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  • Women in Ancient Sparta and Athens

    Women in Ancient Sparta and Athens

    Women's rights reveal a lot about a civilization, as they dictate life in that society, and they show how advanced a civilization is. The amount of rights and freedoms that women are granted in a city- state is a vital part of their society, as it reveals where their morals are. Ancient Athens was a great place to live, however, women had significantly fewer rights there than women in ancient Sparta did. Sparta and Athens

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    Submitted: April 6, 2015 By: Vimm3l
  • Women in Chinese Societies

    Women in Chinese Societies

    Women in Chinese Societies Even since the dramatic post-1949 changes in China regarding the role of women, China has remained paternalistic in its attitudes and social reality. The land reform, which was intended to create a more balanced economic force in marriage, was the beginning of governmental efforts to pacify women, with no real social effect. Communist China needed to address the woman question. Since women wanted more equality, and equality is doled out from

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    Submitted: May 8, 2010 By: Artur
  • Women in Chinses History

    Women in Chinses History

    Although there have been women in China that have held positions of power and even lead in prominent positions, the history of the Chinese civilization has been one of male dominance. "Unfortunately, no level of leadership, education or social prominence for women has changed the patriarchal nature of traditional Chinese society (Perry 279)." Women in Chinese society are still considered to be a possession of the man or are looked upon as servants. Because they

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    Submitted: January 23, 2010 By: Monika
  • Women in Classical Greece

    Women in Classical Greece

    In Classical Greece, men's domination over women is clearly apparent in each social, economic, and political arena. According to this period, women exist because their existences are necessary in order to produce male heir for the continuity of the state. For this reason, women's roles are limited to procreation and marriage and they are not allowed to have economic and political rights, and their social roles are very restricted. According to Classical Greece, women only

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    Submitted: May 29, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Women in Greek Society

    Women in Greek Society

    Women in Greek Society Ages before the first civilizations arose; men and women lived equally amongst themselves in tribes. Throughout the years however, mankind slowly but surely advanced as a race. The first civilizations of Mesopotamia , a land mass located in the Middle East , arose and fell and did not last very long. These civilizations included some of the earliest ideas within them including: 1. The first calendar (which included the concept of

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    Submitted: November 20, 2009 By: Wendy
  • Women in Post-Revolution Russia

    Women in Post-Revolution Russia

    The last Tsar of Russia abdicated the throne in February of 1917. With the fall of the old regime, many old gender barriers fell, as well. The period after the Bolsheviks rose to power was a time of many changes for all Russians, but none were more affected than the women of the time. Lenin, the leader of the Bolshevik party (later called the Communists) was greatly disturbed by the domestic enslavement of Soviet women,

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    Submitted: January 5, 2010 By: Anna
  • Women in Rome

    Women in Rome

    Most women in ancient Rome were viewed as property of the men who they lived with. Basically they were handed from their father to their new husband at the time of their marriage and surrendered any property they owned, or dowry they were given, to their husband (Document 1). There were however two types of marriage in ancient Rome, manus and sine manus. Under the first type, manus, the woman and all of her property

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    Submitted: March 20, 2010 By: Steve
  • Women in Rome

    Women in Rome

    As the millenniums pass and years go by, the world continues to evolve each day. Across the world, in every society, men and women have specific roles that they carry out. During ancient times, in most cultures, women were inferior to men. This is still true in many countries today. It has taken American women many centuries to have gained the rights and privileges they have today. Women have made many immense achievements, fought for

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    Submitted: April 15, 2010 By: Monika
  • Women in Sparta and Greece

    Women in Sparta and Greece

    Most people think of ancient Athens as a city representing freedom and democracy, and of Sparta as a highly constrained society. Modern schools of thought teach us that recent democracies are modeled on Athens, while martial dictatorships are modeled on Sparta. However, history shows us that women had much more autonomy in Sparta than in Athens. In fact, the democratic aspects of Athens were available only to free men who were citizens of Athens. Moreover,

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    Submitted: April 9, 2010 By: Top
  • Women in the French Revolution

    Women in the French Revolution

    Women in the French Revolution The French Revolution was a time of cast conflict that dramatically altered the political and social order of France. Women during the revolution period had many roles including they're political involvement, donation of time to revolutionaries, and contributions to ideologies. However, with all the contributions, women were still victimized by the changes that occurred. While these roles had a huge impact on the equality between mean and women this impact

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    Submitted: May 15, 2010 By: Jon
  • Women in the Labour Force

    Women in the Labour Force

    The past decades their has been a dramatic increase of women participating in the labour force from countries all over the world including Canada. In 1950, one Canadian worker in five was a woman. By 1980 this percentage had doubled, and women are expected to make up more than 44 percent of the labour force by the end of this century. The increase in female participation started occurring during the 1970's. This increase also caused

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    Submitted: March 8, 2010 By: Jack
  • Women in the Middle Ages

    Women in the Middle Ages

    The medieval woman was allowed a larger measure of freedom and status than the usual image we have of the Middle Ages. Women were allowed to own property and inherit from their family. Some women were employed and some were in charge of businesses. Among the upper class, women were as educated as their male counterparts. In Europe, women were allowed to inherit property from both their fathers and their husbands. In most cases, whatever

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    Submitted: November 21, 2009 By: Mike
  • Women in the Past

    Women in the Past

    Women in the past From recent readings in my history textbooks, I learned that there really is much that we can learn from our ancestors. Especially enlightening to me was my readings of a certain section called "Women in Classical Societies." Although I may be highly criticized for this, I feel it my duty to express my opinion that these ancient societies got it right with women. My first lesson came from the Chinese. They

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    Submitted: March 4, 2010 By: Yan
  • Women Reformers

    Women Reformers

    The temperance movement of the 19th and early 20th centuries was an organized effort to encourage moderation in the consumption of intoxicating liquors or press for complete abstinence. The movement's ranks were mostly filled by women who, with their children, had endured the effects of uncontrolled drinking by many of their husbands. These organizations used many arguments to convince their countrymen of the evils of alcohol. They argued that alcohol was a cause of poverty.

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    Submitted: May 18, 2010 By: David
  • Women Rights

    Women Rights

    Women rights Throughout the years of marriage and relationships there has been many changes towards the different roles that men and women play. Over this time though there are also things that have remained the same. The male female relationship has always had a type of "guidelines". Over the past forty years these guidelines have become less and less followed. Men and women's attitudes towards each other are something that has always, for the most

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    Submitted: December 7, 2009 By: Steve
  • Women Today in Africa

    Women Today in Africa

    Women Today in Africa The status of women in Africa today is a series of paradoxes. On the one hand, women have a dignified role as mothers and nurturers of their families. On the other hand, they are not accorded many of the economic, educational, and political rights women have in other parts of the world According to the UN Development Fund for Women, eight out of ten African women workers have vulnerable employment, meaning

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    Submitted: May 9, 2011 By: youraclown
  • Women Voting Rights

    Women Voting Rights

    Disenfranchised Americans The meaning of disenfranchised is not having the right to vote. Over the past century, numerous Americans have made a great effort to receive this right. Many of these Americans failed. One of the reasons are countless amount of these people were held back and numerous amount of obstacles were thrown at them. Many of these people include African Americans, Hispanic American, Asian Americans and women. However, women had to anything and everything

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    Submitted: December 27, 2009 By: Mike
  • Women's Rights Before the Civil War

    Women's Rights Before the Civil War

    Women's Rights Before the Civil War To me, the sun in the heavens at noonday is not more visible than is the right of women, equally with man, to participate in all that concerns human welfare . . . These words were penned in 1866 by Frederick Douglass, a former slave and avid rallier for abolition and women's rights. This was no small task. Women's struggle for equality was and is a long and hard

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    Submitted: January 25, 2010 By: Monika
  • Women's Role in China

    Women's Role in China

    Women's Role in China "The emotional, sexual, and psychological stereotyping of females begins when the doctor says: 'It's a girl.'" -Shirley Chislom- Women have had changing roles in every society for centuries. Depending on the country, some women have had a harder time achieving equality. One of these countries is China. These women have faced such obstacles as foot binding to concubines. Until the twentieth century women were not considered equals in their society. Many

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    Submitted: February 13, 2010 By: Wendy
  • Women: A Necessary Evil

    Women: A Necessary Evil

    Women: A Necessary Evil Shane Ali-Kanhai Daniel Mcclarnon CLT 3378-08 The origin of mankind has been one of the most controversial issues among different cultures throughout history. Themes such as the creation of Earth, the first appearance of man, and the meddling of the gods have sparked debates among scholars for centuries. Among these arguments, the creation of women has played a big role in the facade of the world today. In several cultures one

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    Submitted: February 16, 2010 By: Jon
  • Womens Ability to Be in Combat

    Womens Ability to Be in Combat

    Paper The forces fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan are all volunteer soldiers and it is a mix of men and women. However, according to the Department of Defense and the Pentagon, “a policy from 1994 prohibits female troops in all four service branches from serving in units below brigade level whose primary mission is direct ground combat.” Yet, this policy is incredibly difficult to enforce according to many men and women serving. The frontline is

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    Submitted: June 2, 2010 By: Fonta
  • Women’s Education from the Rensaissance to the 18th Century

    Women’s Education from the Rensaissance to the 18th Century

    Women's education and potential for learning evolved from the Renaissance to the early 18th century. During the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the 17th and early 18th centuries, women's education slowly increased from period to period. The Renaissance was a period in time where women were taught to how to govern a household, encouraged to abstain from sexual relations, and how to conduct herself in the social class into which her marriage would place her. Women

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    Submitted: December 4, 2009 By: Stenly
  • Women’s Revenge in the Oresteia and Medea

    Women’s Revenge in the Oresteia and Medea

    Comparing Women's Revenge in The Oresteia and Medea Clytaemnestra and Medea are two women who are seeking justice for a wrong committed by their husbands. Clytaemnestra?s husband, Agamemnon, did not wrong here directly but rather indirectly. Agamemnon sacrificed their daughter Iphigeneia, in order to calm the Thracian winds. For Clytaemnestra this brought much hatred towards Agamemnon. Here Agamemnon had betrayed Clytaemnestra and their daughters trust, and for that she sought revenge. Medea's husband, Jason, had

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    Submitted: January 11, 2010 By: Top
  • Women’s Rights

    Women’s Rights

    Women's Suffrage The struggle to achieve equal rights for women is often thought to have begun, in the English-speaking world, with the publication of Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792). The United States The demand for the enfranchisement of American women was first seriously formulated at the Seneca Falls Convention (1848). After the Civil War, agitation by women for the ballot became increasingly vociferous. In 1869, however, a rift developed among

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    Submitted: December 20, 2009 By: Vika
  • Wonderful History

    Wonderful History

    The Middle Ages The definition of history itself is: the study of past events, particularly in human affairs. This definition is able to effectively and precisely describe what our history class, lead my Mr. Ritter, was able to flawlessly complete on May 2nd 2011. Together with Mr. Ritter, we went deep back into the past... to discover the world around us, the birth of Western Culture and history itself. The class took an in depth

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    Submitted: May 9, 2011 By: crisstrat
  • World History 3201 Learning Outcomes

    World History 3201 Learning Outcomes

    World History 3201 Learning Outcomes – Unit 2 1.) Marxism : The body of philosophical, political, economic and sociological ideas associated with Karl Marx (1818-1883) and his life-long collaborator Frederick Engels (1820-1895). The term is also used more generally to refer to work in the social sciences and humanities that employs key ideas and concepts from Marx and Engels' original writings. The core of Marxist ideas is the claim that each historical period has a

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    Submitted: April 8, 2010 By: Edward
  • World Religons

    World Religons

    Religion is a big factor of life. It makes the world of what it is today. If we did not have a religion, our world would be very different and maybe have a lot of difficulties. Religion is the belief in and worship of a personal God or gods. The three religions are Christianity Confucianism, and Judaism. All of these religions have a belief in only one god. Christianity is a religion of one god

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    Submitted: March 5, 2017 By: Jheaston
  • World Trade Centre Disaster: Building Performance

    World Trade Centre Disaster: Building Performance

    The World Trade Centre buildings (WTC-1 and WTC-2) were 110-story towers located in New York. On the morning of September 11, 2001, two hijacked commercial jetliners were deliberately flown into the WTC towers, which resulted in the collapse of these towers. These events were among the worst man-made building disasters and loss of life from any single building event. Over 3000 people lost their lives that day at the World Trade Center (WTC) site, including

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    Submitted: February 21, 2010 By: Jack
  • World War 1 Causes

    World War 1 Causes

    WWI Causes World War I, a war that started out locally in Europe between Austria-Hungary and Serbia that later ended up including thirty two different nations. This war has been around for almost a century and yet the causes of it are still being debated. There are many different scenarios that have been considered. Some of the key reasons that were believed to have instigated WWI were nationalism, imperialism, militarism, and an arrangement of treaties.

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    Submitted: January 10, 2010 By: Mike
  • World War 1 Continuity and Change

    World War 1 Continuity and Change

    Wars in the past have immensely changed the current status of many states. World War I has affected a lot of Europe as well a many regions of Asia. The Middle East and South Asia were just two of many changed regions. In the years during and after World War I, the Middle East and South Asia has experienced many similarities and many differences which helped establish the basis of these two areas now. In

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    Submitted: May 20, 2016 By: Cece Jordayne
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