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Gender Inequality and Feminism

Gender inequality is a concept which has been occurring over a number of years and due to gender differences it fuels up gender inequality, which gave rise to gender socialization. Gender socialization is the process of learning gender roles which emerge from society and nowadays social media, throughout this process men and women learn their […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2251 Topics: Economic Inequality, Feminism, Feminist Theory, Gender, Gender Equality, Gender Inequality, Gender Roles, Oppression, Patriarchy

A Comparative Analysis of Women’s Rights in Saudi Arabia and Japan

Introduction Ever since the birth of the women’s suffrage movement, and perhaps even before that, there has been a gradual shift in culture, politics, public relations, and government paradigms that have led us down the path of women’s empowerment. Although we are not fully there, western and developed states have made significant changes to their […]

Pages: 11 Words: 3381 Topics: Domestic Violence, Feminism, Feminist Theory, Gender, Gender Equality, Gender Roles, Japan, Marriage, Violence, Women Rights
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Mona Lisa Smile

The 2003 romance movie, “Mona Lisa Smile,” directed by Mike Newell, portrays a recent UCLA graduate female art history professor named Katherine Watson. She is hired at the prestigious all-female Wellesley College, in 1953 to teach an art history class to a classroom full of hardworking and demanding young girls, determined to make her feel […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1911 Topics: Feminism, Feminist Theory, Gender, Gender Roles, Marriage, Mona Lisa

How Alice Walker Created Womanism

The Color Purple is a novel that traces the suffering of black women from gender, racial domination in patriarchy society. This novel demonstrates the universally prevalent multiple injustices towards women: sexual violence and violation, sexism, political, economic and social domination. Male keeps women oppressed denying equal power. So, females have been prevented from enjoying their […]

Pages: 13 Words: 3832 Topics: Autonomy, Critical Theory, Feminism, Feminist literary criticism, Feminist Theory, Gender, Gender Equality
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