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Nostalgia and sexual difference

the resistance to contemporary feminism

by Janice L. Doane

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Published by Methuen in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • American fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism,
    • Feminism and literature -- United States -- History -- 20th century,
    • Women and literature -- United States -- History -- 20th century,
    • Psychological fiction, American -- History and criticism,
    • American fiction -- Male authors -- History and criticism,
    • Sex differences (Psychology) in literature,
    • Feminist fiction -- History and criticism,
    • Nostalgia in literature,
    • Feminists in literature,
    • Misogyny in literature,
    • Nostalgia in literature,
    • Men in literature

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJanice Doane & Devon Hodges.
      ContributionsHodges, Devon L., 1950-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS374.F45 D6 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 169 p. ;
      Number of Pages169
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2734266M
      ISBN 10041601531X, 0416015417
      LC Control Number86028564

        If experiencing nostalgia is making you feel bajiggity, it actually might be rumination. While a little rumination is good, if it's taking over your life, it's OK to ask for help. It joins notions of sexual equality to claims of "natural" difference, establishing a fraught basis for respectable romantic marriage. Heterosexual union is then treated as emblematic of, if not essential to, the success of American political life yet far from creating gender stability, these tensions produce an endless striving for balance.

      Sexual fantasies about past partners (i.e., sexual nostalgia) were distinct from other types of sexual fantasies (Study 1) and the effects could not be attributed to general nostalgia (Study 2) or sexual desire (Study 3). Chronic sexual nostalgia detracted from satisfaction over time.   This WAS a strange little movie, wasn’t it? Originally aired on Septem See more at our Site: Follow us on Twitter: htt.

        The National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior (NSSHB) revealed that Americans between the ages of 14 and 94 have quite a repertoire. It’s never about just one sex act. In fact, survey.   A controversial thinker targets the nostalgia behind our political moment – from Trump to Brexit, Putin to militant Islam That earlier book dealt with the likes of gender and sexual.


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At the heart of the book is the idea that the cinema is "a machine for the generation of desire," for exploring and exploiting sexual difference. This thesis comes into play most tellingly when she engages specific films, including Gilda, Pandora's Box and La Signora di by:   Nostalgia and Sexual Difference (RLE Feminist Theory) DOI link for Nostalgia and Sexual Difference (RLE Feminist Theory) (RLE Feminist Theory) Nostalgia and Sexual Difference (RLE Feminist Theory) book.

The Resistance to Contemporary Feminism. Edited By Janice Doane, DEVON HODGES. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published Cited by: 2. Book Description Dissatisfaction with the present can cause people to gaze nostalgically back to an idealized past; that nostalgia pervades contemporary rhetoric.

In lamenting the ‘degeneracy’ of present-day America, social and literary critics as well as contemporary novelists often choose as their scapegoat the women’s movement and its. An illustration of an open book.

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In a series of chapters on confession, nostalgia, the 'memories of boyhood' film and the memoir, Susannah Radstone sets out to complicate this claim. Experimental research shows nostalgia to be an overwhelmingly positive emotion.

However, studies of nostalgia in everyday life show it to be more bitter than sweet. Open mobile menu. The difference between “good” nostalgia and “bad” nostalgia, then, has far less to do with the actual content of our remembered autobiographical past, than with our.

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But sensuality itself is not about sex. You can be sensual with your friends, your family and absolute stranger, for whom you feel no desire at all. Sexuality is the energy of your second chakra – the Sacral Chakra.

It is linked to water and taste. Kissing, bathing and flowing are all watery in nature. Nostalgia is one of the reasons often cited for the Leave vote. But what kind. Lindsay Richards (University of Oxford) identifies two underlying dimensions of nostalgia – ‘traditional’ and ‘egalitarian’.

People with high levels of egalitarian nostalgia were just. "With interest, energy, and a tinge of nostalgia, Paoletti explores the unsettling of gender roles and identity in the late s and '70s caused by the sexual revolution and the fight for equal rights through the popular but short-lived trend in unisex clothing for Reviews: 4.

This book is an important and timely intervention into current debates within queer and feminist theory on the respective limits of these scholarly fields. sexual difference, and gender. and author of Mad for Foucault: Rethinking the Foundations of Queer Theory; Maternal Pasts, Feminist Futures: Nostalgia, Ethics, and the Question of.

There’s always the worry that nostalgia will make me overlook major flaws in a book – especially when it comes to books I loved a long time ago and would probably react to differently now – but I’d like to think I’m able to separate them enough to recognize that.

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