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Fashion, Gender Distinction, and the Industrial Revolution
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A 14 page discussion of the contention that gender differentiation in both the public and private spheres became increasing exaggerated during the Industrial Revolution. The author describes the clothing of the time by decade and concludes that gender distinctions in terms of fashion were indeed exaggerated. Women's fashions would be more accurately described as flamboyant than practical, a distinction which in itself served to clearly distinguish them from the male gender. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Female Androgynous Adolescents: Better Self-Image Than Being Either Very Masculine Or Very Feminine Girls?
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8 pages in length. When it comes to social acceptance, there exist some very strict guidelines: An individual is either male or female. Indeed, little room for approval is given for those who do not fall into one of these two confining categories, often forcing people to assume roles that abide by social dictates. Female adolescents are particularly susceptible to issues of androgyny as they relate to self-image and overall social acceptance. One can readily argue that those female adolescents who display androgynous tendencies do not, in fact, feel better about themselves than if they were either very masculine or very feminine girls, inasmuch society places much too much pressure for an individual to offer a clear and recognizable distinction between the two portrayals. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Female Emancipation in “Jane Eyre”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the emancipation of the female in Charlotte Bronte’s novel “Jane Eyre”. Through the eyes and mind of Jane, women gain a free perspective of the social, intellectual, financial and sexual restrictions of the Victorian era. Other characters are also used as examples of the different restrictions represented in Bronte’s society. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Female Entrepreneurship
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This 14 page paper looks at issues that concern the emergence and success of female entrepreneurs. Issues such as motivation, obstacles and barriers, different gender roles and culture are all discussed as they apply to the emergence of women entrepreneurs, including the practical aspects as well as the societal aspects. The bibliography cites 3 sources
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