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African Women & Development : This 11 page paper gives
an overview of the issues and problems facing women in the
developing nations of Africa. Bibliography lists eight
sources. Afrwomen.wps

Ivory Coast Women : A 5 page research paper investigating
women who live in the Ivory Coast. Examples of women
entrepreneurs are offered as well as a discussion about other
women who are operating home-type businesses. Bibliography
includes four references. Ivoryc.wps

Women in Kenya : 6 pages worth of compiled research and
information on the social role of women in Kenya, their high
fertility rates, culture, and tradition. Insight is given into the
socio-health related problems that exist and what is (or is not)
being done to solve them. An interview with a woman from
Kenya (who now lives in the U.S.) is cited. Bibliography lists 6
relevant sources. Kenyawmn.wps

Women In Medieval Times / Book Review : A 4 page
critique of Powell's book entitled "Medieval Women." The
writer describes and evaluates the book's thesis : that there were
two primary roles played by women in Medieval society;
women in subjection to men and women as a symbol of
worship. Full citation for the book is provided. Medwomen.wps

Women in Mythology : A 14 page paper that presents the
complex roles of women in mythology and the three major
categories in which most mythological women can be placed.
This paper also demonstrates the way in which culture
determines the roles of women, and utilizes a variety of
mythologies, from the myths of medieval England to those of
ancient Greece, to demonstrate the depiction of these roles.
Bibliography lists 10 sources. Womenmyt.wps

Abuse of Women in Greek Mythology : A 6 page paper that
looks at the issue of abuse as it is presented in Greek
mythology, and focuses on the issues related to the abuse of
women in a number of myths. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Four Views on Women in Greek Tragedy : A 5 page essay
on how the characters of Clytemnestra, Jocasta, Antigone and
Medea from ancient Greek plays demonstrate certain aspects of
how ancient Greeks viewed the role of women in society and
women in general. Bibliography lists 4 sources. 4Greekw.wps

Archetypal Woman : A 5 page research paper comparing
“Medea” with Penelope in “The Odyssey.” The writer posits
and shows that while Penelope is the “little woman,” true to the
image of a loving, dedicated wife, Medea represents the
opposite in Euripides’ play. Both of these are important to
religious and cultural myths. However, even with these diverse
purposes, the authors guarantee the image of the fall as it relates
to women so that the myth of womanhood is carried through.
Bibliography lists the 2 original sources. Cnhelpen.wps

Role of Women in Ancient Society : This 5 page paper looks
at gender in Ancient society as depicted by Apuleius’s The
Golden Ass. The role of the female is discussed in terms of the
society in reality as well as how it was depicted by the author.
Bibliography lists 3 sources. SA19Gold .wps

Elizabeth Warnock Fernea’s “Guest Of The Sheik” :
A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the elements of
gender-based social constructs described in Fernea's story, and
demonstrates the differences that Fernea experiences as a
westerner in an eastern culture. Bibliography lists no additional
sources. Sheik.doc

Portrait of Teresa : A 7 page paper which discusses the
condition of women in the film “Portrait of Teresa.” Teresa is a
woman in Cuba who is a mother, wife, employee, and social
fighter. Through her various involvements her husband is
unhappy and jealous, which is an illustration of how this is a
condition that is found all over the world. Women are
essentially controlled by a male establishment of one kind or
another, as well as being controlled by women’s stereotypical
view of themselves. The struggles of women against such
realities is discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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