chapter 24 - Each Red Title is a slide. Gender Roles Social...

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Each Red Title is a slide… Gender Roles Social Impacts after the Industrial Revolution Prevalence of the “separate sphere” dynamic o Husbands are the breadwinners; Wives are mothers and caretakers o Used as justification to discriminate women Women lacked basic rights: o Suffrage, property, equal wages, and fairness in employment General Western View on Gender: Female subordination Docile women? Think Again! Early Rise of Feminism in Europe
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(a) (b) There are 2 kinds during the 19 th century: (a) Those concerned with political action and suffrage (Bourgeosie) (b) Those influenced heavily by Marxist socialism (Proletariat) Basing their ideals from Mary Wollstonecraft and her Vindication of the Rights of Woman – 1792, MIDDLE CLASS women formed organizations to campaign for equal rights, higher education, and equal employment. Influenced by Karl Marx, WORKING class women advocated for the liberation of the entire working class through revolution. Early Rise of Feminism in Europe (cont.)
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