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A.Ya. Flier. Structuring culture according to the methods of social regulation

N.A. Khrenov. A sociological turn in science. About the art of the XIX century: I. Ten's concept as an anticipation of the cultural turn (continued)

V.M. Rozin. Non-traditional, socio-cultural interpretation of the book by Meer Shalev "Fontanella" (ending)

 

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HIGH ART IN MODERN CULTURE (E.N. Shapinskaya'sSection)

E.N. Shapinskaya. "Storytelling" as a form of narrative in Modern Popular culture

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A.Ya. Flier. Historical transformation of culture from admiration of the past to aspiration to the future

N.A. Khrenov. A man in a pandemic situation: excursions into history (beginning)

V.M. Rozin. Love in culture and family: yesterday and today (based on the novel by Meir Shalev "Two bears Came out of the forest")

V.I. Grachev. Knowledge and information in modern Cultural Studies: Paradoxes of similarities and differences of content


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Sociocultural Development and Gender: Historical Dynamics of Discourse Strategies

Absrtact. The article discusses the problem of development of male and female strategies of intellectual discourse in culture, becoming the basis for separating features of gender identity. The modern social science deals with a broader gender palette which results in wider discourse strategies.

Key words: Cultural text, gender discourse, gender identity, feminist theories.



[1] Most vividly masculine and feminine discourse can be exemplified by structural and poststructural (postmodern) discourse strategies. See: Malygina A.V. Gender Representations as Cultural Texts (through the example of the mid 20th -to-early 21th century fashion). Cand. scient. thesis in Philosophy M.: 2008.
[2] Foucault M. The Will to Truth: on the Other Side of Knowledge, Power and Sexuality. Works of different periods. М.: Kastal, 1996.
[3] In this case «traditional” means not feminist philosophy.
[4] See, for example, Beauvoir S., de. The Second Sex. V.-SPb.: Progress, 1997; Brandt G.S. A Person on the Side of the Road, or Woman’s Place in the History of European Philosophy // Adam and Eve. The Almanac of Gender History. M.: IVI RAN, 2002. № 4. P. 7-33; Brandt G.A. Philosophical Anthropology of Feminism. Woman’s Nature. SPb: Aleteya, 2006; Women. Knowledge and Reality: Research on Feminist Philosophy // Introduction in Gender Research. M.: ROSSPEN, 2005; Zherebkin S. Gender Problem in Philosophy // Introduction in Gender Research, Part 1. Textbook. Kharkov: HTsGI, 2001; SPb.: Aleteya, 2001; Feminist Criticism and Revision of the History of Poitical Philosophy/ M.: ROSSPEN, 2005, etc.
[5] See: Thomas G. Experience on Women of Different Ages, Their Features, Mind and Morals SPb. Tipografiya Imperatorskogo Vospitatelnogo Doma, 1827. P. 67-80; Feminism: Prose, Memoirs, Letters. М.: Argumenti i Facti, 1992. P. 6-7.
[6] Solovyov V. Meaning of Love // Russian Eros, or Philosophy of Love in Russia. М.: Progress, 1991.
[7] Berdyaev N.A. The Meaning of Creativity: Experience of Justification of Man. // Berdyaev N.A. The Philosophy of Freedom. The Meaning of Creativity. М.: Pravda, 1989. P.432.
[8] Ibid.
[9] See more details about origins and development of gender theory: Zherebkina I. Subjectivity and Gender: Gender Theory of Subject in Modern Philosophical Anthropology. SPb.: Alateya, 2007.
[10] See: Yarskaya-Smirnova E.P. Development of Gender Research in the USA and Western Europe // Introduction in Gender Research. Part 1. Kharkov: HTsGI, 2001. P. 17-48.
[11] See: Butler J. Gendering the Body: Beauvoir's Philosophical Contribution// Women, Knowledge, Reality. М.: Institute of Social and Gender Policy, 2005. P. 292-303.
[12] Ibid. P. 293.
[13] Zherebkina I. Op. cit. P. 254.
[14] Ibid. P. 253-254.
[15] Butler J. Op. cit. P. 296.
[16] See more details: Butler J. From Parody to Politics // Introduction in Gender Research. Part 2: Chrestomacy. Kharkov: HTsGI, 2001; SPb.: Aleteya, 2001. P. 164.
[17] Ibid. P. 302.
[18] Elliot P., Mandel N. The Theory of Feminism // Gender Research: Feminist Methodology in Social Sciences. Kharkov: HTsGI, 1998. P. 15-51.
[19] Brandt G.A. Philosophical Anthropology of Feminism. Woman’s Nature. SPb: Aleteya, 2006. P. 10.
[20] See more details: Giddens A. The Transformation of Intimacy. SPb: Piter, 2004.
[21] The term is introduced by E.K. Sedgwik.
[22] See: De Lauretis. Through the Looking Glass: Woman, Cinema and Language // Introduction in Gender Research. Part 2: Chrestomacy. Kharkov: HTsGI, 2001; SPb: Aleteya, 2001. P. 738-758.
[23] Butler J. Bodies That Matter: On the Discursive Limits of “Sex”. N.Y. & Landon: Routledge, 1993. Р. 226.
[24] See: Zherebkina I. O. cit. P.281.
[25] Sedgwik E.K. Epistemology of the Closet. Berkeley, Los Angeles: Univercity of California Press, 1990.

 

 

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