10/22 Discussion Question: Sex and the City

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Brasfield raises the question of "Are the views presented by Sex and the City representative of a hegemonic discourse or do these views represent socially construction, apolitical perspectives?" Which view do you believe the shows represents more? Do you think it represents a different view aside from the ones stated?

Sex and the City Between the five levels Brasfield speaks about (hegemonic feminist practices, racism and ethnocentrism, sexism and patriarchy, heterosexism and homophia, & class exploitation), do you think there is one that is extremely dominant in Sex and the City? Which one and why? Or do you believe they all balance each other out?

Lastly, do you think the concept of hegemonic feminist practices is an ongoing issue we should be truly concerned about, or do you find it more so to be entertainment within the series?

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