|Women's Movement Of 1919 Russia / Conflicting Views :
An 11 page paper that provides an overview of the elements
leading to considerable opposition in the Russian Women's
movement of 1919, essentially dividing the women of Russian.
This paper argues that the fundamental premises of both
Feminist and Bolshevik groups pitted women against women.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. Russwf.wps
Of Women In Journalism by Beasely and
Gibbons : A 5 page paper discussing the book Taking Their
Place which details the history of women in journalism.
Various notable female journalists are briefly discussed, as are
the challenges they faced. Bibliography lists three sources.
Mothers' Organizations : A 7 page paper discussing
history and effect of organizations formed by women and
mothers for the purpose of reform. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Margaret Sanger : In 5 pages, the writer discusses Margaret
Sanger. She had an important role in establishing "Planned
Parenthood", which has had an impact on today's society. She
felt that women, particularly poor, lower class women, should
be able to use birth control methods and be taught about sexual
reproduction and contraception in general. Bibliography lists 4
The Right to Reproduce / A Feminine Perspective
Criticized : A 6 page paper in which the feminist perspective
on the female right to reproduce is challenged using the reasons
behind China controlled population policies. Emphasizes that
views among women, and even among feminists, vary but that
societal welfare should be held in higher regard than individual
desire. Bibliography lists 5 sources. PPfemBC.wps
Pang-Mei Natasha Chang / Bound Feet & Western Dress :
A 5 page analysis of Chang's memoir, which depicts not only
her own life, but the story of her grand-aunt's as well. Chang's
great-aunt, born during the Box Rebellion, had an extraordinary
life that demonstrates the tension that existed in China between
new Western ideas and Chinese tradition. A remarkable book,
the writer argues that this narrative has a great deal to say to all
women. No additional sources cited. 99pmnch.wps
Margaret Sanger : This 5 page paper provides
on Margaret Sanger with emphasis on her social work. Sanger
is a well known pioneer but controversial figure in the birth
control movement. Accusations of racism are addressed.
Bibliography lists 4 sources. Msanger.wps
Women in Politics / Toward Equity : A
10 page research
paper on the historical basis behind barriers to politics, and how
the barriers are being broken in U.S. politics. Bibliography lists
11 sources. Wmnpolit.doc
Women and the Supreme Court : This 9 page paper
on the role of women in the legal profession. The paper
attempts to answer the question as to why there are less female
judgeships in the higher courts of the Untied States.
Explanations revolve around general issues of womens rights
and equality. The political climate of various administrations,
particularly those of Reagan and Clinton, are the focus. Sandra
Day OConnor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg are portrayed as role
models. Bibliography lists more than a dozen
Womens Lives In The 1830s : A 5 page paper on
the topic of
the diversity of the life experiences of three different American
woman during the 1830s. One diary and two autobiographies
are used to show that there really is no truly universal American
experience. Bibliography lists three sources. Diary1830.wps
Women and the Criminal Justice System / Equality
for All ? : A 15 page examination of women in the criminal
justice and how their treatment is inferior to that received by
men in the same situation. Bibliography lists fifteen sources.
Minority Women In Criminal Justice Positions : A 9 page
paper in which the writer discusses the success story of Vicki
Miles-LaGrange -- an African-American woman named by Bill
Clinton to serve as U.S. Attorney. Examples of several other
such women are provided as well. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Isadora Duncan / Her Role in the Progressive Movement
1869-1920 : A 10 page paper which outlines the importance of
the modern dancer Isadora Duncan to the Progressive
Movement at the turn of the Twentieth Century. Reveals that
while her artistic style was one which was sometimes criticized
by Progressives, it was one which was inspired by cultural
disparity and one which affected a certain degree of change.
Bibliography lists 8 sources. PPduncan.wps