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Women in War By Lindsay Miller
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A rising debate about Women In War, including a narrative story, informational report and a persuasive essay!
Women against the Vietnam War By Fazila Derya Agis
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In this paper, I claim that the anti-Vietnam war activities were conducted by women individually for their own political beliefs and purposes, but by women in groups for assisting the needy, the... More > children or the victim women as a result of the motherhood instinct of women. Besides, I present Jane Fonda as an example to the individual anti-war women, whereas the Women Strike for Peace, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, and the Voice of Women / La Voix des Femmes to the groups of women whose motherhood instincts affected their anti-Vietnam war activism. Besides, I discuss that these women had to consider the corruption and transparency issues in Vietnam for helping the Vietnamese and the progress of the world rather than defending motherly purposes and just peace as a political motive. Thus, my resarch is based on the female gendered anti-war response. The activism of women is analyzed within the framework of Symbolic Interactionism of Blumer (1969).< Less
Four Women: One War By David Chaltas
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FOUR WOMEN: ONE WAR is a delightful play rooted in the epic saga of the War Between the States. The play consists of four acts, each with separate scenes depicting the worries of a union wife for... More > her beloved husband. The other reflects a confederate wife who is dealing with the loss of her son and Old Maw, a family slave. Old Maw has been the nanny of the children since their birth and she vows to protect them even from the grave. Ms. Summer is a twelve year old child who longs to have her younger brother back from searching for her father. A couple of scenes offer insights into the soldiers on both sides, as they prepare to go home after the war's end. The conclusion affords an on the edge of the seat experience as they are left wondering who will make it home and who will remain on the fields of glory. Come along on the journey, as Four Women reflect upon One War.< Less
Four Women: One War By David Chaltas
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FOUR WOMEN: ONE WAR is a delightful play rooted in the epic saga of the War Between the States. The play consists of four acts, each with separate scenes depicting the worries of a union wife for... More > her beloved husband. The other reflects a confederate wife who is dealing with the loss of her son and Old Maw, a family slave. Old Maw has been the nanny of the children since their birth and she vows to protect them even from the grave. Ms. Summer is a twelve year old child who longs to have her younger brother back from searching for her father. A couple of scenes offer insights into the soldiers on both sides, as they prepare to go home after the war's end. The conclusion affords an on the edge of the seat experience as they are left wondering who will make it home and who will remain on the fields of glory. Come along on the journey, as Four Women reflect upon One War.< Less
American Women At War In Iraq By Steve Markelo
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The 2003 invasion of Iraq by the United States (U.S) saw an extensive number of female soldiers deployed to serve during the period of combat, this has been the most American women deployed since... More > World War II. These women have gone to Iraq and have left an indelible mark with their indomitable spirit and love for their country. They were courageous and fearless on the battlefield. Despite this, they faced numerous challenges including feelings of isolation due to the method used in the distribution of soldiers, hostility from their male comrades, the Military’s traditional culture towards women and sexual persecution. Nothwithstanding this, women soldiers have reported that they felt pride in regards to their jobs and consider their contribution significant and critical to the prevention against the war on terrorism.< Less
Wealth, Women and War By Cliff Potts
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Based on the analysis of his last 50 years, Clifford Allen Potts, Ph.D., brings another thought-provoking page turner as we delve once again into our world's dynamic human environment. Wealth, Women,... More > and War brings a unique perspective upon our nation's finances, gender roles, and who has the biggest bomb of them all. This book is a unique accounting on our world's history and possible future, from theology to capitalism and beyond. Wealth, Women, and War is a gem in the collection of books written by Clifford Allen Potts, Ph.D. Other written works include Well Past Midnight, Radicals, Religion, and Revelation, and Conspirators, Confederates, and Cronies. I look forward to joining the brilliant Dr. Potts as he unravels more mysteries in future works. Matthew Doherty Readers Daily Review< Less
TheTrojan women Tears ol war By Euripides
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One of the most moving exposes of the human cost of war.. Set in the context of the mythic tale of Troy Euripides' ' moving drama was for his fellow warring Athenians . - and for all time
On War & Women: Operation Enduring Freedom's Impact on the Lives of Afghan Women By Dr. Sharmon Monagan
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On September 11, 2001, the US saw one of it’s greatest tragedies in history. The fall of the twin towers seemed to split time into two periods – the before and after - spurring the... More > beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom, the longest running war in US history. As the justifications for war compounded, so did the list of groups who would benefit. Historically, women have been used as justification to enter into war, and Afghan women were no different. On paper, they became another reason for the occupation, as their life under the Taliban rule was something to be salvaged. Now over a decade later, just how much of this goal has been recognizably achieved? On War & Women: Operation Enduring Freedom's Impact on the Lives of Afghan Women, is an academic research that seeks to examine the war’s impact of the on the lives of Afghan women, exploring several quality of life indicators to determine if the US military can cross this off as a triumph, or a wasted opportunity.< Less
On War & Women: Operation Enduring Freedom's Impact on the Lives of Afghan Women By Dr. Sharmon Monagan
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On September 11, 2001, the US saw one of it’s greatest tragedies in history. The fall of the twin towers seemed to split time into two periods – the before and after - spurring the... More > beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom, the longest running war in US history. As the justifications for war compounded, so did the list of groups who would benefit. Historically, women have been used as justification to enter into war, and Afghan women were no different. On paper, they became another reason for the occupation, as their life under the Taliban rule was something to be salvaged. Now over a decade later, just how much of this goal has been recognizably achieved? On War & Women: Operation Enduring Freedom's Impact on the Lives of Afghan Women, is an academic research that seeks to examine the war’s impact of the on the lives of Afghan women, exploring several quality of life indicators to determine if the US military can cross this off as a triumph, or a wasted opportunity.< Less
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