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Patriarchy - Wikipedia

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Patriarchy is a social system in which males hold primary power and predominate in roles of ... Some patriarchal societies are also patrilineal, meaning that property and ... and to manage them so a...

Belili: The Myth of Universal Patriarchy: A Critical Response to ...

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In contrast to Western myth of universal patriarchy and the hegemony of a .... society do so because they are unwilling or unable to see highly egalitarian societies outside ... To essentialize something is to reduce a complex idea or object to simplistic ... work to flatten out differences among women; to exaggerate differences ....

Gender: Why did more societies develop to be patriarchal than ...

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Childbirth: A childbirth takes the prime strength out of a woman for a minimum of 15 months (9 ... Society which lives among other rival societies, evantually becomes patriarchal. ... So, if, for example, 4 men went hunting and only one of them killed a deer, he would share with his bounty with everyone to ensure that everyone ...

The Rise of Hierarchy | The Anarchist Library

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The fact that some non-agricultural, hunter-gatherer societies developed .... On the contrary, patriarchy seems to be a possible result among any human ... It is important to realize that the development of agriculture was not inevitable or universal. ... economics: they had the opportunity to get by with less effort, so they took it.

Patriarchy, Civilization, And The Origins Of Gender | The Anarchist ...

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John Zerzan Patriarchy, Civilization, And The Origins Of Gender. ... less subject to men, before male-defined culture became fixed or universal. ... [5] But women's autonomy in foraging societies is rooted in the fact that material .... [26] Here another dichotomy appears, the distinction between work and non-work, which for so ...

Rise of Patriarchy - Hagia.de

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Notes on the Rise and Development of Patriarchy ... understand the development of patriarchy without knowledge of the non-patriarchal societies they originated from. ... Natural authority is the relation between someone giving advice and ... They show the complex of causes that effect the destruction of matriarchal cultures.

The Iroquois - an Exception to Universal Patriarchy?

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But I'm an optimist, so I'll give it another shot. ... But societies are not theoretical in this sense; the social is the primarily dependent variable and the ... In practice, there was rarely a great difference between the men and women as to which man  ...

The origin of male dominance : Reclusive Leftist

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May 7, 2006 ... It's a universal among primitive societies that men are the expendable sex — even ..... It's trivially easy, then, to infer a story of the origin of patriarchy from that very fact. ...... Humans are vey complex animals, yet also so simple.

Rape, rape culture and the problem of patriarchy - Waging ...

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Apr 29, 2014 ... So, let's start with the late feminist historian Gerda Lerner's definition of patriarchy as “the ... the family and the extension of male dominance over women in the society in general. ... it becomes clear there is no bright-line distinction between rape and not-rape, but ..... You have a serious castration com...

Steven Goldberg on Patriarchy -- Logic of Patriarchy

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As a result all societies, without exception, exhibit patriarchy, male status attainment, ... understand the “complexity of social life” and “the tremendous variation among societies. ... No society is “so complex” that it lacks the universal institutions.