POLS3326 - POLS 3326 -1/14/08 gender-social sex-biological...

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POLS 3326 30/01/2008 13:27:00 -1/14/08 gender-social sex-biological stereotypes females-smaller o weaker o less inclined to do manual labor feminist engaged in womens rights equality and victim feminist sufferage movement womens right to vote equal rights- in workplace ROAM (reaching out across all movements) feminisim women equal to men, no gender is superior womens currect role is socially constructed (place in society) women are in their own social group women want to elimnate gender role differences can we ever elminate the biolgocial or structural differences
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160 th  anniversary of womens movement July 13, 1938 women got together Eliz Cady Stanton to start  womens movement Originally started as anti slavery movement Declaration of independence for women o Set out goals for womens movement 1 st  goal sufferage New Jersey 1775 1 st  state to award sufferage After civil war- dent in movement 15th amendment severed all ties w/ abolishen movement and womens  movement only right to men to vote
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course POLS 3326 taught by Professor A during the Spring '08 term at Texas Tech.

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