Samples "Feminism"

Feminism

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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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 (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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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’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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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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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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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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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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