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    Critiques autobiography by black South African, focusing on apartheid & author's success in tennis.

    Mark Mathabane, in his autobiography Kaffir Boy, tells the story, first, of one man's suffering at the mercy of South Africa's system of apartheid, an... more
    8 pages | 1 sources | 20 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Socioeconomic inequities & oppression, alienation from feminism, work, marriage & family, education, socialization.

    Working class women internalize their own oppression. These women learn the stereotypes that define their lives at an early age. Working class women... more
    5 pages | 5 sources | 13 citations | APA citation style

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    Discusses immigrant period, 1881-1914; reasons for migration; difficulties faced by immigrants; effects of mass migration; post WWII era & move to suburbs. Anti-Semitism; process of assimilation.

    American Jewish History in the 20th Century The Immigrant Period Between 1881 and 1914 approximately two and a half million Jews crossed national bord... more
    10 pages | 3 sources | 55 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    voices of opression unite in their hidden strengths

    In Simmel's The Stranger the sociologist proclaimed that identitywas irrevocably linked to one's state in society The stranger is definedby his status... more
    3 pages | 3 sources | 3 citations | MLA citation style

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    An analysis of the implication of silence in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior and how it relates to the narrator’s Chineseness and its debilitating and empowering effects.

    Silence in The Woman WarriorIntroduction In Maxine Hong Kingston's The Woman Warrior Memoirs of a GirlhoodAmong Ghosts the concept of silence plays a ... more
    5 pages | 2 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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    Using Achebe's novel Things Fall Apart, analyzes the role of women in Igbo society that maintains while the culture is chauvinistic and undermines women’s voices, it does afford women specific roles of importance.

    Women in Achebe's WorldIntroduction In Achebe's Things Fall Apart we are treated to the story ofthe oppression and eventual destruction of the culture... more
    3 pages | 2 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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    The purpose of this paper is to discuss the impact and ongoing results of the Latin American “national security state” – it does so through discussion of events in El Salvador that are representative of this type of governmental suppression what it claims to be dissident and rebel factions.

    Impact of the National Security State The purpose of this paper is to discuss the impact and ongoingresults of the Latin American national security st... more
    4 pages | 7 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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    An analysis of the Harlem Renaissance that focuses on the artistic expression of various African American artists in their search to redefine black identity. The long term influence of artistic output.

    Harlem RenaissanceIntroduction Two developments led to a mass movement of African Americans toHarlem New York during the s a period during which more ... more
    8 pages | 9 sources | 17 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper discusses interracial communication. In particular, it discusses the critical race theory which believes that racism is inevitable, but fights oppression of marginalized groups, rejects social and legal claims of objectivity, neutrality and color blindness, recognizes the importance of experiential knowledge, and embraces Marxism, feminism, postmodernsism critical/cultural studies.

    It is difficult to pin down one particular theory of interracialcommunication which best fits my own personal theory because a little ofeach is true P... more
    5 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper provides an analysis of Ralph Ellison’s novel Invisible Man. The analysis focuses on the narrator’s ambivalence and why he is ambivalent to whites, blacks and the institutions of society in American culture. How he learns to overcome this ambivalence through higher consciousness is also addressed.

    Invisible Man Introduction In Ralph Ellison account of oppression and racism directed atAfrican Americans in U S society in Invisible Man the author t... more
    9 pages | 1 sources | 19 citations | MLA citation style

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