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Married and Single Women in the Early Nineteenth Century
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A Comparison to Jane Austin's Emma; This 6 page paper considers the public and private perceptions of women at the beginning of the nineteen century. There was a great difference in the status of a married woman and that of a single woman, which can be seen by the way in which it contrasts with heroine of the book Emma and the self determination shown by Emma, and the results of her actions. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
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Married Women in the Workplace; A Dissertation Proposal
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This 5 page paper is a proposal for a dissertation that will study the influences that act on married women determining whether or not they actively participate in the workplace. The paper considers the background, the research question, a brief literary review as well as considering how the study may be conducted. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
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Martin & Gould/Gender Stereotype & Reproduction
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A 3 page essay that discusses the essays "The Egg and the Sperm" by Emily Martin and "Women's Brains" by Jay Gould. Both authors address how culture can shape and influence what scientists present as "fact." While Martin and Gould address different aspects of gender bias that have appeared in science, they are in agreement that gender stereotypes of male and female behavior have highly influenced how natural phenomena is perceived. Both essays suggest that the general public should be highly skeptical of science whenever so-called "scientific" conclusions appear to justify or rationalize societal biases. No additional sources cited.
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Mary Wilkins Freeman
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5 pages in length. Feminist and ghost story writer Mary Wilkins Freeman, a child of poverty, grew up surrounded by the overwhelming sense of failure that permeated from her long-suffering father, whose bouts with depression – brought on by harrowing Civil War episodes – only exacerbated his inability to sustain his family's needs. Ever resourceful, Mary did her best to alleviate the pressure at home by painting and teaching, however, the "family's economic decline" (McFadden, 2000) was in such a fierce downward spiral that even her best attempts were far too inadequate. Writing became her economic mainstay, and she began earning money for her literary efforts as early as 1881; still, this was not to be a help to her destitute family, all of who died during the following two years. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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