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date: 19 September 2020

gender and performance 

Source:
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance
Author(s):
Lib TaylorLib Taylor

Aconcern with identity politics has made issues of gender fundamental to late twentieth- and early twenty-first-century culture. The significance of gender in determining social behaviour and in defining power relations between men and women has been a major part of cultural debates since the 1970s. Theatre, like other cultural practices, has developed ways of engaging with ... ...

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