Identidades, Sujetos y Subjetividades has 1 rating and 1 review. Marie said: Unnecessarily focused on gender identity issues (and I mean a whole chapter. La Entrevista, Una Invencion Dialogica (Papeles de Comunicacion). £ Paperback. Books by Leonor Arfuch. Showing 4 Results Books: Advanced Search. Diseno y Comunicacion: Teorias y Enfoques Criticos/International Migration Policies (Paidos Estudios de Comunicacion). 1 Apr by Leonor Arfuch and.
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Jul 14, Marie rated it did not like it Leonpr it for: Unnecessarily focused on gender identity issues and I mean a whole chapter of why homosexuality has to be redefined in Foucaultian terms or the media representation of transvestites I wish I could get two hours of reading back.
I fai Unnecessarily focused on gender identity issues and I mean a whole chapter of why homosexuality has to be redefined in Foucaultian terms or the media representation of transvestites I fail to see the association of such things with literature, because it was mostly presented as such, a lot of the people involved have literature degrees.
Highly focused on psychological approach too, which is about the most reductionist thing you could hope for. In all fairness, there was a vaguely interesting discussion about realism and idealism, but one of the authors did not want to assume a position, it seemed, she called herself a leohor to oppose both, somehow founded in Marx who took a lot of Hegelian idealism.
I do not understand Marxists at all, and they should quit pretending their works have to do with anything of substance at all, at least as far as literary matters are concerned. Nora marked it as to-read Nov 15, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Lfonor by Leonor Arfuch. Trivia About Identidades, Suje No trivia or quizzes yet.
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