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Papers On Gender & Society
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Gus Lee/"China Boy"
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An 8 page analysis of Gus Lee's novel China boy, which concerns the trials and tribulations of a young Chinese-American boy. The writer uses this scenario as a springboard to discuss, in general, Western concepts of masculinity. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Hawthorne's, "The Scarlet Letter":
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This 3 page paper provides an analysis of what Hester thinks about her sin. Furthermore, this paper examines whether or not Hawthorne himself approved of her attitude toward her sin. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Heterosexuality in Male Dominance
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A 5 page paper discussing the origin and nature of male dominance as promoted by Nancy Chodorow, Catherine MacKinnon, and Gayle Rubin, and answering the question, “Would ending heterosexuality end gender?” Ending heterosexuality could have the effect of ending gender in the sense that one would not be dominant over another. However, it is likely that, were gender not an issue making distinction between classes, individuals would find another quality on which to base and justify the same type of oppression. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Hildegard of Bingen: Attitudes Toward Men And Women
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5 pages in length. Hildegard of Bingen was considered a trendsetter of her time; not only did she speak openly of sexual relations between a man and a woman, but she addressed myriad other topics that, up until her literary candor, had only been discussed in private. One area in particular that Hildegard approached with vehemence and resolution is that of the importance of men and women within the context of society. These attitudes are generally equal in respect; however, the one point the can be argued as being more significant than the others relates to her opinion of Adam and Eve. In Causeae et Curae, she argued that if Adam had succumbed to the serpent instead of Eve, the original sin thus created would have been too strong to be overcome at all. Otherwise, she believed that the roles both men and women assume within the social environment are complementary, both required for the proper functioning of society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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