Mizzou WGST 3570 - Women’s Rights Movement (6 pages)

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Wgst 3570 - European Women in the 19th Century

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Women s Rights Movement 11 11 2014 Reforms around property marriage and education Power of liberal institute 1950 s marks the beginning of that institute Political Powers anchored in people Opens up constant debate of who gets to have a political voice Discussion challenged nature of male and female Female could not be full rights citizens Private space was linked to public space o Not just angels of house but of nations Men needed to regulate how women moved in public spaces 1960 s onwards ridicules women Inferiority from body to mind Not smart enough to go to college Women wanted state to acknowledge that they were full participants Suffrage movement moved around women s rights Issues all women shared regardless of class Women saw themselves as a class not economically but as a group with similar issues Feminism 11 11 2014 Coined by Auclert Definition qualities of females All people that were concerned of women s issues in all kinds of ways no matter the gender Feminism as an idealogoy was made possible by complimentary spheres Because they were women in relation to men with different qualities and that was the basic foundation to women s rights They needed a political voice in order to insure that equality would be in the nation 19th Century feminism was demonstrated in the two sex model Women could not do men s duties and their position was to strengthen the family 2nd strain of women s rights informers were individualists Women had individual rights just as men personal growth autonomy More radical of feminists but also least effective o Radical means to get at the route of something Demolish gender system Much smaller in number Experience of women to be a great member of society Have to change institution to change women s position Increase the power of women in society and limit the power of men Origin of movement 1850is 11 11 2014 Marriage and marriage contract Caroline Norton Born in 1808 Father died young leaving the family infinancial difficulties 1824



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