Karma Chameleon: Performative Acts, Gender Constitution, and the Second British Invasion

Philosophy Study 11 (1):56-60 (2021)
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Abstract

The aim is to examine the performative acts and gender constitution in the context of the Second British Invasion. Despite the pervasive character of patriarchy and the prevalence of sexual difference as an operative cultural distinction, gender was not passively scripted on the bodies of many British singers. The subversive performances did not exclude suffering and marginalization but simultaneously undermined compulsory coherence.

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