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“Glass Ceilings and Bottomless Pits : Women's Work, Women’s Poverty”
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A 7 page review of the book by Randy Albeda and Chris Tilly. is an expose’ on the numerous societal factors which are facing women today. It is a look into poverty as many of us have never seen poverty, a look at the blatant and sometimes shocking facts of being a poor woman in the United States, the facts of that ever present “bottomless pit”. It is also a look, however, a the so-called “glass ceiling” which confronts professional women in the workplace. This paper contends that while the two scenarios are definitely different, they are inherently related to the same societal factors of the patriarchal dominated society which has been in place for the history of mankind. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPwomCei.rtf

“Nest in the Wind : Adventures in Anthropology on a Tropical Island”: A Review
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A 5 page overview of the book by Martha C. Ward. This book provides not only insight to the people of the island on which Ward is stationed but also into the mindset and thinking of the author herself. This paper contends, however, that this book is a window into the lives and the experience of the people Ward is investigating, not a reflection of preconceived ideas as to how these people somehow innately fall at a lower echelon on the totem pole than our so-called more advanced society. The author of this paper asserts, however, that there is an underlying issue broached by Ward. This issue is the depiction of gender roles in this primitive society and how these roles relate to the patriarchal domination which has so heavily impacted the world as a whole. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPnestWn.rtf

“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.
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“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.
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“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.
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“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


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