A synergetic machinery, if you will, or, in the words of Foucault which she quotes, a technology.
Now neither this observation nor the age-old discussion it springs from are new.
Her areas of interest include semiotics, psychoanalysis, film theory, literary theory, feminism, women's studies, lesbian- and queer studies. Fluent in English and Italian, she writes in both languages.
Additionally, her work has been translated into sixteen other languages.
In other works, the reading of a fictional, cinematic or critical text provides the occasion to articulate a theoretical problem or to engage in a current criticial debate about feminism and the limitations of “sexual difference”.
Her book is aimed at every feminist in need of theoretical ammunition and for every theorist in need of feminist enlightenment.
The transition from a postfordist society, as described by Antonio Negri and Paolo Virno, marks a shift from a sexo-organic industrial society to an information system of prosthetic and polymorphous gender.
The "informatics of domination" is how Haraway describes the current position of sexual and cultural minorities as they face the increasing globalization of the systems of production and reproduction of gender, sex and race.
Her (Peircean) "habit" or "habit-change" is often compared to Bourdieu's notion of habitus.
Michel Foucault’s analysis of body excludes the consideration of the specificity of the female body that many feminists have criticized.