Effects of Marriage for Women
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The assignment uses four provided articles to answer a question about the effects of marriage on women. The readings discuss wages, gender differences, depression and the job market. There is an introductory page, four pages analyzing the four required sources and four pages of analysis. The paper shows how married women do not enjoy the same positive effects which marriage has on men, particularly from an economic or depression standpoint.
From the Paper:"While woman received voting equality with the adoption of the 19th Amendment in 1920, it wasn't until the 1960's that they truly begun to escape the confines of the home and a male dominated society to make advances toward economic and social equality in the United States. Women earned only 60% of what men did at that start of that decade, but while their earning percentage has improved to 91%, we are still far from gender parity (Blau, 1997, p.2). Symbolically women have made advances in other ways as well. Sandra Day O'Connor served on the U.S. Supreme Court. Nancy Pelosi is Speaker of the..."
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