Women in the Nineteenth Century Analytical Essay by lwa04lrp

Women in the Nineteenth Century
An analysis of the changing role of women in the Nineteenth Century.
# 55880 | 2,080 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2005 | GB
Published on Feb 08, 2005 in History (British) , Women Studies (Feminism)

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This paper discusses the changing position of women in modern history, with an emphasis on the Nineteenth Century. It focuses on female enfranchisement and discusses the many events that led to the formation of the suffrage movement and the ensuing actions of the suffragists.

From the Paper:

"In the 112 years between 1868 and 1980, female campaigners gained some dramatic achievements which radically altered women's position in society. These changes included greater educational and employment opportunities, marital equality, an improved sexual morality, and crucially for supporters of women's suffrage, opportunities for women in politics. However, change was difficult because it meant revolutionizing the values of a women's role, and radically redefining the relationship between women and men. The idea of different spheres for the sexes was one which took many years, and a great deal of effort to change."

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