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Place of Women In South Africa By College Guide World
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Gender roles in South Africa have long been decided according to the long-standing beliefs of all racial and ethnic groups. Most of the beliefs concerning gender roles are based on the assumption... More > that women in South Africa are not as important as men. They are said to be less deserving of power than men. In South Africa most of the traditional social organizations are male dominated and revolves around male. Things have not changed much even in this new era of equality and better communication. Even in the 1990s it was seen in some rural areas in South Africa that wives were walking a few paces behind their husbands to maintain their traditional practices. Place of Women In South Africa Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Historical Struggle Chapter Three: During the Era of Apartheid Chapter Four: South African Women in the 1990s Chapter Five: In the 21st Century< Less
Place of Women In Mali By College Guide World
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There are numerous traditions and several ethnic communities in Mali. They have their significant role in deciding the role of women in the society. The social roles and status of women in Mali are... More > formed by the complex interplay of traditions and ethnic communities. A little less than half of the population in Mali consists of women. The Malian women have sometimes been the centre of matrilineal societies, but they have been a vital force in the economy and social structure of the society, especially in the rural and agricultural society. Place of Women In Mali 1 Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Education and Health Care Chapter Three: Family and Marriage Chapter Four: Women’s Rights and Exploitation Chapter Five: Horrible Tradition Chapter Six: Violence against Women Chapter Seven: Economic Rights of Women Chapter Eight: Female Trafficking and Prostitution Chapter Nine: Women in Politics< Less
Place of Women In Japan By College Guide World
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In Japan, women are a dominant force to reckon with. They are involved in almost every field. Before the Second World War the condition of women in Japan was not as good as it is today. After the... More > Second World War, things changed greatly in favour of women in Japan. Since the Great War, the role of a Japanese woman has been that of the office lady. She becomes a housewife, and then eventually education mother after her marriage. Place of Women In Japan Copyright Chapter One: Introduction and Cultural Background Chapter Two: Women’s Education Chapter Three: Working Women Chapter Four: Changed Society and Women in Japan Chapter Five: Feminism in Japan Chapter Six: Women in Politics Chapter Seven: Suffrage of Women Chapter Eight: Women’s Language in Japan Chapter Nine: Modern Education Chapter Ten: Women and Art and Literature Chapter Eleven: Prostitution in Japan Chapter Twelve: Modern Working Women in Japan< Less
Place of Women In Iran By College Guide World
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There is no doubt that the women in Iran enjoy better rights than the Muslim women in most of the Arabian countries. Iranian women have been historically very active members of the Iranian... More > society. The historical records suggest that the women in Persia had almost equal rights and they were equally involved in politics, education, and social acts as men. Place of Women In Iran Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Historical Background Chapter Three: Travelling to Foreign Countries Chapter Four: Women under Pahlavi Dynasty Chapter Five: Under the Islamic Republic Chapter Six: Women and Politics in Iran Chapter Seven: Women’s Role in Economy Chapter Eight: Famous Iranian Women Chapter Nine: Women’s Movements in Iran Chapter Ten: Culture and Iranian Women< Less
Quick Guide: Mockingjay By College Guide World
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The author describes that there are several similarities between the Roman Empire and the fictional nation of Panem. According to the author the name ‘Panem’ comes from a Latin phrase... More > ‘Panem et Circenses’ which means ‘Bread and Circuses.’ “Mockingjay” has 27 chapters. The book is divided into three parts with nine chapters in each. The same structure was used by the author in her earlier series “The Underland Chronicles.” Quick Guide: Mockingjay Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Major Themes Chapter Five: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Part Three Chapter Six: Response< Less
Quick Guide: Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. By College Guide World
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The story revolves around a girl in sixth grade. There was no religious affiliation in her growing up. Her mother happens to be Christian and her father Jewish. In the story, Margaret happens to be... More > on her quest to find a single religion. She also comes across several other pre-teen female problems, such as purchase of her first bra, experiencing her first period, using sanitary napkins, jealousy towards the girls who look like grown up women, liking boys, etc. Quick Guide: Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Quick Guide: Therese Raquin By College Guide World
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“Therese Raquin” was the first full-length novel of Emile Zola. It is considered to be one of his best novels. It was very well received when it was first published. It is said that... More > when Emile Zola started writing the story of Therese, the story of people known to her, and her descent into murder and suicide, the author was only twenty seven years old. Before writing this novel, Zola was in a marketing job, but he left that job in the year 1866. He used to work for a publishing firm named Hachette. He had some experience of book publishing process and marketing. Quick Guide: Therese Raquin Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Quick Guide: Regeneration By College Guide World
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“Regeneration” a morally nuanced novel; it is actually an anti-war novel, though the story shows the issues and concerns which were in focus in wartime Britain. Pat Barker has focused... More > on the experiences of Dr. Rivers. He was the psychiatrist who attended his patients. The author tries to clearly show the conflict between duty and sympathy. Pat Barker’s writing style is direct but highly insightful. She very successfully presents a microcosm of madness in society. The author presents the reflection of the society and its issues, but she does not draw conclusions for her readers. Quick Guide: Regeneration Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part I Part II Part III Part IV Chapter Five: Thematic Analysis< Less
Quick Guide: A Lost Lady By College Guide World
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“A Lost Lady” by Willa Cather was first published in the year 1923. The central characters of the story are Marian Forrester and her husband, Captain Daniel Forrester. The husband and... More > wife live in Sweet Water, a town along the Transcontinental Railroad. Though major part of the story is told from the perspective of Niel Herbert, a young man from Sweet Water, the novel has third person narrative. Niel Herbert happens to be the witness of the decline of Mrs. Forrester. He feels very sorry for her. The third person narrative describes the West, covering the period from the idealized age of noble pioneers to the modern age of capitalization and industrial boom. Quick Guide: A Lost Lady Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Quick Guide: The Second Sex By College Guide World
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The book was first published in 1949. It is considered to be the author’s one of the best books. The book basically explores how the women were treated throughout history. “The Second... More > Sex” is often said to be a major work of feminist philosophy and the origin of the second wave feminism. Beauvoir did a lot of research and completed the writing of the book in about fourteen months. At that time she was 38 years old. Quick Guide: The Second Sex Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Historical Figures Chapter Three: Plot Overview Chapter Four: Summary of the Book Volume One Volume Two Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less

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