Interview Report: A Woman on Her Current Paid and Unpaid Work
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This paper is an interview with a Mrs. X, a phenomenal woman who discusses her life and the challenges of being a woman. The paper examines how Mrs. X is a clear example of a woman pioneer in the world of women's work. The paper looks at how during the interview, Mrs. X discusses growing up and the many challenges she faced. The paper contains an appendix which includes the questions that were asked during the interview.
From the Paper:"As the afternoon carries on, I ask Mrs. X what she thinks about women working and what she feels they are doing well and if any changes need to be made. She sits silently for awhile, her eyes filled with distant memories of her own life as a woman. She clears her throat and says, "You know, women have come such a long a way since I was a girl. Women are allowed to be single mothers now. If a woman has a child out of wedlock, her child isn't discriminated like I was when I was born. Women are a powerful force in this world and in all honesty, we are the essence of Mother Nature. We bide our time and strike when the men least expect it. Women today don't know what it is like to go through what my generation did and I am thankful for that. The only direction they can go is forward. I'll tell you this though, there are good women and there are bad women. We want equality yes, but many women who call themselves "feminists" really aren't. "
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