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Strip Clubs: Their Role In Society
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6 pages in length. The human being is a highly sexual animal. More than any other innate attribute, sex resides at the forefront of humanity's desires. This natural reaction to the opposite sex is the fundamental reason why strip clubs exist and continue to thrive amidst public opposition. As a rule, the world of strip clubs is a man's domain where beautiful yet unattainable women are the objects of unrequited sexual desire. Theirs is a visual world that requires the stimulation of seeing a naked body in order to be aroused, which speaks directly to one of the most prominent reasons why strip clubs are such an integral part of contemporary society. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Submissive Women: Jackson, Miller, and Steinbeck
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An 8 page paper which examines the role of submissive women in a man’s world as seen in Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery,” Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” and John Steinbeck’s “The Chrysanthemums.” Annotated bibliography comprises 3 of the pages. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Susan Glaspell/Trifles
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An 8 page research paper/essay that analyzes Susan Glasgpell's major thesis in her 1916 play "Trifles," which tells how two women discern the motive and circumstances between a murder and hide evidence that would have implicated the man's wife because they can see that the woman was abused. The writer argues that Glaspell's main point is that the women constitute a jury of "peers" and have the background to judge the woman's conduct accurately while the men in the play do not. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Susan Moller Okin's "Justice, Gender, And The Family"
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6 pages in length. Susan Moller Okin, author of "Justice, Gender, and the Family," espouses to three distinct aspects of political space that deal with women and children: tradition, personal and property. Upon further examination, one finds that the author reconstructs the family as a means by which to increase political space in these three particular areas, with special emphasis placed upon women and children. The approach she takes in reconstruction is by reviewing and heavily critiquing philosopher John Rawls' social contract theory for having grossly overlooked the issue of gender. No additional sources cited.
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