Introduction to the refereed papers

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This is an introduction to a series of academic papers I sent to refereed journals and which were rejected by the journals concerned. I have included on UNSWorks the papers, the reviewers’ reports giving their reasons for the rejections, and my responses to those reports. The papers are: ‘What does it mean to call feminism “white and middle-class?”’ (1994) ‘Feminism and the problem of individualism’ (1997) ‘Feminism and the struggle over meaning’ (1998) ‘The trouble with individualism …: a discussion with some examples’ (1999) ‘What counts as feminist theory?’ (2000) ‘Power and distaste: tolerance and its limitations’ (2002). Another paper, written after this Introduction, is also included on UNSWorks: ‘Social capital and its popularity’ (2007)
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Thompson, Denise
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2004
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