2nd wave & 3rd wave

2nd wave& 3rd - Women Politics Goals History-pre-revolution 19th Amendment 1920s-1960 o ERA Equality of rights under the law for women men

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1 Goals: History—pre-revolution  19 th  Amendment 1920s-1960 o ERA Favored by egalitarian feminists 1 st  introduced in 1923 o Women’s Bureau 1920; Department of Labor favored by social feminists as a means to protect women Duties: Formulate polticis (comments on billsin inc cong) First sort of WPA (women’s policy agency) in US WPA= any structure establisthed by government with its main purpose being the  betterment of women’s social status WPAs research stauts of womein in country and liasison with  legislators/agencies to make policuy in women's interests  mission/vision statement—www.dol.gov/wb/ Historical Importance  Created early in 1920 Catalyst for 1963 Equal Pay Act to do so, worked with Presidents Commission on the Status of Women  (PCSW) Latre, there are state commissions
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2 Impactes 2 nd  wave of feminism  Current Importance Shinae Chun  Highest ranking Korean-American appointee  Current Project Women in Apprenticeship and Non-traditional Occupations (WANTO),  2007 o Goal: place women in apprenticeship programs in the construction  industry o $to: Education of women to enter the construction industry transportation services for apprentices  o Social Feminists (protect women) v. Egalitarian feminsts (all equality) Social feminists—Women’s Bureau—protect women 4m dangers of workplace Democrats Egalitrairn feminists—ERA—women should be equal in all aspects of life Republican o “firsts” for women in politcs First woman elected to US Congress (House) Jeannette Rankin (Montana) 1917-19 (before 19 th  amendment!) 1941-43 (only legislator to vote against the declaration of war on Japan)  First women elected to US Senate Hattie Wyatt Caraway (Arkansas)
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3 1931: Hattie Caraway was appointed by the governor to fill her husbands  seat when he died 1932: won special election to fill remaining months of her lat husbands 
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course POSC POSC 509 taught by Professor Ortbals during the Spring '08 term at Pepperdine.

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2nd wave& 3rd - Women Politics Goals History-pre-revolution 19th Amendment 1920s-1960 o ERA Equality of rights under the law for women men

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