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Bernard Lefkowitz/"The Glen Ridge Rape"
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A 5 page analysis of Bernard Lefkowitz's book on the rape of a retarded adolescent by a group of privileged, affluent, white high school sports stars. The writer summarizes the sociological profile that Lefkowitz offers of this community. No additional sources cited.
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Betty Friedan's "The Feminine Mystique"
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5 pages in length. That patriarchy has been the controlling social force for centuries has effectively placed the female gender in the shadows of acceptance, while the male gender has successfully progressed in all possible areas: politics, education and economics. "The Feminine Mystique" by Betty Friedan – originally penned in the 1960s – notes that for women, these areas have long histories of restraint through design of the woman’s role; the effects of such designs have been so well entrenched that they have automatically applied to essentially every other area of public life. No additional sources cited.
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Betty Friedan's "The Feminine Mystique" And Eldridge Cleaver's "Soul On Ice"
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8 pages in length. Comparing the postwar work of Betty Friedan to that of Eldridge Cleaver is to draw a common denominator from two seemingly divergent perspectives. While Friedan's The Feminine Mystique addresses the cultural narrow-mindedness of gender, Cleaver's account in Soul On Ice focuses upon the long-standing racial inequities that have plagued man since the beginning of time. Clearly, to compare these two works encourages the student to seek out this common denominator; at the same time, however, the student will also want to discuss the individual characteristics pertinent only to each specific book. No additional sources cited.
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Betty Friedan, bell hooks And Alice Walker: Contributions To African-American Society
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10 pages in length. There have been myriad contributions made to forward the progression of the African-American society, however, one might readily surmise that none have had both the power and influence to enact such change as what has come from the literary world. Betty Friedan, bell hooks and Alice Walker are but three of numerous printed voices who have played an integral role in significantly impacting positive change amidst an otherwise racially ruled society. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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