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Papers On Gender & Society
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Analysis of Simone de Beauvoir's, "The Second Sex":
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This 12 page paper examines the feminist ideas and philosophy of Beauvoir. Furthermore, these ideas are examined in light of other notable philosophers and their attitudes towards women's issues, such as those of Mill and Aristotle. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: GSSecSex.rtf

Analysis of Themes and a Passage from Toni Morrison’s “Sula” and Gloria Anzaldua’s Creative Identity and Hybridity as Described in “Borderlands”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing themes consisted and found within Morrison’s “Sula”, Anzaldua’s “Borderlands” and the poetry and writings of Namjoshi and Hanscombe and Willis. Themes of cultural dichotomy, opposing forces, self and identity are consistent throughout writings by women minorities. In Toni Morrison’s “Sula” and Gloria Anzaldua’s “Borderlands” both describe situations of women struggling in cultures in which continuously opposing forces and cultural identities lead them to dichotomies which in some cases end in a negative direction as in “Sula” but in other instances lead to creativity as described in Anzaldua’s “Borderlands” and the Aztec elements of tlilli, tlapilli which symbolize writing and wisdom and allow for the bridge to be attained through the gods and spirit world and that which lies beneath. The themes found in the writings of Morrison and Anzaldua are also used in the poetry of Suniti Namjoshi and Gillian Hanscombe’s found in their work “Flesh and Paper” and in Susan Willis’ essay in the text “Making a Difference”. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TJMSula1.rtf

Analyzing and Contrasting Gender Roles
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A 4 page essay that analyzes and contrasts the way in which gender roles are defined and are evident in Western society. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khgenanc.rtf

Antlers and Desiree’s Baby
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A comparison between the themes and characters in Chopin's Desiree's Baby and Bass's Antlers, with particular reference to the exploration of gender roles and sexual morality in the two societies depicted. Bibliography lists four sources.
Filename: JLantlers.rtf

Approaches In Gender Studies
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Gender issues are explored in this 4 page overview which focuses on three schools of thought. Social psychological and cognitive principles are compared and contrasted along with an exploration of Social Learning Theory and its applicability. Bibliography lists 7 sources .
Filename: Idgen2.wps

Are Gender Rights and Gender Discrimination Global Issues?
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A 2.5 page paper which examines if gender concerns should be regarded as global issues or if societies should deal with them as they see fit. Specifically answers to such questions as are transnational groups a healthy sign of development or signs of western cultural imperialism, infringement of sovereignty and a threat to cultural integrity; should intergovernmental (or non-governmental) organizations become involved in legislating gender rights; and should a U.N. majority conclusion that the United States discriminates against women by failing to provide adequate public funding for abortions force the U.S. to change its laws will be provided. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TGgenglo.rtf

Are There More Than Two Genders?
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This 5 page reaction paper provides a response to an article called "The Five Sexes: Why Male and Female are Not Enough" by Fausto-Sterling. The idea that more than two genders actually exist is explored. The paper concludes by calling for a new, equitable paradigm. No additional sources are cited.
Filename: SA133gnr.rtf

Are Women More “People-Oriented” Leaders?
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This 6 page report discusses the time-honored assumption, at least in modern times, that women are more people-oriented leaders than men. Are women more people-oriented and greater believers in “participative” management? There is only one definitive answer and it is not particularly satisfying. That answer is -- “it depends.” Many social scientists commonly maintain that there is no empirical basis for assuming that gender has a direct influence on leadership style. Others researchers are convinced that female leaders are more concerned about interpersonal relationships and use a more democratic and participative leadership style than do men. Research on the issue is examined. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWwomled.wps


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