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Argument and Community in the Markets Debate
Feminist Economics (1997)
  • Barbara E. Hopkins

In this essay, I use personal experiences in the markets debate to illustrate how relationships of power are used to silence opposing arguments and dominate debate. I argue that presentation of women's experience and building on previous research by feminists must be accepted as valid arguments in a feminist community. Finally, I urge feminists to work together and reject these power plays.

  • Feminist Theory,
  • Feminist Praxis
Publication Date
January 1, 1997
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Barbara E. Hopkins. "Argument and Community in the Markets Debate" Feminist Economics Vol. 3 Iss. 1 (1997)
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