A fundamental concern of feminist researchers across a range of social science subjects is the study of power and its effects. The distribution of power within families, the struggle for power by social movements, and the use of power in the classroom are just a few examples. We are also directly or indirectly actors in the social dynamics we study, such as the political economy and the classroom. In addition, our primary tool, academic research, is also a particular form of power.
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