Corpus ID: 7253825

What is Patriarchy ?

@inproceedings{Translated2013WhatIP,
  title={What is Patriarchy ?},
  author={A Translated},
  year={2013}
}
The concept of Patriarchy itself is not a contribution of feminist theories. Many social scientists in the nineteenth century wrote about it as a more civilized or complex form of organization compared to the primitive matriarchies. Engels referred to it as the earliest system of domination establishing that Patriarchy is “the world historical defeat of the female sex.” In this sense, it is said that Patriarchy was a form of political organization that distributed power unequally between men… Expand
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