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Accounting in other wor(l)ds: a feminism without reserve. (The Appeal of Other Voices: Accounting as a Social Practice: Perspectives from the Humanities)

Shearer, Teri L. ; Arrington, C. Edward

Accounting, Organizations and Society, Feb-April, 1993, Vol.18(2-3), p.253(20) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Accounting in other wor(l)ds: a feminism without reserve. (The Appeal of Other Voices: Accounting as a Social Practice: Perspectives from the Humanities)
  • Autor: Shearer, Teri L. ; Arrington, C. Edward
  • Assuntos: Accounting -- Beliefs, Opinions And Attitudes
  • É parte de: Accounting, Organizations and Society, Feb-April, 1993, Vol.18(2-3), p.253(20)
  • Descrição: The application of feminist theory to accounting philosophy and practice is examined. Accounting and sexuality are interconnected in that both aresocial and historical results of discourse and representation. Luce Irigaray's deconstruction of Freudian and Lacanian theories of the differences between the sexes is applied to the concepts of value, subjectivity and intersubjectivity as related to accounting. This discourse results in speculative reconfigurations of the accounting practice as embodied in Irigaray's concept of the feminine imaginary or the pre-discussion possibilities for sexual differences. The analysis concludes that accounting is the result of a phallocentric perspective of value, ethics and economics.

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