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Soc 3 Week 7

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Date Created: 05/16/16
TheWomen’sMovement& Feminism Week 8 February 24, 2016 FinalPaperExtension •  Original due date: Monday, February 29 •  NEW DUE DATE: Friday, March 4 •  Turn in to your TAs after Friday lecture 2 1.  Do you consider yourself a feminist, an anti- feminist, or neither? A.AFeminist B. Neither a feminist nor an anti-feminist C. An anti-feminist D. Not sure ClickerPollQuestion 3 2. Regardless of your own view, do you think that a majority of women consider themselves to be feminists? A. Yes B. No C. Not Sure ClickerPollQuestion 4 3. Regardless of your own view, do you think that a majority of men consider themselves to be feminists? A. Yes B. No C. Not Sure ClickerPollQuestion 5 4. When you hear the word ‘feminist’, do you think of this as a completely positive, mostly positive, mostly negative, or a completely negative term? A. Mostly positive B. Neutral C. Mostly negative D. Not sure ClickerPollQuestion 6 5. Do you believe that men and women should be social, political and economic equals? A. Yes B. No C. Not sure ClickerPollQuestion 7 8 9 10 11 12 Howandwhydid feminismdevelopsucha badreputation? 13 1848 1960 1990 1920 1940 1980 2010 1955-1975 1914- Vietnam War 2003-2011 1918 1939-1945 Iraq War WWI WWII 1950- 1947-1991 1953 Cold War Korean War 1848 - 1960 1960 - 1990 1990 - Present Third Wave First Wave Second Wave ThreeWavesofFeminism 14 1918: Margaret Sanger charged in NY for disseminating contraceptive information 1900 1920 1940 1960 1848 1920-1933 Prohibition 1902-1915: Anti-Suffragist Postcards 1942: “Rosie the 1784-1933 1920: Riveter” first Temperance Movements Nineteenth used to promote Amendment women’s effort Passes (Women’s in WWII Right to Vote) 1848: Seneca Falls Convention 1792: Mary Wollstonecraft publishes A Vindication of the Rights of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B.Anthony Women. 15 FirstWave:1848-1960 PostcardsasPropaganda: 16 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 PostcardsasPropaganda: 17 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 PostcardsasPropaganda: 18 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 PostcardsasPropaganda: 19 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 PostcardsasPropaganda: 20 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 PostcardsasPropaganda: 21 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 PostcardsasPropaganda: 22 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 PostcardsasPropaganda: 23 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 PostcardsasPropaganda: 24 Women’sSuffrageMovement,1902-1915 1848 1960 1990 1920 1940 1980 2010 1955-1975 1914- Vietnam War 2003-2011 1918 1939-1945 Iraq War WWI WWII 1950- 1947-1991 1953 Cold War Korean War 1848 - 1960 1960 - 1990 1990 - Present Third Wave First Wave Second Wave ThreeWavesofFeminism 25 1961-63 1963-1969 1969-1974 1974-1977 1977-1981 1981-89 JFK Lyndon B. Johnson Richard Nixon Gerald Ford Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan 1960 Presidency Presidency Presidency Presidency Presidency Presidency 1970 1973: Roe v. Wade 1980 1990 1955-1975 publish This Bridge Called My Vietnam War Back 1972-1979 1968: Committee on Equal RightsAmendment the Status of Women 1968: Miss call to repeal America Protest abortion laws inAtlantic City University of Wisconsin students stage a protest against campus job recruiting and against the war in Vietnam, Oct. 17, 1967. (AP/Neal Ulevich) 1972: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to Title IX discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. SecondWave:1960-1990 26 1848 1960 1990 1920 1940 1980 2010 1955-1975 1914- Vietnam War 2003-2011 1918 1939-1945 Iraq War WWI WWII 1950- 1947-1991 1953 Cold War Korean War 1848 - 1960 1960 - 1990 1990 - Present First Wave Second Wave Third Wave ThreeWavesofFeminism 27 2015:Anti-abortion group, Center for Medical Progress, releases Planned Parenthood 1990 attack video 2010 2000 Post-colonial, post-modern thinking and scholarship Riot Grrrl: Underground feminist hardcore punk scene 2014: SONY leak, men in American Hustle 2008: Hillary Clinton as viacandidate?ential 1993: FAMILYAND MATERNITY LEAVE ACT (FMLA) ThirdWave:1990-Present 28 29 •  Reference Point: White men $1.00 •  White women 78 cents •  Latina women 54 cents •  Same-sex couples make 20% less than straight couples •  Transgendered people 4 times more likely to be in poverty than gen. pop. WageGapCensusData 30 TheGayRightsMovement Week 8 February 26, 2016 GayCommunitiesin HistoricalPerspective 7 *Sensitiveissueswillbediscussed 1  Gay life in NYC more integrated in early 1900s than after WWII. 2  One aspect of gay life, bars, declined in importance after the end of prohibition due, in part, to Mayor La Guardia and the establishment of State LiquorAuthority. MainArguments,Book 8 •  Elected as 99 Mayor of NewY ork. •  Served 3 terms from 1934-1945. •  Institutes his reform coalition. th •  1933: 18 Amendment FDR. 21 Amendment gave under states power to regulate alcohol. •  1934: NewY ork State LiquorAuthority (SLA) established. MayorFiorelloLaGuardia 9 1920s: Harlem Center of gay community 1900: Bowery Center 1910: Greenwich Village of gay community Center of gay community 10 PaulCadmus.“TheFleet’sIn”(1934).NavyArt 11 Collection,Washington,D.C. PaulCadmus.“SailorsandFloozies”(1938). 12 WhitneyMuseumofArt,New YorkCity. •  Sexual practices not organized along hetero-homosexual axis. •  “Fairies” and “fags” distinguished from the men who solicited them and not stigmatized in the same way . 13 MainArguments,Ch.2 •  “Homosexuality” as pathology –AP Aincludes it in DSM. •  Documents events within AP Aand outside of it (gay rights activists) that led to the modification of and later exclusion of homosexuality as a mental illness in 1973. 14 ThisAmericanLife,“81Words” 15 Documentaries(UCILibrary) 16 1970: Percentage ofAPA psychiatrists who believed 1948: Kinsey’s homosexuality was 1900s: Gays 1920: Gay research, Sexual pathology over 90% integrated in center moves Behavior in the 1996: Defense NYC life. Human Male, of MarriageAct to Harlem. published. (DOMA) Gay center in 20s: Harlem 1933: End of 1973:American enacted. the Bowery. Renaissance. Prohibition (Chauncey) Psychiatric Association declared 1962: Irving Bieber homosexuality not a study of homosexual disease in DSM reference manual. men - pathology published. 1910 1950 1970 1990 2010 1930 Kinsey’s Research Activism w/inAPA” WWII 1934-1945: Mayor 1969: LaGuardia Stonewall Inn 19 century: in office 2011: Marriage Homosexuality Riots in NYC 1972: John Fryer as EqualityAct seen as a form of “Dr.Anonymous” insanity. (TAL) testifies atAPA passed in New York City. 1934: Cadmus 1971:APA 1987:APA paints “Fleet’s In” 1957: Evelyn Hooker’s Conference in removes “ego- study, “TheAdjustment San Francisco. dystonic of the Male Overt homosexuality” Homosexual” published Gay protesters break up the from the DSM. meeting. 17 Timeline •  Mond: Guest Lecture •  Final paper due Friday, March 4 (after lecture) PlanAhead 18


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