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De la masculinité à l'anti-masculinisme: penser les rapports sociaux de sexe à partir d'une position sociale oppressive

Léo Thiers-Vidal
Nouvelles Questions Féministes
Vol. 21, No. 3, Les répertoires du masculin (2002), pp. 71-83
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40619855
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Abstract

Cet article traite du rapport spécifique entre sujets connaissants « hommes » et objet de recherche «rapports sociaux de sexe». La structuration subjective en oppresseur liée à l'appartenance au groupe social hommes est discutée comme obstacle à la production de savoirs pertinents. Identifiant l'égocentrisme masculin et la condition épistémologique désavantagée comme principaux obstacles, l'auteur propose des pistes de réflexion sur la transformation possible de la subjectivité masculine et le développement d'une recherche engagée, articulées autour de l'élaboration d'une conscience anti-masculiniste. This article discusses the specific link between knowing subjects "men" and research object "social relations of gender". The subjective structuring as oppressor related to the membership of the social group men is discussed as an obstacle to producing pertinent knowledge. Identifying male egocentrism and a disadvantaged epistemological condition as main obstacles, the author proposes leads of thought on the possible transformation of male subjectivity and the development of committed research, articulated around the elaboration of an anti-masculinist conscience.

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