Women and War
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The paper discusses how it is often assumed that women have increased their participation in the workforce because of the economic security and independence it brings them. However, the paper reveals that the increasing numbers of women working first occured in response to a labour shortage as a result of the second world war. The paper shows how the effects of World War II are still evident in women's lives today.
From the Paper:"The debate as to whether women's increased participation in the work force has improved the life of women has been an ongoing one. This debate often lacks the historical context in which these changes and the introduction of feminism were formed. Feminism was a consequence of the political and economic changes that were occurring as a result of the effects of World War II on women. During World War II the lives of women changed drastically and women had to respond to these changes in order to survive, sometimes they happily went along with the new transitions and sometimes they had to protect and speak up for themselves when their needs were not..."
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