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Rewriting the sexual contract

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Published by Transaction in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Men -- Psychology.,
  • Men -- Attitudes.,
  • Sex role.,
  • Man-woman relationships.,
  • Feminist theory.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Geoff Dench.
    ContributionsDench, Geoff.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1090 .R46 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 289 p. ;
    Number of Pages289
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL368361M
    ISBN 100765804662
    LC Control Number98028945

    However women cannot contract into marriage as 'individuals' but only as women. Here Pateman locates the other, hidden, side of the contract 'story,' the 'sexual contract.' Since women did not contract in to begin with they cannot be doing so as free individuals now, for the married state.


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Undoubtedly, it will become a significant theoretical addition to the feminist debates and existing research on modern motherhood and women’s dual identities. —Thomas, M. [Review of the book Modern Motherhood and Women’s Dual Identities: Rewriting the Sexual Contract, by Petra Bueskens].

Rewriting the Sexual Contract examines issues pertinent to the current social and political culture and will be of interest to sociologists, gender studies scholars, and political theorists.

Geoff Dench is a senior research fellow at the Institute of Community Studies and a visiting professor at Middlesex : Paperback. Modern Motherhood and Women’s Dual Identities: Rewriting the Sexual Contract, by Petra Bueskens, London; New York: Routledge, £,Hardback, ISBN Julie Stephens reviews Petra Bueskens’ book, Modern Motherhood and Women’s Dual Identities: Rewriting the Sexual Contract (Routledge, ).Author: Julie Stephens.

The sexual contract calls attention to men's power over, and government over, women; to the patriarchal structure of major institutions. Theories of an original contract rest on the premise that men or individuals are bom free and equal to each other or by nature are free and : Carole Pateman.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Where We Are Coming From: -Beyond the sexual contract?/ Carole Pateman --The Best years of my life: trading sex for security / David Phillips --Family roles from the dawn to dusk of the new Elizabethan era / Miriam E.

David --Nearing full circle in the sexual revolution / Geoff Dench --The. Rewriting the Sexual Contract examines issues pertinent to the current social and political culture and will be of interest to sociologists, gender studies scholars, and political theorists.

Geoff Dench is a senior research fellow at the Institute of Community Rewriting the sexual contract book and a visiting professor at Middlesex University. DOI link for Rewriting the Sexual Contract. Rewriting the Sexual Contract book.

Rewriting the Sexual Contract. DOI link for Rewriting the Sexual Contract. Rewriting the Sexual Contract book. By Dench Geoff. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 24 April Pub. location New : Miriam E. David. Beyond the sexual contract. / Carole Pateman -- The best years of my life: trading sex for security / David Phillips -- Family roles from the dawn to dusk of the New Elizabethan Era / Miriam E.

David -- Nearing full circle in the sexual revolution / Geoff Dench -- Sex in the commodity culture / Roger Scruton -- Was feminism wrong about the family. Her books include Mothering and Psychoanalysis (), Modern Motherhood and Women’s Dual Identities: Rewriting the Sexual Contract () and the forthcoming co-edited books: Nancy Chodorow and The Reproduction of Mothering: 40 Years On () and Mothering Australia ().

Modern Motherhood and Women’s Dual Identities: Rewriting the Sexual Contract, by Petra Bueskens, London; New York: Routledge, £,Hardback, ISBN Julie Stephens reviews Petra Bueskens’ book, Modern Motherhood and Women’s Dual Identities: Rewriting the Sexual Contract (Routledge, ).

Keywords: Article has no Author: Julie Stephens. Rewriting the Sexual Contract (book review) G. Dench (ed.) () Institute of Community Studies; ISBN 8 1. £ 50 Geof Dench is a senior research fellow at the Institute of Community Studies and the author of The Place of men in Changing Family Cultures, ICS, and Transforming Men, Transaction Books, Here he assembles a collection of articles drawn from the front line of.

This collection analyzes shifting relationships between gender and labour in post-Fordist times. Contingency creates a sexual contract in which attachments to work, mothering, entrepreneurship and investor subjectivity are the new regulatory ideals for women over a range of working arrangements, and across classed and raced dimensions.

Request PDF | Contingent Labour and the Rewriting of the Sexual Contract | This book is concerned with labour in post-Fordist capitalism and especially with its reworking and restructuring.

This. So, if you’re in the forums, or follow me on Twitter (and you should do both!!!), then you already know that I finished the latest Rewriting The Book. If you don’t, well, here’s the deal; of all the RTB’s I’ve personally written, this is the one that I’ve probably talked about more than.

This collection analyzes shifting relationships between gender and labour in post-Fordist times. Contingency creates a sexual contract in which attachments to work, mothering, entrepreneurship and investor subjectivity are the new regulatory ideals for women over a range of working arrangements.

Thus the book is also aimed at mainstream political theorists, and socialist and other critics of contract theory. The author offers a sweeping challenge to conventional understandings- of both left and right- of actual contracts in everyday life: the marriage contract, the employment contract, the prostitution contract, and the new surrogate.

Why do women in contemporary western societies experience contradiction between their autonomous and maternal selves. What are the origins of this contradiction and the associated ‘double shift’ that result in widespread calls to either ‘lean in’ or.

Thus the book is also aimed at mainstream political theorists, and socialist and other critics of contract theory. The author offers a sweeping challenge to conventional understandings- of both left and right- of actual contracts in everyday life: the marriage contract, the employment contract, the prostitution contract, and the new surrogate Cited by: Rewriting the sexual contract Geoff Dench (Ed.) London: Institute of Community Studies, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, ISBN 8 1 pounds Community care: policy and practice Robin Means & Randall Smith London: Macmillan, ISBN Adkins L.

() Contingent Labour and the Rewriting of the Sexual Contract. In: Adkins L., Dever M. (eds) The Post-Fordist Sexual Contract. Palgrave Macmillan, LondonCited by: 7. Carole Patemans The Sexual Contract is perhaps her most acclaimed and recognized work in a very distinguished academic career.

Published inthe book analyses the classic political theory of social contract through the lens of feminism and democratic theory/5.

The sexual contract is ignored and thus men's patriarchal right over women is also glossed over. Thus the book is also aimed at mainstream political theorists, and socialist and other critics of contract theory. The author offers a sweeping challenge to conventional understandings- of both left and right- of actual contracts in everyday 5/5(1).

Definition. The idea of motherhood studies was influenced by Adrienne Rich’s Of Woman Born: Motherhood as Experience and Institution in It consists of three interconnected categories of inquiry: motherhood as institution, motherhood as experience, and motherhood as identity or subjectivity.

Motherhood studies is often referred to as a feminist practice. Recently I was asked to rewrite a contract in plain English. I’ve never done translation work before, but my law degree certainly helped. The main issues. On first glance, I was most struck by: how long it took to get to the crux — the structure was entirely back to front; how much time had been spent explaining the exceptions.

Rewriting the Social Contract One thinks of sexual liberation, aspects of which are now widely accepted. Others have been less so. Patriotism endures, as does religious faith.

As a consequence, what used to be the “upper middle” is now often at odds with the “middle middle.” In his influential book Losing Ground, published in.

Other articles where The Sexual Contract is discussed: Carole Pateman: In her most famous work, The Sexual Contract (), Pateman challenged the liberal idea that the power of the state does not contradict the freedom of individuals because it is founded upon their consent.

Social-contract theorists like Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau rejected the notion that political authority could be. Buy Modern Motherhood and Women's Dual Identities: Rewriting the Sexual Contract (Routledge Research in Gender and Society) 1 by Bueskens, Petra (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Petra Bueskens. Yes, it is possible. Actually, it happens quite often that a writer feels like (or is told) that his/her novel has to be re-written.

And usually, you will need to start writing process from scratch. Here are some of the questions you need to keep. Pateman, Carole. The Sexual Contract. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, Print. If my research engages with the way Dominionist theology takes up natural law, then this book will be incredibly relevant for its summation and analysis of contract theory among Enlightenment thinkers.

Pateman's analysis reveals/underscores important parallels between sexist fundamentalist doctrines. Age, Gender and Sexuality through the Life Course: The Girl in Time 1st Edition. Susan Pickard Janu Age, Gender and Sexuality through the Life Course argues that the gendered structure of temporality (defined in the dual sense of everyday time as well as age and stage of life) is a key factor underpinning the stalling of the gender revolution.

"I found this a fascinating book: wide-ranging, readable." --Alison Jaggar Bell shows how the flesh-and-blood female body engaged in sexual interaction for payment has no inherent meaning and is signified differently in different cultures or discourses. The author contends that modernity has produced "the prostitute" as the other within the categorial other: s: 1.

construction of contract is based on the subjection of women, so that women's use of contracts helps perpetuate their oppression. This apparently bold theme is developed in a book of admirable intellec-tual rigor.

The Sexual Contract is a sound effort to make the problem of patriarchy comprehensible to "mainstream" theorists, as well as to maintain. Rewriting and Editing Your Novel Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

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I published a book with SBPRA. They are not willing to make it an e-book because of the sexual content. The book is highly erotic but with no controversial themes(no incest, beastiality etc).

I want to rewrite the book in the third person and republish with a different publisher. (1) Is this acceptable. (2) do I have to change the name of the book?. Carole Pateman’s theory of the sexual contract begins as a critique of this view. Pateman argues that Locke’s view of the social contract completely ignored the position of women with respect to the state.

This is the starting point of many feminist critiques of classical theories.Professor Geoff Dench (14 August - 24 June ) was a British social scientist whose work related particularly to the lives of working class men.

He did extensive research using opinion surveys and arrived at conclusions relating to immigration, meritocracy and feminism that were out of keeping with prevailing attitudes in British academia in the later twentieth mater: Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge.Download Citation | Rethinking the sexual contract: The case of Thomas Hobbes | Feminist scholars have long debated on a key contradiction in the political theory of Thomas Hobbes: While he sees.