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How Are Basic Elements Of The World-View Of A People Or Group Embodied In The Stories They Tell?
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6 pages in length. Basic elements of world-view are exhibited in many fashions, however, none are more vivid and palpable than those put forth through stories. That a writer can envelope his or her reading audience by way of the written word speaks to the power of authored communication and the manner by which it can easily portray the struggle of an entire people. Zora Neale Hurston's Mules and Men exposes myriad components of the author's world-view such as racism, poverty and cultural identity -- which is readily interchangeable as a representation of the overall black community -- however, a more subtle but just as important aspect of her perspective is that of being a powerful black woman amidst the oppression of an intolerant society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCZora.rtf

How Media Affects Women
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This 8 page thesis paper looks at various forms of media including print advertising, commercials, television programming, films, music videos and more to discuss how media's images affect women's self-esteem. While part of the effects of media are blatant in terms of images presented, others are less obvious such as the subservient or otherwise stereotypical roles women play. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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How Modern American Women Compare to Those Depicted in "Arabian Nights":
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This 3 page paper examines the simliarites and differences between modern women and those portrayed in the famous, "Arabian Nights". These simliarites and differences are factors of era, culture, men's perception, and more. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: GSModWom.rtf

How Societal and Cultural Influences Impact Gender Roles:
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This 5 page paper discusses how both society and culture influence gender roles. Specifically, this paper examines "Their Eyes Were Watching God" by Zora Neale Hurston and "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber" by Ernest Hemmingway as means of providing insight into this matter in terms of how these stories address gender roles. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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How the Anti-Slavery Movement Contributed to the Women's Rights Movement:
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This 4 page paper examines pertinent writings from the late 1800's to understand the relationship between the anti-slavery movement and the women's rights movement. This paper asserts that each helped the other succeed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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How Women Are Perceived According To The Kaballah And Jewish Mysticism
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30 pages in length. Women and religion have shared a long yet challenging relationship throughout the ages. Not unlike virtually all other global religions, Jewish women have experienced the oppressive nature of a patriarchal society wherein the decidedly male overtones of daily life served to construct her very being. Kaballah and Jewish mysticism, however, afforded women a bit more recognition as far as gender respect and contribution was concerned, focusing upon the value of women within the home atmosphere and the extent to which they were instrumental in nurturing the children within the context of Judaism. Bibliography lists 26 sources.
Filename: TLCKaballah.rtf

Hunger as a Metaphor /Sexual Desire
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A 6 page research paper that examines food and hunger as cultural metaphors. Food is a basic need. It fulfills the biological requirements of hunger, but it fulfills broader cultural goals as signified by the numerous metaphors that surround its use. Susan Bordo, in her essay "Hunger as Ideology," addresses the numerous metaphors that employed for hunger in American society, particularly in regards to advertising. A pivotal point in Bordo's discussion is how hunger and food are frequently featured in advertising and culture as terms that are synonymous with sexual desire, particularly in regards to women. This examination of this metaphorical relationship between sex, desire, food and femininity demonstrates that the extent to which this metaphor describes a cultural perception, but it also demonstrates the limits of this metaphor in regards to the manner in which it overlays the deeper context of society's fears about female sexuality. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Hypothetical Interview with Arab American Woman
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A 3 page research paper/essay that offers a student a guide for reporting on an interview with a woman who has a background different from that of the student. The information in this interview is fictionalized and drawn from 2 sources, which are listed in the bibliography. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khhypaaw.rtf

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