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Australian wwii war Brides of American Servicemen: Myths, Stereotypes And RealitiesAustralian wwii war Brides of American Servicemen: Myths, Stereotypes And Realities
It is estimated (Bolton, 1991; Moore, 1981; Potts & Strauss, 1987; Potts & Potts, 1985) that between twelve and fifteen thousand young Australian women married American servicemen, leaving families
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Marriage TroublesMarriage Troubles
A version of this essay was published in Body and Soul: Justice Lovers Rethink Sexuality, ed. Marvin Ellison and Sylvia Thorston-Smith, Cleveland: Pilgrim Press, 2003
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Sexism and the women’s liberation movement. Or why straight women sometimes cry when they are called lesbiansSexism and the women’s liberation movement. Or why straight women sometimes cry when they are called lesbians
Paper from the Hobart Women’s Action Group. Presented to the Women’s Liberation Conference at Mount Beauty, Victoria, on the Australia Day weekend, 27-29 January 1973
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Role of Women/ Women’s Right MovementRole of Women/ Women’s Right Movement
This theme explores the role of women in American society and the gains women have made in securing their full rights as American citizens
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Syllabus for Cambodia: History, Art and Culture hum 125 30Syllabus for Cambodia: History, Art and Culture hum 125 30
This is a 6 credit learning community with The Art of the Comic: Focus on Cambodia constituting 3 credits and Cambodia: History, Art and Culture constituting 3 credits
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Iau selected Bibliography on Higher Education and Intercultural DialogueIau selected Bibliography on Higher Education and Intercultural Dialogue
Home in the world: bridging the gap between internationalization and multicultural education / Olson, Christa L.; Evans, Rhodri; Shoenberg, Robert F. / American Council on Education [ace]. Washington,DC, 2007
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American History Sophomore Research Paper Spring 2008 Topic Choices Colonial SocietyAmerican History Sophomore Research Paper Spring 2008 Topic Choices Colonial Society
Motivation for the English Colonies in North America: Imperialistic/Mercantilistic, Religious, Social or Humanitarian?
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Cady Stanton and the Paradox of Social ReformCady Stanton and the Paradox of Social Reform
Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s 1854 ‘Address to the Legislature of New York’ and the Paradox of Social Reform Rhetoric
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Equal Rights Amendment Steps of a Process How to pass an amendmentEqual Rights Amendment Steps of a Process How to pass an amendment
Woman's Rights Convention, she introduced the "Lucretia Mott Amendment," which read: "Men and women shall have equal rights throughout the United States and every place subject to its jurisdiction
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The Expanding Struggle of Equal RightsThe Expanding Struggle of Equal Rights
During the late 1960’s some African-American’s became more militant, felt non-violence wasn’t working fast enough
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Medea Term PaperMedea Term Paper
Longman 168. Euripides challenged the traditional roles of women held by society at that time by using Medea to show the underestimated strength of women and forced his audience to see women in a new light
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Necessity is the mother of inventionNecessity is the mother of invention
Semiarid climate. The land of Ancient Mesopotamia experienced many floods, but today the area is mostly desert
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The First FarmersThe First Farmers
A herdsman, carrying an implement that may be a fly wisk or goad, stands between two cows that are facing away from him. Above the central cow's back are two birds, standing back-to-back
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Nesco and the years aheadNesco and the years ahead
Miollis Group continued its work of probing the role, responsibilities, and principles of action of the Organisation, as well as of reform and novel initiatives. Their work is currently being published in a series called The Miollis
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