|Art & Feminism : A 5
page essay discussing how art has
evolved to capture the feminist movement and reflect its
struggles. The writer is pro-feminist. Bibliography lists 3
sources w/ end notes. Artfemin.wps
of Women in European Paintings : A 5 page
research paper exploring how women are portrayed in
paintings. The writer describes images of women in a few key
20th century European paintings, and the social and cultural
influences on these portrayals. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Subtle Sexism & False Portrayal Of Women In Hollywood
Films : A 7 page paper on sexism, the "gender war,"
overall treatment of women in film. "Boomerang,"
"A Stranger Among Us,"and "Man Trouble," are among the
many movies used to illustrate the writer's points. Stereotypes
and the subtly of sexism are explained as the writer presents
some recommended suggestions for change. Bibliography lists 5
Women in Film : A 15 page paper tracing the role of
on screen. The writer describes the history of the portrayal of
women from the 1930s to present day and concludes with a
look at Waiting to Exhale. Bibliography lists 8
Hispanic Women In Film : Hispanic women portrayed
American film are discussed in this 8 page paper. Pointed out is
the fact that while women's roles have evolved in the industry
the Hispanic female is still stereotyped and little work is
available for serious Spanish actresses. The releases of such
movies as Selena and Evita are discussed. Bibliography lists 7
Female American Film Directors : This 25 page
paper explores the contributions of women directors to
American cinema. Specifically discussed are the films of Lois,
Dorothy Arzner, Ida Lupino, Elaine May, Joan Micklin Silver,
Claudia Weill and Susan Seidelman and their depiction of male
and female characters. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
Caryl Churchhill / A Feminist Playwright : A 6 page
overview of the work of Caryl Churchill, a woman who began
play production in the 1960s for BBC radio. Discusses the
gender issues inherent in these plays. Bibliography lists 2
Women In America / Elizabeth Cady Stanton : A 5
paper comparing and contrasting antebellum days to progressive
days and how they relate to the issues of womens rights.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton is the main focus and her Declaration
of Sentiments is discussed in depth along with two other
works: "20 Years at Hull House" by Jane Addams, and
"Women in Modern America" by Lois Banner. Bibliography
lists 4 sources. Cady.wps
An Analysis of a Womans Place Buchi
Joys of Motherhood: A 6 page paper which analyzes a
womans place in the patriarchal Nigerian society, from Buchi
Emechetas womanist perspective, in her 1979 novel, The
Joys of Motherhood. Bibliography lists 6 sources. TGjoys.rtf
Elizabeth Cady Stanton / Revolutionary or Progressive :
In 5 pages the author answers the question of whether Elizabeth
Cady Stanton was revolutionary or a progressive. It is argued
that Elizabeth C. Stanton was progressive. "When men and
women think, the first step to progress is taken" Elizabeth C.
Stanton (Sandberg, 1991, PG). Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a
progressive who was sometimes viewed as a revolutionary
because of her contributions to the women's movement.
Bibliography lists 4 sources. Stancady.wps
Female-Exploitative Advertising : A 10 page
defining just what constitutes exploitative advertising. Each
spring, the print advertisements of the previous year are pooled
for judging. Its awards time again. Winning an award for an
ad is a true cap feather, but winning ads are not necessarily the
most effective. If an effective ad as one designed with the
built-in ability to reach the audience for which it is intended,
then one that grabs the attention of a panel of experts is not
necessarily the one that will work best for its intended purpose.
Calvin Klein indeed captured attention, but that attention was
accompanied by accusations of exploitation and kiddie porn.
Bibliography lists 8 sources. Femads.wps