Stevi Jackson (1999) 'Feminist Sociology and Sociological Feminism: Recovering the Social in Feminist Thought'
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2 The permeability of sociology's frontiers, of course, works two ways - and many adjacent disciplines such as geography, social psychology and cultural studies have adopted sociological concepts and theories. This is all the more reason to ensure that we preserve what is distinctive to our discipline, lest this diffusion of sociological ideas make us appear to have nothing different to offer.
3 This 'difference'perspective derives, of course, from so called 'French Feminism" and in particular the work of the philosopher and psychoanalyst Luce Irigaray (see, for example, Irigaray 1985; 1993).
4 The 'cultural turn' is, indeed, sometimes referred to as the 'linguistic turn'.
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