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Open Access The many voices of Rastafarian women : sexual subordination in the midst of liberation

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The many voices of Rastafarian women : sexual subordination in the midst of liberation

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Author calls it ironic that although Rasta men emphasize freedom, their relationship to Rasta women is characterized by a posture and a rhetoric of dominance. She analyses the religious thought and institutions that reflect differential access to material and cultural resources among Rastafarians. Based on the theory that male physical power and the cultural institutions created by men set the stage for male domination over women.

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