Tyson ch. 4 Feminist Vocabulary

(in order of appearance)

 

  1. Feminist Criticism (81):
  2. Oppression (81, 96):
  3. Masculine pronouns (82):
  4. “Habit of Seeing” (82):
  5. Standards of Universality (82):
  6. Patriarchal Woman (83):
  7. Patriarchy (83):
  8. Traditional Gender Roles (83):
  9. The Gaze (83):
  10. Sexist (84):
  11. Biological Essentialism (84):
  12. Hysteria (84):
  13. Sex (84):
  14. Gender (84):
  15. Natural (84, 91):
  16. Cultural/Social Programming (82, 84, 85):
  17. Female Programming (83, 87, 88, 89):
  18. Patriarchal Man (85):
  19. Male Programming (86):
  20. Maddonna/Whore Ideology (88):
  21. Pedestal (89):
  22. Other (90):
  23. Marginalization (90):
  24. Phallogocentric (91):
  25. Activism (91):
  26. French Feminists (92):
  27. Ecriture Feminine (92):
  28. Psychoanalytic Feminism (93):
  29. Marxist Feminism (93):
  30. Structuralist Feminism (93):
  31. Cultural Feminism (93):
  32. Deconstructionist Feminism (93):
  33. Subjectivity (94):
  34. Objectivity (95):
  35. Multicultural Feminism (95+):
  36. Sisterhood (96):
  37. African American Feminism (96, 97):
  38. Consciousness (raising; 97):
  39. Ethnic Cultural Feminism (97):
  40. Lesbian Feminism (98):
  41. Post-Colonial Feminism (98):
  42. Chicana (etc.) Feminism (98):
  43. Reading Against-The-Grain (99):
  44. Patriarchal Literature (99):
  45. Feminist Agenda Literature (99):
  46. Conflicted Literature (99, 100):
  47. Misogyny (100):
  48. Gynophobia (100):
  49. Gynocriticism (101):
  50. Backlash (103):
  51. Blaming the Victim (111):