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  • Women And The Modern Church

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    whether or not women should be in ministry is often a disputed one, and has become a polarizing issue for the modern church. This is not unusual as women’s role in the church has never been free of controversy. When discussing this issue, it is important to recognize that women have always played a role in ministry. However, this would not be the case had it not been for Jesus and his unusual treatment of women. Despite the opposing customs and social norms of his day, Jesus embraced women and the roles

  • A History Of Early Modern Women

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    for women, where their actions aren’t an afterthought and are brought into the limelight. Alexandra Shepard states that: “This essay reviews recent developments in the history of early modern masculinity, particularly in order to reflect on the ways in which it has drawn upon, competed with, and might complement the history of early modern women.” Attending to the early modern history of men can help to contribute new perspective and ideas to history of women in the early modern period.

  • Women In Modern Pop Music

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    culture still remains true for today’s modern society. Based on the pop music of the 2010’s, a somewhat conservative culture has taken a more provocative turn, especially in the case of women. Women in modern pop music are portrayed as sexual objects, sending a negative message to both male and female youth. One Direction was one of the largest boy bands to hit the stage in the 2010’s. With

  • Women : A Modern Day Revolution

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    In the last few decades, our nation has seen a modern day revolution in women’s participation in the workforce. Today, women are independent breadwinners for their families. In education, modern day young women have pushed through boundaries and are doing just as well if not better that their young male counterparts in educational achievements and earn advanced degrees. Regardless of these advancements, women still trail behind their male peers with respect to education and careers in science, technology

  • Antigone's Role Of Women In Modern Society

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    The role of women in society have been challenged intermittently throughout history, and continue to be confronted in modern day society. They are thought to be inferior to men, and believed to be incompetent of completing the same tasks as men. This belief, however, is challenged in various forms, one of which includes writing. A famous writing piece that challenges such views is Antigone by Sophocles. This play was a tragedy written to show the controversial role of women in society. Similarly

  • Art Deco Vs Art Deo

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    The “modern woman” developed a façade (also known as a masquerade) that allowed them to appear like a typical woman — perhaps deemed narcissistic, to use the words of Sigmund Freud — but in fact they were exploring their personal sexual intrigue and ignited the female gaze; which was something to counteract the male gaze, which they had felt the pressure of for centuries (or even millennia). An example of this could be a successful and intelligent working woman after showing her ‘worth’, deciding

  • Modern Women In The Wife Of Bath's Tales

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    “The Wife of Bath’s Tales” couldn’t be a modern women in her own unique ways. Two ways which she might not reflect off as a modern women is how she likes/expects to be treated or even her expectations towards men. The twenty-first century would not only be a different environment for her and possibly change her personality but it would also change her outcome on things or men around her. Most of the roles of the women in society don’t match the same as the women today, their desire have changed as well

  • Role of Women in the Paleolithic and Modern Period

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    Role of Women in the Paleolithic and Modern Period Amy L. Maddox DeVry University April 21, 2013 Role of Women in the Paleolithic and Modern Period * Women of the Paleolithic and Modern periods both have role models that have different meanings such as their role in society and their body image; however the way the males have treated these women showed little respect. During the Paleolithic period a sculpture was carved from using simple carving tools to create a masterpiece that is known

  • Women Of A Modern Indian Sex Worker

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    Exploitation of women for sex has been an ancient practice that is still prevalent in present time. Modern prostitution is a growing problem with its roots planted deep in the past. Ancient Athens was not an exception when it came to prostitution, with both men and women being targeted. There is limited information regarding the consequences of and characteristics of Athenian prostitutes but the sources that are available present many similarities as well as differences with modern Indian prostitutes

  • Flappers: A Representation of Modern Independent Women

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    role model, a new entertainer, and the dancers called the Flappers. Flappers were developed to show a change in women in the 20th century. They represented a new woman that was more modern and independent. The Flappers created a new fashion for woman and a new image showing that woman are more independent, more masculine, and can support themselves. Flappers demonstrated a new modern and independent woman who showed that they were capable of providing for themselves and having their own occupation