By Peiying Chen
Acting Otherwise matters the concepts of motion which have been utilized by feminist students to realize the institutionalization of women's/gender reviews in universities.
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This strategy directly confronts the dominant social order through overt and emotional actions that cast direct threats onto political authorities. Advocacy is also often reactive and implemented through lobbying, litigation, media alerts, and so forth, to influence policies and public opinion. Such advocacy attacks the intermediate level of institutional or bureaucratic norms. This kind of structural confrontation usually is used as a means to achieve collective demands of reform in policy. In summary, what characterizes pathfinders is their reflexive consciousness and purposeful action.
Two hypotheses were affirmed by Gumport’s study. First, the emergence and legitimation of feminist scholars was associated with the receptivity of individual disciplines working within a variety of paradigms (that is, assumptions of knowledge, centrality of theories, basic epistemologies, and methodologies of the fields). Three disciplines were investigated—history, sociology, and philosophy. These disciplinary settings comprised the immediate contexts in which the feminist interests of women academics could be developed or encompassed.
The collective projects are diverse, yet they all tend to cut across social hierarchies comprised of class, race, and nationality, and construct theories that provide and engage narratives about women’s lives and legitimize the spaces of women’s studies in academe (hooks, 1984, 1990; Collins, 1986, 1990, 1998; Mohanty, 1988; Sandoval, 1995). Nevertheless, as a marginal field of study, women’s studies together with feminist scholarship has encountered three decades of resistance and sustained scrutiny.