Who were the people who had the most to gain by these social movements and why

Who were the people who had the most to gain by these

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5. Who were the people who had the most to gain by these social movements and why? 6. Who were the people most threatened by these social movements and why? 7. How did the movie explain race, class, gender, sexuality in relation to creating “the norm” and “the other”? Give examples of each. Explain the connection with these conceptsand the material presented in class and in the book.8. Explain what was the 1980’s Backlash. Why is this a women’s issue? 9. How did the backlash relate to the politics of Ronald Reagan? How does the conservative politics of Reagan relate to women’s issues?
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10. How did the backlash relate to the social movements of the 1960’s and 1970’s? How does this backlash relate specifically to women’s issues? 11. What role does class play in terms of this backlash? Race? Sexuality? 12. Make at least three specific connections between the evidence presented in the movie and the concepts and themes presented in class and/or in your textbook. 13. How have male cartoon figures like Batman and action figures like GI Joe changed in the last 5 decades?
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  • Fall '08
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  • Feminism, White people, White women

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