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    This research deals with how the Zar cult, which involves adherents in trances and dances aimed at improving health and well-being, benefits women in Muslim culture in Sudan. Describes the historical, cultural and religious context of the Zar Cult, and how it functions.

    This research examines ethnomedical attributes of the zar cult inSudan The research will set forth a working definition of zar and thehistorical cultu... more
    15 pages | 14 sources | 41 citations | MLA citation style

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    Reviews of several articles dealing with aspects of American political culture. Article topics include battered women, the political culture of American Whigs, agrarian fundamentalism and American populism, Comanche Indian culture, the role of the entertainment industry.

    Article Reviews Prisoners in their own home A structural and cognitiveinterpretation of the problems of battered women by Stiles and Caulkins This art... more
    8 pages | 8 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper provides a book review of Leila Ahmed’s memoir, A Border Passage: From Cairo to America-A Woman’s Journey. The review focuses on the influence of politics, culture, religion and family in shaping identity as well as the author’s experiences living in Egypt, England, and the United States.

    A Border Passage Introduction Despite her Egyptian heritage and Arab cultural background in ABorder Passage From Cairo to America-A Woman's Journey Le... more
    5 pages | 1 sources | 13 citations | APA citation style

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    Discusses the experiences of Muslim women in the United States with an emphasis on how they either assimilate into mainstream culture or use a variety of means to protect their children and communities from what they view as “harmful” western influences. Education, generational transmission, and other strategies used to reinforce Islamic values are addressed.

    Muslim Women in the U S Introduction The Muslim community in the U S is small compared to other westernnations like Britain estimated at between two a... more
    5 pages | 6 sources | 14 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper presents a five paragraph argument, with thesis statement in the introduction, on the significance of women in Tayeb Salih’s novel about the clash of cultures between East and West in post-colonial Sudan in “Season of Migration to the North.”

    The Function of Women in Season of Migration to the North Introduction Death and love are opposing forces in Tayeb Salih's Season ofMigration to the N... more
    2 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper discusses feminism in American history based on two essays; Susan Faludi’s “Blame It on Feminism” and Estelle B. Freedman’s “Expanding the Definition: Sexual Harassment and Domestic Violence,” illustrating feminism in American history.

    Feminism in American History Introduction If feminist writers Estelle B Freedman and Susan Faludi haveanything in common in their respective essays Ex... more
    4 pages | 2 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper provides an analysis of why the Cherokee expressed cultural persistence more than cultural transformation in their interaction with white settlers and Anglo-Europeans. Various eras of Cherokee history are addressed, from colonial days to forced removal.

    Cherokee Cultural Persistence Introduction The encroaching presence of Anglo-European settlers via colonizationof the New World led to increasing cont... more
    4 pages | 4 sources | 10 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper provides the argument that few if any generalizations can be made about India’s gender systems despite paternal oppression of female expression and gender roles historically in the nation. Three Indian films and one article are used to support the argument.

    Indian Gendered Landscapes Introduction Despite the impression to the contrary because of devout religiousor philosophical beliefs the study of gender... more
    4 pages | 4 sources | 11 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper discusses the movie Mulan in terms of the role and treatment of women in ancient China and concludes that the movie supports the Hua Mulan folktale where women must cross-dress to achieve the same accomplishments as men and that although progress has been made in women's rights, that progress is not yet complete.

    Mulan and the Role of Women In the Disney film Mulan the main character's role as a woman isthe central question of the story Mulan a Chinese girl mak... more
    5 pages | 3 sources | 18 citations | MLA citation style

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    English-Cantonese Bilingual I am an English-Cantonese bilingual Because I have fluency in bothEnglish and Cantonese I feel I am in a good position to ... more
    8 pages | 5 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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