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misogyny

 [mĭ-soj´ĭ-ne]
aversion to women.

mi·sog·y·ny

(mi-soj'i-nē), Do not confuse this word with misogamy.
Aversion to or hatred of women.
[G. miseō, to hate, + gynē, woman]

misogyny

/mi·sog·y·ny/ (mĭ-soj´ĭ-ne) hatred of women.

misogyny

(mĭ-sŏj′ə-nē)
n.
Hatred or mistrust of women.

mis′o·gyn′ic (mĭs′ə-jĭn′ĭk, -gī′nĭk) adj.

misogyny

[misoj′inē]
Etymology: Gk, misein, to hate, gyne, women
an aversion to women. misogynist, n., misogynistic, adj.

mi·sog·y·ny

(mi-soj'i-nē)
Aversion to or hatred of women.
[G. miseō, to hate, + gynē, woman]
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Nagayama Hall, The Influence of Misogynous Rap Music on Sexual Aggression Against Women, 19 PSYCHOL.
The overwhelming preponderance of women's crime can be directly linked to social, cultural, economic, sexual, and political oppression in a society that negates women's work in the private sphere, undervalues women's work in the public sphere, and continues to restrict the full civic engagement of women through misogynous institutions.
However, in a dissenting opinion, Judge Keith stated that he could not "agree that the effect of pin-up posters and misogynous language in the workplace can have only a minimal effect on female employees and should not be deemed as hostile or offensive" (Bennett-Alexander & Hartman, p.
However, by deconstructing the gendered stereotypes and misogynous jokes upon which the narrative transgressions are founded, the politics of historiographic metafiction--however progressive they may be in other aspects--are shown to be compromised.
Scholars and cultural critics such as Sharpley-Whiting, Tricia Rose and Nelson George, who have addressed misogynous lyrics in hip hop, have noted that from about the mid-1980s to today, many rap lyrics have centered not on the verbal dexterity of the artists, but rather on "bitches," "ho's" and on explicit slang for female genitalia (Sharpley-Whiting 2007, Rose 1994, George 1998).
The same misogynous concept has been used in an analysis of a story by Lazarevic, in a textbook used for teaching Serbian literature, while inadequate approaches are found in the translation of Lazarevic's story into English, as well as in the works of scholars.
In Freud's cultural environment where anti-Semitism is expressed through utterly sexual forms, particularly misogynous and homophobic, the circumcised Jew also mirrors the failure of sex, and the subsequent illusion of gender and race, all unbearable to his persecutors.
Aware of his inability to control female signification (and the sexual license such powers imply) Morose therefore seeks a wife who cannot signify--that misogynous, oxymoronic wonder, the 'silent woman'.
What came to my mind was not the misogynous aspect emphasized by Graciela Candano Fierro, from the Autonomous National University of Mexico, UNAM, in her article on the narrative frameworks in the Book of Sendebar and the story of Calila and Dimna (AIH.
For in addition to inflicting an unspeakable suffering on those accused, and perpetrating a misogynous ideology that degrades all women, they have devastating consequences for the communities affected, especially the younger generations.
As a historian steeped in sociology, Berglund attempts to show that San Francisco was not the tolerant, sophisticated place it has pretended to be, but an imperialistic, elitist, sexist, racist, misogynous one with a social "continuum" of classes, from "inferior" (poor people, people of color, and women of all races and classes) to "superior" (wealthy, white, English-speaking, heterosexual males).