Post Structuralist Feminist Analyses in Education

Feminism within poststructuralism refers to the way society is addressed with regard to race, gender, and race. Additionally, feminism also brings about the elements of transformation within the latter social relations. Feminist activists are constantly looking for a way of articulating power inequalities in society especially for those who have been undermined in the past. (Lather, 1991)
How concepts within poststructuralism feminism analyses can be applied to education
Poststructuralism comes in different forms. consequently, the manner in which the different forms are practiced also varies. However, these forms have three major concepts in common and they include. meaning, subjectivity and language. Besides the latter three elements, poststructuralism forms are also related in the manner in which they attempt to deconstruct. There is always an examination into the way society perceives certain realities and then disruption of these perceptions. In other words, there is always a tendency to disrupt these socially constructed systems. Different forms of post-structuralism have challenged social constructs and they have an attribute of controversy about them. One of the forms of post-structuralism is feminism post-structuralism. This form can be analyzed through the following three concepts and then applied in education.
Language
Through language, feminism post structuralism analyses can be applied in education. This is because one can be able to under social power, social meaning, social organization, and individual consciousness. Language is, therefore, a site for constructing social meaning. Language is a medium that facilitates the way individuals can live through the way it gives meaning to an individual’s social discourses. Language gives meaning to the world and also allows individuals certain forms of subjectivity. In the field of education. especially higher education, one can understand how women use language as a method of showing their discontent with society.