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Body Image and Self-esteem
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The relationship between body image and self-esteem is explored in this 6 page paper. Age, sex and culture are considered. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Boundary Crossing: Language
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5 pages in length. The concept of boundary crossing, as it relates to gender issues, is relevant in such a way that it forms social dictates. Clearly, boys and girls, men and women have specific gender roles to uphold that have been ingrained since childhood; when those boundaries are crossed, it sometimes creates an uneasiness that reverberates throughout society. One might readily argue that boundary crossing is significantly less acceptable when a woman is traversing the invisible line, such as with sports, politics and any other social element that has long been construed as controlled by the male gender. Pertinent to this learned social behavior is the manner by which both boys and girls are conditioned through the learning process. Among the myriad differences between men and women is the manner in which they speak. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCbndry.wps

Boylan’s “She’s Not There: A Life in Two Genders”
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A 4 page book review of Jennifer Finney Boylan’s “She’s Not There: A Life in Two Genders.” Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
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Canadian Women's Special Interest Groups: Undue Influence To Advance Their Own Agendas?
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12 pages in length. Some scholars have accused organized interests of "undue influence" in the policy process and, in particular, of using the courts to advance their own narrow interests by way of circumventing the democratic (i.e. parliamentary) policy process. The manner by which the articles in Women's Legal Strategies in Canada address the controversy surrounding the issue of using courts to promote concerns of interest groups and social movements, as well as the evidence presented by the various authors in this collection edited by Radha Jhappan, helps to refute claims of "undue influence" by women's groups in the political and legal process. However, what must be realized is how the issues at hand are viewed as unworthy of acceptance via the traditional democratic process and in need of alternative means by which to be moved forward – such as with gay and lesbian rights, feminism and other female-related social movements – derogatorily branding these interest groups as "equality seekers" who are forced to circumvent an otherwise intolerant, patriarchal and hypocritical society that eschews the freedom inherent to social diversity. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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