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Educatiion Empowers Women toOvercome Discrimination - Five days a week, American children awake with the knowledge that a day of learning awaits them. This same miracle happens, sometimes even six days a week, across the world in countries that supply public education akin to that of the United States. Many children dread the hours they will spend in the classroom while others of similar ages, but entirely different situations, dread the hours they will not. Girls of developing nations desire desperately to receive the privilege of schooling that so many young people in more advanced countries, and often their male peers, experience, take for granted, and often would prefer to avoid....   [tags: public education,women rights,developing countries]
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Teen Pregnancy - In this day and age the rate of teenagers who become pregnant has substantially increased. I myself am not one of them, but having a few friends who became pregnant at a very young age I've learned quite a bit about it. Now, I am not saying that teenage pregnancy is wrong or right. For some teenagers it could be a very joyful experience if they are mature enough to handle it. It can teach them lessons about life and responsibility. For the less mature teens though, it's a disaster. In that case, they shouldn't have been having sex in the first place if they weren't up to facing the consequences....   [tags: Teenager Pregnant]
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The Oppression of Women - ... As years passed, the girls grew up together always searching for some form of purpose in their lives. Esther watched as her friend Josephina let boys use and take advantage of her. She saw her friend Alicia be bullied to the point where when the circus visited her town she was made so much fun of by the children in her class, she joined it. Her third friend Sandra, always searched and yearned for boys attention. Trying to impress them one night at a party, she decided to swim across a wide lake only to find herself caught in a storm....   [tags: The River of Lost Voices, Islam, Somalia] 1331 words
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The Incarceration of Women - According to a factsheet by The Sentencing Project (2012), more than 200,000 women are incarcerated, including those in local jails. In addition, out of these 200,000 women “1 in 25 women in state prisons and 1 in 33 in federal prisons are pregnant when admitted to prison.” Due to their sentencing, many of these women are forced to give birth while incarcerated. Then days later are separated from their newborn to finish their sentencing. More mothers end up in jails than fathers, and men do not have to worry about bringing their future child into a jail cell like many women do....   [tags: benefits of prison, psychology]
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Pregnancy and Eating Disorders - Pregnancy and Eating Disorders Concerns about gaining weight and retaining a youthful figure are expressed by many pregnant women. When there has been a history of anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa, weight gain and body shape changes accompanying pregnancy can provoke extreme distress (Rand et al., 1987). Very little is known about the impact of pregnancy on women with anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. Despite the fact that amenorrhea, the lack of menstruation, and infertility are common features of these syndromes, some women have been able to conceive, even at below normal body weight (Lemberg & Phillips, 1989)....   [tags: Bulimia Anorexia Pregnant Effects Papers]
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I Believe Abortion is Murder - Claim My argument is based an opinion piece, from a magazine article online “we do abortions here: A Nurse’s Tale. The nurse does not agree with abortion because what different women go through. She is saying that you do want kids, then, why put yourself in the position to make it happen, and that some women are too careless. She gives different scenarios on what women go through when abortion is about to take place, but it is not an easy thing. The nurse always ask these woman “Are you sure you want to have an abortion....   [tags: pregnant, terminate, bible]
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Women in Afghanistan - Throughout recent history, Afghanistan has been a country in turmoil. Famine, drought, civil war and Taliban rule have all had a significant impact on the Afghani people. While this has taken a very negative toll on all Afghan people, I believe, that none have been more negatively impacted than the women of Afghanistan. Having said that, not everything the Western world deems as a negative is also considered negative by the women and men of Afghanistan. One only has to read this quote, “Wearing the burqua is not mandatory, but few women are rushing to remove them” (Germani 14)....   [tags: Taliban, Turmoil, Famine, Drought] 1288 words
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Women Have the Right to Abortion - The issue of abortion has always been a controversial one for citizens of the United States. Abortion is the practice of terminating a pregnancy after the embryo has been planted in the uterus (Abortion). An individual’s stance on this controversial issue categorizes them into one of two very different groups. An individual who feels that a woman should not have an abortion- due to moral or religious views- is said to be “pro-life”. Coincidently, those who feel that a woman should have the right to choose abortion are said to be “pro-choice”....   [tags: Legalized Abortion]
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Discrimination Against Women in the Workplace - Although some of the worst employment discrimination was eliminated by the Civil Rights Act in 1964, many women continue to undergo unfair and unlawful discrimination in the workplace. Even though women have come a long way, they are still being discriminated against in certain fields of work. High-end jobs, most commonly large companies and medical fields, continue to discriminate against women even though they have the same job qualifications as men. There are many different ways in which women are discriminated against in the workplace....   [tags: Workplace Discrimination, Pay Discrimination] 1196 words
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The Effects of Thrombocytopenia in Women - “Children are our most valuable resource and are our future,” according to Herbert Hoover. In order to have children, we must have healthy mothers to bear and deliver those children. Pregnancy is, of course, a difficult time with physical changes and discomfort. However, sometimes pregnancy also brings life threatening physical changes for the mother. One of these is Thrombocytopenia, a disorder related to a low platelets count. It affects many women during the pregnancy. If not treated, it can cause preeclampsia and lead to death to the mother or fetus....   [tags: fetus, pregnancy, mother, human reproduction]
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Discrimination of Women in the Workplace - Since the time women were eligible to be an employee of a workplace, they have become victims of discrimination. Discrimination is the practice of treating a person or group of people differently from other people (Webster, 2013). Thousands of women have suffered from discrimination in workplaces because they are pregnant, disabled, or of the opposite sex. It is crazy to think that someone would fire a woman because she became pregnant and needed to have some work adjustments ("Pregnancy and parenting,")....   [tags: pregnancy discrimination act, civil rights act] 723 words
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The Harm Abortion Causes to the Pregnant Mother - Many individuals’ envision abortions in a negative light, when in fact, abortions is certain cases may be necessary to save the life of the mother. This emotional surgery may be hard for the mother to cope with, but may be life saving for the mother. Age limits should be placed on all abortions clinics throughout the United States. Abortion can be a costly surgery, have an emotional strain o the mother and cause harm to the young female’s body. Abortion can be devastating, but if it is the string between life and death, it should be put into play unless the mother says otherwise....   [tags: pregnancy, unborn child, surgery] 1290 words
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The Role of Roman Women in Society - The role of Roman women in society From the founding of Ancient Rome to the fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th century the role of women changed immensely. The Romans preserved its foundation myth of Rome providing insight about its attitudes towards women, such as the Sabine women, who were said to have formed the ideals of the city with intelligence and courage intervening to save both families and keep peace.Then, as time passed, women used political circumstances change to gain free will and public influence ....   [tags: public, free will, courage, intelligence]
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Women Have the Right to Choose - The society in which we live is filled with many disputed, unanswered questions regarding health issues. A lot of these can be examined as a connection to an individual’s honorable, ethical, and spiritual conviction producing a society at odds due to their contradictory points of view (Nossiff, 2000, pg. 28). In the United States today, the number one debate involving women is abortion due to many years of worthless attempts to make it illegal. Those who disagree with abortions do not even consider the reasons a woman would undergo an abortion....   [tags: Abortion]
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A Research on Women´s Right - ... Maryland 1674, a judge had to have a private interview with a married woman to confirm her approval of any trade or sell of her own property, and to ask if her husband was pressuring her into signing the document. Women had a hard time with their property rights. In conclusion, women didn’t have much say so about their property these acts came in place. Equal employment rights. Equal pay act of 1963, it gave equal pay among men and women. This act was useful because women should make just as much money men in my opinion....   [tags: equal employment rights, US history] 746 words
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Effects of Breast Cancer on Women - Breast cancer is cancer that starts in the tissues of the breast. According to Breastcancer.org, in 2013, an estimated 232,340 new cases of invasive breast cancer were expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S.. Breastcancer.org also says that one in eight U.S. women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Women that discover that they have been diagnosed with breast cancer will have to deal with the life altering changes. The effects of breast cancer on women can include long-term effects, how women cope, and large changes to their bodies....   [tags: Chemotherapy, Infertility, Osteoporosis]
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The Treatment of Women in Romeo and Juliet - Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet in the 16th century, at a time where the role of the woman was to be subservient to men and act as a wife to their husband and a mother to their children. Women were expected to conform to the expectations of society, and were seen as possessions by their fathers and husbands. Fathers arranged their daughters’ marriages, usually for financial or social gain for the family. In Romeo and Juliet, the unfair treatment of women is conveyed through characters such as Juliet, a young girl who is growing into the expectations of society, and Lady Capulet, who represents a traditional side of love and values social position rather than men themselves....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare]
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Women's Rights in Great Britain - ... Some of the few jobs that women could hold without other is batting an eyelash were governess, schoolteacher, companions, a lady’s maid and as stated before an authoress. It was not until 1839 that mothers were permitted to have custody of their children after a divorce but with one catch. The children had to be younger than seven to remain with their mothers were. In 1857, women were permitted to get a divorce from their husbands on the basis that the husband was abusing her. In 1870, women were granted the right to keep their wages earned from their jobs....   [tags: Inequality, Inferior]
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Effect of WWII on Women - A Plan of the Investigation The aim of this investigation is to research the question, “How did the involvement of women in World War II on the home front affect the role and position of women in society?” The scope of the investigation has one main focus: women who remained in the United States and how they pushed the role of women in society forward. Within this topic, it is broken down into women who joined the labor force and women who remained in the household. B Summary of Evidence There were varying levels of involvement of women during World War II, but this investigation will be looking at women who remained in the United States of America....   [tags: female roles in society]
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Advancements for Women throughout History - ... Did the writers of the show intentionally not develop the girl characters into the same type of lovable, admirable personalities as the main characters. In the Muppets female characters are small children. Babies are fairly passive and totally dependant the older relatives (males) take care of them and provides leadership. All the male muppets earn a living and the schoolgirls are expected to go to school. This creates tension because in 2011 women working full time only earned 77 cents to every dollar a man earned....   [tags: degrees, patriarchal society, sesame street] 1115 words
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Abortion: Women Have A Choice - One of the most deliberated topics of modern society; is it just life, or is it truly alive. Does it adhere to moral standards or abolish the common good. Should it even be legal under the confines of our laws and regulations. If I was to tell someone to stop fishing, just because I thought it was wrong, it would seem unconstitutional that I would even attempt to withdraw rights to our freedom. Abortion is a personal issue and should be dealt with by the person, not the courts. A better example would be to take a hypothetical situation consisting of a 17-year-old girl, trying for her education....   [tags: Abortion, Argumentative, Pro-Choice] 984 words
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Media Representation of Women in Sports - ... First, discrimination in sports media commentary is still present, albeit highly subtle and no longer overpoweringly oppressive as it was presented in past literature. Nevertheless, the media continues to strongly encourage the sexualization of female athletes. -“Candance Parker is beautiful. Breathtaking, really, with flawless skin, endless legs and a C cup…She is a woman who plays like a man, one of the boys, if the boys had C cups and flawless skin…She’s the total package: your sister’s pal, your brother’s prom date, a supermom-to-be (Glock, 2010).” -These were the words in the opening lines of an ESPN article about WNBA star Candace Parker....   [tags: oppressive, discrimination, cultural ideal] 743 words
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Women's Reproductive Rights and Freedoms - ... Often times, women would die while trying to preform self-induced abortions. In the article, Race, Class and Reproductive Freedom, Egan and Gardner (1994) quote the Third World Women’s Committee of the Abortion Action Coalition in 1977, “The right to abortion can be a women’s right to life.” This quotation shows that at this time in history abortion was a very important part of the lives of women, as they felt that they needed to go to extreme measures such as death in order to have an abortion preformed....   [tags: abortion in Canada] 1989 words
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Abortion: Women Need a Choice - real names Today, in the United States of America, abortion has become a political issue, rather than the intimate choice of a woman. The battle for a woman’s rights to her own womb has become desperate. Both sides of the issue are relentless in their efforts to gain momentum in their movement and to get people to react. That being said, abortion isn’t a new issue because of Roe v. Wade of 1973. The Roe v. Wade decision was the first step, and the first time where women could do as they wish with their body in a safe, legal manner....   [tags: Pro Abortion] 1727 words
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The Brave Women of Argentina - A mother’s love is one of the strongest passions in the world. This love can drive a mother to do drastic deeds to save her children and her family. The mothers and the grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo truly exemplify the power of a mother’s love. Their love was shown during the Dirty War in Argentina in 1976. During this time, the awful military dictatorship run by Jorge Rafael Videla made people disappear to make others scared of speaking out (Goldman 1). The mothers and grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo were the only people to stand up against the government and protest for the location of their children....   [tags: Plaza de Mayo, history, politics]
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Pro Life vs. Pro Choice - The federal government should restrict abortions because abortions strips an American child of its rights to life, puts women’s lives in jeopardy, and allows Americans to have a way to desert the consequences of their actions. The most fertile ages for a woman are twenty to twenty four years of age. With that being said it more common for a younger woman to become pregnant. Having children or planning to have or not to have a family is one of the biggest decisions of a woman’s life. There is no such thing as perfect time to start a family....   [tags: abortion, right to life, getting pregnant]
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Abortion Hurts a Women's Health - “I’ve noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born” - - Ronald Reagan Abortion, just saying the word will cause heads to turn, ears to perk, and elevates tension for everyone present. The topic evokes such strong reactions it should be included in the taboo list normally reserved for politics, religion, and money. As emotionally charged as the subject of abortion is, the practice itself is actually relatively new. Less than two centuries ago abortion wasn’t a large issue....   [tags: Pro-Life Essays]
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Women's Rights and Arbotion - ... Finally, a woman can become pregnant as a result of rape. If a woman is forced to have a baby that they did not want, they will: “have (their) mind and body taken over in this way where (they)… positively dread the result” (Willis). This is awful and someone who is raped and impregnated should have the right to abort the baby. The child will be a constant reminder of the terrible even that happened to the woman. C. I support the right for women to choose whether they want to have an abortion or not....   [tags: pro-life, right to abortion] 2124 words
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Women's Religious Social Roles - Before the standardization of Christian doctrine, early Christians created a large number of sects based on their diverse understanding of Christianity and its implications. The view about women is a subject in particular. In “God The Father/God The Mother”, Elaine Pagels outlines Orthodoxy and Gnostics’ distinct attitudes toward women in Christianity in terms of symbolism of god and women’s religious and social roles. She then explains how the change of Christians’ social status and the conversion of Hellenized Jews promote Orthodoxy’s constraining idea of women finally out-compete Gnostic’s supportive one....   [tags: christianity, God]
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Women in Colonial Mexico - Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, a nun and a poet in the seventeenth-century, stated that, “Misguided men, who will chastise a woman when no blame is due, oblivious that it is you who prompted what you criticize…” perfectly described the situation of women in colonial Mexico. In colonial Mexico patriarchal ruling was applied both privately and publicly. While, men were allowed to participate in politics, obtain an education and given the power to make decisions regarding women’s life. Women, on the other hand, were controlled either by their fathers or husbands; who did not allowed them to participate in activities outside their house and their education was restricted to “how to be a good wife”....   [tags: family, honor, politics, feminity]
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Women in Ground-Combat Units - ... Another fear some have is a man’s instinct to protect women stopping a unit from completing their mission. A mission can be jeopardized if too many soldiers get injured or killed in action while trying to protect or save a woman in distress. Sexual assault and harassment are major issues being addressed in the debate due to the increase in sexual assault and harassment cases involving enlisted men and women. Some are speculating that by allowing more women in more combat units, sexual assault and harassment cases will increase....   [tags: females in the military] 651 words
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Social Inequalities of Women - ... Who cared if the females that went to the games were the lowly prostitutes of the slums. Consequently, competitiveness all around became one of the most common problems that women face, ultimately resulting in violence towards others of the same gender. All violence and/or conflict comes from some predisposed or preexisting problem. They are one in the same, or at least almost always mixed up in each other. As previously stated, women’s self esteem play a large role when dealing with most things....   [tags: violence, married, unmarried]
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Older Women Having Babies - ... Chromosomes contain genetic information that is passed down from the parents to the child. The possibility of a mistake during cell division rise as a woman ages, therefore; the chances of chromosomal dysfunction increases. “All genetic abnormalities increase as the egg gets older.”(Cohen, and Bonifield) Each female is born with a certain amount of eggs, these eggs do not multiply and you cannot add more. During each menstrual period a female loses one of her eggs, and these cannot be replaced....   [tags: complications, first time pregnancies ]
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Transformations: The Changes Muslim Women Experience when they are Strong, Smart and Brave - Transformations: The Changes Muslim Women Experience when they are Strong, Smart and Brave Works Cited Missing Many stereotypes present in modern day society portray Arab women, or more precisely, Muslim women, as having little to no independence or power. These stereotypes assert that Muslim women are oppressed both physically and psychologically, and that as a result of such outrageous treatment these women are psychologically weak. As with all stereotypes, this is a misconception. Blanket statements announcing one group of people as exhibiting the same characteristics are patently incorrect....   [tags: Arab Muslim Women Essays] 3146 words
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Analysis of Terry Tempest Williams' Short Story, The Clan of One-Breasted Women - Composing a story is not just about writing down ideas and events. The true art of writing is an intricate and timely process. Convincing the reader of your beliefs and opinions goes beyond actual facts and data. In the 1600's a man named Roberto de Nobili recognized this situation and discovered the rhetorical triangle, which is still commonly used today (Faigley 5).. The rhetorical triangle consists of three key structural terms that must be evident in a story to enable the reader to comprehend and trust the writer....   [tags: The Clan of One-Breasted Women] 1183 words
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Women’s friend: The Popularity of Shapewear - From ancient time through now, people always want to be a fashionable person; especially for women, because they want their bodies have a curve and they also want their bodies more fit and more shape. Each person has their view of fashion, and each country also has their types of fashion. In the western country, people think that wearing a corset is very fashionable. Between the middle of the 16th century to 18th century, women always to wear corset between a rigid quasi-cylindrical torso above their waist and heavy full skirts below to let their bodies look more gorgeous....   [tags: Fashion, The Corset] 2152 words
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The Effects of Poverty on Women's Access to Healthcare - The constitution of the World Health Organization states that “The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition” (Koh and Nowinski 2010 pp 949). One would hope that this sentiment would also include the low income women of our society, however it has become a harsh reality amongst poverty stricken women that fair and affordable health care is difficult to provide for themselves and for their families....   [tags: rights, race, gender, uninsured]
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Was the Colonial Period a Golden Age for Women? - The Colonial Period was partially a "golden age" for women, for, although it did possess some qualities of a golden age, it also had aspects that held it back from fully being a time of prosperity for women. As the Colonial period progress changes in population, lifestyles, and opportunities had effects that opened new doors for women as well as held them back from reaching their full potential. The inconsistent fluctuation of the population had a profound effect on women that could have both supported the idea that the Colonial period was a "golden age," as well as taken away from it....   [tags: population, lifestyles, opporunities, potential] 827 words
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Women: Alcohol Addiction - The alcoholic beverage has remained an established element to society’s social world and has grown into a way of living. As alcohol continues to flourish in its prevalence among citizens of the United States, so does the concept of alcohol addiction. A person becomes addicted to alcohol when they “drink excessively and develops a dependence that results in noticeable mental disturbance, or an interference with bodily and mental health, their interpersonal relations, and their smooth social and economic functioning” (Calahan, 1970, pp....   [tags: Alcohol ]
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How the Image of Working Women Came to Be - Over the past few centuries, beginning with the start of the industrial revolution, the roles of women in the family have been constantly in flux. At the beginning of the industrial revolution, we can see that the role of women shifts to staying at home and taking care of housework, while the man serves as the “breadwinner”. In current time, we see women, now more than ever, having jobs outside of the household. In some cases, the roles of the mother and the father in the family are even switched: the women are the ones with steady full-time jobs outside of the household, while males are the ones staying at home taking care of children....   [tags: supermom, housewife, working mothers]
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Impossible to Generalize about Medieval Women - ... Not only was it socially accepted but the church also supported this behaviour. “A man may chastise his wife and beat her for her own correction; for she is of his household, and therefore the lord may chastise his own” (Coulton 615). Cardinal Peter Damian stated woman were like 'Satan's bait', poison for men's souls. This was said to the clergy in regards to remaining celibate. At this time lust was also something that the church did not approve of, so much so that in the 20th century cleric Gerald of Wales asked men to avoid women, told men imagine the insides of a woman or her dead body to stop them from lusting after them....   [tags: domestic duties, childbirth, religion] 1350 words
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Diaries from Women on the Westward Journey - Most diaries from women on the westward journey show that they struggled with upholding their roles as wives and mothers, but they did the best they could under the circumstances. Most of their responsibilities were similar to those they had at home. Cooking cleaning, doing laundry, entertaining children etc. was women’s work, but these obligations were much more difficult being in the middle of nowhere. Women also had extra duties, such as packing up the wagon, making sure their children were with them, and taking on their husband’s role when he fell sick....   [tags: Narcissa Whitman, Amelia Stewart Knight] 1538 words
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Women Throughout History - ... They no longer have to live with the fear of their husband’s abandonment. Woman are no longer socially isolated, they actually go out and know people who have good paying jobs and who can provide help to them if any horrific event were to occur. Now woman can go out and make friends and not be stuck at home all day. A dual income is also very good for a family, they now have enough money to pay for bills and have extra on the side. Two working parent’s are good examples to set for children, although some women do have to do all these things on their own, with out the other parent; the father....   [tags: submissive, housewives, second-class] 2010 words
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Fearless Jewish Women - Over 6 million are dead, with the next Ben Franklin or the cure for cancer gone forever. All of this happened because of a man named Adolf Hitler. Though the Jews believed the Germans would not harm the women or child, they were victims as well. Women and children were often mass murdered or sent to concentration camps. “This was, of course, not the choice of the women or of their husbands. It was a German decision,” Ruth Bondy states. World War II tore families apart and numerous dead, but the women remained strong through it all....   [tags: Jews, Nazis, Anne Frank, Holocaust, Hitler]
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Legal Workplace: Women Overcoming Obstacles - The legal workplace is a high demand job that requires a lot of sacrifices to achieve success. Attorneys at law work over the standard forty hours per week, and have to sacrifices many parts of their social life for their jobs. Women in law find work even more stressful and difficult to balance with home life because attorneys have high demand jobs. Women attorneys have to find a balance between the demands of practicing law and the demands of their traditional gender roles on the homestead. The legal workplace is unfortunately victim to discrimination, whether discrimination is quid pro quo, hostile work environment, or wrongful termination....   [tags: Law]
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General Workforce Issues for Women Globally - ... Mexico offers subsidized government credit to aid these families but even this solution creates debts that the textile workers’ salaries will never be able to pay off (Johnson, 2012). In some of the most desperate cases, workers have been known to sell their plasma at medical centers for an earning that later develops into related health issues (Johnson, 2012). Women are of the lowest paid in these positions because of their social and cultural stereotype as a “supplemental” income and as “dependents” under a primary income-providing male (Source #2)....   [tags: textile industry, sweatshops] 1487 words
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Women Serial Killers or Partners to One - ... Their first victims, Kippi Vaught and Rhonda Scheffler, were captured by asking them if they wanted to smoke some marijuana, then walked over to the van (Macleod). Once caught and kidnapped, Gerald and Charlene would take turns sexually assaulting the victim, no matter what the gender. Sometimes, however, Charlene would not get a turn, and she would have to drive while Gerald did the assaulting in the back of the van. They disposed of the bodies far off from where they took then, ranging from a meadow to the desert (Flowers 1997)....   [tags: gender equality, sociological analysis]
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Women Have the Burden of Birth Control - Worrying about getting pregnant is a pain that everyone who is sexually active has to face, or should face. The question is, who does that burden of worrying about getting pregnant fall on. As evidence will show, women take most of the burden or responsibility when it comes to providing contraception during sex. Women have more invested when it comes to sex due to the consequences that result from failing to protect against pregnancy. Looking at the burden of contraception in four different ways, the time involved, the cost of birth control, the physical side effects of contraception, and the effect due to failure of contraception....   [tags: Contraceptives, Birth Control Essays]
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Abortion: Women Must Be Given A Choice - This is paper is about the issue of Abortion. I think the discussion of this issue is important because, I think women should have the choice whether to continue with a pregnancy or not. There are a lot of reasons why women have abortions. Here are a few reasons why, rape, or physically not able to carry the pregnancy to full term, or genetic defects. Abortion is a tough decision in its self, women should not have to deal with the worry of the being convicted or condemned because of her choice. There also have been studies done involving “unwanted children” they end up suffering from physical and psychological damage done by the parent....   [tags: Freedom of Choice, Pro-Choice Essays] 1136 words
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