Goldilocks has the right answer: it’s somewhere in between. My answer is when there are nine.”. Or should it accept the flaws in the founding documents, as well as in those who created them, and take a more flexible view? Trump’s appeal to base instincts and to white nationalism are exactly the things that the founding fathers feared. Would state funding resolve this issue? However, this book demonstrates that the opposite is true: government has long been a major oppressor of women and their rights. What feminist theorists have contributed to the subject is to highlight how traditional theorists’ understanding of power is narrowly state-centric, top-down and gendered. We also examine the impact of Trump upon the federal-state relationship, as well as Supreme Court decisions. But this is the problem – every meritocracy has its biases, and the goal of regulating sex equality is to provide it for people of all sexes, not just to bring women up from coverture. This episode is dedicated to the memory of James Furlong RIP. However admirable her effort, the law was right to punish Hidalgo. -- New Directions for Women "A superb reader, a lone offset to the assumption in most feminist thinking that the Daddy State can save women. © 2021 Forbes Media LLC. Therefore, it is wrong to claim that one chamber is significantly more powerful than the other. "Freedom, Feminism and the State is a provocative challenge to contemporary feminist orthodoxy." Here’s the key point, though. Given that women increasingly hold a dominant number of higher education degrees in most developed countries, it would not be such a far-fetched fear on men’s part. At its best, the devolved bodies established after 2017 have enhanced local decision making, tested fairer electoral systems and promoted representative democracy. Reports of its death have therefore been grossly exaggerated. Thus, the need to satisfy the party and to brandish ideological credentials has usurped constituent pressure as the most important factor in how a politician casts their vote. Yet in giving UK citizens to the right to use UK courts to seek redress of grievance, legal avenues to claim rights came closer to the people. Warning: there is a dubious analogy to beef burgers. Thus, the icon for this episode is adorned with your winning entry. Feminism and the state While most feminists accept that the state can play a role in ending gender inequality, they disagree on how the state should go about … What he might have been alluding to is the lip service that all Tories pay to One Nation principles or “compassionate conservatism”, just as leaders in India give a nod and a wink to socialism. My scholarship engages in critical analyses of remedies for sex inequality in corporate leadership, building on queer and critical race theory. Yet the evidence of the past decade points to a rightward shift on economics and on service provision, while Brexit has empowered the neo-conservative wing of the party to the detriment of centrist schools of thought. It would also be foolhardy to ignore non-social factors, particularly valence. Michael Foley argued that prime ministers seek to separate themselves from the forces of constraint, be it parliament, cabinet or their own party. Is the US Supreme Court a political rather than a judicial institution? Emily Calhoun writes that many readers, including herself, "simply do not see domination rooted in sexuality as the central problem for women, especially to the exclusion or minimization of problems of equality, problems of the freedom to engage with others, [and] problems of individual growth. Norway drew on this notion in mandating forty percent for its pioneering Corporate Board Quota. However, the Welfare State consider that the women who have to receive the goods and the services are the “wives” and the “mothers”. Hidalgo’s own choice here makes the point perfectly. Justice Scalia posed the question, “Who made you king?” when referring to activist judges who “read between the lines” to find new rights. While in the US, federal institutions have as much chance as influencing policy as the states. It has a theory of power: sexuality is gendered as gender is sexualized. In this special episode, we look at how different groups of Americans voted in the US election and whether any conclusions can be drawn about why Biden won. The man/woman difference and the dominance/submission dynamic define each other. (PAPER 1), Nick takes issue with how rights are protected in the UK, dismissing the idea that the country’s rights-based culture is strong enough to withstand the draconian tendencies of powerful governments. Do people participate in politics and accept that the government has legitimacy? While most feminists accept that the state can play a role in ending gender inequality, they disagree on how the state should go about it, and some even question whether they should even try. Yet don’t discount Parliament just yet. So if you get to the end of this podcast and feel angry then good! Susan Halford Feminist Change in a Patriarchal Organisation: The Experience of Women's Initiatives in Local Government and Implications for Feminist Perspectives on State Institutions, The Sociological Review 39, no.1_suppl 1_suppl (May 1991): 155–185. While referendums can legitimate policy, they divide communities. I am a professor at Haub Law School at Pace University, where I teach Contracts and Corporations. The Senate has huge influence over shaping the makeup of the US Supreme Court and in approving other presidential appointments. Is it one woman in a group, as India’s quota for women on boards mandated in 2013? Referendums are also a threat to representative democracy. Rival power centres, inept leadership and poorly handled events will do for any prime minister and even for ones with a modicum of popularity. What Hidalgo does here echoes a key purpose of one form of feminism, which focuses on advance women’s inclusion in society. Thus, electoral reform is an idea whose time has come. discrete, conceptual and applied, became possible as the state was seen to participate in the sexual politics of male dominance by enforcing its epistemology through law. ), we compare legislative output with legislative quality. It gets involved in foreign affairs and its members can literally talk a bill to death. Thank you to everyone who listens to the show. The role of money and the media, both of which are needed to appeal to a mass electorate, has not resulted in the testing of presidential qualities. In March, following another case of femicide, online users highlighted the link between gender-based violence and child abuse, particularly in instances when COVID-19 restrictions were accompanied by an increase in domestic violence. Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State spurious idea of freedom: the right of each person, briefly, to exploit and dehumanize someone else. Source questions can be tricky to plan and even harder to deliver. The US system is capable of change, while the UK system has greater rigidity than is billed. Modern and Classical Liberals might well place greater emphasis on the individual than the “common good”, but they are at odds over the usefulness of that society in helping individuals to realise their potential. Are elections free and fair? (PAPER 3). In many left feminist accounts, the state is a patriarchal institution in the sense that it reflects and institutionalizes male dominance. Wendy McElroy & Lewis C. Perry. Is age a significant determinant of voting behaviour, or were senior citizens as appalled as their grandchildren at Trump’s handling of Covid 19? Yet in the era of hyper-partisanship, this use of soft power is largely redundant. The House of Commons and House of Lords both have a range of tools with which to hold government to account, most notably the various forms of questioning that takes place on the floors of both chambers and the valuable committee work takes place off from them. In this episode, I try (badly) to introduce you to the “disagree/agree” sandwich format of writing ideologies essays. All of these feminisms have somewhat different histories. U.S. feminism emerged from several of … Whoop whoop! The Covid-19 outbreak has understandably seen crisis management centralised in the hands of the prime minister and the cabinet. Ultimately, each election is decided by a unique set of factors. Because feminists have criticized public/private distinction, feminist state theory must take this distinction into account. Is the prime minister effectively a president? While the 2019 General Election may yet see a return to strong, single party government with a clear mandate, the alternatives on offer would provide the UK with a chance to heal the wounds of Brexit. Feminism and the State: Art, Politics, and Resistance Lecture In Person: Martha Rosler Feminism and the State: Art, Politics, and Resistance is a symposium organized by The Feminist Art Project (TFAP), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and presented as a part of the 2018 College Art Association Conference. Progressive Era legislation, and the Keynesian macroeconomic policy that emerged during the 1930s Depression, were institutionalized in the post-war period. Their impact on participation varies and, perhaps most importantly, they have huge potential to mislead and to threaten minority rights. 2020 © Anchor FM Inc. All rights reserved. Proponents of this view argue that “need” is better than “neatness”. Hidalgo’s audacity in naming 11 women of 16 upper management deserves applause in that it marks the arrival of women in leadership. The founding fathers believed that the US constitution and its elaborate set of checks and balances would encourage compromise and bipartisanship. Prior to my academic career, I spent a decade in practice, largely working on international arbitration at both Clifford Chance and Skadden Arps. The purpose itself was in fact to provide equal opportunity to all sexes. The answer to the first three questions is no, and the answer to the last one is not enough. Avoiding an overly powerful executive and protecting rights can be achieved by moving away from the UK’s un-entrenched arrangements. I am a professor at Haub Law School at Pace University, where I teach Contracts and Corporations. The answer, it seems comes from a 2008 article Loving Gender Balance, which argued that the goal of sex equality is to eliminate the differences between the sexes by fostering a balance of sexes represented in leadership positions. In this brief episode, we look at the 2019 manifesto for some clues. (PAPER 1), Prime ministerial power in the age of Boris, We return to the issue of prime ministerial power, and whether the UK’s 77th prime minister, Boris Johnson, will be able to utilise the tools of office to dominate the political system. We will focus on UK politics and US politics, and also look at political ideologies, including liberalism, socialism, conservatism and feminism. Indeed, some early Republican reformers were wary of the Westernizing aspect of modernization, fearing that encouraging women to be active in public But, if we focus on the United States, we could situate the beginning of feminist activism there in the 1830s. Nick argues that from ending it, we should be mending it. No longer would they have to travel to Strasbourg to fight for their rights in the European Court of Human Rights (although they still could), the guarantor of the ECHR. It is not the courts that are acting like despots, but the prime minister. Hidalgo’s defense echoes Ginsburg’s line: decision makers must “promote women with determination and vigor because the gap is still very big.” It’s a fair point, because in France women are still sorely underrepresented in civil service leadership positions, with only 31% of such positions. It varies according to approval ratings, the type of government, national events and electoral mandates. In this episode, we focus on whether political parties adequately serve democracy. A gender balance rule works in part by protecting men from potential exclusion. What it does is at once provide opportunity to the excluded with a floor for both genders and “protect” each gender with a ceiling for the other. (PAPER 2), Is there a participation crisis in UK politics? Indeed, it makes an example of the overinclusion, and marks that feminist laws advance gender balance and sex equality for all sexes. Apologies for a very noisy fridge in the background - it makes a change from the cat, I suppose. Removing caucuses, super delegates and closed primaries could all improve the current process and lend greater legitimacy to the candidates who go on to compete in the general election. The creation of the UKSC did bestow upon top judges newfound prestige... but little else in the way of power. (Paper 1), Even Rand support the need for a state, while admittedly she argued that the “strong state is the small state”. Nick examines the various forms of political participation that are available to citizens in the UK, ranging from voting to completing e-petitions. Nick argues that if we judge the UK by posing these sorts of questions, then it is fair to argue that it is indeed suffering from a democratic deficit, made even more so by the collision between direct and representative democracy in the EU referendum, which has laid bare all the faults of the UK political system. Many feminists have believed that government is the natural ally of the women’s movement. They can entrench what needs to be overturned and delay what should be speeded up. Freedom, Feminism, and the State. We also get into the weeds of e-democracy. Introduction. machineries for the advancement of women’ or ‘gender equality machinery’ within state. Yet the fact that Trump is about to be impeached is the best argument against that argument. Yet the House of Lords is hindered by its lack of legitimacy and the restrictions placed upon it, and with the restoration of a large majority in the House of Commons, the advantage now rests with the executive. Yet the ideological distance between the two main parties and an utter refusal to compromise on even the most basic proposals has lead to gridlock, bitterness and dysfunction. Does state feminism enhance the political representation of women? We will go through as many political topics as possible to give you as much help as we can with your A Level Politics revision. I am delighted to welcome back Matthew Phillips to the show, whose phone line manages to behave up to the second segment, yet appears to self isolate for the grand finale. This was an astute means for her to sway the all-male court to her side, but it wasn’t just about strategy. Boris Johnson has insisted upon loyalty. Yet what of its future direction? According to Catharine MacKinnon, the state's invocation of neutrality and objectivity ensures that, "[t]hose Regardless of one’s position on Brexit, the last four years has taught us that the use of referendums in the UK is in need of reform. / ˈfem.ɪ.nɪ.z ə m / us / ˈfem.ə.nɪ.z ə m / the belief that women should be allowed the same rights, power, and opportunities as men and be treated in the same way, or the set of activities … Yet the limits it faces, not least from those filling its bench, means the Supreme Court is rooted in a judicial response to the cases it hears. Yet it turned out the people were wiser than the Electoral College, which gave us nativism (Trump) instead of wise albeit flawed experience (Clinton). The 2019 General Election again showed that a person’s age is a good indicator of how they vote. Enjoy! This situation is a far cry from the era of hung parliaments, when the cabinet re-emerged as a force to be reckoned with. To what extent do Socialists agree about the means and ends? It has a theory of power: sexuality is gendered as gender is sexualized. They aren’t there just to advance women. Finally, parliament should incentivise MPs to act with their conscience and stand up for the interests of their constituents, rather those of their party. In this episode, Nick goes through his checklist of tips for producing fine work. Yet class is perhaps just as important in determining election strategy. Try these questions on for size: Does Congress look like America? The primaries and caucus system in the US is undoubtedly an improvement on what came before, where party candidates were chosen in “smoked-filled rooms”, but that’s not saying much. Have the Tories abandoned One Nation Conservatism? (PAPER 1), Nick considers the problem of parties that are over reliant on rich financial backers. The FTPA has many enemies, all of whom stand to benefit if it is scrapped or circumvented. The reason Norway’s statute served as a model for so many jurisdictions is that it focuses on gender balance itself. The problem with one woman is that it’s too little: she necessarily plays a token role. Yes, powerful presidents might not need to persuade, but most presidents are not powerful for long. This level was endorsed by France’s original, path-breaking 2000 political quota, Parity, which obligated political parties to name women to fully half of all nominations for the National Assembly. Jill Vickersaccuses … Hidalgo’s response was to claim it was absurde to fine her for being far too feminist. Several parties have influenced policy over the last decade, most notably UKIP but also the Brexit Party and the DUP. It is far easier to judge success by whether presidents achieve what they set out to do. That meant that the five men composed just over thirty percent, which violated the rule of the French Civil Service Ministry. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. How powerful are pressure groups and what are the factors that affect their success? Instead, it’s all about the message. The United Nations historically has been important for feminist gains. That level is a third, because less than that number can be ignored by a majority, and doesn’t include enough diverse voices within the group to convince others. Ginsburg’s “nine women” quip sounds right in a sense – with it she clearly implied that when there were nine women at the top of their profession that would be ideal. He also suggests that while money is handy, sound leadership is even more useful. Feminism has been widely thought to contain tendencies of liberal feminism, radical feminism, and socialist feminism. How important is presidential persuasion? At some point, the divides over the economy are discussed. Citizens demanded effective measures from the State to protect women and girls. The man/woman dif-ference and the dominance/submission dynamic define each other. This is the social meaning of sex and the distinctively feminist account of Power is not fixed. ‘State feminism’ is a term that has emerged to describe ‘women’s policy agencies’, ‘national. In short, referendums are an entirely unsuitable way of making political decisions. In many countries, feminists were able to take progressive resolutions won in the UN, and push for change on the national level. (PAPER 1), It is tempting to look at the impeachment charges levied against President Trump - abuse of power and obstruction of Congress - as evidence that an all-powerful, imperial presidency exists that is associated with illegality and secrecy. While the listener may not agree, the purpose of The A Level Politics Show is to model persuasive argument so that students’ essays take up positions, dismiss views they disagree with and exude opinion. To be truly representative, parliament should not only resemble the people it serves. Oh, and well done Nayan Patel, whose imagery of the man standing up to the tanks in Tiananmen Square is ably reenacted with Lego. When the HRA was passed in 1998, few could have imagined its impact on UK Politics. The UK parliament ultimately fails all of these tests. Referendums are not the answer, but Nick argues that other forms of direct democracy could complement representative institutions and strengthen democratic legitimacy. It is time, I argue, for a federal UK. How can women maximize their political influence? The problem with half is that it may enforce too much precision on those decision on who fits best. I argue that political parties fall far short of performing these functions and, in doing so, do a disservice democracy. Welcome to The A Level Politics Show, where amazing things happen. Her upper management in the Paris city government included 11 women out of 16 total positions. If you like us then please leave a favourable rating and review on whatever platform you use to get your podcasts, so that more people can find us. The appointment process for a Supreme Court justice starts with politicians and ends with politicians. These methods and others like them have been used by all presidents to get lawmakers to do what presidents want them to do. The best pic gets to be The A Level Politics Show icon for a week. As feminism has a theory of power but lacks a theory of the state, so marxism has a theory of value which becomes class analysis, but a problematic theory of the state. Feminism is a complex set of ideologies and theories, that at its core seeks to achieve equal social, political, and economic rights for women and men.Feminism refers to a diverse variety of beliefs, ideas, movements, and agendas for action. For the sake of debate, I take the side that the court is too powerful, but I agree with my esteemed colleague that the UK judiciary is only as powerful as Parliament lets it be. It makes it clear that the law takes sex equality seriously. Nick is joined by Matthew Phillips to debate whether the UK should adopt a US-style codified constitution. While mimicking America is not fancied by either host, there are certainly lessons to be learned from many other countries. The goal is not solely to advance women, but to advance advance sex equality more broadly. Thankfully, there are some reforms that might help. Progressive economists sometimes view state and market relationships after World War II as relatively ideal, with the state supporting economic activity and helping the market economy thrive. Politics should make you feel something - your essays must too. Furthermore, the increase in partisanship has stymied attempts to properly investigate the executive branch, as Trump’s recent impeachment acquittal demonstrates. It is a moveable feast. It should gain its legitimacy from fair electoral systems. It is conventional wisdom that the US constitution is difficult to change while the UK’s uncodified and unentrenched arrangements are more flexible. Yet many of these checks are either underused or abused for political gain. Yet the House of Representatives still matters hugely as a result of its co-equal legislative power. Male and female are created through the erotization of dominance and submission. Yet with earmark reform and the continued corrosiveness of gerrymandering, satisfying constituents became less essential. The “Old” and “New” Labour factions of the Labour Party existed long before Tony Blair coined the names. It refers to any actions, especially organized, that promote changes in society to end patterns that have disadvantaged women. Many feminists have believed that government is the natural ally of the womens movement. In our previous podcast we looked at the problems in UK democracy and so it is only right to look at some of the potential solutions to those flaws. In addition, it must be noted, that men still hold dominant positions in public and private leadership, so their investment in gender balance proves crucial. Whether intended to or not, her voice will represent women’s voices, and that is necessarily inaccurate given women’s stake in the world. The 2019 general election will reinforce that trend. So feminist state theory can't be the theory focused on the state exclusively. Freedom, Feminism and the State is must reading for anyone concerned with the freedom of women.” —Jennifer Roback Morse, Senior Fellow, Acton Institute “Freedom, Feminism and the State is a superb reader, a lone offset to the assumption in most feminist thinking that the Daddy State … society, state and the economy are characterised by systematic, institutionalised and pervasive gender oppression. The late, great Neill McNaughton defined a democratic deficit as “features of the political system which do not conform to, or fall short of, the normal criteria for a true democracy.” It is therefore important to understand what the features or criteria for democracy ought to be and to judge the UK political system against them. (PAPER 3). Should we therefore judge a party system by policy influence, or who controls the executive? Nick looks at the inbuilt tension between the US government and the 50 states. That was a time of great social unrest and a proliferation of utopian movements. (PAPER 2). If the latter is the case, the UK has only one dominant party. State feminism. We take a look at those awkward 12 mark questions (Edexcel exam board) and give plenty of tips on how to approach them, and then compare the arrangements for protecting rights in both the US and UK. In doing so, it is important to examine the powers of each chamber, their status in relation to their sister chambers and their capacity to check the work of the executive. Is it now a Modern Liberal party or will it seek to outflank to Tories on the right by calling for a smaller state? Parliament is good at the former but not at the latter. Ginsburg’s solution, even in a quip, was to have all women. When The State Levies Fines On Feminism. Senators enjoy a national profile that is the envy of their colleagues in the House. Too many constitutional constraints exist to allow for an imperial presidency. Rather, it is the cause of it. After all, her own cabinet effectively signed off her on downfall. If we were to judge success by what we preferred, it is likely that we would view presidents very differently. Indeed, that’s the very purpose of the French statute Hidalgo violated, and a separate but similar quota for corporate boards. In this episode, we compare the House of Commons with the House of Representatives, and the House of Lords with the Senate. The founding fathers gave many powers to Congress in a bid to overcome tyranny. The former might give elites a bloody nose but can also intimidate minorities, while the latter might allow for compromise yet can create an aloof political class. Instead, the greatest concern to members of the House of Representatives now comes from the threat of a primary challenge. Indeed, the Attlee government was riven with internal divides, as the resignation of Nye Bevan showed. US Congress - is the Senate the more powerful chamber? Sex as such is not liberating for women. We take two things that teachers and students stay up late panicking about and, hopefully, prevent any nightmares. They have shown how traditional concepts of power concentrate on masculine notions of power as domination and disregard power emerging from the margins of society, or through cooperation between the dominated. However, it’s impact, intended or otherwise, will always be political. You are the winner of the Lego political landmark/event creation contest. Yet cabinet government is not dead, it is merely sleeping. Whether anyone can understand it is another matter! We delve into “elastic clauses” and their opposition in the form of the tenth amendment. Chinese state feminism is a kind of gender negotiation involving careful plotting undertaken with a quality of secrecy within the Party power structure (Judd 2002; Wang 2005). If The Electoral College cannot serve its purpose it should either be scrapped (unlikely) or manipulated (possible) in such a way to ensure that the winner of the popular vote always becomes president. Yet rather than showing a lack of necessity to persuade, these approaches indicate the weaknesses of presidents when persuasion is not possible or desirable. 2001, State Feminism, Women's Movements, and Job Training: Making Democracies Work in the Global Economy, New York and London: Routledge Mazur , Amy 2002 , Theorizing Feminist Policy , London : Oxford University Press Nick strongly argues that they are simply doing their job. Fix that, and good things will follow. Presidents have resorted instead to using direct authority to bypass the hurdles that the constitution puts in place. Meanwhile, the use of referendums to create new institutions in the UK, the most notable being the Scottish Parliament, makes it politically impossible to abolish them. In this legacy episode recorded in 2017, Matthew and Nick debate the House of Lords and come to different conclusions about whether to reform it. While two parties dominate vote share and seat share in parliament, popularity is only one measure of a party system. We also explore the complexities of class and income, along with voting along religious lines. Are several forms of democracy present, including direct, liberal and representative, and do they complement each other? Feminism has no theory of the state. The electoral system we currently have cannot sever us from tribalism. Clinton won three million more votes than Trump in 2016, but the current arrangements barred her from becoming the first female president. (PAPER 1). (PAPER 1), Nick looks at conservative attitudes towards society. This volume argues that this convergence between radical feminism and state’s interests arises from the emergence of, on the one hand, ‘governance feminism’ which seeks to have its ideals implemented through ‘top-down sovereigntist means’, and on the other hand, state’s interests in legitimising stricter border controls and law enforcement responses in relation to transnational … (PAPER 1), Nick examines whether the checks and balances contained in the US constitution are effective in avoiding tyranny and in encouraging bypartisanship. However, this book demonstrates that the opposite is true: government has long been a major oppressor of women and their rights. In a very real sense, the project went from marxism to feminism through method to analyze congealed power in its legal form, and state power emerged as male power. Yet when it comes to economic matters, the differences start to emerge. The greatest concern to members of the current series ( don ’ worry... 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