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Papers On Feminists, Activists & The Struggle For Womens' Rights
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Analysis of the Novel Red Azalea by Anchee Min:
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This 7 page paper is divided into 2 sections. The first section is journal-style and discusses the themes of desire and betrayal and the second section is essay style and discusses secret desires and revolutionary passion. Bibliogrpahy lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Analysis of the Novel Red Azalea by Anchee Min:

Argument Against Abortion
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A 5 page paper which argues against abortion. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Argument Against Abortion

Aristophanes' "The Birds": Would He Be Offended If It Were Recast With A Feminist Twist?
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6 pages in length. Would Aristophanes have turned over in his grave if he had seen the following feminist production of his play The Birds? Indeed, one could readily argue that he would not be the least bit appalled at what the female director had done to transform his historical work into one that reflects modern day existence. Key to knowing that this is how Aristophanes would react is knowing a bit about his other works in which he openly touted the elements of feminism with much enthusiasm. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Aristophanes' "The Birds": Would He Be Offended If It Were Recast With A Feminist Twist?

Article Analysis: Power as a Theme in Women's History
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This 6 page paper analyzes the information entitled "Power as a Theme in Women's History" as well as an essay by Freedman about women's issues and organizations. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Article Analysis: Power as a Theme in Women's History

Article Analysis: Women and Power
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This 5 page paper analyzes Estelle Freedman's article about women, women's institutions, and how they affect women's fight for equality. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: Article Analysis: Women and Power

ASHCROFT WEIGHS GRANTING OF ASYLUM TO ABUSED WOMEN:A SUMMARY
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This 3 page paper summarizes a NEw York Times article about granting asylum to immigrants who face extreme domestic abuse. Quotes and examples given. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: ASHCROFT WEIGHS GRANTING OF ASYLUM TO ABUSED WOMEN:A SUMMARY

Aspects of the Equality of Women and Women in Marriage as Found in Passages from Ibsen, Wollstonecraft, de Pizan, Mill and Chopin
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the equality and education of women in the works of Ibsen, de Pizan, Wollstonecraft, Mill and Chopin. The equality and education of women and issues which relate to the equality of in marriage have long been evident in the literature of the past 500 years. Christine de Pizan in 1405 first wrote on the importance of the education of women and the ideals of equality in her work “Book of the City of Ladies”. Since that time the same issues have been discussed by Henrik Ibsen in the relationship between Nora and Torvald in “A Doll’s House” (1879), Mary Wollstonecraft in ““A Vindication of the Rights of Women” (1792), John Stuart Mill in “The Subjection of Women” (1869) and Kate Chopin in “The Awakening” (1899). Contrary to the popular belief that women need marriage and men to “rise” in society, these writings show that women crave education and only want marriage if it can be on equal intellectual terms. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Paper Title: Aspects of the Equality of Women and Women in Marriage as Found in Passages from Ibsen, Wollstonecraft, de Pizan, Mill and Chopin

Author’s Ideology as Reflected in Alice Walker’s “The Color Purple” and Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing how the ideologies of Alice Walker and Jane Austen are represented in their novels. Women novelists Alice Walker and Jane Austen provide different examples of how they have managed to represent their own ideologies within their novels. Alice Walker wrote “The Color Purple” in 1982 and conveyed her ideologies of equal and civil rights through the first person narration of the central character of Celie who is a poor, black woman living under the oppression of society and the men in her life. Her character slowly develops a sense of independence that Walker wishes upon her black female readers. In the 19th century, Jane Austen’s novel “Pride and Prejudice” also included Austen’s feminist ideologies in regards to many of the unreasonable and unequal aspects in society in the treatment of women. Because Austen was writing at a time when women were expected to only write sentimental novels however, Austen reveals her ideologies through the minor characters in the book, such as Mrs. Bennet, who through a satirical twist find society’s conventions unreasonable while her central characters are considered conventional and therefore accepted. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Author’s Ideology as Reflected in Alice Walker’s “The Color Purple” and Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”

Barriers to Women's Advancement
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This 3 page paper discusses barriers to women's advancement from utilitarian and deontological perspectives. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Barriers to Women's Advancement

Bertrande de Rols
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An 8 page paper discussing this 16th century woman who lived as an abandoned wife in rural France, the choices available to her and the choices she made. Also included is a discussion of Francois Poullain de la Barre’s “The Equality of the Two Sexes,” published a century later, followed by speculation of how Bertrande might have reacted to Poullain’s position. The paper concludes that she would not agree with the work. Bibliography lists 2 sources; the paper includes several quotes from each work.
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Paper Title: Bertrande de Rols

Betty Friedan; The Woman
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This 7 page paper looks at the life of this female writer and founder of the National Organisation for Women (NOW). An important influence on the recognition of women's rights this paper looks at her life, how her career started and the changes this career caused in her own life. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Betty Friedan; The Woman

Black Feminism: Overcoming the Matrix of Domination with Knowledge
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A 5 page contention that there has been a paradigmatic shift in Black women’s understanding of the domination which they have endured, both on the basis of their gender and on the basis of their race and socioeconomic class. The increase in knowledge among black women regarding the matrix of domination has allowed them to resist domination and indeed to work within the existing matrix in their search for equal footing. Black women have become empowered with knowledge. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Black Feminism: Overcoming the Matrix of Domination with Knowledge

Black Women and their Reactions to Slavery
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A 5 page analysis of the impact wielded by the institution of slavery on African Americans. African American women, in particular, had a tremendously varied reaction to slavery. These reactions varied from complete passivity, to outright violence, to societal action. This paper analyzes the stories related in “Celia, a Slave: A True Story”, “Sojourner Truth : A Life, a Symbol” and “A Black Woman's Civil War Memoirs” to emphasize that some reactions were obviously more effective than others in bringing about positive change. These reactions were shaped not only by the institution of slavery, however, but by the individual circumstances and experiences of individual women and those with whom she interacted. No additional sources are listed.
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Paper Title: Black Women and their Reactions to Slavery

Book Report on J. William T. Youngs’ “Eleanor Roosevelt: A Personal and Public Life”
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A 5 page paper which provides an overview and interpretation of a historical biography, and includes the author’s purpose, the specifics covered, presented view of American history, consideration of controversy, evaluates whether or not the book departs from typical textbook insights, ideas and concepts introduced, opinion of the book and what it can teach about American political, economic and social spheres, and concludes by assessing how the book assists in shaping one’s view of American history. No additional sources are used.
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Paper Title: Book Report on J. William T. Youngs’ “Eleanor Roosevelt: A Personal and Public Life”

Book Review / Women in Politics
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A 4 page review of former Vermont Governor Madeline M. Kunin's book entitled 'Living a Political Life.' The writer details experiences depicted by Kunin of working in a field that so few women have yet had the opportunity to-- Partivuaslr emotions, anxieties, and problems unique to female politicians are discussed. The primary source is cited in bibliography.
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Paper Title: Book Review / Women in Politics

California : Impact Of The Women's Movement In Relation To Political Participation
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5 pages in length. Turn-of-the-century California politics has changed in many ways in comparison to contemporary politics, particularly with regard to the women's movement. Indeed, women's suffrage presented itself in quite fearless style as the country moved into the twentieth century, inasmuch as the women's movement had gained a significant amount of progressive power. The impact of such a movement was more than a bit alarming for those who did not believe women should maintain such important responsibilities as voting and political participation. Fast-forward to the twenty-first century, however, and one can readily argue that the women's movement of one hundred years ago set the stage for the overwhelming support and presence the California political system now maintains. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: California : Impact Of The Women's Movement In Relation To Political Participation

Camille Paglia
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This 6 page report discusses Camille Paglia, an undeniably controversial woman. As a humanities and media studies professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Paglia is known for her remarkable intellect, her scathing criticism, and her outspokenness. She makes it clear that she has an opinion on virtually everything and if she does not have an opinion on something, it is clearly beneath her notice. In her tirades against feminist puritans and academic stagnation, she generates reactions which are never indifferent and generally as diverse as her own opinions. She has been both adored and vilified. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Camille Paglia

Canadian Women's Special Interest Groups: Undue Influence To Advance Their Own Agendas?
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12 pages in length. Some scholars have accused organized interests of "undue influence" in the policy process and, in particular, of using the courts to advance their own narrow interests by way of circumventing the democratic (i.e. parliamentary) policy process. The manner by which the articles in Women's Legal Strategies in Canada address the controversy surrounding the issue of using courts to promote concerns of interest groups and social movements, as well as the evidence presented by the various authors in this collection edited by Radha Jhappan, helps to refute claims of "undue influence" by women's groups in the political and legal process. However, what must be realized is how the issues at hand are viewed as unworthy of acceptance via the traditional democratic process and in need of alternative means by which to be moved forward – such as with gay and lesbian rights, feminism and other female-related social movements – derogatorily branding these interest groups as "equality seekers" who are forced to circumvent an otherwise intolerant, patriarchal and hypocritical society that eschews the freedom inherent to social diversity. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Canadian Women's Special Interest Groups: Undue Influence To Advance Their Own Agendas?

Cary Churchill and Sylvia Plath: Similar Yet Different Feminists Messages in Literature
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An 8 page examination of Plath’s “The Bell Jar” and Churchill’s “Top Girl” and the underlying societal messages. The author of this paper contends that each of these women’s work is largely directed at the injustices of a patriarchal society. The manner in which these women deal with those injustices, however, vary considerably. Each utilizes their personal experiences to form the basis for political critique. While Plath does so from the individualist perspective, however, Churchill approaches said change from a societal standpoint. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Cary Churchill and Sylvia Plath: Similar Yet Different Feminists Messages in Literature

Caryl Churchhill / A Feminist Playwright
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A 6 page overview of the work of Caryl Churchill, a woman who began play production in the 1960s for BBC radio. Discusses the gender issues inherent in these plays. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Caryl Churchhill / A Feminist Playwright

Challenges and Limitations of Women Writers in the Early 20th Century: Examples from Works of Virginia Woolf and Rosamond Lehmann
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This is a 5 page paper describing the challenges and limitations faced by women writers in the early 20th century. Women writers of the late 19th and early 20th century were faced with many limitations and challenges in completing their work. Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) does a great deal to explain the challenges and roles of women writers within her work “A Room of One’s Own” in which she gives first hand observations of limitations imposed upon past, present and future women writers. In addition to these observations by Woolf, characters within her works such as those found in “To the Lighthouse” also reveal the constant struggle and conflict women must overcome to obtain their own identity. Other women writers during this time, such as Rosamond Lehmann (1901-1990) also demonstrate the frustrations found within the professional woman in defining her role. Lehmann’s character of Olivia Curtis in her works “Invitation to the Waltz” and “The Weather in the Streets” also reveal the author’s own feelings about the pre-defined roles of women in society and the challenges women face overcoming or dealing with these roles in order to meet their artistic, professional or emotional needs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Challenges and Limitations of Women Writers in the Early 20th Century: Examples from Works of Virginia Woolf and Rosamond Lehmann

Charlotte Perkins Gilman/An Example of Heroism
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A 3 page research paper that argues that Gilman's life constitutes an example of heroism. Heroism is often equated with fighting in battle. While this is certainly brave, the soldier receives tremendous societal reinforcement and approval for such bravery. Heroism is also shown by those who go against the dictums of society and face social rejection and ostracism. It takes intense bravery and is extremely heroic to stand against societal mores and concepts that are widely accepted and say "This is wrong." In the nineteenth century, Charlotte Perkins Gilman took a stand diametrically opposed to the way in which women were treated during the Victorian era. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: Charlotte Perkins Gilman/An Example of Heroism

Charlotte Perkins Gilman: "The Yellow Wallpaper" and "Women and Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution"
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A 6 page analysis of these two nineteenth century works. The author of this paper contends that books stands in testament to the historical sacrifice of female qualities for male qualities due to perceived societal need which has been a component of our lives presumably since the beginning of human reign on the earth. This sacrifice had perhaps reached its peak by the nineteenth century. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Charlotte Perkins Gilman: "The Yellow Wallpaper" and "Women and Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution"

Christina H. Sommers/'Who Stole Feminism?'
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An 8 page summation of Christina Hoff Sommers' book, 'Who Stole Feminism?' which proposes that in the US, the feminist movement is dominated by a group of women who are intent on creating an image of American society as a 'male hegemony.' The writer offers a chapter by chapter summation. No additional sources cited.
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Paper Title: Christina H. Sommers/'Who Stole Feminism?'

Christina Hoff Sommers’ “The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism is Harming Our Young Men”
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This 5 page report discusses Sommers’ 2000 book that asserts that believes it is a bad time to be a boy in America. Sommers makes the points that boys are less likely to enroll in college than girls. They do their homework less often and they cheat on tests more often. They are also more likely to be disciplined in school, sent to detention, or drop out of school all together. Sommers is determined to debunk the “the myth of the fragile girl” in order to assure that boys are not penalized simply for being boys. Bibliography list only the primary source.
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Paper Title: Christina Hoff Sommers’ “The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism is Harming Our Young Men”


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