Rethinking poverty, power and privilege: A feminist post-structuralist research exploration

  title={Rethinking poverty, power and privilege: A feminist post-structuralist research exploration},
  author={T. Hulme},
  journal={Hts Teologiese Studies-theological Studies},
  • T. Hulme
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Hts Teologiese Studies-theological Studies
In this article, I described how the use of feminist methodology and post-structuralist analyses of the experiences of women in a poor ‘Coloured’ community in my research led to new understandings of the experiences of poverty and privilege. I discovered the relevance of Foucault’s historical analysis of the operation of ‘pastoral power’ through the narratives of women from the Scottsville community. Historical and current accounts of so-called ‘Coloured’ women’s subjugation and categorisation… Expand
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