Sara Scott (1999)
'Dancing to Different Tunes: A Reply to Responses to Here Be
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Received: 22/06/99 Accepted: 23/06/99 Published: 30/6/99
To say this, does not commit us to the view that the meaning of such categories are invariant, or that the boundaries can be easily settled, or that the identification of individual cases is never problematic [...] But it does mean that a woman's claim that she has been raped should not be treated primarily as a narrative. (Busfield,1996:47)
We use the cultural resources available to us in the most beneficially feminist way possible, with an accompanying knowledge of the dangers, constraints and limitations in which we are located. (Skeggs 1994:89)
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