Womens Suffrage Movement In Great Britain Research Paper by The Research Group

Womens Suffrage Movement In Great Britain
Examines the multiple meanings of the movement.
# 24746 | 5,850 words | 46 sources | 2002 | US


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Examines the multiple meanings of the movement. Contends that it was more than a quest for voting rights; it was an international model for a pursuit of social justice. Discusses the investigative method of hermeneutics, and its application to the meanings of the British suffrage movement. Consideration of all aspects of society.

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"Introduction

This study examined the pursuit of women’s suffrage in Great Britain. The thesis of his study was that the thrust of the women’s suffrage movement in Great Britain was much more than a quest for voting rights: It was an international model for a pursuit of social justice.
The pursuit of social justice by women in Great Britain involved all aspects of society - labor, family life, political participation, education, property rights, and full social equality. The quest for women’s suffrage, thus, was a part of the wider pursuit for social justice; it was a step in the march of progress for women. Within this broader context, the women’s suffrage movement in Great Britain was an early manifestation of the feminist movement (Garner, 1984)."

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