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Nordic Journal of African Studies
The conceptual framework of feminism, as a reactionary ideology, basically consists of 'power,' 'woman,' 'rights,' and 'equality'. The same can be said of African feminism, which has on its priority list such goals as self-determination, which have economic overtones sewn on a materialistic metaphysic. African womanism, despite its pretensions to seeking cooperation or its advocacy for interdependency between men and women, uses a model of conscientisation of women that is foreign to Africa,fatcat:5tglm33wqfgyfehj2ohkqb4k5i