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Papers On Gender & Society
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Carol Gilligan/Female Moral Development
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A 4 page essay that, first of all, briefly discusses the main points to Carol Gilligan's position in "Woman's place in Man's life cycle." Then, the writer relates how Euripides' Medea and the movie Mean Girls both substantiates Gilligan's points and refutes them. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Carol Lakey Hess’ “Caretakers of Our Common House”: Gender Socialization and Women and Conversational Education (Chapter 6)
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This is a 6 page paper discussing Hess’ “Caretakers of Our Common House”. Carol Lakey Hess’ “Caretakers of Our Common House: Women’s Development in Communities of Faith” studies not only areas connected with faith, theology and women’s experience but also the various aspects in the difference of female socialization in regards to “caring and connection” and how this relates to theological interpretation. The idea of the practice of faith within communities relates to Hess’ argument that separation and connection is obtained through “hard dialogues and deep connections” in which girls and women care be nurtured to be caretakers of their “own house” (self) as well as the “common house” (the community of faith). Women, through conversational education and strong leadership in the religious community can overcome the generations of gender socialization which have largely led to men as powerful and women as servile, caring, and supportive which has resulted in women “losing themselves” to societal roles. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TJCHess1.rtf

Caryl Churchill’s “Top Girls”
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This 6 page report discusses Caryl Churchill’s 1982 play Top Girls, which has been described as “taking a cautionary path toward probable dystopia” Churchill has been one of the leading British playwrights of the 20th century and in the world of Top Girls, she makes it clear that there are few easy rewards for women, even those who adhere to the strict constraints placed on their lives. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Cause & Effect/Sexism
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A 4 page research paper that offers a cause and effect analysis of sexism. While sexism is a characteristic of culture that is prevalent throughout American society, it has been a stated goal of the federal government over the last several decades that women should receive “equal pay for equal work” (Gilbelman, 2003). The American workplace is supposedly gender and race neutral, a place where employees are evaluated purely on their job performance. Nevertheless, the continuation of occupational segregation by according to gender, and associated salary inequalities, are well documented in empirical research (Gilbelman, 2003). The cause of this inequality finds its origin in the legacy of patriarchy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khcesex.rtf

Changes for Women in Canada
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This 5 page paper documents the role of women in Canadian history, with a focus on sociological explanations for events. Parr's 1990 study on two Canadian towns is highlighted. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA113Can.wps

Charlotte Perkins Gillman: "The Yellow Wallpaper"
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(5 pp) The creative imagination is like a genie that has escaped its bottle; once it is released, it will do any and everything to stay alive, even to the point of fantasy and self -destruction. Charlotte Perkins Gilman's short story "The Yellow Wallpaper" illustrates that creative imagination cannot be stopped by oppression. Rather eventually it even learns to "creep" around the room just to stay free, at the expense of the body that contains it. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: BBylowall.doc

CHAUCER’S TALES AND THE MEDIEVAL ATTITUDE TOWARD WOMEN
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This 3 page paper discusses the Medieval attitudes held toward women as evidenced by the characters found in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Children's Views On Occupations And Sex Stereotyping
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10 pages in length. Children understand a lot more than adults tend to give them credit for, which speaks to the reason why they comprehend seemingly grand and complex issues without ever having anything explained. The presence of television, radio and newspapers allows children access to what happens in their world; while some of this information is too sophisticated for their somewhat simple minds, other issues – such as occupations and sex stereotypes – are quite intelligible even at their young age. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCChlSx.rtf


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