity is at the core of philosopher and gender theorist Judith Butler's work Gender Trouble.

In Butler's terms the performance of gender, sex, and sexuality is about power in society. A part of Butler's argument concerns the role of sex in the construction of "natural" or coherent gender and sexuality. Historian and theorist Bryan Palmer argues that gender studies' current reliance on post-structuralism — with its reification of discourse and avoidance of the structures of oppression and struggles of resistance — obscures the origins, meanings, and consequences of historical events and processes, and he seeks to counter current trends in gender studies with an argument for the necessity to analyze lived experiences and the structures of subordination and power.

Education and Indoctrination in Women's Studies that the attempt to make women's studies serve a political agenda has led to problematic results such as dubious scholarship and pedagogical practices that resemble indoctrination more than education. Rosi Braidotti has criticized gender studies as "the take-over of the feminist agenda by studies on masculinity, which results in transferring funding from feminist faculty positions to other kinds of positions.

There have been cases Some of the competitive take-over has to do with gay studies. Of special significance in this discussion is the role of the mainstream publisher Routledge who, in our opinion, is responsible for promoting gender as a way of deradicalizing the feminist agenda, re-marketing masculinity and gay male identity instead.

Gender studies, and more particularly queer studies within gender studies, were repeatedly criticized by the Vatican. Pope Francis spoke about "ideological colonization", [63] by which he meant that "gender ideology" threatens traditional family and fertile heterosexuality. France was one of the first countries where this claim became widespread when Catholic movements marched in the streets of Paris against the bill on gay marriage and adoption.

Bruno Perreau has shown that this fear has deep historical roots. Teaching certain aspects of gender theory was banned in public schools New South Wales after an independent review into how the state teaches sex and health education and the controversial material included in the teaching materials.

Gender studies were banned in Hungary in October The ban has attracted criticism from several European universities which offer the program, among them the Budapest-based Central European University, whose charter was revoked by the government, and is widely seen as part of the Hungarian ruling party's move towards the far-right.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Men's movement Mythopoetic men's movement Men's liberation movement Men's rights movement Fathers' rights movement Egalitarianism Intactivism. Topics Sex differences in humans Human male sexuality Gender equality Misandry Hegemonic masculinity. Gender studies Men's studies.

Genital mutilation Forced circumcision. Prison rape Male rape False accusation of rape. Homophobia Gay bashing Transphobia. Reproductive Rights Paternal rights and abortion No-fault divorce. Index of masculism topics Category: Airline sex discrimination policy controversy Boys are stupid, throw rocks at them!

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