Definition of ecofeminism in English:

ecofeminism

Line breaks: eco|fem¦in¦ism
Pronunciation: /ˌiːkəʊˈfɛmɪnɪz(ə)m
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • A philosophical and political theory and movement which combines ecological concerns with feminist ones, regarding both as resulting from male domination of society.
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    • Political ecofeminism uses methods and approaches based on the idea that institutions like a state, which represent a convergence of different interests sharing power provide to a certain extent for the needs of the community.
    • Both standpoint feminism and ecofeminism lead us to conclude the opposite.
    • Still, this means that any college that studies/explores gender as a legitimate cultural ‘object’ of study - which most EEO institutions do - as it can legitimately study ecofeminism, all schools of it.

Derivatives

ecofeminist

noun
More example sentences
  • By claiming to speak for all women, socialist, radical, liberal and ecofeminists effect, in Haraway's view, an ‘unintended erasure of polyvocal, unassimilable, radical difference’.
  • Economic ecofeminists demand that products from unsustainable conventional fruit farms that use chemical fertilisers and pesticides should be taxed for polluting the environment.
  • I think this particular ecofeminist was saying that we should all be in tune with the sacred cycles of life.

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