Gender, feminism and football studies

Authors: Caudwell, J.

http://eprints.brighton.ac.uk/11869/

Journal: Soccer and Society

Volume: 12

Pages: 330-344

Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

In this article, I explore some of the ways gender has been interpreted over time within different feminisms and how this might be of use to a critical football studies. I move between different feminist emphases, which include consideration of the ?category of woman?, the ?category of gender? and the ?category of femininities? and specifically in relation to football contexts. This simple model of feminist categories (?woman?, ?gender? and ?femininities?) intends to capture some of the histories of feminist theoretical development and available modes of feminist analyses. I use these categories to demonstrate the depth and breadth of feminism and the range of feminist theory available for future research and study of football and its many cultures.

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Authors: Caudwell, J.

Journal: Soccer and Society

Volume: 12

Issue: 3

Pages: 330-344

eISSN: 1743-9590

ISSN: 1466-0970

DOI: 10.1080/14660970.2011.568099

In this article, I explore some of the ways gender has been interpreted over time within different feminisms and how this might be of use to a critical football studies. I move between different feminist emphases, which include consideration of the 'category of woman', the 'category of gender' and the 'category of femininities' and specifically in relation to football contexts. This simple model of feminist categories ('woman', 'gender' and 'femininities') intends to capture some of the histories of feminist theoretical development and available modes of feminist analyses. I use these categories to demonstrate the depth and breadth of feminism and the range of feminist theory available for future research and study of football and its many cultures. © 2011 Taylor & Francis.

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