Feminism

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  • Maya Angelou Analysis

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    She enjoyed a deep sense of comfort with her older brother, Bailey. Angelou spent her teenage years with her mother, Vivian Baxter, who championed feminism and union and civil rights for blacks. She encouraged Angelou to follow her heart’s desires, no matter what the rest of the world might say. With her own unusual pursuits and a mentality far ahead of her time, Vivian encouraged her to think differently

  • Disney Feature Film: The Evolving Disney Princess

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    The Evolving Disney Princess Mitra C. Emad claims that "comic books are historical documents that can yield much insight about the particular conditions of their production." This depiction of comic books also applies to movies. The representation of women in mainstream films on the major industry label Disney has revealed considerable shifts over the course of decades. In contract with the portrayal of Disney Princess before the 1990s, which generally is pictured as demure and subservient, the female

  • The Yellow Wallpaper Literary Analysis

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    Charlotte Perkins Gilman was born right before the Civil War ended and was able to experience women’s struggle from inequality before women received equal rights from men. Gilman’s most influential work is a short story called “The Yellow Wallpaper”. This short story is about a woman who suffered from mental illness after giving birth. While the husband tries to help the wife with a treatment, the woman managed to become better after being isolated for a while. The main character of the story is

  • Political Economy Of Media Analysis

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    IR 501- Methodology in Social Sciences H. Nur Özcan 114605022 INTRODUCTION The political economy of mass media has been one of the main topics of political communication studies. According to Mosco political economy can be identified as “the study of control and survival in social life”. He clarifies what he means by indicating “control” and “survival” by giving such definitions. Control refers to “a political process” that molds the social life, and survival here points to “process of production

  • Essay On Rape Culture

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    According to a study performed by the United Nations, 70 percent of men who have sexually assaulted somebody do so because they believe that they are sexually entitled. Forty percent of those men who admitted to sexually assaulting a woman stated that they were “angry” or wanted to “punish” the victim. In this study consisting of 10,000 men from varying countries, half of them do not feel guilty. 5,000 men do not feel guilty for sexually assaulting women. 5,000 men that each felt entitled to a woman’s

  • Alien Film Analysis

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    The 1979 film Alien, directed by Ridley Scott, was intended to be a sci-fi horror film focused on creating the most realistic and terrifying creature possible in attempts to truly give the audience a realistic, nonetheless hair-raising experience they would never be able to forget. Ridley Scott was approached to direct the film due to the the deep admiration the script owners had for his debut film The Duellists (“Alien (Film).” Wikipedia). Deeply devoted to the film, Scott found inspiration from

  • Maja Gimbutas The Goddess Movement Analysis

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    The Goddess Movement When in 1974 respected archaeologist Marija Gimbutas published The Goddess and Gods of Old Europe (Berkeley: University of California Press), little did she know the effect it would have on feminism, religion and society. Her book was about the spiritual practices of people living in southeastern Europe 6000 to 8000 years ago. Her book presented a theory of matriarchal and matrilineal societies that in many ways were ideal. Men and women lived in harmony, women ran the temples

  • Essay On Visual Culture

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    Visual Culture and the gender What is body? According to Wikipedia it is defined as ”the physical structure, including the bones, flesh, and organs, of a person or an animal”. How can a physical structure that has the bones, flesh and organs impact the society in such a manner that it changes the ideologies of gender? The visual culture community has been part of the concept of seeing body as subject and object, fetish and fantasy, inspiration and experience. The body compositions usually are

  • Design Role In Society

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    Human are living in a society that is constantly changing, developing and becoming more and more complex. Simultaneously, design appears in everything we touch, everywhere we go, we see it on our passport, on shopping bill, on television, on takeaway coffee cup; design becomes an important part of daily life as a manifestation of our society. It is “firmly grounded in a relationship to society rather than being presented as an area of study which feeds only on itself” (Whiteley N 2006). Concurrently

  • Alteration In Poetry Analysis

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    contemporary writers. Rupi Kaur is a modern English poet whose book ‘Milk and Honey’ has come to be a New York Times bestseller. In her book, she has discussed love and heartbreak along with several sensitive topics such as sexuality, abuse, alcoholism, and feminism. Her writing style is short and there are no punctuation marks present in her prose-like poetry. The theme of love remains but it has changed a lot from the past idea of ‘true love’ and ‘love that only wanted happiness of the beloved’. The love that