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Gender Identity
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Gender identity and human sexuality are explored in this 5 page overview that focuses on three schools of thought. Social constructionist, evolutionary, and psychodynamic principles are compared and contrasted in terms of development. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Gender Inequality & Society
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8 page sociological discussion of gender inequality. Author emphasizes magnitude of the problem, reasons etc; Excellent detail and arguments. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Gender Issues at Work
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An 8 page paper discussing social changes that have facilitated business changes in terms of gender. It has been more than a generation since women's abilities have continued to separate from gender issues. Disparities still exist, but in far fewer number and severity than was the case in the mid-1960s. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Gender Issues in Literature
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This 5 page paper argues that gender roles are not as clearly defined as society like to believe. Drawing on Conan Doyle and Salmon Rusdie the paper demonstrates how roles can be interpreted as both contradictory and subjective, dependant on the perspective of the observer and the attitude of the society in which the observations take place. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
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Gender Relations in Peter Wilson's Crab Antics and Conrad Kottak's Assault on Paradise
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This 16 page paper provides an overview of the basic elements of Wilson's Crab Antics and Kottak's Assault on Paradise, especially as they relate to gender relations. This paper is a critical comparison and evaluation of gender in both works. No additional sources cited.
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Gender Roles and American Popular Culture
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A 5 page essay on culture and gender roles. The writer details how education, popular culture, and advertising both reflect and create gender roles. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Gender Roles in Fairy Tales
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A 5 page paper examining the traditional gender roles presented in the classic fairy tales. Beginning from the observations of psychoanalyst Karen Horney and anthropologist Margaret Mead, the paper is mostly involved with the traditional view of the beautiful princess waiting for the rescue that will come in the person of the handsome prince. The concern with these tales is that they will train young female readers that normal life is that which can be found in the traditional fairy tale, and that they perpetuate traditional gender roles in which women depend on men for their very survival and are unable to think for themselves. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Gender Roles, Organization & Leadership
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An 8 page paper comparing the gender role aspect of three societies. All societies maintain variations of generalities that can apply to many, if not most, other societies, one of which is that males are traditional leaders. Though there are some cultures where this is not the standard organization, those cultures are rare. Here, the role of gender as it affects leadership, and to a lesser extent, social organization is examined in and compared among three societies: the Sepik region of Papua, New Guinea; the community of Stinking Creek, Kentucky; and the general society in which we live. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: SexRoles.doc

Gender Sensitivity Training In The Workplace
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A 10 page paper discussing the importance of gender sensitivity training in the workplace and how it can increase a company's success and lower operating costs. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Gendsens.doc

Gender Stereotypes/ Effect on Female Development
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A 7 page research paper that examines the nature of gender bias—how it is formed and shaped by society. The writer first defines "gender," and discusses how it relates to history, before discussing recent research that shows that gender bias is still prevalent. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Gender Stratification in the Canadian Workplace
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A 12 page discussion of the differing social expectations in Canada which result in an unequal representation of women in the professional workplace. Notes that Canada would prefer to import trained professionals rather than take advantage of Canadian women who are interested in entering the professional workplace. Contrasts this difference with the much more progressive workplace atmosphere of Japan and suggests that the cause of these discrepancies lies both in history and in the contemporary Canadian home. Suggests that girls who are provided positive professional female role models will be more eager to pursue professional occupations. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Gender Stratification Through The Study Of Sports
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In this 4 page research paper, the writer discusses what we can learn about gender stratification, roles, stereotypes in society, etc.;--through the study of sports. Just as certain social classes are associated with certain sports, each gender is more commonly associated with specific sports as well. Cultural reasons for the exclusion of women from certain key sports are analyzed. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Gender Studies In Saturday Morning Marketing
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An 8 page paper looking at the content of both children's TV shows and the commercials within them from a gender view. Shows discussed are Looney Tunes (Porky Pig), Captain Planet and Muppet Babies. Commercials discussed are those for Oreo Cookies, a motorcycle that comes with a wrench for making bike parts move, triplet babies, and ever-present Barbie. The paper concludes that though there are some instances of gender-specific focus, children's programming seems to be much less gender-biased than in years past. Bibliography lists two sources.
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Gender: Nature Or Nurture?
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6 pages in length. Gender issues span a significant range of concerns based upon performance, intelligence and aptitude; however, the very fundamental components of such social struggle stem from whether nature or nurture commands greater credit and why. Patriarchy has long assumed that the male gender is, by nature, regarded as superior over its female counterpart; while this mentality has been somewhat reversed in certain global communities, it still takes precedent in many others that refuse to alter centuries-worth of tradition. Of the myriad occasions for the nature/nurture argument to exist, sports and language represent two where the student might apply a combination of both aspects. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Gendering Activity and World War I: Differences in the Views of Men and Women on Warfare
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A 10 page overview of the differences in views of men verses women in regard to warfare. Presents the assertion that men viewed combat largely as a test of their masculinity while women viewed war and everything associated with it as an atrocity. Notes that the perceptions of each gender changed over time, however, as a result of indirect and direct stressors of warfare. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Global Gender Issues
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A 7 page paper persuasive argument in support of global gender issues as postulated by Spike Peterson and Anne Sisson Runyan. The paper discusses how these authors relate global issues to housewife economics vs. business economics and the factors that get in the way of resolving global conflicts and related gender issues. The paper particularly operates on the dynamics of chaos theory and how this relates to patriarchy and feminism in the global arena.
Filename: Genissu.doc

Gus Lee/"China Boy"
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An 8 page analysis of Gus Lee's novel China boy, which concerns the trials and tribulations of a young Chinese-American boy. The writer uses this scenario as a springboard to discuss, in general, Western concepts of masculinity. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Hildegard of Bingen: Attitudes Toward Men And Women
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5 pages in length. Hildegard of Bingen was considered a trendsetter of her time; not only did she speak openly of sexual relations between a man and a woman, but she addressed myriad other topics that, up until her literary candor, had only been discussed in private. One area in particular that Hildegard approached with vehemence and resolution is that of the importance of men and women within the context of society. These attitudes are generally equal in respect; however, the one point the can be argued as being more significant than the others relates to her opinion of Adam and Eve. In Causeae et Curae, she argued that if Adam had succumbed to the serpent instead of Eve, the original sin thus created would have been too strong to be overcome at all. Otherwise, she believed that the roles both men and women assume within the social environment are complementary, both required for the proper functioning of society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Ibsen Meets Euripides (Nora and Medea)
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(5 pp). Remember some old saying that you heard as a kid: The more things change, the more they stay the same. As a kid the phrase did not make a lot of sense, and by the time you were an adult, you did not want it to be true, let alone make sense. There is that same thread of commonality in both of the female "heroes," in this discussion: society has determined what their roles are and how long they are to enact them. Enter Nora and Medea, who both prove to have minds of their own. Bibliography lists 2 sources)
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Identifying Coping Strategies In Female Inmates With A History Of Domestic Violence
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11 pages in length. One might readily surmise that female inmates with a history of domestic violence have a significantly more difficult time coping within the prison setting than their convict counterparts due to the patriarchal oppressive structure they have typically experienced. In order to meet the needs of this particular population women, it is important to tap into the vast psychological issues that are inherently associated with domestic violence. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
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Is Television Really Our Friend in the Gender Neighborhood?
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(7 pp) Television has been around long enough, that sometimes now we tend to view it as a "friend." What this discussion will look at is what kind of messages concerning our gender roles - the way that we are to act as men and women according to society's ideas, which may be in conflict with our own. We will be looking at what is our "friend," really saying? Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Islamic Oppression Of Women: Theological Or Cultural?
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11 pages in length. The writer discusses Islamic oppression of women as it relates to being either a comprehensive belief throughout the religion or merely a cultural bias practiced in only certain communities. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Jealousy & Gender
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An 11 page research paper describing jealousy and gender differences. General comments based on observation are offered, the concept of jealousy, research on relationships and infidelity are discussed. Finally, a proposal for a study and the survey questions that would be used are offered. Bibliography is included.
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Jealousy / Gender Differences
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This 10 page research paper explore the powerful emotion of jealousy. Specifically, the writer looks at gender differences and studies that have related to the types of differences that exist. Additionally, length of relationship is investigated revealing there is a correlation between this factor and the feeling and expression of jealousy. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Jewish Feminist Scholarship
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A 7 page analysis that examines the text Feminist Perspectives on Jewish Studies, which is edited by Lynn Davidson and Shelly Tenebaum. The writer examines their "three-stage" approach to feminist scholarship and then discusses various essays. No additional sources cited.
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Jewish Issues as Considered in Alan M. Dershowitz’s “The Vanishing American Jew” and in Letty Cottin Pogrebin’s “Deborah, Golda and Me: Being Female and Jewish in America”
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A 6 page paper which examines why, according to Dershowitz, anti-Semitism is no longer a serious problem for the American Jew, and also considers the issues addressed in the contemporary Jewish feminist revolution, and evaluate its successes and failures, according to Pogrebin. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGjewish.rtf

Kate Chopin's "The Storm": Complexity Masked By Simplicity
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3 pages in length. The writer discusses Chopin's use of simplistic symbolism as a means by which to address a more expansive underlying message in "The Storm." Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Machiavelli's View of Women
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This 5 page paper considers Machiavelli's view of women and differences in gender. In particular, this paper looks at Machiavelli's view that "virtue is a woman" and relates this to his beliefs on gender and politics. This paper is based on Machiavelli's The Prince. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Male Social Workers & The Conveyance Of Compassion And Nurturing in Professional Relationships
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A 20 page research study that considers the issues of gender bias as they relate to the male role in social work. This paper incorporates the current literature with a study of social work students. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
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Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Less Than Perfect - Society's Tendency Toward "Mother-Blaming"
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An 8-page paper that examines the conventional tendency of society to blame mothers for the dysfunction of their children and of society itself. Discussed is the development of this theory in the 1950s, its progress throughout the latter half of the twentieth century, and the overall change in attitude and views toward this theory that is currently occurring in modern society. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: LCMamas.doc

Margaret Fuller (1810-1850).
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(5 pp) America's first true feminist, Margaret Fuller holds a distinctive place in the cultural life of the American Renaissance. Transcendentalist, literary critic, editor, journalist, teacher, and political activist, ultimately turned revolutionary, she numbered among her close friends the intellectual prime movers of the day: Emerson, Thoreau, the Peabody sisters, the Alcotts, Horace Greeley, Carlyle, and Mazzini--all of whom regarded her with admiration and sometimes even awe. This discussion focuses on Fuller and her work. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Marge Piercy’s “Women on the Edge of Time” as an Example of Feminist Utopian Literature
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A 6 page paper which the concept of utopia from a feminist context, providing insight into the author’s ideology, with a brief background to consider the times in which the novel was written, and a specific consideration of what makes the novel utopian, in terms of content, form and structure. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Marriage and the Role of Women
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This 8 page paper provides an overview of the concept of marriage and the role of women through assessments of the views of St. Augustine, St. Jerome and a number of other writings. This paper assesses the substantial directives for marriage outlined in the writings of religious philosophers and the way in which these were applied in medieval times. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Married and Single Women in the Early Nineteenth Century
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A Comparison to Jane Austin's Emma; This 6 page paper considers the public and private perceptions of women at the beginning of the nineteen century. There was a great difference in the status of a married woman and that of a single woman, which can be seen by the way in which it contrasts with heroine of the book Emma and the self determination shown by Emma, and the results of her actions. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
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Married Women in the Workplace; A Dissertation Proposal
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This 5 page paper is a proposal for a dissertation that will study the influences that act on married women determining whether or not they actively participate in the workplace. The paper considers the background, the research question, a brief literary review as well as considering how the study may be conducted. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
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Mary Wollstonecraft and Her Influence on Feminism
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A 5 page paper which discusses the life and works of Mary Wollstonecraft, illustrating her profound influence on the women's rights movement. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Medieval Gender Roles
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Western Civilization often emphasizes the theme of human freedom. The role of women in medieval Europe has been portrayed as having limited freedom, denying them the right to exercise free will in a society dominated by religious considerations as well as being in the process of social and economic transition. This 7 page paper proposes that during the Middle Ages there were a number of factors that influenced gender roles, among them the preponderance of war and the assumption of political power by the church. Once the effects of war had declined, the church stepped in to re-establish former roles. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Men, Women, & Differences in Non-Verbal Communication
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In this 2 page essay, the writer observes differences between men and women in non-verbal communication patterns & habits.. Among other things, it is concluded that men are generally more expressive with their hands than their female counterparts ! No Bibliography.
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Out of the Frying Pan & Into the Fire - The Changing Role of Women Since 1970
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A 4 page paper that examines the changing role of the female gender since the implementation of the sex discrimination laws and protection of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Discussed are the dual role identities faced by women of the 1970s and 1980s as well as the achievements gained in the 1990s. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Out Of Work Divorced Mother: Is It Her Fault?
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5 pages in length. Laura is a twenty-four-year-old Caucasian woman who is divorced with three young children. Her ex-husband Josh, who works in a mill in Josephine County, Oregon, has dutifully maintained his child support payments; however, Laura is very upset because it is not enough to support both her and her children. She has a high school education yet has not been able to find full time work, which she significantly attributes to her lack of any pertinent skills. It has come to the point where she must receive food stamps in order to feed her children, which upsets her even more, because she feels it is all her fault that she is in this situation. Clearly, that is not the case, inasmuch as the overwhelming social forces and cultural influences have served to involuntarily shape her life to the exclusion of her own choices. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Outrageous Acts, Everyday Rebellions
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7 pages. In this paper the student is to think of an act which in some way makes the world a better place for women, or even perhaps for one woman. This outrageous act, as it may be called, will be examined in this paper as well as the reason the choice was made to take this action, and the results of the choice. While this is only a hypothetical example, this excellent model paper discusses an 'outrageous act' which serves to make the world a better place for at least one person. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Parental Interaction / Effects On The Development Of Children's Gender Roles
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A 16 page examination of gender roles and how these roles are shaped during early childhood by parental and societal interaction. Includes an extensive bibliography with dozens of sources cited.
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Peggy Orenstein/ "School Girls"
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A 5 page analysis of Peggy Orenstein's book, "School Girls," which chronicles the drop in self esteem and confidence that often plagues girls in junior high. Orenstein's book discusses her research at two junior high schools that confirms this problem in early adolescence. No additional sources cited.
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Power in American Society
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A 1 page discussion of the concept of power. Distinguishes between legitimate power and illegitimate power specifying that legitimate power entails as consideration of the greater good and public consensus. Warns that illegitimate power is on a growing trend in the U.S. and that it is the rich who has this power and the poor who are exploited under it. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Prejudice: Article Critique
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6 pages in length. In a perfect world, all entities, every race and each person would be represented in the same fair light. However, this is not a perfect world, and people of various races, gender and origins are not given the same fair treatment as others routinely receive. Regardless of the color of one's skin or the sound of one's voice, racial bias has likely tainted public perception of that particular race on at least one occasion or another. The following articles address the issues of prejudice as they exist in contemporary society. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Promisekeepers: Article Comparison
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This 5 page paper compares two articles which discuss the Promisekeepers program, a male Christian group that endorses defined roles in marriage. The articles are compared and contrasted in a bulleted format. No additional sources cited.
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Prostitution: Differing Feminist Views
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An 8 page overview of the inroads made to understanding female prostitution which have resulted with feminist research. Notes that feminist research on female prostitution has in itself exhibited a two-sided approach to the issues. On the one hand, feminist research indicts female prostitution as a system of exploitation and sexual abuse and as an institution which results in sexual subordination and enslavement. Other feminist research, however, views female prostitution as a means by which women can empower themselves and materially prosper by preying on the needs and desires of men. Summarizes each view and concludes by noting that the key to understanding prostitution is a fuller understanding of the applications of the words "choice" and "consent". Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Race and Gender Issues in Gloria Naylor's Mama Day
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This 10 page paper considers how the issues of race and gender are dealt with in this black feminist book in a manner that is not confrontational nor is it openly critical. The paper considers the subtleties of the narrative and the contrasts drawn the give the message of the importance of race and gender in the makeup of an individual as well as within society. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
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Science and Frankenstein; A Feminist Perspective
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This 7 page paper looks at Mary Shelly's famous work and the science that is portrayed in that book. Some of the science seen in the book has become more possible and more likely in recent years, whilst some is still fantasy. Perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of this papers examination of Frankenstein is the way that the science is presented when considered in the light of gender issues and the monster being seen as a possible feminist alter ego. The bibliography cites 16 sources.
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Self-Esteem and Body Image
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This 8 page paper delves into the subject of self-esteem and body image, inclusive of a study that shows differences primarily by age and sex. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Sexual and Marital Alternatives
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A 7 page paper that presents the alternatives some women are choosing around the world as an escape from the marriage construct model. The model is presented and used throughout the paper. The paper operates from the views of feminist anthropologists such as Pat Caplan and Veona Oldenburg, and posits that the empowerment actions embodied in the courtesans of Indian and lesbian mothers, in effect, are empowering acts to the women in those situations, despite their relationship to the model. These acts, therefore, make a positive contribution to the feminist anthropological record. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Sexual Development
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A 7 page paper on the devolpment of human beings and the gender roles we are given at birth. The paper delves into the psychology of what sexual development is and what impact does it have on every child's life. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Sexual Harassment Among Elementary School Students
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A 9 page discussion of the problems currently being experienced in elementary schools regarding the sexual harassment of student by their classmates. Outlines recent cases which have reached as far as the Supreme Court. Associates the escalation of sexual harassment in the elementary schools with that in society in general. Suggests that the solution to each is interrelated and, in the schools, involves a readdress of gender equality and relationships. Includes a one page Roman numeral outline. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Sexual Harassment in the School Setting
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A 6 page paper discussing sexual harassment primarily in the high school and college years, but also including middle school actions that have been labeled as being true harassment. One even resulted in a Supreme Court decision (Davis vs Monroe County School Board) that schools must take steps to halt any harassment found to exist. The difficulty in dealing with sexual harassment cases lies in the problems of definition, age of consent, ethics, learning to deal with the opposite sex and common sense. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Shattering Silence: Gender Differences In Northern Ireland
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A 5 page examination of the role of gender differences in the conflicts of Northern Ireland. Based largely on the book 'Shattering Silence: Women, Nationalism, and Political Subjectivity in Northern Ireland' by Begona Aretxaga. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Short Stories By Women
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The short stories of Nadine Gordimer, Grace Pale, Susan Minot and Alice Munro can all be loosely classified as 'feminist' because they are stories told by women, about women and for women. This 5 page paper explores four stories, focusing on theme and similarities. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Socially Constructed Sexuality
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A 6 page research paper that examines how socially constructed concepts of gender do not necessarily—in fact very seldom—actually match the reality of sexuality as experienced by individuals. To illustrate this, the writer relates details of two interviews, one with a homosexual individual and one with a heterosexual individual and relates how their lives illustrate certain theories on sexuality proposed by the researchers cited in the paper. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Sociobiological Viewpoint On Human Behavior
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Sociobiology is the study of the biological bases of behavior in the context of neo-Darwinian evolutionary theory. This 6 page paper asserts that biology (either micro or macro) does not determine human behavior. The sociobiological view fails to adequately account for or explain behavioral patterns in humans. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Spousal Homicide: Can It Be Defended?
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(6 pp) The significance and use of a successful provocation plea as an extenuating ground is usually that it reduces murder to manslaughter, despite the fact the defendant intended to-and did-kill in anger. The unique feature of provocation is that the plea may extenuate even though it is accepted that, in killing, the defendant was not seeking to save him or herself from death or injury. The following information should enforce the possibility of use of the provocation defense. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Staying Single In Contemporary Society
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In this 7 page research paper, the writer argues that staying single is actually more economically feasible than getting married in modern American society. First citing a number of statistics which demonstrate that fewer people are even marrying at all, the writer moves on to show materialistic reasons why men in particular are better off unmarried. Economic issues concerning child-rearing, the likelihood of divorce, etc.;- -are all factored into the discussion. Although not necessarily any easier, the trend towards "living together" is briefly analyzed as well. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Stereotypical Portrayals of Women
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A 7 page discussion of the stereotypical portrayals of women in literature. Provides examples from William Faulkner’s “As I Lay Dying”, Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale”, and the Bible to demonstrate that these stereotypical portrayals exist both in our historic literature and even in our contemporary literature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Susan Moller Okin's "Justice, Gender, And The Family"
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6 pages in length. Susan Moller Okin, author of "Justice, Gender, and the Family," espouses to three distinct aspects of political space that deal with women and children: tradition, personal and property. Upon further examination, one finds that the author reconstructs the family as a means by which to increase political space in these three particular areas, with special emphasis placed upon women and children. The approach she takes in reconstruction is by reviewing and heavily critiquing philosopher John Rawls' social contract theory for having grossly overlooked the issue of gender. No additional sources cited.
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Tampering with Tradition - Gender Stereotypes in the Workplace
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A 15 page paper that discusses gender stereotypes in the workplace and examines how these stereotypes affect female workers. Included is a brief summary of the history of females in the workplace as well as a short discussion on the origins of gender stereotypes. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: LCGender.doc

The Different Voices Of Gender
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This 6 page paper analyzes the research reported in the article of this title by Wolfinger and Rabow. Specifically, this paper addresses the basis for the research, methodology, results and implications of results which add to the understanding of the differences in how men and women communicate.
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The Evolution of Women's Roles
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This 5 page paper explores the evolution of women's roles in the twentieth century and how technology has played a part in it. Both roles in the home and the workplace are discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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The Females of Edgar Allen Poe's "Ligeia" and Rose Terry Cooke's "My Visitation"
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A 5 page overview of the underlying theme of femininity in these two short stories. Suggests that in many ways these depictions vary somewhat from the stereotypical vision of male writers depicting weak and inferior women and female writers presenting a more factually accurate portrait of their female characters. In many ways Poe presents a stronger image of women in "Ligeia" than does Cooke in "My Visitation". While Poe's short stories could be said to glorify the image of a strong woman, Cooke's actually derides that strength. No additional sources are listed.
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