• Feminism on T.V
    Feminism on Television Alice Rutkowski writes that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a new breed of power girl Whereas, men have always been in that role. Rutkowski also states that Buffy is liberating, powerful and sexual. Rutkowski's argument is a valid one, I would rather watch a television show...
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  • Empowerment a Two-Way Street a Reaction to Rosalind Wiseman's Girl Cliques
    actuality is that most high school boys and girls are extremely aware of "types," and most fit bits and pieces of several. Yes, there are "popular girls" and "jocks," but the majority exist between these obvious stereotypes; nothing like what we see in the movie Mean Girls, in which all of the students are portrayed...
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  • Voices
    Kenzi Rentmeister Bethany Zohner English 2010 Jan 29, 2013 Three "Voices" Reading Analysis 1) Essay: Toddlers and Torture What's the issue?? The issue of this essay is that young girls are being forced into doing beauty pageants. They are at a age where they are not making this decision for...
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  • Violent Media Is Good for Kids
    one’s words” as tactics to combat difficult situations. Although those lessons are valid, Gerald Jones claims there is an alternative way. In his essay, “Violent Media is Good for Kids,” Jones argues that “creative violence- bonking cartoons, bloody videogames, toy guns-gives children a tool to master...
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  • A Comparison, "Women's Beauty" vs "Talk in the Intimate Relationship. Sontag & Tannen
    “Women’s beauty: Put down or power source”, an essay written by Susan Sontag, and “Talk in the Intimate Relationship: His and hers”, written by Deborah Tannen are close to each other in content they are both about the differences between men and women. However, one essay describes how women act in conversation...
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  • The Dolls House Essay by Katherine Mansfield
    No name Professor No name English 101 03 April 2012 True Power In the short story “The Doll’s House,” written by Katherine Mansfield, there are three little girls that receive a doll house from a family friend that is a “perfect, perfect little house” (Mansfield). The two main characters in...
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  • Thesis
    Longstocking is a heroine who challenges traditional gender roles. Unlike ‘good little girls’ like Annika, Pippi is physically strong, brave, and challenges authority.” Now I have something that doesn’t just state WHAT the essay will be about, but gives an argument about the topic. But it could be better....
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  • Education and Society
    readings this week all fell under the category of education and society. The first essay, Frederick Douglass’s “Learning to Read and Write”, illustrated his efforts to become literate while being a slave. The following essay, Richard Rodriguez’s “The Lonely, Good Company of Books”, told of his unlikely passion...
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  • Witchcraft Then and Wicca Now
    of an essay on the Puritans side of the Salem Witch Trails. This is getting to be a challanging essay to do. Natural instincts tells us to defend the women, girls and some men from the injustice of this time in history. This is just a rough draft so not all of my info is here for my final essay that is...
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  • A&P Essay
    but there are also essays and essays worth of content that can be discussed, the way the girls in the store display the town’s sexism or the rift between the upper and lower class in the town. I feel confident that I can pull a really good essay out of A&P no matter what the essay prompt is. While...
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  • The War
    Its amazing how certain people have a strong influence on another. The strongest influence is the family. We looked into different essays and the two that really impacted me and got me thinking was "Like Mexicans" by Gary Soto and "The Image of Arabs”. The author in "Like Mexicans" goes on sharing...
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  • Visual Analysis Essay
    Denial, authors Derrick Jenson and Stephanie McMillan create a clever comic essay to capture their youthful audience into imminent environmental issues. First published in 2007, their essay contains bantering between two young girls which engages the audience into a statistically dominated argument on how...
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  • Marlen Esparza
     In Nathaniel Rich’s essay, “Marlen Esparza: Going the distance”, stated thatMarlenEsparza has a real talent for boxing. Talent is a natural ability, reflect the intelligence, great acumen, easy to cultivate and bring into play in future. Marlen Esparza who was born in Houston is a young American...
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  • Letter
    the media is not as obvious to us since we think its normal but ilts not because the media has a big impact on violence. In Kilbourne's essay "Two ways a Woman can get hurt" it focuses on advertising and violence. The primary goal of advertising is to convince consumers to purchase certain...
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  • Women: Economic Catalysts
    something to control. In their Essay, “The Girl Effect,” Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn share their theory of a pattern they call ‘the girl effect” or “the double X solution.” They highlight numerous gender-based abuses; they emphasize that these are focused on girls and women in third world nations...
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  • Women Talk too much
    of the communication whether women talk more or men. Men talk more in public and in formal contexts, to develop their social status and show their power; however, women like to talk in private and in informal contexts with people they are close to where they develop their social connections, reinforce...
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  • Population
    one child but if that child can’t work the family can adopt another. Also many of the families are killing their new born if they are girls because in China when girls are born nothing is done but when a boy is born there is a huge celebration. The population of the U.S. is 280,562,489 people and by...
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  • Viable and Spirited Views of "Cinderella"
    that women have to be dependent on a man, and teach girls not to create a life of their own." Were these stories intended to send a message to society about idealism, gender discrimination, and competitiveness? According to Alexandra Robbins and her essay "The Fairy-Tale Façade: Cinderella's Anti grotesque...
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  • 4th Amendment
    a right to be equal to a man. In this essay, we will examine three essays about feminism in media which discuss the rights of women and the equality of gender. Each essay has different perspectives on the issue of women`s right being equal to men. In this essay, we will compare the differences among...
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  • Tangled
    Essay For many years women have watched or read a fairytale at some point in their childhood. Author Marcia Lieberman discusses the negative qualities about these fairytales in her essay “Some Day My Prince Will Come”. She shows how girls want to be like these princesses by wanting to be pretty and...
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