Feminist theories of social power: Some implications for a processual archaeology

@article{Wylie1992FeministTO,
  title={Feminist theories of social power: Some implications for a processual archaeology},
  author={A. Wylie},
  journal={Norwegian Archaeological Review},
  year={1992},
  volume={25},
  pages={51-68}
}
  • A. Wylie
  • Published 1992
  • Sociology
  • Norwegian Archaeological Review
Recent feminist analyses of power constitute a resource for theorizing power that archaeologists cannot afford to ignore given the importance of ‘post‐processual’ arguments that social relations, in which power is a central dimension, are as constitutive of system level dynamics as is the environment in which cultural systems are situated. I argue that they are important on two fronts: they articulate a dynamic, situational conception of power that resists reification, and they suggest a… Expand
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