Table of contents for Feminist communication theory / edited by Lana F. Rakow and Laura A. Wackwitz.


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Contents
Preface
Feminist Communication Theory: An Introduction
PART 1: DIFFERENCE
Difference in Feminist Communication Theory
Reading 1: Who is Your Mother? Red Roots of White Feminism
Paula Gunn Allen
Reading 2: The Necessity of Differences: Constructing a Positive Category of Women
Marilyn Frye
Reading 3: Reconciling Equality to Difference: Caring (F)or Justice for People with Disabilities
Anita Silvers
Reading 4: Becoming Post Colonial: African Women Changing the Meaning of Citizenship
Patricia McFadden
Reading 5: On the Logic of Pluralist Feminism
Mar¡a C. Lugones
PART 2: VOICE
Voice in Feminist Communication Theory
Reading 6: ?The Grace of Form?: Class Consciousness and an American Writer
Linda McCarriston
Reading 7: ?For Every Gesture of Loyalty, There Doesn?t Have to be a Betrayal?: Asian American Criticism and the Politics of Locality
Leslie Bow
Reading 8: Speaking the Corn into Being
Diane Glancy
Reading 9: Touching the Air: The Cultural Force of Women in Chile
Catherine M. Boyle
Reading 10: Love of the Other
Luce Irigaray
PART 3: REPRESENTATION
Representation in Feminist Communication Theory
Reading 11: Real and Imagined Women: Politics and/of Representation
Rajeswari Sunder Rajan
Reading 12: Negative Images: Towards a Black Feminist Cultural Criticism
Michelle Wallace
Reading 13: The Technology of Gender
Teresa de Lauretis
Reading 14: Images, Ideology, and Women of Color
Leith Mullings
Reading 15: Democracy Without Women is No Democracy: Women?s Struggles in Postcommunist Russia
Elizabeth Waters & Anastasia Posadskaya
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Feminist theory, Communication criticism