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The Rules: Playing Hard to Get
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A 7 page paper which discusses how one of the rules in ""The Rules: Time tested secrets for capturing the heart of Mr. Right" by Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, that being playing hard to get in getting a man to marry a woman is not an accurate rule at all, though often used by both sexes. Bibliography lists 5 additional sources.
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The Seven Sisters/Women's Education
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A 4 page research paper that discusses the Seven Sisters, that is, Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe, Smith, Vassar and Wellesley, seven historically all-women colleges that collectively came to be known as the Seven Sisters. These institutions were created in the nineteenth century to meet the educational needs of women, which had largely been ignored until the creation of these institutions. The emergence of the Seven Sisters revolutionized the face of female education, as this development in women's education constituted a tremendous advancement that promoted a more egalitarian society. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Sexual Revolution of the 1920s
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A 12 page contention that the 1920s did indeed spawn a sexual revolution. The industrialization which would overtake the U.S. in this time period would impact us in some very astounding ways. One of these ways was the advent of the sexual revolution, a revolution in which the mores and social behavior of the newly-named “flapper” would usurp those of the traditional American housewife. The flapper would come to epitomize the liberation of American women from the rigidly-defined patriarchal system which had kept them and their female ancestors bound practically since the beginning of mankind’s reign on earth. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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The Status Of Men And Women In Early Modern French Society: Bertrande De Rols And Francois Poullain De La Barre's Treatises
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7 pages in length. Had Bertrande de Rols learned to read and lived long enough to have had the opportunity to partake of Francois Poullain de la Barre's "Three Cartesian Feminist Treatises," thereby giving her the chance to debate with him the status of men and women in early modern French society, one might readily surmise how gleefully overwhelmed and supportive she would have been with his argument. Responding with resounding defense, Bertrande – as depicted in Natalie Zemon Davis' "The Return of Martin Guerre" – would have likely helped him champion his cause, since she was quite a defiant, strong willed woman in an era when such attributes were not readily accepted in the female gender. Even though her situation in sixteenth-century France may have reflected a bit more gender equality in certain familial ways – "…the testaments in the area around Artigat rarely benefit one child but instead provide dowries for the daughters…(If there are only daughters, the property is divided equally among them)" (Zemon Davis PG) – Bertrande would have experienced for herself the extent to which such inequity was ripe for challenge in relationship to the world that Poullain experienced a century later. No additional sources cited.
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