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    Describes landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision on abortion, effects of case on religion in U.S. & on rights of privacy & freedom of choice.

    This introduction to law, legal institutions and the legal environment will focus on the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court case of Roe versus Wade. Af... more
    5 pages | 11 sources | 19 citations | APA citation style

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    Critical review of work proposing a feminist Judaism reinterpreting religious texts & ending male superiority.

    In her book Standing Again at Sinai, Judith Plaskow attempts to shape and describe a feminist Judaism, and she does so by describing the existing situ... more
    7 pages | 4 sources | 11 citations | MLA citation style

  • $32.00
    History & development in 20th Cent. Feminism, politics, social concerns, economics, family, law, Islamic fundamentalism.

    THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT IN EGYPT Introduction The focus of this research is the contemporary women's movement in Egypt. Historical aspects of the i... more
    8 pages | 8 sources | 30 citations | MLA citation style

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    Analyzes courage, faith & nobility of Old Testament heroines.

    This paper will be a discussion and analysis of two heroines from the Bible, Ruth and Esther, the tales of whom are told respectively in the Book of R... more
    4 pages | 2 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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    Discusses need for education in the diversity of values. Demographic shift in U.S. From a society dominated by whites rooted in Western culture to a global society with a variety of racial and ethnic minorities. Challenges of diversity to educational system and businesses and the workforce. Growth of diversity programs.

    Almost from its inception, the United States has been undergoing demographic transitions. Still, although it has always been a multicultural society ... more
    6 pages | 7 sources | 27 citations | APA citation style

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    A discussion of Catherine Beecher’s views in A Treatise of Domestic Economy as compared to those of Sarah and Angelina Grimke’s views on a woman’s worth and rightful position in society.

    Women Reformers Writers Introduction In A Treatise on Domestic Economy Catherine Beecher outlinesher belief that women and men are equal through civil... more
    5 pages | 3 sources | 14 citations | MLA citation style

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    Discusses the devil, evil and sin with respect to Jeffrey Burton Russell's book "The Prince of Darkness." The ideas of evil and its relation to Satan put forth by Russell.

    The Devil in the World Jeffrey Burton Russell defined popular religion as the study ofthe ways in which theological concepts filtered down into the re... more
    4 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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    An analysis of five short stories by John Updike that are used to demonstrate his common themes of sex, adultery, religion and mortality, and his unique style. Stories are: A & P, Marching through Boston, Your Lover Just Called, Eros Rampant, Brother Grasshopper.

    John Updike Short Stories INTRODUCTION In the majority of short stories from John Updike we are exposed tothe author's chronicle of American life Inno... more
    5 pages | 7 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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    This is a critique of a paper by Marilym Nagy entitled Menstruation and Shamanism. It is a paper dealing with the psycholoigcal reactions of women to menstruation, and how it is treated in primitive cultures, according to superstitions about its origins.

    The article by Marilyn Nagy a Jungian analyst is about menstruationand what it means to women Although the title is Menstruation andShamanism this tit... more
    3 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper provides a comparison and contrast of the traditional dress of Amish women and Islamic women in Iran. The analysis is used to demonstrate what beliefs or values of these respective cultures are reflected in the manner of dress worn by women of each culture.

    Nonverbal Messages Introduction The traditional clothing of the Amish in the United States andMuslim women in Iran is highly representative of the res... more
    3 pages | 6 sources | 10 citations | APA citation style

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