Domination Displaced Gender Norms Imply and Create New Substances

Monique Selim, Anne Querrien, Mathieu Caulier


This paper analyses the gender global norms, taken in their pluralism, and their different poles and contradictions. It assesses the discards existing nowadays between these norms representations and the plural and diverse local practices. The French, Chinese, Mexican situations are taken as pictures of the general perspective of the authors who question the liberation and also domination logics which interact to create diverse modes of reenacting and recreating these global norms in relation with the social situations of the individual and collective subjects. Gender, feminism and sexualities are the three dimensions of this essay which mixes several disciplines, and several approaches: epistemology, socio-anthropology and politics.

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