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The Female Prime Ministers of New Zealand
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This 10page paper looks at Helen Clark and Jennifer Shipley of New Zealand, the current and former Prime Ministers. The paper considers how gender has played an issue in gaining and retaining leadership as well as the other influences that have been evidenced on their political careers. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Filename: TEnewzle.wps

The Phenomenon of Geraldine Ferraro / Media Portrayal
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A well-researched 30 page paper on the first woman to be nominated for national office in the United States. The writer describes the media's portrayal of Ferraro and how she coped with the 'bad press' she received. Ferraro's unique social responsibilities and the media's unfair treatment of her -- based entirely on gender -- are of primary importance to this discussion. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Ferraro.wps

The Subjugation of Women From Ancient Times to the Seventeenth Century
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A 3 page discussion of the ancient and historic subjugation of women. Contends that while differences in the societal roles between men and women may at one time have been justifiable, this justification has not been valid for centuries. Points out change became a particularly obvious part of the Victorian Era. Concludes that different women took different approaches to effect the changes which they saw as necessary in regard to their traditional gender roles in the Victorian Era. While many chose to stay in the home in the same role they had occupied for years, others sought jobs, and still others sought education. In comparison to the women's movement which we know today, the women's movement of this earlier time was muted to say the least. Never-the-less progress was made and women slowly began to carve their own niche into society as a whole. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: PPwomSub.wps

Women and Religion in the South
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A 14 page paper which discusses women and their involvement in religion in the South. The paper covers the history of this involvement. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAwmnsth.wps

Women and the California Gold Rush
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15 pages in length. a fascinating account of the little-told stories of the women that were in California at the time of the gold rush. Contrary to popular belief, not all of them were saloon girls and prostitutes; there were some who had legitimate businesses such as boarding houses and laundries, and others were searching for gold themselves. All in all, the women have a fascinating tale to tell as well, and it is all too often forgotten. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JGAgldrs.wps

Women and the Supreme Court
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This 9 page paper focuses on the role of women in the legal profession. The paper attempts to answer the question as to why there are less female judgeships in the higher courts of the Untied States. Explanations revolve around general issues of women's rights and equality. The political climate of various administrations, particularly those of Reagan and Clinton, are the focus. Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg are portrayed as role models. Bibliography lists more than a dozen sources.
Filename: Womsupr.wps

Women At The Top
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An 18 page paper. Women represent almost half of the entire workforce in the United States but less than 3 percent of American CEOs are women. The percentage is expectedly even less in Japan. The executive level is male-dominated with barriers that few women are able to break through. This paper discusses those barriers. Three female CEOs (two American, one Japanese) are profiled with information about others who have reached high executive levels, including Carly Fiorina who is the first women in history to lead a Dow 30 company. What women executives believe is necessary to break through the glass ceiling is discussed. Statistical data are included. Bibliography lists 21 sources.
Filename: PGfemceo.wps

Women In Early America
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During the revolutionary era, at a time when North Americans proclaimed liberty and political participation as their birthright, women remained separate from the institutions of political life. This 7 page research paper examines the sociopolitical oppression of women and the beginnings of feminist activism in the United States. The writer discusses womens' productivity in the 19th century, the first school mistresses, and more. It is argued that women essentially created a female sub-culture which redefined the meaning of public life itself. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Womncolo.wps

Women in Non-Traditional Careers
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5 pages in length. Women can earn a lot more money as machinists or auto mechanics than they would as clerks or child-care workers, and according to one estimate this amounts to almost a half-million dollars more over a lifetime. So why aren't more women entering into non-traditional careers? Vocational educators are striving to recruit more girls into their trades programs, and the federal government wants employers to hire more women into their skilled trades positions as well. This is because women are approximately forty-five percent of the workforce but fifty-seven percent of the people in poverty. And they are only two percent of the skilled trades workers. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JGAwmbus.wps

Women in Politics / Toward Equity
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A 10 page research paper on the historical basis behind barriers to politics, and how the barriers are being broken in U.S. politics. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Wmnpolit.doc

Women of Early Modern Europe: Sophie Cheron
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7 pages in length. Elisabeth Sophie Ch‚ron is the main topic of this interesting documnent on the women of early modern Europe. Rather than being a biography of her life, it argues a clear thesis of the fact that the female of that time was as socially and creatively strong as her male counterparts. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: JGAchern.wps

Women's Lives In The 1830s
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A 5 page paper on the topic of the diversity of the life experiences of three different American woman during the 1830s. One diary and two autobiographies are used to show that there really is no truly universal American experience. Bibliography lists three sources.
Filename: Diary1830.wps


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