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Bees of the World by O'Toole C., Raw A.

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38 Neoliberalism, Gender and Global Governance A gender(ed) discourse analysis of neoliberalism, the World Bank and global governance Gender relations enter into and are constituent elements in every aspect of human experience. In turn, the experience of gender relations for any person and the structure of gender as a social category are shaped by the interactions of gender relations and other social relations such as class and race.

Neoliberal development strategy, I argue throughout this book, is gendered in two ways, both of which are intertwined but, for the sake of analytical clarity, worth distinguishing. • Neoliberal development is gendered in terms of input, t which comes from the foundational economic rationality from which neoliberal strategy is formed. 14 Neoliberalism, Gender and Global Governance • Neoliberal development is gendered in terms of outcome: in the practical experiences of the poor people these strategies target, and in terms of the future continuance of the neoliberal policies in question.

In contrast, I argue that gender is not something that people possess, nor is it the reflection of any pre-given inner identity. Rarely explicit in neoliberal discourses, gender is often tacitly located, difficult to read and most clearly discernible only in the effects that it produces, constituting the social norms on which depends, as Butler articulates, the viability of our individual personhood (Butler 2004: 2). The discourses that create the ‘natural group’ that possesses ‘women’ and ‘men’ are a powerful source of compulsion and prohibition, forcing bodies and minds ‘to correspond, feature by feature, with the idea of nature that has been established for us’ (Wittig 1997: 220.

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