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By Lynn Staeheli, Eleonore Kofman, Linda Peake

Mapping girls, Making Politics demonstrates the a number of ways that gender impacts political tactics and the politics of house. The publication starts by means of addressing feminism's theoretical and conceptual demanding situations to standard political geography and than applies those views to a number of settings and subject matters together with nationalism, migration, improvement, diplomacy, elections, social activities, governance and the surroundings within the international North and South.

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In her critique of social contract theory, Pateman (1989) described the theoretical impoverishment of citizen political rights. Although classical political theory recognizes that humans have natural political rights, these are rights that are always given up to the state through the social contract. Pateman called instead for an understanding of democracy in which citizens can act politically in a manner whereby political rights can be reaffirmed, regained, or strengthened; in other words, she imagined a situation in which political liberties are positive and not just negative (Dietz 1987).

Collins (1998) had a similar perspective: No social theory is inherently dominant or oppositional—these categories gain meaning only in relationship to one another. The oppositional nature of any social theory lies not within the essence of its constructs, paradigms, or epistemology. Instead, the types of socially constructed relations it has with other social theories—themselves representing varying patterns of dominance and opposition to yet other discourses, all changing through time—frame its oppositional practice.

Feminist political geographers can provide important interventions in order to understand the complex relationship between metaphor and materiality in the process of making worlds (see collection edited by Aiken et al. 1998). To illustrate the role feminist political geographers can play, I now turn to certain analytics feminist geographers have provided for reading globalization and politics. In an era of globalization, the spatiality of politics has become more evident. Yet, as I suggested previously, such spatiality can have a metaphorical aspect as well as a material aspect.

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