The selfish gender, or the reproduction of gender asymmetry in gender studies

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Gender discrimination can be overt anddeliberate. It can be covert and indeliberate.In the latter case it is called `asymmetry'.The gender studies community aims to reveal andeliminate any forms of gender asymmetry.However, insufficient methodological andtheoretical reflection implies the reproductionof gender asymmetry throughout genderstudies
Keywords asymmetry  gender  reductionism  Russia  symmetry
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DOI 10.1023/A:1021805814173
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