Motherhood confers upon a woman the mandate to raise her child responsibly. This process influences the way she is perceived both at the workplace and in society. Thus, from the viewpoint of the community, appropriate motherhood can be viewed from the lens of two different categories of women; that is, the one who works from
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Women need to cope with psychological, social, and physical changes during the transition to motherhood period. They experience heightened vulnerability and contend with tremendous challenges as they transition to motherhood. There exists a broad array of health problems related to pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum, and breastfeeding encountered by women. For example, pains related to the birth
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The feminist art movement began around the 1960s when people were focused on promoting anti-war demonstrations and fighting for civil rights. The feminists who created different artistic creations during this period sought to amend the falsely male-dominated history in political art. They were also focused on changing the perception of the contemporary world about women’s
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Women have made good progress over the past decades; however, much still need to be done. Today, women have more to talk about than several years back when women were never allowed to participate in sports. In the earlier 1900s, the few women who participate in the selected sports had restrictions that made everything difficult.
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Men and women in society are expected to behave differently. The standards and expectations to which men and women conform to are called gender norms and the process of assigning roles to men and women is known as gender socialization. Gender socialization varies across cultures since gender roles are defined according to cultural beliefs of
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Keyword “Racism” is the keyword in the article in which an Iranian fails to understand why African-Americans do not perceive her race as white. This is to note that there are communities which are yet to understand what racism entails as it more advanced that skin color. Main Argument(s) According to the article, an Iranian
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Thinking About the Gender Norms or Expectations A common or widely talked of aspect of gender is sexuality. In fact, sexuality is one of the topics of great interest to many people given that it not only entertains but also intrigues and causes personal happiness and frustration in equal measure. Moreover, sexuality is a highly
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A Vindication of the Rights of Women by Mary Wollestonecraft Since 18th century to date, Vindication of the Rights of Woman has been a vital book in the history of feminist theory.  The activism also functioned as a remarkable intervention in the chauvinistic male-dominated society. In a bid to create awareness for gender equality, Mary
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Gender Studies Paper on Schmidt’s and Ynestra King Principles Question 1 The identified Schmidt’s principles and practices to follow include; educating and teaching self-defense to women, aiding the battered women’s movement, breaking the silence, telling stories, and creating safety zones. First, educating women leads to their empowering hence they are able to understand their unique
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The Victimization of Women in Selected Short Stories by Alice Munro Introduction: Alice Munro, born in 1931 in Wingham, Ontario as Alice Laidlaw, is a renowned and one of the most important short story writers not only in her homeland Canada but the entire English-speaking world. Her literature saw her become the first Canadian winner
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