By Allyson Jule, Bettina Tate Pedersen
Can anyone be Christian and Feminist whilst? In those prolonged essays, authors discover a number of the intersections of feminism, feminist idea and perform, and Christian culture because it is lived out within the lives of Christian academics.
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No one is deficit and no one is dominant; the differences are a result of being raised in different gender cultures. Regardless of the interpretation of the differences, linguistic patterns do appear to be systematically found and found to be largely used by one gender compared with the other. My own feminist linguistic scholarship has been focused on specific language structures found in classrooms, a prime location for the performance of gender. One of the themes running through the related work of Walkerdine (1990) is that classrooms Silence as Femininity?
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There are many forces at work in each situation so that the teasing out of gender or the focus on it inevitably intersects with other influences. I hope to suggest that one of the intersections includes a collision of religious identity with gender performances. Lecturing as Teaching Method Lecturing is a common teaching method at the college level: an expert prepares the lecture well in advance, allowing for considerable research, study, and rumination. University lectures are part of the participants’ daily schedules; both lecturers and students are usually present for obligatory reasons.
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