What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
abortion abuse activists Albanian women Alliance Balkans behavior Belgrade Bosnia Bosnia-Herzegovina Chapter Chetniks civil communist Communist Party conflict constitution contemporary crimes Croatian Croats culture devils Drakulic Dubravka Ugresic ethnic example female feminism feminist forces former Yugoslavia gender equality gender identity Geneva Conventions girls homosexual human rights Human Rights Watch husband Ibid ideology issue Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic Jalusic Kesic Kosovar Albanians Kosovo lesbian literary lives Ljubljana male masculinity Medjugorje mother Muslim national identity National Liberation nationalist partisan patriarchal percent political population position post-communist Press problems question rape refugees region republics right to vote role Serbian women Serbs sexual Slovene Slovenia socialist soldiers South Slav struggle tion tional Tito traditional Ugresic University Ustase Vesna victims village violence Vrkljan war crimes woman women's groups women's movement women's organizations women's rights writers Yugoslav Zagreb Zarana Zena zene Zenski Pokret
Page 3 - Patriarchy is the power of the fathers: a familial-social ideological, political system in which men— by force, direct pressure, or through ritual, tradition, law and language, customs, etiquette, education, and the division of labor, determine what part women shall or shall not play, and in which the female is everywhere subsumed under the male.
Page 5 - It sees feminist issues not only as women's first priority, but as central to any larger revolutionary analysis. It refuses to accept the existing leftist analysis not because it is too radical, but because it is not radical enough: it sees the current leftist analysis as outdated and superficial, because this analysis does not relate the structure of the economic class system to its origins in the sexual class system, the model for all other exploitative systems, and thus the tapeworm that must...