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The Treatment of Gender in Mongolia
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This 10 page paper explains why women are considered to be equal to men in Mongolia, despite a tradition of patriarchy. The unique blend of tradition and Buddhism seems to have paved the way for a gender equal society. The family structure of the Mongolian people is explored along with other aspects of daily life in the context of a hypothetical example concerning human services workers. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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The Treatment of Women in the Workplace
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This 3 page paper examines a student's results of a questionnaire on gender bias. Gender is discussed as it is an issue in the workplace. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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The Truth About Oppression of Women
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6 pages in length. Discussion focusses on two articles by Elizabeth Spelman and Marilyn Frye in what women and oppression truly represents. Women are labelled in one way and can never escape the label. For this reason, women, no matter what their economic class or race, have the permanent difficulty of being labelled as 'women' - and enduring oppression. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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The Use of Metaphors in Judy Ruiz’s Essay “Oranges and Sweet Sister Boy”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the use of metaphors in Ruiz’s essay “Oranges and Sweet Sister Boy”. Judy Ruiz’s 1988 essay “Oranges and Sweet Sister Boy” tells of the experience and feelings a woman has when her brother informs her that he is having a sex change operation and will now be her “sister”. In an effort to grasp this realization, the narrator tells the story of her and her brother through a series of flash backs which seem to help clarify for her that her brother’s decision is his own and he seems to be happy with it. Another method the narrator uses to clarify the situation for herself is her use of metaphors, the most prominent being the orange, which symbolize aspects of life and how well life in lived. In addition to the orange metaphors, the narrator also uses other fruit and food metaphors to describe personalities, as well as sexual metaphors, clothing metaphors and lingo used within the mental health system. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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