Womens sexuality and embodiment has changed over time

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time. Bose talks about the shift from women only schools to co-ed schools, and the impact on women’s perceived morality and virtue. She also discusses the impact of AIDS, and the influx of STD’s and abortion on women’s rights. Lastly, Bose talks about the governing of women’s reproductive health and family law across various nations. In conclusion, Bose suggests a deeper dissection of gender inequalities based on the afflicted areas regarding the category, and then the combining of the variety of studies to fully grasp the global impact of gender inequality. Annotation 2: Reference:Bose, C. (2015). Patterns of global gender inequalities and regional gender regimes. Gender & Society, 29(6), 767-79. Retrieved from: -library.ashford.edu/doi/pdf/10.1177/0891243215607849
W E E K 34Annotation:The purpose of this article by Bose, is to show how flat, one dimensional measures of gender inequality become inaccurate when utilized to measure the gap across the globe. Bose explains how current systems of measurement do not account for cultural and geographical differences, as well as the political, and economical restrictions on varying areas. Bose utilizes a number of other intellectual works, as well as employing a North-South model to determine whatshe classifies as “gender regimes”. Bose’s findings show that, like other works are beginning to prove, depending on a variety of factors, such as locality, and culture, gender inequality is showing more of a balance than imbalance. This and other articles like it leave to question, how much of an issue is gender inequality anymore?

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