Cultural, historical, scriptural & literary portraits. Religion, sexuality, motherhood, intelligence, morality, beauty, power, stereotypes, courage, social contributions.
This paper compares, contrasts and analyzes the writings of three famous women authors.
The purpose of this paper is to introduce, discuss and analyze the rights of women in China and the United States.
This paper examines the history of women and their treatment in the Middle Eastern societies.
The changing role of women throughout the twentieth century, with a focus on the first half of the century.
An essay with explores the concepts of philosophy of Kierkegaard, Nietzsche and Mary Daly.
This paper summarizes the movie and the book “Girl Interrupted.”
A look at the tumultuous life and times of a fascinating woman, Margaret Tudor, Queen Regent of Scotland.
This paper analyzes Maria, the main character in “Clay” by James Joyce, and discusses her ignorance of the world around her.
This is a history of all the elements of female Elizabethan fashion (Queen Elizabeth I).
An analysis and evaluation of the role of sexuality and race in defining the social position of women during the years 1607- 1890.
A look at the sexual freedom of women during England’s Regency period.
A comparison of the masculinity and femininity roles of two female characters from the movie “9 to 5”.
This essay compares the romantic life of novelist Jane Austen with that of her character, Anne Elliot in “Persuasion.”
A look at the changing financial responsibilities of women in this day and age.
National & cultural restrictions on women physically, sexually, socioeconomically & psychologically in Philippines & India.
An examination of the different styles and techniques of writing.
Critical review of this work on the anti-feminist movement in culture, news media, politics & work.
This paper examines social and religious attitudes towards women of the Renaissance/Reformation era, particularly with regards to witchcraft.
Definition, types, examples, legal, social & corporate responses & remedies, complaint process, training, mediation.
An in-depth comparison of the lives of former First Ladies Eleanor Roosevelt and Barbara Bush.
A paper which discusses the Mexican women who became lovers to the Spaniards during Spain’s conquest of Mexico, and how they are portrayed in Mexico’s cultural history.
This paper compares four literary works of the late 19th century and their attitude to women.
This paper explores the works of three women who were prominent writers in the late 1700s: Ann Radcliffe, Jane Austen, and Mary Wollstonecraft.
A discussion of the many forms of imprisonment and restriction in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story The Yellow Wall-Paper.
This paper discusses the way women are viewed in the media and the effect the media has on women’s mentality both in current and past periods.
A look at how the lives of women and their role in society changed from the 18th century to the 19th and 20th centuries.
Discusses laws & legal definitions, assesses at-risk women by victim demographics (race, age, education, income). Includes charts.
A comparison of the circumcision of females in African and Asian cultures and the circumcision of males in the United States.
This paper takes a look at the poet and writer, Sylvia Plath. The author argues that Sylvia’s style of writing was deeply influenced by the events in her life, including the death of her father, her deep depression, her attempts at suicide, and her loss of a loved one. With many quotes from critics. Sylvia […]
A study on foreign “comfort women” for the Japanese soldiers during World War II.
Changing roles in affecting public consciousness in politics, business, networking, promotion, media, image-making.
This paper examines the changes in the women’s movements in Spanish speaking countries.
A description of how birth control has affected society as a whole, society’s perception of women, and the impact it has had on the AIDS virus.
An analysis and discussion of the novel, The Yellow Wallpaper.
This paper argues that pornography has a terribly negative affect on men’s view of women and women’s psyche.
Critical review of work on Jewish teachings, traditions & practices of love & marriage in cultural, ethical & religious contexts.
This paper discusses claims by author Ruth Perry that Mary Astell was one of the first “feminist theorists”.
Examines Bronte’s feminist critique, in `Wuthering Heights` through the heroine, Catherine Earnshaw.
This paper is an anthropological study of gendered sex roles in several cultures.
Examined in terms of incidence, reporting, laws, social aspects, problems of police response, prosecution & court decisions and possible solutions. Provides examples.
Need for, successful counseling attitudes & techniques, causes of marital conflict, client-counselor relationship, social issues, Christian couples.
Compares how the American media portrays female Asian athletes and female American athletes.