Feminist Theory Of Feminism

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Along with the times, there are many paradigms that evolved from the flow of feminism, that liberal feminism, Marxist feminism, radical feminism and feminist critical (Burchill dan Linklater, 1996: 283). In the discipline of international law, there have been groups of feminism that brings perspective to dismantle the dominance of masculine values that have hitherto dominated system of international human rights law (Charlesworth, Chinkin, & Wright, 1991). The emergence of thought in international law that carries feminism, in the case of the dominance of masculine values which has been dominating. This theory is part of the efforts of the feminist group as a breakthrough on the legal system that had been shackled to gender discrimination.…show more content…
The feminist perceive that women's rights restricted by law and custom, while men not. International human rights law and institutions established as a benchmark of development and sustained activity that firmly entrenched in the structure of gender bias. It was said that human rights law is a part of human domination. Therefore, most of the instruments that exist only addresses the interests, aspirations and values of the people whom they had settled (Brems, 1997). In the feminist critique debate of human rights, Lacey put individualism is the key of criticism. According to Lacey, the danger of individualism is when the subject of human rights is an individual, it can be seen from the view of liberalism against human rights. The point of the Human Rights According to the Liberalism approach is individualistic. Liberal countries deny human rights to groups. Groups rights is not the core of human rights, so it is not for the people. Lacey is one of the feminist fighters, she believes the individual may be restricted only to men or people of a certain…show more content…
Whether the woman was already talking now, even if yes not necessarily effective mechanism to challenge the system. If that's still happens, then we have to question about the ability of women to talk, challenge, and change the system. Feminist theory about internaional law and international relations are still underrepresented. While there are many difficulties in applying the feminist frameworks which fought by the feminist leaders around the world, the theory also has major stakes and the potential to change the landscape of international law and international relations. By recognizing the overlapping between criticism is an important effort as international law does not operate in vain and achieve the interests of all living beings. To create a grand theory that sums up the whole system perfectly seemed very difficult, criticism refers to gender equality will continue to emerge and gender scholars will continue to theorize about feminism and the right approach to international law. placing gender theory into practice is quite difficult. Deal on a new strategy for dealing with problems that occur in the system of international human rights law should be a priority at this time is important especially legal feminist

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