Essays about: "woman in society"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 117 essays containing the words woman in society.

  1. 1. Advocates for change. A qualitative study about Rwandan social work students reflections about gender roles and gender equality

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för socialt arbete

    Author : Emmy Lund; Lova Nylén; [2020-06-02]
    Keywords : gender; gender equality; reflections; attitudes; social work students; Rwanda; East Africa;

    Abstract : The aim of this study is to investigate Rwandan social work students reflections about gender roles and gender equality. This aim was achieved through qualitative, semi-structured, phone interviews with six Rwandan social work students. The interviews were later transcribed, and the data was analysed through a thematic analysis method. READ MORE

  2. 2. President of Crimea. Constitution : Author(s) Autonomous Republic of Xena-Maria

    University essay from Konstfack/Institutionen för Konst (K)

    Author : Mariia Kulykivska; [2020]
    Keywords : Maria Kulikovska; art in exile; exile; displacement; body; borders; art and borders; migration; sculpture; performative sculpture; performance; action; live performance; objects; art of Eastern Europe; architecture; feminism; crimean artist; ukrainian artist; swedish immigrant artist; political art; installation; manifestation; Louise Bourgeois; Joseph Beuys; degenerative artists; forbidden artists; female artist; Mariia Kulikovskaya; queer art; alien art; productive alienation; Masha Kulikovska; Masha Kulikovskaya; Мария Куликовская; Маша Куликовская; Марія Куликівська; Марія Куліковська; художник в изгнании; искусство в изгнании; искусство в иммиграции; восточно европейское искусство; запрещенное искусство; запрещенные художники; дегенеративное искусство; крымская художница; украинская художница; художница-переселенка; шведские художники-иммигранты; тело; границы; феминизм в искусстве; квир художник;

    Abstract : In this essay, two voices are heared, from two women: a certain artist Xena, who talks about her life and its dramas, interwoven with her own experiences from her diaries; and the voice of Maria, who analyzes Xena's life story and her art, diffracted through the prim of the history of 21stC art.  Art the outset, "President of Crimea. READ MORE

  3. 3. A Free Woman in an Unfree Society : An Analysis of How Angela Carter Challenges Myths of Sexuality and Power in “The Bloody Chamber” & “The Company of Wolves”

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för språk (SPR)

    Author : Brittany Sauvé-Bonin; [2020]
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    Abstract : With the use of gender criticism, this essay analyses the myths about women and how they and men use their sexuality to gain power in Angela Carter’s “The Company of Wolves” and “The Bloody Chamber”. Accordingly, this essay incorporates the theoretical frameworks of Simone de Beauvoir’s “Must We Burn Sade” and The Second Sex as well as Angela Carter’s The Sadeian Woman. READ MORE

  4. 4. A Naive Victim or a Willing ISIS-devotee? - Deserving or losing your human rights : A critical discourse analysis of two British newspaper's framing of Shamima Begum and her human rights

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/JMK

    Author : Frida Garvill; [2020]
    Keywords : Framing; Shamima Begum; UK; Foreign Fighters; Islam; Human rights;

    Abstract : Between 2011 and 2019 around 900 British citizens left the United Kingdom to travel to Syria and join militant groups such as the Islamic State (ISIS) (EPRS, 2018, p.33). READ MORE

  5. 5. Seen but Not Heard? Representation of Muslim Women and Girls in American Newspapers.

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Sara Al Husaini; [2020]
    Keywords : Muslim women; Fairclough; Muslim woman; Muslim girls; Muslim girl; Critical Discourse Analysis; Stuart Hall; Representation; Luhmann;

    Abstract : 3 Abstract There are approximately 0,8 billion Muslim women and girls globally, yet the discourse surrounding Muslim women and girls remains virtually untapped with very little investigation being conducted into the lexical choices made by newspapers. The intent of this paper is to explore the discourse involving Muslim women and girls in American newspapers after the executive order 13769 was declared by President Donald Trump. READ MORE