Samples "Feminism"


Why Women In Saudi Arabia Cannot Drive A Car

Gender parity in Saudi Arabia is one of the most glaring aspects among others. The tribal culture of the communities dominant in the region has majorly contributed to the lean opportunities granted to the female gender in Saudi. The strong culture and beliefs dominant in the region are interpreted from...

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Female Oppression

Female oppression is one of the major themes in the literary work of Kate Chopin, Perkins Gilman and John Steinbeck. The authors wrote in different times, however, the reality for women was pretty much the same. Oppression and neglect of their rights was all they could count on. The rights...

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Gender Roles and Cooking

Whilst in the domestic sphere cooking has primarily been seen as a female job, the advent of professional kitchens has seen them become a male dominated space. As gender equality progresses, there are improvements in the roles that women can play in professional kitchens, and there are several celebrity chefs...

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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

A Brief Review of Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman Writing in the wake of the French Revolution, Mary Wollstonecraft composed A Vindication of the Rights of Woman in response to suggestions that girls and young women should receive a purely domestic education. In his report to...

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Equal Pay

There is a concept of labor rights, stating that people should be paid equally in the same workplace. The concept commonly relates to the context of sexual discrimination, which results in the so-called gender pay gap. According to numerous sources, and as a commonly known fact, there is no country...

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Women’s Suffrage Essay

The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives women the right to vote. It says that it “is illegal for the Federal and State Government to deny any U.S citizen the right to vote” (Amendment XIX). This victory in 1920 did not come easy to American women. It was the...

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“The Yellow Wallpaper” Essay

Charlotte Perkins Gilman's short story “The Yellow Wallpaper” is one that has entertained and sparked debate for years, both in the literary and psychological sense. It is apparent to readers that the protagonist in the story already has a “condition”, depression, and there are certain influences in her life that...

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Response to “The Romance of the Flowers in the Mirror”

Peter Barry discusses the fact that feminism was not new in the 1960s, but it was the revival of feminism in the 1960s which spawned feminist criticism as we know it today (2009). Literature was believed to serve as a means of indicating to both men and women how each...

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Sociology: The Release of the Feminist 5

The “feminist 5” as they are now being referred to gained national and international attention after their scheduling and organization to protest sexual harassment on public transportation in the country of China. Their detainment for such protest outraged many people and brought forth comments from many groups and notable figures,...

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Muslim American Women on Campus

The discussion on “Muslim American Women on Campus,” explains that the book has numerous intentions which are geared at the different viewpoints and lifestyles of the various readers. For example, there are sections of the discussion related to how the Muslim Women can maintain their traditions and faith while also...

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Domestic Violence and Male Entitlement

Domestic violence has only recently become something that is discussed in the open. In the past, when domestic violence occurred there were no consequences for the abusers, and little help for the victims. As time has passed, laws and the changing society have helped to bring information about domestic violence...

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Today Struggle For A Working Woman

Thesis Statement: Women have struggled for many years because 1) they are not considered as being equal to men 2) they are prohibited from engaging in some activities 3) they are not allowed to take part in the decision-making process. The debate on whether women have been oppressed has been...

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Mary Church Terrell

Mary Church Terrell (1863-1954) was a civil rights activist and women’s rights leader. One of the first women of color to earn a degree, she became an outstanding social activist, who spoke in defense of women’s rights and denounced segregation (Smith 2009). Her main focus was the legalized racism established...

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Current Event: United State of Women summit

An interview with Tina Tchen, current assistant to President Barack Obama and Chief of Staff for first lady Michelle detailed the United State of Women summit; also referred to by Tchen specifically as "the culmination of the last seven years" in her time working for the Administration. The summit, beginning...

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Mary Wollstonecraft and Edmund Burke

Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Women is a text that aims to critique its contemporary political context, and to do so by demonstrating the manner in which this context actively retards the agency and development of women. In order to achieve this aim, Wollstonecraft attacks several key...

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Engagement Assignment: Through the Lens of Practice and Service

Despite the many advances of women, particularly in the developed world, women continue to face barriers and challenges in the workforce. This is true even in the public sector. In many policy areas the public sector is held to a higher standard than the private sector when it comes to...

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“Only for Women’: A Critical Analysis and Response

What I found interesting about this well-presented article was the acceptance of women’s’ existence in Saudi Arabia as completely separate from that of the male society, which essentially runs the show. It is also striking that women, if one reads between the lines, are talked about as a group or...

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“Now We Can Begin” by Crystal Eastman

IntroductionCrystal Eastman's views on feminism are remarkable when it is seen that the article in question dates to 1920. In an era when the woman's right to vote was new, she takes this step forward into a broad and intelligent perspective. Eastman correctly understands that the vote is only the...

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The Truths and Misconceptions of Leaning In Too Deep

In Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In: What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid?” and Bell Hooks’ “Dig Deep: Beyond Lean In”, the writers take on opposing viewpoints of women in the work place’s ability to achieve equality and climb up the corporate ladder in modern day America. In Sandberg’s article,...

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Stories of Young Women Homesteading

As the young women came to realize, life in the wilderness was something which was significantly more difficult than many of them had come to realize. The tribulations of conducting ones' self in a way which is conducive for survival in such a harsh and sometimes forgiving wasteland proved to...

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