Chapter 7 Questions for Analysis
How does Zitkala-Sas encounters with the white society compare to those of Sarah Winnemucca in the 1840s
(see pp. 259-260)?
Both Sarah Winnemucca and Zitkala-Sa wrote their stories to show examples of what the Indian na
Questions for Analysis Ch 11
1. In what ways do these documents suggest that diverging concerns of white feminist
women and feminist women of color? What similarities do they indicate?
In Statement (1971) from the Third World Womens Alliance they wanted t
Questions for Analysis Ch 10
1. What do critics of working mothers suggest are the most serious drawbacks of their
participation in the labor market?
After World War II, there was an increase in crime rates among children. All
though the rate had gone up
Questions for Analysis Chapter 3
Tamra Van Wert
1. What do these selections of Wheatleys poems and letters reveal about the importance
and role of religion in her life?
2. What are the grounds for her criticism of slavery?
3. How might opponents of slaver
Questions for Analysis Ch 8
1. What role does womens economic independence play in feminist thought?
Economic independence is not in reference to only financial freedom for women
but included the freedom a woman could experience from the stereotype of the
Questions for Analysis Ch 9
1. To what extend do the letters to Carolyn Van Wyck and Deidre support the notion of the New
Woman in the 1920s and 1930s? To what extend do they contradict this notion?
In the letters to Carolyn Van Wyck they covered a variet
Questions for Analysis Chapter 4
Tamra Van Wert
1. Why does Sanger think it highly unlikely that women ever are responsible for their entry
into prostitution? Do you agree with him on this?
According to Sanger, a womans personal life, where there was no s
Questions for Analysis Chapter 2
1. What were the different womens experiences in colonial America?
The colonial American women were faced with a variety of challenges and there was
very little supporting documentation to reflect on the trials women faced
Questions for Analysis Ch. 1
When it came to capture, the Portuguese didnt differentiate between the men and women.
The Portuguese would come upon villages and capture those that couldnt get away. The
Portuguese were extremely interested in converting Mus
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