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Hans- Christoph Diener. To request a free trial, please contact Dominik March at:. Hagel Michael Dominik. Grau, Oliver. Blended Library Abgeschlossene Projekte Forschungsprojekte As feminists assume that the differences of gender treatment is defined by culture, they believe in the possibility of change. The ideal state according to feminists then, would be the equality of men and women in every aspect of live without any differences in opportunities and social rights within society.

In the progress of time, feminism has developed and different orientations of it sharing the common idea of gender equality have separated from the basic concept. Among them the movement of liberal and radical feminism, which will be the two major feminist traditions relevant for the discussion of The Dispossessed, because Le Guin's approach of gender concepts on Anarres seems to follow the liberal perspective, whereas the main feminist criticism comes from the radical movement.

The essential goal of the Liberal Feminist Movement according to Tong is then to gain the equality of gender mainly in the public sphere. This focus is also stressed by Chris Beasley who states ''in liberal feminist thought there is a focus on the public sphere, legal, political and institutional struggles for the rights of individuals … Public citizenship and the attainment of equality with men in the public arena is central to liberal feminism'' In terms of equality in the private sphere, liberal feminism believes in the choice and autonomy of the individual.

They tend to support marriage as an equal partnership, and argue that the ending of domestic violence and sexual harassment will be achieved by the abolishment of sex-biased laws Jaggar In contrast to the values of liberal feminism stands the ideology of the radical feminist movement.

Radical feminist emphasises the patriarchal roots of inequality between, and social dominance of men and women. Chris Beasley writes ''Radical feminism pays attention to women's oppression as women in a social order dominated by men … the distinguishing character of women's oppression is their oppression as women, not as member of other groups such as their social class'' 54 This orientation opposes existing political and social organization in general because from their point of view they are inherently tied to patriarchy.

Instead, radical feminists want a revolutionary cultural change which undermines the patriarchal structures of the current system. Moreover, they claim that ''Women should not try to be like men. On the contrary, they should try to be more like women, emphasizing the values and virtues culturally associated with women'' Tong The main differences then between the two forms of feminism are that liberal feminists believe in the equality of men and women and thus want women to be treated in the same way men are, whilst radical feminists recognizes men and women as two different kinds of human beings and believe the current political and social system to favour male dominance which thus causes the oppression of women.

The society on Anarres functions as an utopian laboratory for Le Guin's thought experiment of a colony in exile who creates its own society based on anarchistic and non-possessive principles.

The philosophy behind those principles, which also serves as foundation for the Anarresti culture is based on the thoughts of Laia Odo, a female rebel that spurred the revolution which led to the settlement of Anarres approximately years before the events of the narration take place.

The fact that a female revolutionary was the founder of the new society and that her ideas are still important and highly valued after such a long time can be understand as a hint to the feminist tendency found within the structures of Anarres and there are a lot more feminist ideals implemented on this planet.

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One of the leading principles of the Odonian philosophy is egalitarianism and the solidarity of the community. It is a society without a leading government or authoritarian institutions in theory and the society lacks any form of social hierarchy. Every inhabitant is regarded a full member of the community which consequently includes the equality of gender.

With the sense of egalitarianism in their roots, the Anarrestis do not see any differences between men and women besides those based on biological facts, but they do not define the identity of a person or the role for the community.

Thus, on Anarres the sex of a person is irrelevant for the society, hence the concept of social gender becomes neutral. This is particular obvious when looking on names.

Every name on Anarres is unique and individual to a person for a lifetime.

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Produced randomly by computer, they are assigned at birth and give no indication of family, sex or regional origin.

The irrelevance of gender is also to be found when looking on the distribution of work. In the Odonian society jobs are assigned regardless of gender and based on personal ability or needs of the community by a system called Divlab.

Women work in the field of science as well as they have to do physical labour for the good of the society. Women and men thus have the same opportunities for a career but also the same responsibilities for the community. In a conversation between Shevek and Dr. Kimoe on board of the spaceship travelling to Urras, this becomes evident: ''Is there really no distinction between men's work and women's work?

A person chooses work according to interest, talent, strength - what has the sex to do with that? And even when we don't have machines, when we must dig with the shovel or carry on the back, the men maybe work faster — the big ones — but the women work longer. People are seen as individual human beings with particular talents which, when being supported, will provide beneficial effects for the society. By creating the society without gender relevance Le Guin put the basic belief of feminist, that men and women should not be stereotyped by their sex, into practise and offers the women on Anarres lots of opportunities in private as well as in social life.

The equality between men and women is also found in partnership and sexuality. Marriage, highly criticised by radical feminist, does not exist on Anarres. People having a relationship with someone, refer to themselves as ''partnered'' ibid. Within partnership men and women are independent equals who choose to be together rather than being bond to each other by an institution. It is not uncommon that a couple lives locally separated from another because they work in different areas.

Partnership therefore does not affect either the man's or the woman's career. Here again Le Guin realises feminist ideal, which is that the husband's job should not determine the career of the woman. Although long-term partnership seems to be desirable, as it is shown through Shevek's and Takver's relationship, there are also indications for anti-monogamous tendency: An Odonian undertook monogamy just as he might undertake a joint enterprise in production, a ballet or a soap works.

Partnership was a voluntarily constituted federation like any other. It was not an institution but a function. It had no sanction but that of private conscience.

Le Guin The choice remains with the individual and everyone is free to live out sexuality, whether heterosexual or homosexual, according to the own needs and preference without being socially condemned. Sexuality on Anarres absolutely mirrors the idea of sexual liberation feminist claimed for during the s.

Experimentation and intercourse with both sexes is practised by all Anarraetis from adolescence onwards ibid. Moreover, sexual activity is not associated with dominance or possession of the other, since the society values anti-propeterian ideals.

The result of this freedom of sexual expression and the lack of domination in sexual acts, involves that women on Anarres do not have to fear sexual violence from men and molestation is ''extremely rare'' ibid.

Women are not seen as sexual objects or are mainly desired for their body or beauty but are treated with respect and valued for their individual spirit : On Anarres nothing is beautiful, nothing but the faces. The other faces, the men and women.

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Enabled X-Ray: Grau, Oliver. The public sphere including University life and education, holding jobs and having a career, doing science and engaging in politics, belongs to men and offers them many opportunities. Gender in The Dispossessed 3.

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