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Turn This World Inside Out: The Emergence of Nurturance Culture (edition 2019)
by Nora Samaran
Turn This World Inside Out: The Emergence of Nurturance Culture by Nora Samaran
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As Nora Samaran writes, 'violence is nurturance turned backwards.' In its place, she proposes 'nurturance culture' as the opposite of rape culture, suggesting that models of care and accountability - different from 'call-outs' rooted in the politics of guilt - can move toward dismantling systems of dominance and oppression. Includes the essays 'The Opposite of Rape Culture Is Nurturance Culture,' 'On Gaslighting,' and 'Own, Apologize, Repair,' as well as conversations with Serena Bhandar, Ruby Smith Diaz, Aravinda Ananda, Natalie Knight, and Alix Johnson.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)305.42 — Social sciences Social Sciences Groups of people Women Role in society, status
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