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by Heather Nunn


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Nunn is good on Thatcher's simplistic moralism, that all economic, political and social problems can be solved by appealing to & people' to punish & that war, crime and unemployment are due to other people's immorality

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Nunn argues that our unconscious desires and fantasies play an important part in the symbolic identifications that are crucial in modern politics. Thatcher's positioning in relation to images of social chaos and violent unrest thus rehearsed a range of aggressive and submissive fantasy scenarios in which she or her loyal subjects faced a host of malefactors, oppressive state structures, or potential emasculating dependencies. Nunn argues that our unconscious desires and fantasies play an important part in the symbolic identifications that are crucial in modern politics.

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Thatcher, Politics and Fantasy: The Political Culture of Gender and Nation, by Heather Nunn. July 2008 · Political Communication. The Swedish Military Manpower Policies and their Gender Implications 1. January 2006. The way gender and class intersect in an African context continues to be an ongoing critical lever of analysis,. despite some recent turns in the study of African gender systems that have evaded class as a critical variable.

Thatcher, politics and fantasy. the political culture of gender and nation. Published 2002 by Lawrence & Wishart in London. Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-202) and index. 208 p. ; Number of pages.

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"Drawing on a wide range of sources including speeches, press photos, campaign posters, radio interviews, magazine articles, and political biographies, this well-documented analysis explores the persona of Margaret Thatcher and the complex ways in which her politics resonated with the fears and desires of the British electorate. Whether she appears as the doughty ÔTory woman,Ö the commonsense housewife, the warrior queen, or the Iron Lady, Thatcher's leadership offers new images of gender and political power. Particular forms of femininity and masculinity are examined to redefine political leadership and national identity."
Thatcher, Politics and Fantasy: The Political Culture of Gender and Nation download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Heather Nunn
ISBN: 0853159629
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Lawrence And Wishart Ltd (April 1, 2003)
Pages: 224 pages