The Moral Landscape and Women’s Agency: Toward a Feminist Theory of Transnational Responsibilities
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Rajeh, K. (1). The Moral Landscape and Women’s Agency: Toward a Feminist Theory of Transnational Responsibilities. Al-Raida Journal, 43(1), 66-82. Retrieved from http://alraidajournal.com/index.php/ALRJ/article/view/1749

Abstract

The emergence of postcolonial feminism in the late 20th century ushered in new debates surrounding the theory of agency and women in non-Western countries. In feminist discourse, agency can be defined as a woman’s capacity for individualized choice and action, free from the invasive influence or coercion of any other individual.
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