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Sandi Leaman Phil 218: Feminism: Theory and Practice Dr. Meagher December 7, 2007 HQ 8: Self Evaluation Feminism Theory and Practice helped me better understand what feminism is and its practice. The beginning of the semester, I would have never thought I could become so excited about going to Feminism class. I enrolled in the class, interested in what the course guide’s description had to offer, thinking I was going to endure either a radical group of people with a huge biases or just another text book facts class. It proved to exceed my expectations far beyond that. Not only was I intrigued somewhat by the arduous readings, but our class discussions always had my mind jogging. It was than that I knew I was beginning to understand the concepts of the class. Class discussions, which varied from opinions on vaginal rejuvenation to women in sports to women in Africa, started to make me philosophize about feminism in our present day. I began thinking of the television shows that I watch that exemplify our discussions, my daily activities, and even my own agency. The readings helped me improve my critical thinking skills tremendously.
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2008 for the course PHIL phil 333 taught by Professor Dr.meagher during the Spring '07 term at Scranton.

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