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  • Relativism In Feminist Epistemology

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    is centered on the two conceptual poles of naturalism on one side and antinaturalism on the other side. I address the epistemological problem through four different topics. I identify/pinpoint four topics to investigate: 1. Relationship between feminism and

  • Importance Of Swami Vivekananda

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    Like Rabindranath Tagore, Vivekananda also prescribed the same ancient spiritual methods of teaching, where Guru and his disciples lived in close association as in a family. The following are the basic principles of education. i. Education is not only for getting information; rather it should develop character, mental powers, intelligence and inculcate self-confidence together with self-reliance. ii. Education should develop the child physically, mentally and spiritually. iii. While giving educational

  • The Cricket Above All Else By R. K. Narayan's Swaminathi

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    1930 - The year known best, to Indians, for the Civil Disobedience Movement that breathed new life into the struggle for independence. Going by the history books, it was a period when the average Indian mind was agitated, and the national sentiment echoed the revolutionary ideas of the leaders. In this tumultuous time, we follow the mellow adventures of Swaminathan (or Swami), a schoolboy; as R.K. Narayan makes the proverbial bird (whose “eyes’ view” spanned the entire nation) land in the fictional

  • The Pros And Cons Of Unemployment

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    Conflict theory is a figure of thoughts including Marxism. Marxism claims that economics determines the nature of society; its politics, religion, law, and culture. Unlike the idea of functionalism, there is a conflict of interest. Society have different goals and purposes. They will use whatever means to gain this, even to the disadvantage of others in their society in order to reach their specific goals (Kendall 24). The impression of Marxism supports the theory that those with more power and money

  • Gender Pay Gap

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    Gender pay gap is a statistic data reflecting the difference between women and men’s median earnings. It shows the unfairness in the economy between women and men. Scholars from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, Australia have said that this inequality is affected by lots of interrelated factors in society, family and work. The inequality shows from lower hourly wage, fewer hours in unpaid jobs and lower employment rates in women. Thus, this essay will first discuss the cause of the average full-time

  • Malala Yousafzai Essay

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    How a simple person can achieve and fight for peace in this world? Many people asked themselves this question, but many of them did not have the right answer of how they can achieve peace in this world. Well, Malala Yousafzai captured the attention of millions of people around the world because of her courage, sacrifice, and her love for peace. And also, she did not only fight for peace, and for her rights against the Taliban, she also made sure to stand up for women’s right in education in Pakistan

  • Essay On Civil Society

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    Civil society is a conception that evolves many academic debates, as if there is a common agreement that society develops toward the civil society. Indeed, civil society is not an ancient conception. Rather, debate of civil society can be traced back to the beginning of the Renaissance, which scholars refers to the civil powers in the political decision. Although the national elites altered the government to a more democratic one, the governmental power is not fully transfer to other two sectors

  • Naturalism In Kate Chopin's The Story Of An Hour

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    play, a few novels, and almost 100 short stories. She later died on August 22, 1904. Kate Chopin's “The Story of an Hour” demonstrates how naturalism affects people in a variety of ways. When reading this short story, it makes the reader consider feminism, women’s roles in society, as well as naturalism. Also how life may be brought to an end due to any cause such as a train crash. Kate wants

  • Story Of An Hour Critical Analysis

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    Shadaisha Summerall Dr. Lewis ENC 1102 12 Feb. 2018 Feminism and Independence in “The Story of an Hour” Mrs. Chopin was admired by women writers during her time . She was known for connecting her novels with the unpleasant truths about women hard-eyed observations and their deep personal thoughts. During her time, she struggled with critics bashing her work and neglect from people who believed that her stories of woman were unacceptable. “The Story of an Hour” is one of her amazing stories that

  • South Asian Literature Analysis

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    Chapter I Introduction would introduce the history of South Asian Women writings demarking their evolution as a distinct form of Literary Tradition. The chapter would also trace the shifts in their concerns from compliance to retaliation to acceptance of their womanhood. The chapter would introduce the key concept of the Quest for identity in the fiction of South Asian Women novelists. Appraising the fact that this literature is written by women belonging to a conventionally proudly patriarchal society