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Images of Women
This paper discusses how images of women, which were traditionally produced by men, have contributed to the oppression of women in society. It is noted that the imagery has been changing in recent times as a result of feminism and a growing number of women being involved in the arts and literature.
Images are often used as a way to categorize people and things Inmany cases people use imagery to classify objects without even being awarethat they... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 8 citations | MLA citation style

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Patriarchal Structures in Society
This paper describes the reasons for the development of patriarchy. Male dominance, which is related to the differences in the bodies and personalities of men and women, has been reinforced by religion and other social institutions. The paper also refers to the oppressive impacts of patriarchy in the lives of women.
Patriarchal structures have existed in society since prehistorictimes The origins of patriarchy are related to the biological differencesbetween women... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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Theories of Gender Role Development
This paper describes the basic theories that are used to explain differences in the development of boys and girls. Biological theories, which are focused on differences in anatomy, do not provide the full picture. To fully explain gender role development, one needs to look at environmental influences, as explained by social learning theory, socialization theory and gender schema theory.
Various theories exist to explain gender role behavior and attitudes According to the biological theories the differences between males andfemales are... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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LGBT and Women
Why is it important to understand the
experiences of queer, lesbian, gay,
bisexual, and transgendered teens and
girls
Women's Studies Understanding the personal experiences of others allows individualsto better understand themselves and create a broader and more... more
2 pages | 3 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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Girls Town
The film “Girls Town” explores the lives of young girls in a modern urban environment. The movie follows Patti, a girl who pushes the limits and heads a group of four friends through tribulations in an inner city area of New Jersey. The current discussion will examine the feminist perspective of the film as displayed through the characters, their actions, and their dialogue.
Girls Town The film Girls Town explores the lives of young girls in a modernurban environment The movie follows Patti a girl who pushes the limitsand... more
2 pages | 2 sources | 2 citations | MLA citation style

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Feminist Movement of the 1960s
This paper gives a brief overview over the Second-wave feminism of the 1960s.
Introduction The feminist movement of the and s is frequently referred toas Second-wave feminism signifying on the fact that the United Statesalready... more
5 pages | 8 sources | 20 citations | MLA citation style

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Women Wielding Violence
This paper analyzes the female characters who wield violence in the films “Psycho,” “The Silence of the Lambs,” and “Thelma & Louise” to show that Sessela Bok’s quote by Simon Weil – that violence is a force people want to control that ultimately winds up controlling them – is valid.
Women Wielding Violence In the opening of her book Mayhem Violence As Public Entertainment Sissela Bok quoting Simone Weil claims that violence is a... more
4 pages | 4 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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Sexual Terrorism
This paper uses Carole J. Sheffield’s definition of sexual terrorism (a system by which males frighten and control and dominate females) to show how the main female characters in “The Seven Year Itch,” “Thelma & Louise,” and “Psycho” are subjected to it.
Sexual Terrorism In Sexual Terrorism Carole J Sheffield argues there is adifferent kind of terrorism in America that may be more pernicious... more
4 pages | 4 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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Female Sexuality in Film
Mia Mask examines the differences between black and white responses to the film Monster's Ball (2001). Halle Berry won an Oscar for her performance in the film, but understanding the actual historical significance of this event, as opposed to the media hype, will serve to further demonstrate the racial discrepancies extant in the industry.
Mia Mask examines the differences between black and white responsesto the film Monster's Ball Halle Berry won an Oscar for herperformance in the film... more
3 pages | 2 sources | 2 citations | MLA citation style

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Empowerment and Identity
The Oxford English Dictionary added the term "girl power" in 2001, defining it as "power exercised by girls; spec. a self-reliant attitude among girls and young women manifested in ambition, assertiveness, and individualism". However "Girl power" was a term of empowerment that became a widespread cultural movement during the 1990s and 2000s. It was linked with popular music.
The Oxford English Dictionary added the term girl power in defining it as power exercised by girls spec a self-reliant attitudeamong girls and young... more
2 pages | 3 sources | 3 citations | MLA citation style

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