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“Perspectives on women’s education: Fonte and Vives”
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A five page paper which contrasts the respective attitudes towards women’s education in Moderata Fonte’s The Worth of Women and Juan Vives’ The Education of a Christian Woman. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: JLfonte.wps

“Story of an Hour” and “The Necklace”: A Comparison of the Short Stories by Kate Chopin and Guy de Maupassant
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A 6 page paper comparing and contrasting these two short stories. Emphasizes that Kate Chopin was one of the greatest female writers of the late 1800s. Concentrating on short stories, Chopin used her extraordinary talent to illuminate the societal plight of women during the Victorian era. While Chopin is distinctive in her own right, she looked to the writings of her contemporary, French author Guy de Maupassant, for inspiration and stylistic guidance. Comments on the parallels between theme, characters, and conclusion in these two stories. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPstory.doc

“The Awakening”: An Analysis of Women’s Roles in Chopin’s Novel
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A 5 page review of the role of women in terms of their societal class and race. The author asserts that while there are many peripheral female characters in “The Awakening” each is treated as though she is invisible both by Chopin and her protagonist “Edna Pontellier”. This paper attempts to provide an understanding of the importance of those women and the reason they were treated as though they were invisible. Not only does economics play a role in that perception of invisibility, so too does race. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPchopin.rtf

“The Wonder of Boys” by Michael Gurian
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A 5 page book report on “The Wonder of Boys: What Parents, Mentors and Educators Can Do to Shape Boys Into Men” by Michael Gurian. Bibliography lists 1 additional source.
Filename: RAgurian.rtf

“Women in Christianity”: A Review of the Book by Hans Kung
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A 6 page overview of the manner in which we have historically viewed the role of women in Christianity. Kung targets theologians and the general readership alike in his discourse on the manner in which Christian women have been treated by their fellow Christians, and the social setting which inspired that treatment. Kung’s intent is to analyze the past injustices and to chart the way for a new theology of women in the Christian religion. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPwomChr.rtf

“Women in Control?” by Frances Heidensohn
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A 5 page review of Frances Heidensohn’s book “Women in Control? The Role of Women in Law Enforcement.” Bibliography lists 3 additional sources.
Filename: RAwmncop.rtf

"Fasting Girls: The Emerging Ideal Of Slenderness In American Culture": Overview
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4 pages in length. Modern diets of teenage girls reflect the significant pressures placed upon impressionable adolescents. Whether the influence is that of popular culture, athletics or peer pressure, young girls are faced with conflicting information when it comes to how society perceives attractiveness. Joan Jacobs Brumberg's article entitled "Fasting Girls: The Emerging Ideal of Slenderness in American Culture" delves deeply into the reasons why American popular culture has such a stranglehold upon the way in which girls view themselves and the drastic actions they take in order to portray the image of slenderness. Much of the issues with body image and self-esteem manifest themselves in eating disorders, a particularly pertinent concern with impressionable adolescents. Eating disorders, such as bingeing, purging and fasting, are as much a part of adolescent life as Friday night pizza parties and football games. Adolescent females, in particular, are significantly more susceptible because they are keenly aware of their physical appearance, which is oftentimes distorted by an unbalanced self-esteem. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCFstng.rtf

"Gender Stereotyping in the English Language" By Laurel Richardson
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A 5 page summary overview of the article, along with critical commentary on the author's findings. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGgentyp.wps

"Men and Women of the Corporation"
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A 5 page overview of the problems confronting women in the workplace. Emphasizing the work presented by Rosabeth Moss Kanter in her book "Men and Women of the Corporation", the author of this paper examines the hierarchical relationship of the workplace and details how this relationship is determined to a large degree by gender. No other sources are listed.
Filename: PPgndCrp.rtf

"The Dragon's Village" Chen Yuan-tsung (1980)
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(14 pp.) A Chinese history scholar has written: "Most sympathetic observers of Chinese women have … concluded that a major obstacle on the road to furthering gender equality in China remains the task of overcoming women's long ingrained 'sense of inferiority ' in their new roles and their acceptance of subordination in light of a thousand years of cultural conditioning." This issue will be discussed in relationship to Chen Yuan-tsung's autobiography, The Dragon's Village (1980) Bibliography lists 1 sources.
Filename: BBchnwm.doc

"The Role of Women in Human Evolution"
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A 3 page review of author Margaret Ehrenberg's views on the emergence of gender roles in mankind's evolution. Published in editors Caroline B. Brettell and Carolyn F. Sargent anthology titled "Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective", this article questions the traditional anthropological explanation of women's role in evolution. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPGndClt.rtf

"Trumpet"
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A 6 page review of the novel by Jackie Kay. The novel features many of the elements of the life of a real American jazz musician, Billy Tipton. Like Tipton the main character of this book, Joss, led his life as a man yet upon his death it was discovered that he was in fact anatomically female. The author of this paper analyzes the reasons that might have prompted Joss to change his gender. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPtrumpt.rtf

2 Feminist Books/Domesticity
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A 10 page book review on 2 feminist history texts: A Voice of Their Own edited by Martha Solomon and The Politics of Domesticity by Barbara Epstein. The writer offers an overview of each text, including reviewers' evaluation, and also argues that the texts share a common theme in that both texts indicate the antagonism toward men felt by Victorian women. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: kh2femt.rtf

2 Views /Female Participation in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Politics
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A 10 page analysis in which the writer argues that Theda Skocpol in her book "Protecting Soldiers and Mothers," and also Kristi Andersen in her book "After Suffrage" address similar territory in that both of these political scientists look at how female participation in the American political process in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries has largely been under-appreciated or ignored completely. Both of these authors demonstrate that this participation must be viewed within the context of political framework of their time in order to be understood properly. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: 99sk&an.wps


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