WGS Exam 2
WGS Exam 2 160
Popular in Gender, Politics, and Citizenship
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Date Created: 09/22/15
031015 the right to vote and hold office to fully be a member of the political office accessibility you need to be a citizen to vote they wanted a life of liberty O suffrage was built out of the abolishment of slavery any person can be free they could be free in your mind but the laws will grant you liberation amendment abolished the system of slaverv then we have these rights extended we are kind of under a master you did nothing with the people did a lot to push people around the country move away from human power to machine power industrialization by the people realized giving citizenship all persons born in US were now citizens African American men don t have and should have and could handle the right to hold office gives African American men the right to vote citizen no matter what race or color excludes women 1415 Left out African American women legally she simply exchanged a white master for a colored one who controlled her earnings her children and her person amendment vast amount of people women have the right to vote but Native Americans living on reservations did not have this right 13th 14th 15th 19th are all interrelated through suffrage why 13th 14th 15th 19th amendments of Constitution tells history of moving from suffrage into a women39s suffrage movement after that the term Feminism comes to rise difference between feminism and suffrage domestic roles public amp private spheres churches domestic outside space the duties of women hold make sure your children have good morals first wave of feminism social movements spurred on by the political injustice O wanted the right to vote I want that right beyond that 0 get paid for work for something your good at O wanted total equality in law economics society right to choose their doctor right to life and right to your body right to use birth control equal to what men had some white women were not accepted into the notion of womanhood physical labor was not attached to womanhood it was connected to masculinity the sex assigned you at birth medical field assigns you as a social construct The sex that people are assigned does not always applyagree with everyone the outward showing of your medical showing or lack of that how you exhibit yourself it s a role or roles you assume also a social construction characteristics of females and males what makes it attached to feminity or masculinity Hetero heterosexuality by law is normal the normalization patriarchal male is dominant figure normalcy of having male in charge the normalization of straight heterosexual male idea that it normalizes heterosexuality with a male dominant figure especially in both private and public spheres demonstrates this in marriage it allows male dominance over the femalewife C 1978 if a man had sexual intercourse with a woman who was also his wife against her will she could take him to court for rape before this it was ok that men had full access to woman39s body Time frame gender early 180039s raping up around 192030 Pateman argues that by law men had more power over women in both spheres Schiebinger women scientist could not hold their own there had to be assistant someone overlooking them
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