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Feminist Reaction to Frankenstein by Shelley
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A 3 page paper which offers a feminist reaction to the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. No sources cited.
Filename: RAmeki.rtf

Feminist Reading of “The Yellow Wallpaper”
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A 5 page paper which examines Gilman’s story “The Yellow Wallpaper” from a feminist perspective. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
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Feminist Science Fiction: A Stereotypical Literary Genre in Itself?
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An 11 page discussion of feminist preferences and content in science fiction. Contends that the creation of the literary genre of “feminist science fiction” is in reality an injustice to feminist as that genre makes the assumption that writing content and preference is determined by gender. This genre requires a literary work to feature women rather than men. This paper points out that the author’s likes and dislikes in science fiction have little to do with the gender of the author or whether the primary plot features a woman or a man. The author contends that such a categorization severely limits the type of work which is acceptable under this proposed genre. We must ask ourselves, is it any more fair to limit a feminist’s creative output than it is to limit her occupation or perceived societal role? Is the feminist who chooses to write science fiction which features interaction of men and women as equals no longer a feminist? Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Feminist Theory and Psychoanalysis
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This is a 26 page paper which discusses psychoanalytical feminist theories. Some comparisons are discussed with reference to the novel-The Name of the Rose. The bibliography has 9 sources.
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Feminist Theory and Videos of Shakira’s “Whenever, Wherever” and Lil’ Kim’s “No Matter What People Say”
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In five pages this paper compares and analyzes these videos within the context of E. Ann Kaplan’s feminist criticism, including her essay entitled “Whose Imaginary? The Televisual Apparatus, The Female Body and Textual Strategies in Select Rock Videos on MTV.” Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
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Feminist Theory Management
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6 pages in length. The major assumptions of the feminist theory model contend that the road to female freedom and self-expression has been paved with patriarchal intolerance and characteristic skepticism so much so that women have been forced to prove their worthiness within the stringent boundaries of a male-dominated existence. This perpetual assertion speaks volumes about the inherent fortitude that comprises the female spirit. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Feminist Therapy And Postmodern Approach
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4 pages in length. One of the most prominent issues pertaining to the notion of feminist therapy and postmodern approach is how this particular population is routinely intermixed with other multicultural subgroups that do not "conform their lives to the truths and reality of the dominant society of which they are a part" (Corey, 2004, p. 410). Consequently, it has been necessary to establish an entirely separate approach to addressing the unique components of feminist therapy so as to underscore the combined aspects of gender and power. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Fictional Story Set In South Africa
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7 pages in length. Attending their junior year in college abroad, Adrienne and Camille chose South Africa as their cultural enlightenment. Indeed, the girls' collective experience with social services afforded them a much better opportunity to apply their academic talents than by choosing a more socially advanced society. Anticipated yet realistic at the same time, both Adrienne and Camille thought they understood the cultural, political and social intensity inherent to South Africa; only after they experienced its profundity firsthand did they actually realize the overwhelming sense of authoritarianism and gender discord. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TLCFicSA.rtf


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