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The Rebirth Of Feminism And The Emergence Of The Women's Movement: 1955-1975
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5 pages in length. Priorities began to take shape in the middle of the twentieth century that had never before been addressed. Women were prepared to put all aspects of their lives on hold as a means by which to fulfill their professional desires; however, this was not to bode well with the male gender, who was confused at the intensity with which women were forging ahead in the workplace. Along with this newfound freedom came an unexpected consequence: higher divorce rates. Because women were finding themselves capable of being self-sufficient, there came a new outlook upon relationships and the roles each gender played; as women became more independent, they were less inclined to rely upon their husbands for security. This, according to Ruth Rosen's "The World Split Open: How the Modern Women's Movement Changed America," is what set the stage for the rebirth of feminism and the emergence of the women's movement. No additional sources cited.
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The Relationship Between Culture and Gender with Regard to Familial Duties and Societal Expectation
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This 9 page paper discusses the way in which cultures tend to define gender roles so that men and women are “supposed” to perform certain duties; specifically, women are supposed to be caregivers, earning less and remaining in the home while men take more challenging positions outside the domestic circle. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Relationship Between Gender And Nationalism
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3 pages in length. The extent to which gender is inextricable intertwined with nationalism is painfully obvious when one examines the history of nationalistic strife and the virtual absence of female participation. Nationalism is political in nature, therefore, it stands to reason how men are foremost involved; by virtue of patriarchal control in countries where nationalism is commonly found, it comes as no surprise how women are not primary components of its application in the way their male counterparts are -- except for being victimized by its brutality. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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The Renaissance: Impact on Women
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A 6 page contention that women experienced both adverse impacts and positive impacts during the Renaissance of Northern Europe. As women were subjected to more and more societal ostracization from the societal structures which welcomed their husbands and other males with open arms, they became more and more determined to overcome those injustices. Because of their move from their agrarian lifestyles they had access not only to other like-minded people, but also to the societal structure which could aid them in changing forever the role and status of women. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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