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    Globalization, the `new economy' and working women: Theorizing from the New Zealand designer fashion industry.Maureen Molloy & Wendy Larner - 2009 - Feminist Theory 10 (1):35-59.
    This paper arises out of research on the New Zealand designer fashion industry. An unexpected success story, this export-oriented industry is dominated by women as designers, employees, wholesale and public relations agents, industry officials, fashion writers and editors, in addition to women holding more traditionally gendered roles as garment workers, tastemakers and consumers. Our analysis of the gendered globalization of the New Zealand fashion industry exposes a number of disconnections between women's positions in this industry and the literatures on globalization, (...)
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    Imagining (the) Difference: Gender, Ethnicity and Metaphors of Nation.Maureen Molloy - 1995 - Feminist Review 51 (1):94-112.
    This article critiques the way in which three feminist authors reinscribe traditional liberal values when seeking new ways of thinking about the nation. It suggests that in rejecting affective or embodied metaphors, such as community or kinship, the authors fall into the trap of reinscribing values which have historically excluded women and ethnic or racial minorities from full participation in the polity. The article argues for a rejection of the affect/rationality model which underpins these arguments and suggests that new metaphors (...)
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    From Z to A: Žižek at the Antipodes.Heather Worth, Maureen Molloy & Laurence Simmons (eds.) - 2005 - Wellington, N.Z.: Dunmore Publishing.
    Slavoj Zizek is regarded as one of the pre-eminent European cultural theorists of the last decade. His growing body of work has generated considerable controversy and transformed the way we think about issues of popular culture and politics. This volume provides a critical reflection on Zizek's ideas and his intellectual itinerary. As well as bringing a Zizekian analysis to a discussion of the cultural and social aspects of nationhood in New Zealand and the Southern hemisphere, it will provide readers with (...)
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