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"Kyriarchy" is a concept named by feminist theologian [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elisabeth_Sch%C3%BCssler_Fiorenza Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza] that refers to social structures based on domination and coercion. "Kyriarchy" is strictly more general than "[[patriarchy]]", and using it is one way of recognizing that gender is not the only axis along which people can abuse their power over others.
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"Kyriarchy" is a concept named by feminist theologian [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elisabeth_Sch%C3%BCssler_Fiorenza Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza] that refers to social structures based on domination and coercion. "Kyriarchy" is strictly more general than "patriarchy", and using it is one way of recognizing that gender is not the only axis along which people can abuse their power over others.
 
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
 
* [[Intersectionality]]
 
* [[Intersectionality]]
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== Further reading==
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*[http://myecdysis.blogspot.com/2008/04/accepting-kyriarchy-not-apologies.html Accepting Kyriarchy, Not Apologies], the introduction of the term to the feminist blogosphere
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*[http://www.myecdysis.com/2010/11/truthout-about-kyriarchy-an-open-letter-to-feminist-writers-bloggers-and-journalists/ Truthout About Kyriarchy: An Open Letter To “Feminist” Writers, Bloggers, and Journalists]
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Latest revision as of 17:52, 14 October 2014

"Kyriarchy" is a concept named by feminist theologian Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza that refers to social structures based on domination and coercion. "Kyriarchy" is strictly more general than "patriarchy", and using it is one way of recognizing that gender is not the only axis along which people can abuse their power over others.

See also

Further reading