When Feminists Don't Fit The Case of Pauline Hanson

  title={When Feminists Don't Fit The Case of Pauline Hanson},
  author={I. Deutchman and A. Ellison},
  journal={International Feminist Journal of Politics},
  pages={29 - 52}
  • I. Deutchman, A. Ellison
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology
  • International Feminist Journal of Politics
  • The rise of the Far Right is a global phenomenon traditionally viewed as antithetical to feminism. However, in Australia from 1996–2001 Far Right politics was dominated by a woman, Pauline Hanson, thus calling into question the dynamics between organized feminism and the Far Right. A significant problem for Australian feminists trying to understand Hanson is that her ideology, activities and life-style are internally contradictory. This article draws on American analyses of similar women and… CONTINUE READING
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