Feminism and Legal Theory
Feminism comprises a range of philosophical, political, social and literary projects and attitudes united only by the commitment to take seriously the distinctive experiences of women.
It aims to challenge patriarchy: the traditional idea of feminism's engagement with male oppression in a patriarchal society.
Also to link women's experiences in the private sphere with recognition in the public sphere
Feminism can also be defined as the self conscious creation and vindication of representations of the feminine and the position of women in social reality by women themselves - in contrast to the accepted common sense notion which are imbued by male conceptions - aimed at the emancipation of women.
Of all the cultural revolutions of the 20th century, feminism seems destined to have the greatest impact. Women throughout generations have been considered second rate to men, they were not considered in the social structure aswell as the legal structure, i.e. women could get raped by their husbands in marriages, this is not justifiable, although this was later made illegal, issues like this made the roots of feminism develop. …
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