Research Papers on Women's Issue

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Research Papers on Women's Issue

Click on any of the term papers to read a brief synopsis of the research paper. The essay synopsis includes the number of pages and sources cited in the paper.

  • Florida and Women in Power

    This paper examines powerful Florida women and how they advocate women's rights and pursue power and success with suffrage among the topics discussed.

  • Showalter, Culture and Literature

    A 3 page essay that analyzes Elaine Showalter's A Literature of Their Own, which offers a challenge to the narrowness of the traditional canon of what is considered to be valuable contributions by women to English literature. In so doing she directly addresses the way in which culture has had an influence on women's literature. Showalter's theoretical perspective presents women's writing in terms of being a subculture, which evolved in direct reaction to the elements in mainstream patriarchal culture that tended to trivialize women's experience and role in society. No additional sources cited.

  • Male Historians and the Challenges of Women's History

    In four pages history is examined from a feminist perspective in terms of the effects of women's history upon the findings of male historians as discussed in the essay 'Did Women Have a Renaissance, published in Becoming Visible Women in European History' by Joan Kelly Gadol. One source is cited in the bibliography.

  • Women And Depression

    7 pages in length. When the body/mind connection is placed in such a position of compromise as is the case during the natural occurrence of giving birth, there are times when the woman's emotional capacity during such tremendous hormonal change is compromised and she slips into postpartum depression. Unfortunately, the symptoms of insomnia, mood swings, fatigue and body weight changes are commonplace for women to experience after birth, which causes myriad women to go undiagnosed when they are in the throes of postpartum depression. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Education as a Key to Liberating Women

    This 5 page paper discusses Frankenstein and A Vindication of the Rights of Women, and argues that education is the key to liberation for women. The writer argues that the idea of education being liberating applies to women, but not to Frankenstein's monster. There are 3 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Women of Somalia

    This research paper addresses the problem of continued discrimination and violence against the Somalian women. The writer describes how the women of Somalia have organized in order to for a new identity, cast off old traditions and take on new roles in the future of their country. The political, economic and cultural history of Somalia is explored, with a focus on the roles played by women. This ten paper paper has fifteen sources in the bibliography.

  • Bahrain; Women’s Rights

    The government of Bahrain has made a commitment to women and developing women’s rights. This 3 page paper looks at the progress and areas of achievement and considers the current political aspects of women rights in the country and considers areas where political moves to increase equality may be argued as still required. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • 'Politics of Fantasy' in Kiss of the Spider Woman by Manuel Puig

    In five pages this tutorial analyzes Kiss of the Spider Woman in a consideration of how it represents 'politics of fantasy.'

  • Women's Roles in Homer's 'The Odyssey'

    In five pages the women's contributions to the adventures featured in 'The Odyssey' are discussed.

  • Technology and Minorities

    In five pages this paper examines the field of technology and the biases that impact upon the involvement of women and blacks.

  • Women in Ancient Greece by Sue Blundell

    In three pages this text is examined regarding the patriarchy of Ancient Greece and the role of women in this society.

  • Alice Walker's The Color Purple and Women's Roles

    Women's roles and their stereotypes are the focus of this analysis of The Color Purple by Alice Walker consisting of seven pages.

  • Automobile Repair Racket Targeting of Women

    This paper examines the targeting of women by fraudulent auto repair services and how they can protect themselves in six pages.

  • DOUBLE STANDARD BY ELLEN WATKINS HARPER

    Discusses Ellen Watkins Harper's poem "The Double Standard," and how it describes the double standard society had for men and women.

  • Black Films and Hip Hop Music Videos: Race Representation

    This 13 page paper argues that race identity can be found in Black films and that this identity is not a positive reflection on both Black men or women. This paper argues that women are treated as commodities in hip hop music videos and in some Black films. However, it also points out how this is changing in Black film. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Mary Tyler Moore Show & Feminist Theory

    A 6 page research paper/essay that analyzes the Mary Tyler Moore Show, which premiered in 1970, and was one of the "most literate, realistic, and enduring situation comedies" of that decade (Fuller). The leading character on the series, Mary Richards (Mary Tyler Moore), was an idealized single career woman. The writer discusses and analyzes this show in relation to feminist critical theory and concludes that this show's protagonist was, indeed, very feminist and offers still a positive portrayal of professional women. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Islam, Hinduism, Christianity and Women

    The status and beliefs about women in each of these religions is explored. How Holy texts are interpreted is reported along with how women in these religions are really treated. There are six sources listed in the bibliography of this six page paper.

  • Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe and Women

    This paper considers how the protagonist Okonkwo treats women in this analysis of women's roles in Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe in four pages. One source is cited in the bibliography.

  • Impact on Language Learning, Global Issues

    This research paper explored organizational websites of intuitions that focus on global issues, such as environmental issues, poverty, food supply and women's rights. The writer investigated six issues and provides brief summations about organizational missions, questions raised, the impact of the issue on language learning, and the writer's personal view on the issue. The paper concludes with a proposal for further exploration of women's rights. Six pages in length, twelve sources are cited.

  • HIV/AIDS & African American Women

    A 12 page research paper that offers a detailed analysis of 4 research studies dealing with how to decrease the incidence of HIV/AIDS infection among African American women. Specifically the analysis of these articles looks for factors that should be included in HIV/AIDS prevention measures for black women. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Pagan and Jewish Women

    In five pages this paper contrasts and compares Pagan women with Jewish women in ancient Greek and Roman societies in terms of the roles each played. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Womens Rights 1865 till the Present

    This paper reviews the history of women's rights. Women fought diligently for the right to vote to the right to control their own reproduction to equal pay for equal work. There were several steps along the way. There are eight sources in this seven page paper.

  • Issues Surrounding Breast Implants

    In eight pages popular literature is reviewed in this discussion of breast implants and examines why women opt for this procedure and possible complications involved with consideration of legal cases that have resulted and the ways in which the media shapes attitudes regarding implants and what all women should know regarding risk factors. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Beauty Pageants

    Beauty pageants are quite controversial in the twenty first century. This paper looks at why women enter these pageants and highlights the scholastics often involved. Many little known facts are relayed and this paper thoughtfully examines the goals of these motivated women. This paper is five pages in length and lists four bibliographic references.

  • Role of Women in Three Norse Sagas

    This paper discusses the role of women in three Norse sagas. The writer argues that "Njal's Saga" and "Laxdaela's Saga" are quite modern in their attitudes towards women whle "Hrafnkel's Saga" is patriarchal. No additional sources cited within this five page paper.

  • Sexual Harassment Case - Co-Workers

    A 4 page paper. The scenario is that a male co-worker patted a woman's buttocks. The writer responds to specific issues: what is sexual harassment, what the writer would do if the women in the scenario, the organization's responsibility, and an outline of a sexual harassment workplace policy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Women's Participation in Domestic Violence

    This essay, first of all, considers the impact of recent media exposure in regards to domestic violence incidents and celebrities. Then, the writer considers why women remain in abusive relationships and makes the assumption, based on statistics that indicate the involvement of women in aggressive behavior, that violence becomes the norm of these relationships. The writer proposes that this is one of the most challenging aspects of domestic violence facing counselors. Three pages in length, one source is cited.

  • History of Women in Aviation

    In five pages this paper examines the participation and contributions of women in aviation from an historical perspective and includes the effects of war on women’s roles, individual female aviation pioneers, public perceptions, and social impacts. Six sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Women's Equality and the NOW Role

    In eight pages women's social position is examined in terms of gender equality and considers the roles of the National Organization of Women and Affirmative Action in combating sexism and discrimination. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Research Methodology on Women and the Glass Ceiling

    In five pages this paper discusses women and the proverbial glass ceiling in regards to qualitative research in a consideration of circumstances that have enabled some women to break through the corporate patriarchy. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Civil Rights' Struggles of African American Women

    In eight pages this paper discusses the themes presented in Belinda Robnett's How Long? How Long? African American Women in the Struggle for Civil Rights in a consideration of the involvement of African American women in the U.S. civil rights movement. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • How to Serve a Client with Multiple Physical and Mental Health Issues

    People with multiple personality and chemical dependency issues pose a challenge for healthcare providers. This paper critiques a case of a 25-year-old woman who presented, uncooperatively, with multiple substance abuse issues, HIV positive, sex addition and bipolar disorder. Examines issues of how, if at all, this woman can be helped by counseling. This paper has five pages and six sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Wives and Crime in Trifles and Sweat

    A 5 page paper which examines the women in Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and Zora Neale Hurston’s Sweat. The paper examines the women and discusses whether they should be held accountable for the crimes they committed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Maya Angelou/Phenomenal Woman

    A 4 page essay that offers an explication and analysis of this poem. Throughout the course of human history, men haven been primarily admired for their accomplishments, but the focus of admiration for women has been on whether or not their appearance fit with what a particular society considered beautiful. In her poem "Phenomenal Woman," Maya Angelou challenges this pervasive cultural feature and asserts that she is extraordinary and immensely attractive, without fitting within any of society's preconceived notions of how female beauty and attractiveness should be defined and conceptualized. No additional sources cited.

  • Global Woman and the Problems Faced by Migrant Female Workers

    This 3 page paper examines the book entitled Global Woman that is comprised of a number of articles on migrant women. Much of the discussion is on domestic workers. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Sexuality During the 12th Century

    Women's roles and the sexuality of the twelfth century are discussed with references made to Women of the 12th Century volumes by Georges Duby and The Language of Sex by Johnn Baldwin. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Women's Rights According to Edmund Burke and Mary Wollenstonecraft

    In six pages this paper compares and contrasts women's rights as depicted in Reflections on the Revolution in France by Edmund Burke and Vindication of the Rights of Man and Vindication of the Rights of Women by Mary Wollstonecraft.

  • Television Depictions of Gender and Ethnicity in the Workplace

    A 3 page considerations of some of the differences that exist between depictions of women and men and ethnicities in American society. Using the popular television shows “Monk” and “CSI” as frames of reference, this paper asserts that while equality might have almost been achieved in the real workplace, there are still inconsistencies in the way women and ethnicities are regarded and portrayed in American society. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Randy Albeda and Chris Tilly's Glass Ceilings and Bottomless Pits Women's Work, Women's Poverty

    This book is reviewed in a paper consisting of seven pages. There are no other sources cited.

  • Roles of Women in Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

    In four pages this paper examines women's roles in Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. Five other sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Feminist Dimension of Work Life Balance

    In a paper of five pages, the writer examines women in the work place. The issue of work life balance is analyzed from a feminist perspective. Paper uses two sources.

  • Program/Aiding Adult Female Victims of Childhood Sex Abuse

    An 8 page research paper that outlines an intervention program designed to aid women who are substance abusers that were sexually abused as children. Research has shown that women who were sexually abused as children and young adolescents are at-risk for substance abuse disorders to a much higher degree than the general population. It appears as substance abuse develops as a coping method that is a desperate attempt by the adult survivor of child abuse to deal with trauma. The following is a proposal for a treatment program that would be specifically designed to address the needs of these women. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Hopkins V. Price Waterhouse

    3 pages in length. The foundation of this case is in the fundamental understanding of and appreciation for the detrimental impact sexual discrimination has upon a woman's ability to secure earned promotion within a company that determines advancement based upon much more than one's talent. Hopkins was initially refused partnership at Price Waterhouse not for lack of aptitude for the position but rather because she was deemed 'too masculine' for what they believed a woman should project within the company's environment. While half of the decision makers - the majority not surprisingly being men - heralded her tremendous talent for landing key contracts, they could not get past the stereotypical perception of how a female partner should be physically represented in the firm. As such, she was recommended to walk, talk and look more feminine so that when she would be brought back for reconsideration the following year, her chances of making partner would be much better; a year later when she was not reconsidered for partnership, Hopkins sued Price Waterhouse citing violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. No bibliography.

  • Practicing Interviewing Techniques

    As the general population continues to age, we have many more people living into their late 80s and 90s. We can all learn a lot from this population. This essay reports and interview the writer conducted with a woman who is 90. The interview questions and responses are included, verbatim. The writer comments on the woman and on the process identifying what she learned through this assignment. There is one source listed in the bibliography of this six page paper.

  • Women's Careers and Social Roles

    In five pages this paper examines the evolution of women's careers and their social roles. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Jane Goodall and Females as Biological Creative Agents

    The topic of women serving as creative agents is examined from the perspective and example of Jane Goodall in eight pages. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Anthropological Studies of Monica Moore and Jane Goodall

    In five pages this paper examines the importance of observation in ethnography in a comparison of Monica Moore's Nonverbal Courtship Patterns in Women and a first observations' essay by Jane Goodall. There are no other sources listed.

  • Johnny Cash and Love

    A 3 page paper which examines Johnny Cash and his love of music and his women. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • New Athletic Shoes Line Creation

    In six pages the creation of a new line of athletic shoes is considered in terms of a marketing plan featuring running shoes in all styles for women. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • LA Gear Shoes' Marketing

    In eight pages this paper presents BCG and SWOT analyses in this consideration of how to market LA Gear for men's athletic shoes despite its reputation as a women's shoes manufacturer. There are no sources cited.

  • Wollstonecraft/Vindication of the Rights of Women

    A 5 page research paper/essay that examines some of the writing of Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797), a humanist writer of the Enlightenment, who argued against slavery and monarchy, and supported “children’s rights, the value of breastfeeding, coeducational schools, animal rights and other progressive ideas” (“Humanist Profile” 2). This discussion, first of all, summarizes chapter 5-7 in Wollstonecraft’s Vindication of the Rights of Women (1792). Then an interpretation of her ideas is offered, and this is followed by a critique of those concepts. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Analysis of The Knidian Aphrodite

    In five pages this paper examines a woman's beauty in this analysis of the Knidian Aphrodite. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Causes of Effects of Binge Drinking

    The writer examines the phenomenon of binge drinking on college campuses, and reveals that an increasing number of college students, particularly women, engage in the practice as a sort of measure of coming of age. The writer reveals that health experts consider binge drinking one of the worst practices of collegiate life. The paper is five pages long and there are seven sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Smoking & Increased Prevalence of Lung Cancer in Women

    A 17 page research proposal for conducting an extensive review of literature on the increased incidence of lung cancer in women and its presumed association with cigarette smoking. The writer offers a matrix that summarizes 12 studies and discusses the various sections of the proposed study. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • History of Cigarette Advertising

    This paper discusses public relations and advertising cigarette smoking to women from the early 1900s. Companies involved and their actions are reported and discussed. There are nine sources listed in the bibliography of this fourteen page paper.

  • Cleopatra: A Life by Stacy Schiff

    This book review is on Stacy Schiff's fascinating biography of Cleopatra, which relates the life narrative of a woman who was an intelligent and capable ruler who has been the victim of propaganda by Roman historians that shaped the public conceptualization of Cleopatra throughout the centuries. Four pages n length, only the text is cited.

  • Gender Issues in Kenya and Climate Change

    This research paper begins by describing what climate change entails and its connection to global warming. Then, the writer describes the effects of climate change in Africa with particular focus on the ways in which it affects the lives of Kenyan women. Eight pages in length, nine sources are cited.

  • Against Gay Marriage

    This 4 page paper discusses gay marriage and argues that most objections to it are based on the idea that marriage is a sacred rite consecrating a relationship between a man and woman only. It also argues that gay relationships are unstable and cause psychological problems. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Mary Tudor by W.F.M. Prescott

    The writer reviews the W.F.M. Prescott book Mary Tudor, which is a detailed study of the reign of Queen Mary I of England, the woman known as Bloody Mary. The paper is seven pages long and there are no additional sources listed.

  • Video Games and Social Responsibility

    In three pages this paper discusses the continued controversy surrounding the violent content of video games and considers whether or not video game designers have a social responsibility to eliminate the gratuitous violence and abuse of women that are prevalent in video games, an entertainment market that consists predominantly of children. Four sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Africa and the Practices of Dowry and Bridewealth

    In six pages the African practices of dowry and bridewealth in an attempt to determine if they succeed in protecting women or actually contribute to the inequality among genders. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • King’s Premise of Non-Violence: Applications to the Women’s Movement

    A 4 page exploration of Dr. Martin Luther King’s premise of non-violence. This paper observes the impact of this premise on the women’s movement. Biblography lists 4 sources.

  • Gender and Society

    The two greatest challenges faced in respect to gender roles is the use of the binary system and discrimination against women, and against those who do not fit a role in the gender model. Challenges are discussed. Solutions are proposed. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this six page paper.

  • Australia and Domestic Abuse

    In ten pages domestic abuse is examined within the context of Australia in a description of family violence causes and how women in this country are subjected to both cultural as well as social insubordination that often results in incidences of domestic abuse. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Domestic Violence and Protection of Women and Children

    In five pages this paper examines domestic abuse in a consideration of how women and children can be protected with statistical information provided by the FBI, NOW, and the National Center for Domestic Violence. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Domestic Abuse: Federal and Illinois Law

    This paper describes the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which is a federal law, and also the Illinois Domestic Violence Act (IDVA) of 1986, in terms of cases that were prosecuted under both laws. Four pages in length, six sources are cited.

  • Workplace, Gender, and Communication

    In three pages chapters Communication, Gender, and the Workplace are discussed in terms of major points and problems involving such issues as gender hostilities and sexual harassment in the workplace along with gender prejudices and women's perceived role. There are no other sources listed.

  • Women and Workplace Discrimination

    In eight pages business and gender inequality are examined within the context of the thesis that workplace discrimination against women continues to exist. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • American Liberty, 1820-1877, Overview of Issues

    This research paper/essay discusses various issues in American history pertaining to liberty. This includes the factors that led up to the Civil War, as well African American, women's, and Native American rights. Six pages in length, one source is cited.

  • Hitler and Power

    The paper considers the way Hitler gained and used Power. The paper is written in three sections. The first section examines the role and rights of women in Nazi Germany. The second section looks at why Hitler formed the Hitler Youth and the third part examines the events between February 1933 and August 1934 and Hitler’s accumulation of power. Three sources are cited in the bibliography of this six page paper.

  • Canada and Special Interest Groups

    In eleven pages this paper discusses Canadian interest groups including the Communist Party of Canada, the National Anti Poverty Organization, and Information on the National Action Committee on the Status of Women. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • From Arousal to Orgasm in Human Sexuality

    In five pages this paper examines what a man and woman's physiological and biological processes are as they become sexually aroused and when orgasm is achieved in this consideration of human sexuality. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Sexuality and Young Women in Sleeping Beauty by Rosario Ferre and Wild Swans by Alice Munro

    In three pages this paper examines social perceptions regarding the sexuality of young women as depicted in these texts. There is one other source cited in the bibliography.

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder DSM-IV and DSM-5

    There are many differences between the two latest versions of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. The differences in terms of diagnosing posttraumatic stress disorder. This information is applied to the case study of a woman who suffered sexual abuse at age 16. There are six sources used in this fiv page paper.

  • Relationships Between Men and Women and Consideration of Subordination and Dominance

    In a paper consisting of 8 pages two articles relating to the 'American waistland' and 'Barbie Doll culture' are discussed as they relate to issues of subordination, domination, and society's acceptance of sexual harassment of women by men. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Feminist ideology in The Yellow Wallpaper by Gilman

    A paper which argues that although Gilman's narrative is primarily concerned with the oppression of women leading to mental deterioration, it does not qualify as a genuine manifesto of feminism because the author herself was not fully aware of the ramifications of feminist ideology. This five page paper has no additional sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Women and Buddhism

    In five pages Buddhism is considered in terms of women's role and asserts that the historical subjugation is due more to circumstance than to the Buddha's teachings. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • At Risk Teens, Experiential Learning, and Spiritual Development

    In sixteen pages this review considers how one woman's work with at risk teens in her community affected her spiritual development. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Love of Women Presenting A Different Kind of World

    In a paper consisting of five pages Sara Waters' Tipping the Velvet and Colette's The Vagabond are considered in order to represent a woman's love for their world that is able to transcend gender and patriarchal expectations. There are two bibliographic sources cited.

  • Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel

    In 5 pages this paper discusses how women's power is represented in the author's thematic employment of domesticity. There are 4 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • 'The Rains Came' and 'Memoirs of a Female Physician'

    This paper consists of 5 pages and compares how women's roles are portrayed as well as a depictionof their social place in a patriarchal culture in this comparative analysis. There are 2 bibliographic sources.

  • How Breast Cancer Effects Women

    This 7 page paper gives an overview of the psychological effects of breast cancer on women. This paper includes effects before and after treatment. Bibliography list 7 sources.

  • Women and Discrimination in the Workplace

    A 7 page paper which examines women and discrimination in the workplace. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Overview of Multiple Personality Disorder or Dissociative Identity Disorder

    In five pages MPD or DID is considered in an overview that includes a case study of the first woman ever so diagnosed, Mary Reynolds. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Elizabeth Gaskell, and Cultural Reorganization from a Woman's Perspective

    In seven pages this report examines the nineteenth century literary works Ruth by Elizabeth Gaskell and Aurora Floyd by Mary Elizabeth Gaskell in an analysis of how women perceived cultural reorganization. There are no other sources listed.

  • Women as Viewed by Charles Dickens and Jane Austen

    This paper contrasts and compares the views of women featured in David Copperfield by Charles Dickens and Emma by Jane Austen in five pages. Two other sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • PMTCT, HIV Prevention

    This paper pertains to Mother-to-Children (PMTCT) prevention programs that are tailored to meet the needs of pregnant women who are HIV positive. Three pages in length, two sources are cited.

  • America and Homelessness

    In five pages this paper discusses homelessness in the United States with the emphasis being on effects on children and women with a consideration of the 1987 passage of the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Eating Disorders, Body Dissatisfaction and the Media

    The writer argues that the media presents unrealistic body images, particularly of women, and that such images may cause body dissatisfaction and eating disorders. There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this six page paper.

  • Contemporary Society and Body Image

    In ten pages body image is considered in this overview and examines how culture and media influence body perception along with research studies and ways in which girls and women's can establish a body reconnection. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • American Society and Body Image

    In three pages this essay examines American society and its emphasis upon body image and discusses how this affects self esteem with other issues such as the media portrayal of women also included. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Sexual Exploitation and the Trafficking of Women

    In four pages this paper examines human trafficking in a focus upon the global sexual exploitation of women with Philippines and Ukraine case studies provided. Fifty sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Human Trafficking: Policy Proposal

    6 pages in length. The United States will not cease efforts to quell sex trafficking in Asian countries, even if current programs are not producing as beneficial results as the State Department would like. Indeed, without American aid to address this ongoing social problem, Asia would not have a chance at saving its women and young girls from being sold into prostitution. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Support for Women Entrepreneurs in the UAE

    This 12 page paper looks at the different organizations that provide help and support to female entrepreneurs in the United Arab Emirates, outlines the help that is provided and the way they operate. The paper looks at those which are set up specific to give women help and those that help all entrepreneurs. The paper then considers what help is needed in the future and the gap between current provision and current needs. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • What Causes Birth Defects

    A teratogen is a substance that can cause birth defects/congenital abnormalities. It could also related to the pregnant woman being exposed to something, like rubella. Some of teratogens are identified and discussed. The second part of the paper discusses: how do heredity and early experiences influence brain organization. There are five sources used in this four page paper.

  • The Sari as the Symbol of Regional Tradition and Women’s Status in Indian Culture

    In nine pages this paper examines the cultural significance of the Indian sari and how it symbolizes the traditions of a particular region and also a woman’s status in society. Six sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Eastern and Western Mythology and Women

    In six pages this comparative analysis how Indian and Greek/Roman mythology treated women. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Art Collector Catharine Lorillard Wolfe

    In seven pages only female Metropolitan Museum of art cofounder Catharine Lorillard Wolfe is examined in terms of her life and art collection and also compares other women art collectors including Isabella Stewart Gardner, also from Wolfe's era. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Lowell System

    A 5 page research paper that reports on the Lowell System and its significance to early industrialization in the US. The Lowell System refers to a “method of factory management” that developed in regards to the operation of the United States’ first textile mills, which were built in Waltham and Lowell, Massachusetts in the early part of the nineteenth century (Foner and Garraty, 1991). Specifically, the Lowell System refers to the practice of recruiting and employing young women from local farms as the mill’s employees. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Interracial Relationships

    A 7 page paper that begins with the data regarding interracial marriages in the U.S. The major focus of this essay is white men with black women but it also includes information about the converse. The essay reports comments from other authors about the acceptance of interracial relationships. Statistical data included. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Elderly Women and Drug Misuse

    This is a two-topic paper. The first part reviews a journal article about older women using or misusing substances, mostly legal drugs and alcohol. The second part asked the writer to discuss SUD treatment for persons who have intellectual disabilities and if, ethically, the counselor needed to provide those services. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • "Dry September" by William Faulkner

    This essay pertains to Faulkner's short story "Dry September." The writer offers analysis of the plot and argues that Faulkner uses this narrative to indict both Southern racism and the cultural norms that shaped the lives of women. Three pages in length, only the primary source is cited.

  • "Dune" and the Question of Female Empowerment

    In a paper of eleven pages, the writer looks at female empowerment in "Dune". Drawing upon critical sources, arguments for the empowering presentation of women are presented contra arguments that "Dune" merely reinforces patriarchal perspectives. Paper uses five sources.

  • The Evolution Of Women - Feminism

    This 11 page paper presents a history of women's rights/feminist movements, including a report about where the term 'feminism' came from. The writer reports on the different types of feminism, including religious feminism. The paper also comments on the men's groups that emerged from feminism. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Reviewing Feminism's Evolutionary Nature

    In a review of four pages feminism in its many diverse facets are explored in such texts as Barbara Ehrenreich's 'The Road to Equality,' Pat Mainardi's 'The Politics of Housework,' Rosemarie Tong's 'Multicultural and Global Feminism,' and Estelle Freedman's 'No Turning Back: The History of Feminism and the Future of Women.' There are four bibliographic sources cited.

  • Continuing Feminism

    In nine pages this paper analyzes feminism in hopes of providing an answer to the question 'Now that women have achieved a level of success in the U.S., can Feminism whither away?' Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • 1955 to 1975 Feminist Movement Rebirth

    In five pages this paper discusses the rebirth of the feminist movement during this time period as considered in The World Split Open How the Modern Women's Movement Changed America by Ruth Rosen. There are no other sources listed.

  • Issues in Business

    6 pages and no sources cited. This paper provides rhetorical discourse on three different topics that have to do with business operations and business thinking. This paper relates the problem of women in business in Saudi Arabia, the ethical operation of companies in the tobacco industry, and the nature and business opportunities of yuppies from countries in Asia.

  • A Case Study That Examines Amelia's Choices

    In a paper consisting of five pages the decision making capabilities of adolescents are examined in this case study featuring a young woman about to graduate from high school and uses primarily Jean Piaget's theories to give her a helping hand in deciding what is right for her. There are thee bibliographic sources cited.

  • Gender Roles, Arranged Marriages and Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare and The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

    In five pages this paper discusses how arranged marriages oppressed women in this analysis of these two literary works. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Leisure Lifestyles of Women and Cassandra by Florence Nightingale

    In five pages this paper discusses women's rights and giving meaning to life as conceptualized by Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. There are 3 sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Glass Ceiling

    This is a paper that looks at a case study of a woman and her experience with the glass ceiling. There are four sources in this three page paper.

  • Management, Women, and 'the Glass Ceiling'

    In five pages this paper discusses the corporate management level, the promotion of women and 'the glass ceiling.' Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • William Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing and Issues of Gender and Loyalty

    In six pages this essay discusses the gender equality featured in these Shakespearean plays and also examines how the Bard portray women as displaying loyalty and intelligence that equals that of their male counterparts. There are no other sources listed.

  • Post Nineteenth Century Relationship Between Job and Gender

    Gender inequality and stereotyping are discussed within the context of women in the workplace in a research paper consisting of five pages. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Case Study Analysis of Earnings and Gender Discrimination

    In five pages this paper is based upon the Francine Siau and Lawrence Kahn case study entitled 'Is discrimination responsible for earnings differences between men and women?' and examines the wage disparity according to gender that exists.

  • Retirement and Baby Boomers

    In a report consisting of seventeen pages the retirement issues baby boomers and women will face are discussed and a hypothetical survey along with its methodology and findings are also included. Thirteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • "Not for Women" - The Reinforcement of Patriarchy and Hegemony in Dr. Pepper Ten Ads

    In a paper of thirteen pages, the writer looks at and critically analyzes the Dr. Pepper Ten "not for women" ad. Using Marxist critical theory, it is argued that the ad reinforces hegemonic ideals of patriarchy. Paper uses seven sources.

  • Female Communications and Body Language

    In three pages this paper examine how women communicate through body language. One source is cited in the bibliography.

  • Bone Density And Dieting: Professional

    4 pages in length. The extent to which a low-calorie approach to dieting equates to decreased bone mineral density (BMD) is both grand and far-reaching; that teenage and young adult women represent eighty percent of the total population experiencing bone mass loss speaks to a cultural indoctrination of distorted body image. Two categories in particular depict a preponderance of females who engage in a low-calorie diet and have a greater rate of bone mass reduction: athletes and eating disorder sufferers. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

  • Exercise, Bone Density & Menopause

    An 8 page research paper that examines empirical research which has suggested that there is a significant relationship between bone mass and the individual’s level of physical fitness. This examination of relevant literature focuses specifically on what this body of data reveals pertaining to the effect of exercise on bone mineral density for postmenopausal women. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • The Mercedes-Benz 2013 Superbowl Ad

    This paper argues that although using blatant sex and sexuality to sell items is not immoral, when considering that there is still a gender pay gap, it seems wrong to objectify women, and highlight the male gaze. The Kate Upton commercial is highlighted. There are three sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Two Decades of Couture Fashion in France from 1919 until 1939

    In fourteen pages the time period between 1919 and 1939 is the focus of this discussion of French couture fashion with the 5 positive women's fashion influences, French fashion's global appeal, and a comparison of influences of Elsa Schiaparelli and Coco Chanel on couture fashion. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Devil Wears Prada: Why Fashion Is Important

    This 4 page paper uses the movie “The Devil Wears Prada” as a “springboard” to consider the impact of fashion on young women, and why fashion is important. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Twentieth Century Fashion and Economics

    In seven pages twentieth century fashion is examined in a consideration of nylon's invention, how the Second World War liberated women, and the impact of economics upon fashion. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Women's Apparel and the Life Cycle of the Fashion Industry

    In four pages this paper discusses the fashion industry life cycle in a consideration of women's apparel and its placement. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Legislation for Welfare Provision for Asylum Seekers and Refugees in the UK

    This 16 page paper considers the legislation ad policies in the UK regarding asylum seekers and refugees and their [poison with regardless welfare provision. The paper starts with the Asylum and Immigration Appeals Act 1993 (AIAA) looking at the main acts and polices and the way these affect all asylum seekers and refuges with special attention in the impact they have the women. The bibliography cites 20 sources.

  • UK Welfare Benefits and Asylum Seekers' Dissertation Proposal

    In twenty two pages this paper presents a dissertation proposal involving the UK welfare system's impact upon seekers of asylum with emphasis upon Somali women and children. The typical research proposal format including questions, methodology, and current literature is presented. Forty five sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • The Governmental Approach to Providing Alternative Services in Canada

    Five pages and five sources used. This paper provides an overview of the methods for providing alternative services in in areas where government subsidized services are already provided. This paper considers the fact that many alternative services are being partially funded and that state activity can have an impact on the availability of these services. This paper considers one example, the range of services provided for women who are the victims of domestic violence and their children.

  • Projections for the Universal Health Care System in Canada

    7 pages and six sources used. This paper considers the existing status of the universal or national health care system in Canada and attempts to show how this system can survive in the presence of questions of regarding the maintaining of this system. This paper looks at the significance of national health funding for women's health issues and suggests that even in the midst of the call for budgetary cuts, this segment of the health care system should remain the same.

  • Poe's Obsession with Beautiful Young Women Dying and the Influence of His Wife's Premature Death

    In six pages this paper discusses how Edgar Allan Poe's obsession with young women dying was due to the premature death of his wife Virginia with examples from Poe's short stories 'The Oval Portrait,' 'Ligeia,' 'Fall of the House of Usher,' and 'Berenice' provided. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Home Visit, Sallie Mae

    This research paper/essay concerns a home visit with an older woman suffering from congestive heart failure (CHF, hypertension and atrial fibrillation. Appropriate nursing interventions are described and the paper closes with a hypothetical script between the nurse and the patient. Three pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Carl Jung's Archetypes and Eating Disorders

    In five pages a comparison between eating disorders and the archetypes of Carl Jung are analyzed with the archetypes being songs that showcase women who have eating disorders. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Eating Disorders in Women

    This 11 page paper examines eating disorders in women. The writer compares two common disorders, bulimia and anorexia nervosa, as well as their causes, treatment and prevention. The writer also provides case studies and statistics. There are 17 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Unmarried Couple, Shared Home, Equity and Trusts

    In seven pages this student submitted case study considers an unmarried couple who share a house that is in the man's name but after a split the woman wishes to claim a share of the property with estoppel, inferred constructive trust, and UK case law examined. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Review of "Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin and the Free Androgen Index Are Related to Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Multiethnic Premenopausal and Perimenopausal Women Enrolled in the Study of Women Across the Nation (SWAN)"

    A 5 page paper critiquing a research article for form and validity. The article can be said to have weaknesses in form in that it does not include a literature review and does not define the terms it uses. It still is a highly useful study that can inform patient care, however, particularly the care of peri- and postmenopausal women at risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Obesity/Hispanic Women in Tillman County, OK

    A 10 page research paper that examines obesity and focuses on how this problem is affecting the Hispanic population of Oklahoma and specifically Hispanic women of Tillman County. Cultural and gender factors associated with obesity are explored and discussed in terms of this population, and as well as in regards to the State of Oklahoma and the US as a whole. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • How Beauty Pageants are Related to the Image of Women

    This essay that contains no outside sources examines the beauty pageant and its meaning in the world today. The idea that they demean women explored. Both sides of the issue are relayed in the context of this eight page paper.

  • 'Barbie Doll' by Marge Piercy

    In three pages this essay examines how women are manufactured as described by Marge Piercy in this powerful poem. One source is cited in the bibliography.

  • California's Gold Rush and 'The Shirley Letters'

    In five pages this paper examines the personal accounts of life during the California gold rush penned by a young woman with the pseudonym 'Dame Shirley.' Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • California's Gold Rush and Women

    In fifteen pages this paper discusses the little known tales of California's gold rush as told by women. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Khmer Rouge and Cambodian Women

    In a report consisting of seven pages the Cambodian genocide that took place between the years of 1975 to 1979 in Khmer Rouge is examined particularly as this extermination affected women who were victimized in many ways. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Women Influenced by Shopping Malls

    In five pages this paper examines how shopping malls influence women's retail purchases with a consideration of fashion and cosmetic items. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Successful Women's Soccer in the US

    In thirteen pages this paper discusses the 21st changes regarding soccer in the United States and the impact of the US Women's Soccer Team's World Cup success. Sixteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Abortion Yes No or Maybe

    This paper explores the three opinions surrounding the abortion controversy. Those that support a woman’s right to seek an abortion often clash with those that believe abortion is synonymous with murder. The third camp of opinion is comprised of those that feel some circumstances but not others justify abortion. There are five sources in this 5 page paper.

  • Impact of Women in Law Enforcement

    In six pages this paper examines this topic in an overview that considers how the law enforcement profession has changed within the past three decades, how this has changed the community image of law enforcement, how fellow officers and deputies view the pros and cons of women officers, discusses possible preferential treatment and promotions, whether or not there is still ‘a glass ceiling,’ and what the future holds in store. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Life, Art, and Maya Angelou

    In five pages this research paper examines how the life of Maya Angelou is featured in her literary art with such texts as Heart of a Woman, Singin' and Swingin', Makin' Merry Like Christmas and I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Breast Cancer Risk

    A 3 page research paper that offers an summary and analysis of a study that addressed breast cancer risk. Vainshtein (2008) conducted an informative study that summarized and evaluated previous research on breast cancer risk, with a focus on the role of socioeconomic status (SES). This study begins by clearly stating the problem, which is that the high incidence of breast cancer among American women. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Winning Women's Rights

    The right to vote is one of the most cherished of women's rights. With it comes other rights. There are three sources in this eight page paper.

  • Horses and Lightning

    In five pages this creative writing sample examines how a woman decides to overcome her fear of horses in order to participate in her family's trail ride. There are no sources cited.

  • Pro and Con: Are Professional Women 'Opting Out" of Work by Choice?

    This essay gives a brief summary of both the pro and con arguments pertaining to the question: Are Professional Women 'Opting Out" of Work by Choice? The writer argues that the con side is correct. Six pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • How Did the New Left Lead to the Rise of the New Right?

    This 5 page paper uses the book “The Movements of the New Left, 1950-1975” to argue that it was the rise of the New Left and their battle for equal rights for all (gays, women, blacks) that led to the rise of the New Right to oppose them. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Individual Rights Usurped by the U.S. Supreme Court

    In five pages this paper presents the argument that the U.S. Supreme Court's decisions have usurped the rights of the individual with the example of the infringement of constitutional rights, the rights of women, and Internet privacy issues among the topics discussed. There are included source copies and four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Smoking Drinking During Pregnancy

    This essay discusses the effects of drinking and smoking during pregnancy. It also discusses electronic media and young children and programs for pregnant women to get proper nutrition. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Post 1960s Changes Regarding Women in Sports

    In eight pages this report discusses the post 1960s' increase in athletic participation of both girls and women. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Ancient Rome, Ancient Egypt, and Women's Roles

    Women's roles in these ancient civilizations are contrasted and compared in eight pages. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Rural Southwest Queensland Australia and Developing a Breast Cancer Screening Program

    In five pages a discussion of a screening program for breast cancer for the women in the rural parts of SW Queensland is presented in terms of strategic planning establishment and the justification for such a program. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Social Security Versus The American Dream

    3 pages in length. The realization of achieving the "American Dream" based upon the limited resources of average social security income and a modest private pension is vastly different when constructing a monthly budget for men versus women; however, while males earn $250 more than their female counterparts based upon 2004 statistics, it does not make them much more capable of attaining the spoils of the American Dream unless their expectations have dropped considerably as their age has increased. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Depiction of Women in The Color Purple by Alice Walker

    The depiction of African American Women as suffering because they are female, black, and poor in The Color Purple by Alice Walker is analyzed in a paper consisting of three pages. There are no other sources listed.

  • Women’s Friendship: “The Color Purple”

    A 5 page paper which examines the friendship of women regarding Celie and Sofia in “The Color Purple” by Alice Walker. No additional sources cited.

  • Enlivening American History

    This paper reviews the book A Young People's History of the United States. Written by Howard Zinn, this book provides an interesting glimpse into women's roles in society, the Civil Rights movement and key characters like Sojourner Smith, Anne Hutchinson, and Martin Luther King Jr. There are two sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • An Atlanta Homeless Families' Overview

    In seven pages a statistical overview about homeless families in America is first offered before the focus shifts to Atlanta, Georgia and includes a discussion of one homeless shelter and information regarding what assistance is available for women and children along with resource availability. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Mentally-Ill Homeless/Mexican-American Women

    An 8 page research paper that examines literature focusing on a segment of the homeless population whose needs have been under-addressed by research, the homeless, mentally ill Mexican American woman. As research on this demographic group is limited, it is necessary to investigate what is known about the various facets of this description. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • WHY TQM AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT THEORY MIGHT BE UNEFFECTIVE

    Examines the TQM and Administrative Management theories, and why they might be ineffective when it comes to the establishment, leadership and growth of a university center dedicated to teaching meeting management skills to women. There are 5 sources listed in the bibliography of this 4-page paper.

  • Equal Pay

    This 8 page paper looks at issues concerning equal pay under English law. The paper considers the case of a woman who is paid less than several men performing the same or similar tasks, including her predecessor, someone working in a different location, someone in the same location but a different office and a former manager who has a salary that is ‘red circled’. The paper demonstrates the application of equal pay legislation and case law and applies it to the case provided by the student. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

  • Juliet's Images in Film Versions of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

    In five pages this essay discusses how women's social status is reflected in the images of Juliet in the balcony scenes in the 1968 and 1996 film adaptations of Romeo and Juliet. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Problem of Poverty and HIV/AIDS Risk for Black American Women

    4 pages and 4 sources. This paper outlines the basic premise of an increased risk of HIV/AIDS infection in African American women who live in poverty. This paper is written as a Problem Statement for a thesis on this same topic.

  • Relationship Between Mother and Daughter in Warrior Woman by Maxine Hong Kingston

    In five pages the autobiography by Maxine Hong Kingston is examined in terms of the relationship between mother and daughter that is portrayed within and how the mother reinforces the 'warrior woman' in the daughter. No other sources are listed.

  • Multiple Sclerosis Client Case Study Patient Assessment

    In seven pages this hypothetical case study examines how a nurse can provide counsel to a young woman who has just received a multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Migraines and Stroke Risks

    In four pages this paper discusses the potential for stroke among migraine sufferers, particularly women. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Lung Cancer from Smoking and Oset, Cellular Division, and Gender: Common Links Between Osteoporosis and Lung Cancer

    A 5 page review of the cellular manifestations of two potentially deadly conditions. Identifies these diseases as targeting females more often than males and urges women to stop smoking to reduce their risks. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Mary Jemison and the Participation of Women in the American Revolution

    In five pages this paper discusses the significant contributions women made to the Revolutionary War in this profile of Mary Jemison. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Issues of Women's Rights and Maggie A Girl of the Streets by Stephen Crane

    In five pages this text is analyzed in terms of how it represents the late nineteenth century issues involving impoverished women in America. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Stephen Crane's Maggie A Girl of the Streets and Women's Opportunities

    In five pages this paper discusses the opportunities that were available to women at the dawn of the 20th century as revealed by Maggie's position in this work by Stephen Crane. There are no other sources listed.

  • Culture and Women in Slavenka Drakulic's Makeup and Other Crucial Questions and Maxine Hong Kingston's No Name Woman

    In six pages this essay compares and contrasts these literary works in terms of their representation of women and culture. There is no bibliography included.

  • The Issue of Equality and Efforts to Achieve Equality

    6 pages and 9 sources. This paper relates the problem of achieving equality, based on the assertion that applying the concept of equality tends to ignore the true underlying reasons that inequality exists for both ethnic minorities and women. This paper considers what the fundamental meaning of equality is and how efforts to acehive it have exacerbated the problem of inequality.

  • Case of Postpartum Depression

    In a paper of four pages, the author identifies mental health issues, including borderline personality disorder and postpartum depression in a woman using services in a daycare agency.

  • Which is the Best Birth Control Method: Pills, Patch, Nuvaring, or Depo Shot?

    A 5 page review of four of the most popular birth control methodologies. This paper emphasizes that a woman should choose birth control not only because of its effectiveness but also in consideration of the ease of use and the potential for long and short term complications.

  • Wrongful Birth Case Study Appellate Brief

    In ten pages this paper presents an appellate brief sample involving a fictitious California case regarding a claim of wrongful birth after a woman gave birth to a child with Down Syndrome. Bluebook style notations are featured and there is no bibliography.

  • Madam President and the Ferraro Campaign

    The campaign of Geraldine Ferraro for vice president provides the backdrop for Clift and Brazaitis' Madam President. Dealing with only the first chapter of the book, the paper examines whether she was the right candidate and whether it is yet time for a woman to be elected to our highest office.This paper has five pages and six sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Girls, Women, and the Impact of the Media

    In five pages this essay examines how the media influences girls' and women's self images through portrayals in print, film, television, and advertising. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Procrastination Exemplification Essay

    In four pages this exemplification essay presents a first person narrative that considers a young woman's procrastination problems with the inclusion of 3 anecdotes.

  • Reality Television is Detrimental To Young Women and American Culture

    This 3 page paper gives an explanation of how reality television is bad for American culture. This paper includes how hows depict African Americans and women in stereotypical and negative ways. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Anthropological and Sociological Effects of Puritanism and the 1692 Salem Witch Trials

    In twenty pages this paper examines the far reaching impacts of the 1692 Salem witch trials with the emphasis being the trials against women Sarah Osbourne, Sarah Good, and Tituba. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Women and the Impact of the Media

    In eight pages this paper discusses how women's self esteem is influenced and shaped by media images in films, TV, commercials, print ads, and music videos. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Assault vs Aggravated Assault

    A 3 page review of the distinction between these types of crimes. This paper is based on a scenario of a fight between a woman and her husband. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • How Women Are Treated in "Sweat" by Zora Neale Hurston

    Delia Jones as a reflection of Hurston's treatment of Women in her 1926 story "Sweat" is the subject of a literary critique in 6 pages (5 pages of text and a 1 page outline). The bibliography cites 4 sources.

  • Teenage Client/Case Study

    This paper pertains to an adolescent woman inquiring about birth control methods other than condoms. Three pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Women and TV News Broadcasts

    In five pages this paper examines the reasons why women may trust or respond to television news broadcasts more than their male counterparts. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Susan B. Anthony and Mary Wollstonecraft, A Dialogue

    This paper presented brief biographies on Susan B. Anthony and Mary Wollstonecraft, as well as a short description of 19th gender role, before offering a brief dialogue between the two women. Three pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Women's Rights Crusader Susan B. Anthony

    In eight pages this research paper examines the life of Susan B. Anthony and also details her activism on behalf of achieving rights for women. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • 19th Century Women's Activist Susan B. Anthony

    In eleven pages this paper discusses the feminist activism of Susan B. Anthony beginning with her 1855 speech and regarding her efforts towards achieving women's suffrage. Eight sources are cited in the annotated bibliography.

  • Plastic Surgery, Footbinding, and Violence Targeting Women

    In six pages this paper discusses plastic surgery and footbinding practice in this overview of violence directed towards women. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Does PMS Actually Exist?

    In five pages this paper examines whether or not Premenstrual Syndrome is a social construct or is an actual occurrence and offers evidence that it is indeed real and attributed to physiological and hormonal changes within a woman's body. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Sense Of Self In Erikson's 6th Developmental Stage

    Brief discussion and profile of a young adult woman who has not developed a positive sense of self as she enters Erikson's sixth development stage. Two sources are cited in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • U.S. and Polygamy

    In 4 pages this research paper discusses the practice of polygamy in the U.S. in a consideration of history, popularity, and its benefits for women. There are 5 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Koran Sections 'Women' and 'Cow' and Contemporary City Governments

    In four pages this paper discusses contemporary city governments in this application of two sections from the Koran.

  • Women and Love According to Kahlil Gibran

    In four pages this essay presents a poetic analysis of 'Children,' 'Love,' and 'Marriage' by Kahlil Gibran. There are no other sources listed.

  • Depression and Anxiety in Women With Breast Cancer and Their Partners

    A 3 page review of the article published in the published in the January/February edition of “The Nursing Research Journal” by authors Terry Badger, Chris Segan, Sylvia M. Darros, Paula Meek and Ana Marie Lopez. This paper outlines the study methodology and findings to conclude that it offers valuable direction for the nursing field. No additional sources are listed.

  • Depression In Elderly Women

    15 pages in length. Depression is an equal opportunity offender that spares no one from its life-stealing symptoms; significantly more than just a blue mood, depression is one of the most prevalent mental health issues plaguing contemporary society. For some, escaping the grips of depression is all but impossible due to its genetic disposition; for others, environmental and/or psychosocial problems lend themselves to the onset and sometimes persistent state of depression. Elderly women are no exception and in fact are a large percentage of those afflicted with depression due to a number of causes associated with health, emotions and loss of independence. Bibliography lists 19 sources.

  • Mandatory HIV Testing for Pregnant Women

    A 6 page research paper that offers an examination of the issues involved in mandatory HIV testing as a standard part of prenatal care is designed to aid the student researching this topic with preparing for a class debate. The student will be debating the negative position, that is, opposing mandatory HIV testing. Therefore, this speech presents this position. Then, the affirmative positive is briefly summarized, which is followed with how the negative position can offer rebuttal to these points. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Rights for Women in the 19th Century Play A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

    In 9 pages the feminist manifesto characteristics of this social drama by Henrik Ibsen are analyzed. There are 3 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Equality, Women, and the Criminal Justice System

    In fifteen pages this paper examines the gender equality that is evident in the criminal justice system. There are 15 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • The Cost of Discrimination of Women in International Business

    This 5 page paper looks at the issue of gender discrimination in senior management of international companies. After assessing the extent of the issue and establishing that this type of discrimination exists the writer goes on to look at the potential business consequences and the evidence indicates business are loosing out as a result. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Women Rising Above Oppression in The Color Purple

    A 6 page paper which examines female characters in The Color Purple by Alice Walker and how they rise above oppression. No additional sources cited.

  • Work Life Balance Strategies and the Impact on Women Employees

    This 4 page paper looks at the issue of work life balance and how and why a lack of work life balance strategies in the work place are likely to have a greater negative impact on omen compared to men. The bibliography cites 10 sources.

  • The Bluest Eye & The Color Purple

    A 5 page essay that discusses Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye and Alice Walker’s The Color Purple, which are similar in that both authors use the structure of their novels as a tool that facilitates the achievement of their thematic purposes. In The Bluest Eye, Morrison’s references to the Dick-and-Jane reading primer aids Morrison in contrasting the mainstream cultural ideal, that is, the world represented in the Dick-and-Jane stories, against the violence of her protagonist’s world. This contrast also serves to underscore the way in which mainstream white ideals are assimilated by black Americans and contribute to their dysfunction and unhappiness. Similarly, in The Color Purple, Walker uses her novel’s epistolary format to dramatize her protagonist’s evolution from an insecure, brutalized girl toward an independent, secure woman with her own voice. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Patient-Doctor Conflicts

    This essay reports the case of a depressed teenager who attempted suicide. The attending physician is not his regular doctor. The patient stormed out of the room before the doctor could say more than four sentences. The paper suggests other discussion openers that might have been more successful. The other case is a woman with severe diabetes who has already lost one leg but will not enter the hospital to get the disease under control. The essay suggests steps for each case. There are two sources used in this three page paper.

  • The Role Of Food In Carol Shields' Novel "Swann"

    3 pages in length. Metaphors of food, cooking and eating are conspicuously present in Carol Shields' Swann that one cannot help but draw a distinction between the author's blatant symbolic purpose and the position of strength it holds within the concept of culture. Women's place has historically been in the home, tending to everything that has to do with raising a good family; while that is viewed as somewhat of an archaic perspective in contemporary culture, Shields makes it the focal point of her story through the metaphoric use of food in such a way that it transcends typical gender barriers and produces a much stronger teaching for the female place in society. No bibliography.

  • Criminal Sexual-type Conduct Data

    There have been a number of laws passed and numerous court cases regarding sexual harassment in the workplace. These span more than four decades and yet, it does not seem that the incidence of sexual harassment has been reduced. Statistical data are reported from an older Federal Government Report, a military academies report, and a general public report. The incidence of harassment at each military academy is reported for women and men along with the reasons they seldom report these crimes. The physical and emotional effects of experiencing this type of crime are discussed. There are three sources used in this three page paper.

  • Submissive Characters In Children's Literature: Influence Upon Self-Perception In Female Children

    6 pages in length. Children's literature is replete with visual imagery of worlds that exist beyond reality's realm; to equip a child with a story that takes her outside her established precepts is to fortify that young mind with additional learning tools for life. However, not every lesson learned within the pages of children's literature is of a positive nature, inasmuch as some messages drive home antiquated gender identity roles that impose significantly distorted perceptions upon naïve and vulnerable readers. When cast as submissive characters by virtue of their gender, children are taught that such famous "people" as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty represent how women are expected to be in the real world; without benefit of truly understanding the fantasy component of children's literature, they take with them these skewed perceptions and unknowingly incorporate them into their own psychological development. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Three Events in the History of Higher Education

    A 4 page research paper that discusses the history of higher education in relation to three events. This examination will briefly examine these three events and discuss how they influenced higher education's development. In general, the progression that these three events dramatize a gradual evolution toward offering higher education to an increasing diverse, more numerous segment of the population of a particular era. These three events are the origin of universities in the medieval period; the opening of higher education to women and the implementation of the G.I. Bill after World War II. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Image Analysis Of Two Different Advertisements

    3 pages in length. The desire to enhance physical features with such tools as color and adhering objects to the body has held historical importance throughout the human time line. Whether for personal or cultural identity, adorning the body serves to distinguish social status and gender; some cultures engage in the practice of physical mutilation as an expression of beauty while others cover their flesh in permanent artwork. Contemporary society has not only continued the practice of personal adornment as a statement of identity but has done so to the point of tapping into the duality of vanity and insecurity, with women especially being targeted to always second guess their beauty by the barometer of media influence. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Is Maria Teresa Tula's Thinking Still Relevant?

    This 5 page paper discusses whether human rights abuses can be generalized over both the New World and the East. The writer explains that in her book Hear My Testimony, Maria Teresa Tula gave an account of the struggle for human rights in El Salvador, her native land. The purpose of the paper is to examine the struggle Tula described and see if it can be conflated with struggles elsewhere, and the writer argues that it cannot. Human rights abuses take similar forms everywhere, but the historical origins of such abuses are very different in the East and West. The writer concludes with an account of women's involvement in the struggle, which is relevant to oppression everywhere. There are 2 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • John Gray's Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus A Practical Guide for Improving Communication and Getting What You Want in Your Relationship

    In five pages this paper discusses how the popular 1992 best selling text by John Gray's does not have the power or the relevance it once did. Fourteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Women Asylum Seekers and the Welfare State in the UK; Research Methodology

    This 5 page paper outlines the methodology that can be used to assess the experiences of female asylum seekers in the UK when seeking help from the welfare state. The paper considers an approach and then justified the use of a qualitative case study approach. The paper cites 10 sources.

 

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