But she also enjoys driving cars. But instead of recognizing the work of women , some will have little chance to take notice because their occupations demand their full attention. In the male-dominated profession of ambulance driving, Teke is a bit of a unicorn. Well, one of unicorns to be exact in the Turkish capital. But that number is rising.
The Origins of Male Domination
Maurice Godelier, The Origins of Male Domination, NLR I/, May–June
The History of the Culture of War. Warfare in prehistory and its usefulness The culture of war in prehistory Data from prehistory before the Neolithic Enemy images: culture or biology War and the culture of war at the dawn of history --Ancient Mesopotamia --Ancient Egypt --Ancient China --Ancient Greece and Rome --Ancient Crete --Ancient Indus civilizations --Ancient Hebrew civilization --Ancient Central American civilization Warfare and the origin of the State Religion and the origin of the State A summary of the culture of war at the dawn of history The internal culture of war: a taboo topic The evolution of the culture of war over the past 5, years: its increasing monopolization by the state Armies and armaments External conquest and exploitation: Colonialism and Neocolonialism The internal culture of war and economies based on exploitation of workers and the environment Prisons and penal systems
T he social inequalities between men and women are increasingly questioned by women from quite diverse milieux and waging their fight in various ways. Theoretical positions and forms of struggle which a short time ago still had some credibility, and indeed some importance, have began to be transformed by the breadth of the movement, the resulting debates and analyses, and the active encounter with the labour movement and the parties of the Left. For some people, male domination in the life of our society is the sole important form of oppression and must therefore be an exclusive target of struggle. For others, by contrast, male domination is the least important form of social oppression, coming a long way behind class exploitation, imperialist domination, and racial segregation.
Hierarchies exist across all human and animal societies, organized by what behavioral scientists refer to as dominance. Dominant individuals tend to climb higher up the hierarchy ladder of their particular society, earning priority access to resources. But dominance itself depends partly on the ability to make decisions faster than others.