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Soziologie der Geschlechterkritik

Ethnografie eines „Ladyfests"
Nomos,  2021, 221 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8487-8263-5

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The work is part of the series Nomos Universitätsschriften – Soziologie (Volume 20)
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englischThis case study examines queer–feminist critique of gender differences and asks how gender categorisation is handled in this critical practice. Conceptually, the study develops the perspective of the sociology of gender critique, in which both traditional gender arrangements and critique of them are understood as contingent social phenomena. The fact that the investigation in this case encounters a field strongly shaped by academic discourse is taken as an opportunity to reflect on academic knowledge production: How do gender-critical practices inside and outside academia co-produce the very phenomena they criticise?

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