The Fourth Wave of Feminism: Psychoanalytic Perspectives Introductory Remarks

@article{Wrye2009TheFW,
  title={The Fourth Wave of Feminism: Psychoanalytic Perspectives Introductory Remarks},
  author={Harriet Kimble Wrye},
  journal={Studies in Gender and Sexuality},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={185 - 189}
}
  • H. Wrye
  • Published 2 October 2009
  • Sociology
  • Studies in Gender and Sexuality
This introductory paper traces a century of 4 waves of feminism from a psychoanalytic perspective. The first phase focused on political change as the suffragette movement was undertaken at the turn of the 20th century by feminist activists who lobbied successfully for women's right to vote; the second phase, a broad sociopolitical-cultural movement located in the 1960s and 1970s, focused on consciousness-raising around gender issues, women's liberation (Betty Friedan, Kate Millet, Simone de… 
What does the ‘Fourth Wave’ Mean for Teaching Feminism in Twenty-First Century Social Work?
There is no straightforward definition of feminism today. In spite of this, scholars and researchers who describe themselves as ‘feminist’ continue to produce work that both interrogates the specific
The Fourth Wave of Feminism and the Lack of Social Realism in Cyberspace
Recent years have witnessed a surge in research on the impact of the cyberspace on social movements. The feminist movement has built a vocal platform online which attempts to underscore sexual
Working across difference in the digital era: riding the waves to feminist solidarity
To complement the guest-edited special anniversary issue of the journal, this Commentary and Criticism section explores the futures of intergenerational feminist media studies, considering what these
#freethenipple – digital activism and embodiment in the contemporary feminist movement
ABSTRACT Contemporary, or so-called fourth-wave feminism has heralded an era of online activism which celebrates the potential of this space to reconfigure and reorder gender relations. In this paper
@Notofeminism, #Feministsareugly, and Misandry Memes:How Social Media Feminist Humor is Calling out Antifeminism
In this chapter, Lawrence and Ringrose consider how social media platforms have provided new ways for feminists to engage with antifeminist and postfeminist discourses. They explore how feminist
Towards a Critical Understanding of Social Networks for the Feminist Movement: Twitter and the Women’s Strike
The intensive use of digital platforms by the feminist movement has been identified as one of its main characteristics. Numerous studies address the tactical use of social networks by this movement,
Proposing paradigm peace: Mixed methods in feminist tourism research
This article attempts to engage and advance tourism’s epistemological and methodological discussions. It explores how the transformative paradigm offers an opportunity to feminist tourism researchers
Politics Versus Policies: Fourth Wave Feminist Critiques of Higher Education’s Response to Sexual Violence
This article uses the lens of fourth-wave feminism to examine media accounts of institutional and student responses in two cases of sexual violence at institutions of higher education. Competing
Postdigital Ecopedagogies: Genealogies, Contradictions, and Possible Futures
This paper charts some genealogies, challenges, and directions for experimenting with the utopic postdigital ecopedagogies demanded by our present (post)pandemic reality. These are messianic—rather
Where have all the feminists gone? Searching for New Zealand’s women’s movement in the early 21st century
• Any use you make of these documents or images must be for research or private study purposes only, and you may not make them available to any other person. • Authors control the copyright of their
...
1
2
3
...