The artists are the intellectual leaders of a society who incur significant influence in the patterns of culture and civilization. The participation of women in the development of cultural values and literary achievements are also [...]
The uniqueness of Mary Cassatt's style is that she depicts the natural desires and values of women, women, and their hopes.
Consequently, in the conditions then prevailing in Pakistan, the bureaucracy and the military emerged as the principal institutions in the country, especially salient in the need to build a young, fragile country, emerging in the [...]
From some of the comments in the cartoon, it is obvious, too, that the morphology of Tami's body threatens the discipline and spatial integrity of the formation she is in.
The influence of the trend on equality on the example of "Iron Girls" benefits the feminism movement and helps to draw attention to the claims made by its participants.
Women have historically been restricted in their choice of profession such as in areas of education, politics and business [often referred to as the 'glass ceiling'] and their right to choose should not be limited [...]
The outcome of eradicating the concept of a patriarchy can only result in the liberation of women, gays, minorities and men as well.
For Adichie, the only thing necessary to qualify as a feminist is recognizing the problem with gender and aspiring to fix it, regardless of whether a person in question is a man or woman. This [...]
The book The Color Purple by Alice Walker gives a detailed analysis of the challenges and predicaments many women of color had to experience throughout the first half of the 20th century in the southern [...]
Nowadays, it involves advocacy and a set of activities aimed to protect the rights of a plethora of discriminated groups, including LGBT community members and racial minorities.
2 In the 1960s and the 1970s, liberal feminism focused on working women's issues and the impact of experiences that females of any race could have.
The paper describes the group's history, principles, mission, methods of work, political activities, achievements, and opposition to emphasize the importance of the organization's activity. As the ideology and movement that established the equality of men [...]
Therefore, it can be concluded that the song "Unstoppable," which is performed by Sia, transfers the main ideas of empowerment and feminist theory.
The objectives of the movement converged at addressing problems that women faced at the time as part of promoting the ultimate agendas of the Progressive Era as discussed in the next section.
One of the reasons why feminism is viewed negatively in the contemporary society is the fact that it has always had a negative connotation.
It can also be claimed that the attempts of women to enter the sphere of politics have become the most important determinant in the construction of ideas about British democracy and culture. In this period, [...]
Moreover, these tortures were intended to become public with the help of demonstrations at Abu Ghraib and taking photographs that accentuated the loss of prisoners' masculine power. According to Foucault's views, public torture is an [...]
Feminism is one of the most significant movements of the 20th century as it resulted in the reconsideration of the role of women and the emergence of multiple opportunities for their personal and professional development.
This is the first and probably most blatant indication of the visitors' inability to treat women as equals, even though the men continuously mention that gender equality has been achieved on Earth.
Due to the growing resistance to various forms of differentiation and the negative attitude to the image of a third world woman traditionally promoted in Western countries, feminist activists started to realize the necessity to [...]
The introductory chapter points out that the body is a unifying subject that attracts intense inquiry to reveal different possibilities of corporeality that were masked by the intellectual traditions of modernism.
The central argument of the essay is that Beowulf inspired Wonder Woman and led to the creation of a story that asserts the ability of females to be superheroes.
Corrigedora relies on black folklore, dialects, and performance to paint a picture of the psychological struggle of women in twentieth-century America.
The prolific feminist writers whose ideas and positions on the body will be compared are Susan Bordo, Shaw and Lee, and Shildrick and Price.
The failure to conform to the expectations of a male or female in terms of behavior and expression of identity often attracts social sanctions.
The crux of Bordo's argument is that images of the modern female body in Western society are shaped by historical and socio-cultural constructions of ideal femininity.
This paper presents a discussion on the role of social media in political protest, as well as an analysis of the limits and potentials of nude protest.
In light of the paramount nature of reassessment of academic doctrine conducted in feminist research, this paper undertakes the examination of core notions and concepts in this field, such as situated knowledge, truth, objectivity, bias, [...]
According to the author, the adoption of the neo-liberal economic policies in most countries of the world resulted in the creation of the situation when, as of today, the workers' bargaining power continues to decline [...]
Power imbalances affect human societies in multiple ways, and one of the phenomena that are important from this perspective is the intersection of colonialism and knowledge. From the perspective of colonization, the intersection of colonialism [...]
However, for the majority of women, the situation changed considerably after the initiation of the suffrage movement in the 19th century, which found its reflection in the women's rights movement of the 20th and 21st [...]
For example, whereas the women's health rights movement is a global affair, the fact that events related to the movement are mainly held in the US means that other countries do not feel the impact [...]
Gill focuses on the rights of disabled women and the role they play in the feminist movement. It is noted that the modern view of illness is associated with the assumption that the factors affecting [...]
The relational approach to autonomy is a crucial aspect in the process of analyzing people's behaviors and relations. Understanding the peculiarities of agency and autonomy is necessary to build ethical connections and avoid harming others.
One of the main purposes of the book is to promote the increase of the level of knowledge about the life of Mary McLeod, her activity, and her struggle for the rights of women and [...]
The reason why the movement emerged in the 1960s was that females began to reconsider their position in the society that was established after the war.
The article explores the validity of a claim by most women that they opt out of work to raise children by choice.
The reason for this is simple this particular plot's development suggests that, just as it happened to be the case with the functioning of a male psyche, the working of a female psyche implies that [...]
This is especially true when it comes to Third World countries wherein the identity of women are downplayed and in most cases dependent on the male members of the household. In this regard women are [...]
Despite the fact that Irigaray has managed to perform a femininity masquerade, she is not able to reproduce or reiterate the different ways that show that women lack a unique language.
The first use of the phrase is traced back in the fiscal 1871 and it was incorporated in the French medical texts to undermine the people who had both sex organs.
According to post-structural feminism structures in society still hold the woman back.de Beauvoir states that this is because structures still exist in the minds of people as to the place of women in society.
It originated from these feminist engagements and includes wide-ranging theories and theories about the genesis of disparity and in a number of cases, about the communal structure of sex and gender, in a diversity of [...]
The concepts of psychoanalytic theories have become effective tools for understanding the main underpinnings of the feminist movement, its place in the lives of individual women, and post-feminism symptoms.
All the women in the videos seek a way out of the evident economic, social, and physical oppression as well as the awkward traditional practices, some of which people have relied on since time immemorial.
In chapter 5 and 6 of the book Gender and development by Catherine Virginia Scott, the author tries to explain how the modernization and development theories can be modified further to substantiate the role of [...]
The author focuses on the life of African American women, Chinese women, and representatives of the Chicano culture to compare the life aspects with the situation characteristic for the white women in the United States [...]
Feminist Geopolitics and September 11 is the article that presents the evaluation of the events on September 11 from the perspective inherent mostly to women; it is not about male criticism and their evident mistakes; [...]
The author speaks on the feminist movement in the 1960's and the good things that happened as a result of the movement. She demonstrates the achievements of the feminist movement despite the contradictions and shortcomings [...]
Discrimination and disregard of someones basic rights are one of the central causes for the emergence of significant psychological problems and the gradual deterioration of the quality of life.
Thus, the sources of support for women in Jordan and Tunisia are quite different due to the discrepancies in the administrative issues associated with the feminist movement.
It aims at the investigation of recent movements in the state and explains of the idea that a significant improvement of views on women and the decrease of sexism could be observed.
However, it is the duty of feminists as of those trying to reach fairness and justice to draw attention to the problem of difference at all levels and not only at the level of gender.
Thus, it is evident that sexting as an activity that many teenagers engage in poses a problem for the society, as it sheds light on the ethical dimension of the issue.
However, regardless of studying the perception of women and their role in society, there is no unified approach in feminist political theory that leads to the existence of the so-called feminist challenge.
The reason for this is that being concerned with the author's personal experiences of informal socialization with different people across the planet, the book provides a strong humanist dimension to the cause of feminism, which [...]
The definition of liberal feminism is the following: "a particular approach to achieving equality between men and women that emphasizes the power of an individual person to alter discriminatory practices against women".
Nonetheless, feminism movements surfaced in the middle of the 20th century campaigning for identity and equality of women in Latin America.
However, I can remember that for many years this term, for me, was associated with the aggression of women and with the idea of women "acting out" or "not being traditionally feminine".
Therefore, it is important to grow in the child the understanding that the opportunities of men and women are the same, and everyone can achieve results in different areas.
Zoe Hendricks is an excellent example of such a "violation": she does not allow men to limit her freedom of speech and is not afraid to express her opinions.
Irina Aristarkhova in her article "Thou Shall Not Harm All Leaving Beings: Feminism, Jainism, and Animals" explores the Jain concept of non-harm and its relation to feminism and the emergence of "an ethic of carefulness" [...]
Shedding light on the evolution of feminist thought processes, as well as the philosophy of feminism, the authors of the excerpts in question point to the problems in the perceptions of the feminist movement, the [...]
Chilean women became the first to organize the strongest feminist movement in the entire South American region in the history of the 20th century.
It is implied that western feminism neglects to take into consideration that other types of feminism exist and that applying the cultural norms and behaviors that formed the ideals of western feminism is just inappropriate [...]
They believe that feminists make the importance of family less critical than it used to be, which affects children's lives and their psychological state.
The issue that needs to be addressed is that many individuals are not aware of the fact that such problems have an enormous impact on the lives of women and their ability to perform day-to-day [...]
Arguably, much of black feminist theories have insisted not only that the state has a particular perspective, but that the state's perspective differs significantly, and problematically, from that of the black women in general and [...]
Among these was the establishment of the first department of Women's Studies and respective programs at Cornell and the University of San Diego, the recognition of lesbian rights, the development of feminist art, a significant [...]
In particular, the dollar crisis in the United States that occurred in 1968 was represented by the deficit in the balance of payments that initiated in the 1950s and by 1968 had significantly diminished the [...]
The feminist theory focuses on the creation of the theoretical background for the majority of crucial assumptions and tends to provide the scientific rationale for womens ability to perform the most important functions in the [...]
Axel Honneth's theory of recognition is a revision of Hegelian theory of recognition and presents an open support for garnering recognition of women but falls short of identifying the real reason for the continued denigration [...]
The rationale for the study of the specified text, therefore, concerns the power of language as the key tool in getting a message across to the target population, as well as the significance of nonverbal [...]
The article analyzes the perception of the girl child in the past centuries and compares the current obsession with the sexuality of the girl child to past eras.
As a conclusion, Sa'ar states that "it is rooted in the code of familial commitment, which is primarily masculine and includes women only secondarily," which makes it difficult for women to commit to the family, [...]
The reading explicitly details the pathways used by women and men in the United States in the 18th and 19th centuries to advocate for the realization of equality of rights across a wide spectrum of [...]
Reviews from different sources including the Mountain Research and Development and the Geographical Journal indicate that Jane has good penetration in the Bolivian issues and his perspective is updated with respect to the gaps and [...]
The movie, in its turn, instead of focusing on the evolution of the female leads, seemed to be concerned with the relationships between the male characters as well as the growth of the latter.
Similarly, it tries to review the mechanism that led to the conviction of the government to amend the law to incorporate the use of contraceptives within Canada.
It is paramount to understand that the name of the activist is relevant even today because an enormous percentage of the population does not agree with the decision of the government.
That is why, using these words the author wants to underline the importance of this issue and the role of woman in society.
John Connor is a boy who is known to play a crucial role in defeating the robots in the future, and the Terminator arrives to save him.
Third wave feminists may seek to show that it is the fault of those supporting a patriarchal system, but the fault is in the biology of men and women.
However, it appears that she has a deep understanding of the various problems arising from the nature of men."Men Explain Things to Me" is one of the essays written by Solnit in a book by [...]
Solnit knows the importance of ensuring the audience understands the plight of women in a world that is dominated by men.
A crucial gender aspect that continues to trouble the unity of the people across the world is gender bias, which seems to encourage the formation of the feminist campaigns.
Alternatively, in creating awareness, the international communities use instances of negative effects of violence on women's rights to sway the public to shun violation against women.
The general aim of this study is to critically evaluate the reasons why there are few women in the telecommunications industry in Europe and the Middle East.
For years, the sphere of political, social and economical life of people all over the world was dominated by men, while women' were restricted to the household domain; more to the point, women were not [...]
It seems that this approach to this problem is important for discussing the origins of social inequalities existing in the community. This is one of the main points that can be made.
As the work of the activists and scholars has bettered the lives and position of women, the women shelters and rape centers have currently been converted into sites for organized public advocacy, crisis intervention and [...]
"It was in the 1970s that feminist psychology emerged as a vital force in the discipline and the psychology of women became recognized as an "official" subfield". Thus, the film is a story of a [...]
Despite the progressive feminism movements that advocate for parity in the different aspects of the society, Nudd and Whalen argue that the feminists are less concerned with achieving the liberation of women.
In particular, this group was determined to fight for the rights of the lesbians as they realised that the arguments of the anti-porn feminists were against their freedom.
Indeed, the state is the sole source of all liberalism movements in the society, and success depends largely on the collective security given by the state.
In their article, "A proposal for an invitational rhetoric", Foss and Griffin have discussed on both traditional rhetorical theories and invitational rhetoric; their aim is to offer an understanding of the above approaches.
However, one of the major findings of the article is the author's three-dimensional model which can help to "explore the intersections of oppression, thereby identifying potential sites of liberation". Fine and Johnson also touch upon [...]
Expressly, much of the agitation for gender equality must seek to explore the general concerns of women in the society, singling out the role of women against their male counterparts to inject gender equality in [...]
The study of methods and methodology shows that the unique differences are found in the motives of the research, the knowledge that the research seeks to expound, and the concerns of the researchers and the [...]
The contract was signed by men to bring to an end the conditions of the state of nature. Life was anarchic and short lived which forced men to sign a social contract that could bring [...]
Beginning with definition of the concepts of Participatory Action Research which includes the little known concept of "participatory research", this book goes on to describe a number of theories and principles of building viable projects [...]
The main significance of this term is the distinction it offers between the common murders that occur in our society and the killing of women just because of their gender.
The concessions made by Muslim governments have led to the adoption of progressive Muslim laws that are discriminative and oppressive to Muslim women in the Muslim societies.
It goes without saying that the US Civil Rights Movement which started in 1960s can be regarded as one of the most potent movements in the history of the USA. The National Organization for Women [...]
The biological make-up of women and the cultural perception by the society has contributed to this position of women in the society.
The development and growth of feminist movements and gender roles were accompanied with the emergence of various theoretical models that explained the roles of women and their positions in the society.
Speaking of the author's position, one should mark that Simone de Beauvoir is obviously concerned with the role of women in the world.
The first wave "refers to the movement of the nineteenth century all the way to the twentieth century, which dealt mainly with suffrage, working conditions and educational rights for women and girls".
As we know men and women face very different and diverse challenges in life and therefore developing a theory that is supposed to suggest solutions to these problems of both men and women is supposed [...]
In essence, shunning and neglecting the capability of women in most sectors has resulted limited their ability to accomplish their potential. Indeed, it is outstanding to foster the participation of women in society.
Aristotle argument that men are superior to women probably might not have led to the interpretation that male dominance in the rule of society to be as a result of women being inferior rather it's [...]
On the contrary, post structuralism is opposite to such an assumption and uses the concept of deconstruction in order to explain the relations and the position of women in the society.
The movie wanted to show the way women believed in their lives in the 1950s through a series of video footage available in the movie's DVD showing women in the fifties, statistics comparing women taking [...]
From the research question, I intend to explore the gender ideology of the Black Power Movement, the participation of women, the effect of the fight against racism together with an increased level of race consciousness [...]
The focus of this paper will be on case studies of women in the years prior to the birth of black feminism.
Upon realization that the researcher was taking a feminist course, the respondent supported the study and promised to link up with the researcher in future.
Because of the many issues that women face, feminism movements' seeks equality between men and women in the society. Throughout, the paper will discuss Gilman's feminism theory and relate it to the issues of women [...]
Hence, the individual feminism theory stands as a core vehicle that could be exploited to create a favorable condition in which women are treated equally as is men.
Globalization despite being seen as occurring "out there", away from the daily lives and activities of women, the global economic and political effects have been evidenced in the struggles and lives of women and other [...]
In addition to libertarian and liberal feminism, there exists a third from of feminism that also fights to ensure not only the society respects women's rights, but also the society adopt values and practices that [...]