The Woman Suffrage Parades of 1910 and 1913 by J. L. Borda

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The journals review signifies the perception through an author’s concentration being on specific scope in regards to the women’s suffrage. The collection of information led to an enhanced understanding of the subject matter. Therefore, the perspective author’s analyzing topics varying in methods used by women for political recognition, the feminist movement impact, challenges faced within the campaign, and the history of the national and social movements in the global battle for women suffragists. However, some of the author’s did not provide a direct link of their articles to other information from other works of literature though they all have significant contributions to the topic. The woman suffrage parades of 1910–1913: Possibilities…show more content…
1). Therefore, the woman’s right activists aired their philosophies targeting different entertainment events and art activities. As such, the entertainment market showed a value in success primarily because the entertainment events attracted many people and the women’s right activists provided the audience. Nonetheless, “the use of drama and other forms of entertainment ultimately changed the public’s assessment on the rights of women” (Dassori, 2005, p. 1-13). The article portrays the impact of drama entertainment in attracting audiences from the political leaders, leading to the modification of rules to include women. The article is unique due to the concentration of a specific topic (drama) and its effects on the battle for women’s political recognition, whereas, the other authors provide a generalized perception of the women’s suffrage (Dassori, 2005, p. 4). Therefore, Dassori depicts drama as the main catalyst for seeking an audience; while the other author’s claims that, the annual parades were the chief resource for seeking an audience. However, Dassori justifies her claim by providing specific events as the parlor games to display how a large mass of individuals can be brought to attention. To clearly clarify the issue, the author should have compared and contrasted the main activities, provided an audience, and present justification as to why drama and sporting events effect contributed heavily to providing

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