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Materialist Feminisms: A Very Short Introduction

Material feminism examines the "material conditions under which social arrangements, including those of gender hierarchy, develop" It argues that "material conditions of all sorts play a vital role in the social production of gender."  Material feminism is an ideology with a central focus upon maximizing women's material assets.  The term “Material feminism” was first used in 1975 by Christine Delphy. The current concept has its roots in socialist and Marxist feminism; Rosemary Hennessay and Chrys Ingraham, editors of Materialist Feminism: A Reader in Class, Difference, and Women’s Lives, describe material feminism as the "conjuncture of several discourses--historical materialism, Marxist and radical feminism, as well as postmodernist and psychoanalytic theories of meaning and subjectivity.”

Source:  "Material Feminism."  Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia.  Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.  19 Nov. 2010.  Web.  20 Dec. 2010.

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