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    No Other Woman

    No other woman From my perspective, this movie itself is a culture based because culture appeared from a long time ago. We keep on talking with our emotions and expressing our ideas to one another. This is similar to one of our culture in our own country. No matter transmission or ritual, they are both related. We communicate through culture and the world is changing so fast. We have to catch up the stage so that we won’t left behind. It’s true that we filipinos are naturally

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    The Other Woman

    THE OTHER WOMAN I. Author of the Text Norma O. Miraflor graduated with a degree of AB Philosophy from the University of Santo Tomas. She received various awards from the Philippine Free Press and Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards in Literature. She and her sister are poets and fictionists. Due to their eloquence in English, they both wrote various English poems, fictional stories and novels. She and her sister were like the famous Brönte sisters who were renowned British novelists

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    Family and Woman

    For thousands of years, woman have been doing all the housework and it seems that this case will last for a long time. In conclusion, it is an undeniable fact that women are important part of the family life. They take care about all the things in family: from the economy of the family to the relationship in the family. They provide the survival of the family. Modern world encourage women to have different roles in the family. It is reasonable to expect that woman will have more varying roles

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    Sorrowful Woman

    Sorrowful Woman 1. FIRST RESPONSE. How did you respond to the excerpt from A SECRET SORROW and to “A Sorrowful Woman”? Do you like one more than the other? Is one of the women – Faye or Godwin’s unnamed wife – more likable than the other? Why do you think you respond the way you do to the characters and the stories – is your response intellectual, emotional, a result of authorial intent, a mix of these, or something else entirely? Both writings were very well written and very enjoyable to read

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    Oppressed Woman

    One question in my head. What reactions if all ladies and woman in this world were ordered that they have to marriage? Maybe all of the woman would scream out loud. However it would be wishes for every woman in this world to be married. They wish that they have a handsome-wealthy-and lovely husband who always loves them no matter what. However, they have never imagined that marriage-life sometimes feels hard for some woman in this world. Woman who has a bad experience in their marriage sometimes feels

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    Empowering Woman

    there are societies and cultures that limit career opportunities for women to what they believe are socially acceptable occupations. Empowering woman would allow them the ability to choose their own career paths, and this empowerment has far reaching effects on the economic. Some regions of the world often reinforce the traditional roles for woman and deny woman equal participant in society. The Fourth World Committee believes empowering women’s participation in decision making improves family’s welfare

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    Homeless Woman

    Homeless Woman in Chicago Carmen Diaz Com/112 January 29, 2013 Karen Hamilton Homeless Woman in Chicago We all know that there is homelessness all over the world but in this research we are only going to look at a small corner of the world and that little small corner is the City of Chicago. This research has shown that statistically there are about Twenty-five thousand homeless women in the city of Chicago. This only accounts for single woman without children. However, we cannot really

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    A Woman with No Faith

    A Woman of No Faith Lady Macbeth is one of Shakespeare's greatest and most interesting female characters. She is evil, and witch-like all at the same time. However, during the play we see her in two different ways. At the time when we first meet her, she is a brutally violent, power wanting witch, and later on she turns to a shameful suicidal grieving woman. At the beginning of the play, Lady Macbeth is very brutal and cruel. She thinks nothing of killing King Duncan. She has

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    A Respectable Woman

    assured her that he possessed. On the contrary, he sat rather mute and receptive before her chatty eagerness to make him feel at home and in face of Gaston's frank and wordy hospitality. His manner was as courteous toward her as the most exacting woman could require; but he made no direct appeal to her approval or even esteem. Once settled at the plantation he seemed to like to sit upon the wide portico in the shade of one of the big Corinthian pillars, smoking his cigar lazily and listening attentively

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    Woman in Psychology

    Woman In Psychology Sarah Buonarigo PSY/310 April 4, 2013 Ms. Gina Craft Woman In Psychology: Mary Whiton Calkins Mary Whiton Calkins was the first female President of the American Psychological Association and in the American Philosophical Association Mary came from a family who highly valued education. It was no wonder that Mary Whiton Calkins was a pioneer in the field of psychology (Gale, 2001). She was known to invent many research techniques and made important advancements

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    Woman Is Overrated

    and widows couldn’t remarry. They were inferior to men and source of temptation and evil. According to Greek mythology it was a woman called Pandora who opened the box that Zeus gave to her and brought plague and unhappiness to mankind. There are many other famous sayings that discredit women. Among these are; • Woman, you are the devil’s gateway.” Tertullian • Woman is the gate of the devil, the path of wickedness, the sting of the serpent, in a word a perilous object. St. Jerome • In fact, even

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    Safety of Woman

    around us, it is time that the country joins hands together to realize that – ‘Women are NOT SAFE in any means in India’. There have many cases that have been reported and many unreported for the torture a woman undergoes, yet there has been nothing done to change the law or the system to the way a woman is being looked at. Women have been advancing, progressing and have proved that they can beat men in any sector they are in. Be it sports, arts, science, politics, service or for that matter any where

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    No Name Woman

    both cultures. In her story "No Name Woman" the author describes some of the gender roles and expectations both woman and men had to abide. Kingston uses a unique story told by her mother as an example. As she begins her article the author dives right into the story. Kingston retells only the information she is passed down secretly by her mother. Although the author is a Chinese-American she does not know the culture or what comes with it. To learn about the woman her aunt was, Kingston had to make

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    Woman Entrepreunership

    self worth provided in working at higher co-operate levels. However in every business trade, a price is involved. The business context expects women to absorb masculine characteristics such as vision –oriented, being independent and adamant. If a woman does not adopt the masculine norm in their work behavior, she is automatically framed as an underperformer. In Australia women employees face cultural & structural bias while climbing the co-operate ladder (Piterman 2008). In spite of bureaucratic

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    Woman Worth

    need to understand this (1 Peter 3:7).              Women must come to define womanhood based not on the culture or even what well-meaning Christians might assert but on the Word of God. The Bible says that a woman does well if she bears children (Psalm 128), and it doesn’t condemn a woman as inferior if she remains unmarried, does not have children, or cannot have children (Matthew 19:12). The Bible says that women should be workers at home (Titus 2:5), but it also allows for them to do profitable

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    A Womans Place

    Dear Editor, It is 1861 England, and I have just purchased “Mrs. Beeton’s Book of Household Management”. I have to say, I find this manual very helpful, as it lays out how a productive woman runs her home. Though I have to wonder how many women find the time to accomplish all the goals set forth in the book. Over the last 10 years however, since the Great Exhibition, meal preparation has gone by much faster with my new coal burning stove and other kitchen gadgets my husband purchased for me

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    A Woman of Standards

    A Woman of Standards Traditionally considered a subservient sex, the female role has only recently been allowed to surface under the scrutiny of the public eye. In the decades before it, women are undermined and repressed by the men that govern their very essence of being. Men, according to Jean-Jacque Rousseau in his piece Émile, do not require the presence of a woman in his life to retain his position of power, yet by the “laws of nature” women without a man has no control over her own social

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    The Evolving Woman

    the woman is suspended during marriage." This is according to a 1765 law established by Sir William Blackstone an English barrister, and American law followed this principle thereby the wife "belonged" to the husband. These were the times that women lived through and the conditions they lived with during the early part of the nineteenth century. As I move forward making mention of a woman named Mary Wollstonecraft who has been called a forward-thinking feminist. She was a woman that

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    Woman in the Catcher

    influences on Holden and his actions actually make no appearance in the book. His mother and his ex-girlfriend Jane Gallagher reoccur in Holden’s thoughts and can be seen to contribute to his present state of mind. Jane Gallagher is an important woman in Holden’s life. Much of “The Catcher in the Rye” is written using flash backs. Holden remembers back to episodes when he perceived he was happy. Jane Gallagher is a big part of these memories, as she existed in his life before his brother died

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    The Woman in White

    The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, published in 1860, is a Victorian sensationalistst fiction novel. Collins might be considered the father of the modern mystery thriller and detective novel genres. Collins, like his friend Charles Dickens, uses the novel to expose social injustices of his time, in particular, the lack of legal rights afforded married women. Collins presents this story as if holding a trial in which characters present their perspective on the events through narrative, diary excerpts

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    Woman in Ministry

    to grow as one solid unit in the name of Jesus. This formula certainly has roots in pre-Pauline Baptismal says. However, it is also quite possible the Paul is citing a teaching of Jesus Christ himself. In chapter twelve of Mark, Jesus speaks of a woman who was a wife to seven brothers. He says that in the resurrection she will be wife to none of these men. Instead, for when they rise from the dead they are like angels in heaven. Mark 12:25 Jesus could be making that point that once he has died and

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    Woman in Business

    for her. Anita knew she was in business. Then Anita opened a small shop. And some years later she sell half the company’s shares to a local businessmen. Later they grew up to a worldwide company, and it made her one of the most successful business woman.

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    Woman Leadership

    leaders to be more on the participatory styles than their male counterpart as research indicates. Leadership of this style is inspiring to subordinates in an organization, and produces a higher success rate. Leadership is the measure of a man or woman more than the sum of one’s words or deeds. It is the impact of which, we are as we speak and act that leaves the greatest imprint on others. Take a moment to consider what impacts your life in relation to others, especially in those times when you

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    Wonder Woman

    Wonder Woman Today’s Feminist Icon Mariano Pinho World Mythology HUM/105 September 20, 2010 Megge Fitz Randolph Wonder Woman: Today’s Feminist Icon Wonder Woman was more than a lasso slinging, bullet dodging super hero; she is an American feminist’s icon. Wonder Woman was introduced to Americans during World War II, by William Moulton Marston, a Harvard trained psychologist and lawyer. She represented nationhood at a time when our nation was at war. She was the daughter of Queen

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    Sorrowful Woman

    Sorrowful Woman 1. FIRST RESPONSE. How did you respond to the excerpt from A SECRET SORROW and to “A Sorrowful Woman”? Do you like one more than the other? Is one of the women – Faye or Godwin’s unnamed wife – more likable than the other? Why do you think you respond the way you do to the characters and the stories – is your response intellectual, emotional, a result of authorial intent, a mix of these, or something else entirely? Both writings were very well written and very enjoyable to read

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    Hear Her Roar: the Feminist Strengths in Phenomenal Woman and Still I Rise

    Hear Her Roar: The Feminist Strengths in Phenomenal Woman and Still I Rise Trista James English Composition 1102 Professor Cameron Indian River State College April 10, 2013 Maya Angelou Maya Angelou Abstract Growing up during times of common race and gender discrimination, Maya Angelou has proven to people she is a strong African American woman who would not allow inequality of any kind bring her down. This paper

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    Womans Suffarge

    twists and turns but it eventually turned out alright. This paper will take a explain some of these twists and turns along with some of the major figures involved in the suffrage movement. The first recorded instance in American history where a woman demanded the right to vote was in 1647. Margaret Brent, a property owner in Maryland wanted two votes in the newly formed colonial assembly to represent her vote and the vote of Lord Baltimore who she held power-of-attorney. The governor eventually

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    A Woman Scorned

    A Woman Scorned Thesis Statement: Euripides wants the reader to simply respect and understand Medea’s murders for the violent excesses of nature. I. Abandonment A. Divorce B. New Marriage II. Emotions C. Suffering D. Vengeance E. Rage III. Naïve F. Children G. The Princess of Corinth IV. Death H. Murder I. Suicide A Woman Scorned In Euripides’ play “Medea” there is similarities that women are going through

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    Woman to Woman Marriage Among the Kalenjins

    father of the groom?) “How many are tuugap mwaai?” (How many cattle are from the sisters of the groom? When final agreement was reached, it was like saying, “get ready for the wedding.” At the time of girl’s marriage there could be a request from the woman who had fed her during the seclusion period of her initiation rites. Suet-aap tuuga was the event when the animals for the dowry were brought to the salt troughs to be viewed by the bride’s family. The prospective groom was to point out the cows

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    Wonder Woman

    15 October 2014 Wonder Woman Children always looking for a positive role model to have, and many end up choosing superheroes they see in their favorite comic books or ones they have seen in the media. Since children are so easily affected by things they see in their childhood, having discriminatory elements in these influential characters may be problematic. “The Wonder Woman Precedent: Female (Super) Heroism on Trial” written by Julie D. O’Reilly, was published in the Journal of American Culture

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    The Woman of Worth

    prudence, to the fear of God as their root. The worthy woman is a rare person among humanity because she aids the man in every aspect of the home. Not many women have the desire, grit, health, physical strength, and stamina to do what this woman does. To examine the worthy woman of God in the scriptures is to embark upon a journey that leaves a man at awe in relationship to this person's faith, work ethic, love, devotion, and trustworthiness. The woman who meets the identity of "worthy" has the trust of

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    The Woman Rebel

    "The Woman Rebel" and The Fight for Birth Control During fourteen years experience as a trained nurse, I found that a great percentage of women's diseases were due to ignorance of the means to prevent conception. I found that quackery was thriving on this ignorance, and that thousands of abortions were being performed each year-- principally upon the women of the working class. Since the laws deter reliable and expert surgeons from performing abortions, working women have always been thrown into

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    The Woman in Black

    Explore how the writer creates sympathy for the woman in black in the novel of the same name. The first way the writer creates sympathy for the Woman in Black (TWIB) is by not giving her an actual name. The fact that she is known as ‘Woman’ could suggest that she is representing all women in the Victorian days that were going through similar situations as she was when she was alive. This could link to how the females were known as the weaker sex compared to men because they had less power. It was

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    The Woman in Black

    Faculty: Pedagogy Name, surname: Aytan Mammadova Group: 203 A Teacher : Ulviyya Ahmedova 2015 “The woman in black” By Susan Hill “The Woman in Black” was first published in 1983 and has gone on to have a remarkable life over the following decades, in various paperback incarnations. It consists of twelve chapters. When the book opens, Arthur Kipps is sharing some fascinating thoughts about how he's always been affected by the weather. He describes

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    Woman Equilty

    without the voice to be heard. The women had job positions that were assigned to such as cooking food, washing clothes, and cleaning their homes. In this era education was not a function of importance to a household. Society dictated the role of a woman as the perception was embedded. Women cannot even dream of questioning the role they played in society until the middle of the 1800s. Is it that man fears women and their abilities? “The injustice from an economic viewpoint is gender discrimination

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    Phenomenal Woman

    Melonie Mclean September 1st, 2011 6th Period Phenomenal woman is a person who normally manages to do more than the rest of us, and who makes the world a better place because of her actions. A phenomenal woman may be one who has dedicated herself almost solely to helping others. She may be in a situation where others are permanently in her care, or have to rely on her, but she carries her duties with grace. She may be going through hardship or illness or war, but she uses her courage and strength

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    Woman Safety

    ARE WOMAN REALLY SAFE IN INDIA? The condition of women in India has always been a matter of grave concern. Since the past several centuries, the women of India were never given equal status and opportunities as compared to that of their male counterparts. The patriarchal nature of Indian society, which even though gives respect to women as they are our mothers and sisters, has greatly hampered both the independence as well as the safety of women. One of the main reasons of violence against women

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    Little Woman

    its full of the values and beliefs, and it paints a very real picture of most American’s lives at the time. The reason for this book appealing to such a broad audience lies in all the characters’ personalities. Mrs. March is a strong, independent woman who never falters, therefore she relates to all independent women; but she is also a mother who plants strong values in her girls and is the rock foundation of the family, with that she relates to all mothers. Margaret’s desire for luxury is a desire

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    Fallen Woman

    Discuss the 'Fallen Woman' as a Familiar Feature of Victorian Writing Victorian social conventions placed the female inside the male domain, a domestically cultivated flower rather than a wild one, uncontrollable and free to roam. Woman was idealised: the angel in the house, the wife complementing her husband, the helpmate of man. Social conditions offered the Victorian woman little in occupation so her aim in life was to secure a husband, succumbing to the political propaganda. As Foster

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    Phenomenal Woman Analysis

    English 322.001 December 4, 2014 “Phenomenal Woman” Poem Analysis “Phenomenal Woman” by Maya Angelou celebrates the feminine qualities of womanhood, and highlights the different traits for a woman to become ‘phenomenal.’ Maya shows the reader despite what society tells her she still feels great about herself. She believes that it is your inner beauty that makes the woman “phenomenal” instead of your outer beauty. Throughout the poem Maya illustrates how no one seems to understand what it

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    Woman of Willendorf

    Art Hisrory 181-01 February 3, 2014 “Woman from Willendorf” is a tiny statue that is quite important icon from the prehistory. It came from the time period 28,000-25,000 BCE. Another name for it is “Nude Women of Willendolf”. Lime stone is a soft stone in which the Women was made of. One of the first few thoughts about this statue was made thinking of it as a goddess, meaning fertility or abundance. Besides the fact of being female, the statue has a large stomach and breasts, its pubic area

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    The Woman in Black

    THE WOMAN IN BLACK THEMES Little Words, Big Ideas Betrayal Sure, we'll buy that Jennet was betrayed. Her sister forcibly took away her only child and then allowed—at least from Jennet's perspective—him to die in a horrible accident. Way to take care of... Isolation Since The Woman in Black is more or less set in the middle of nowhere among bogs and fogs, it makes sense that a lot of the book is basically a how-to guide on being scared and alone. In the book,... Revenge To Jennet, revenge

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    Sorrowful Woman

    Analysis Essay on “A Sorrowful Woman” Gail Godwin signifies that not all women want to be a full time wife and mother in her short story, “A Sorrowful Woman.” This idea of feminism helps the audience understand the poignant character and her actions. Gail Godwin incorporates this epigraph, “There once was a wife and mother one too many times.”(1st Sent.) This quote at the beginning of her short story implies that the woman should not have been a wife or mother. Her unhappiness in (Para. 1) is based

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    That Woman Cried

    Title: That Woman Cried Written by KyuSe7en501 Note: Forgive me if I ain’t good in writing. T_T Twenty- fourth of January a woman appeared before my eyes. She was crying, really, really hard. I didn’t know what to do, I was at a total loss of words. Since then, I started wondering why women cry; are they just fond of crying, or, do they cry for something men don’t understand? As a man myself I want to know the answer. Not that I love to interfere with their sorrows but I just want to have

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    Black Woman

    there were big issues about women's rights. Women didn't have access to a lot of things as men did during that time – some examples are working, voting, and even education. "The Declaration of Sentiments" is written by a white woman and "Ain't I a Woman" was written by a black woman so they may differ or they may not. American culture in the 19th century definitely had two distinct purposes for men and women. Men were meant to work and women were meant to stay home and take care of the house. In "The

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    Dangerous Woman

    Marmena Shenuda T. Manzing History 1 20 May 2016 The Most Dangerous Woman in America Emma Goldman was an American anarchist of Russian origin who is credited to have contributed immensely towards the development of anarchist political philosophy in America and Europe. Born in Russia, she emigrated to the U.S. as a teenager. She became involved in politics after the infamous Haymarket affair after which several prominent anarchists were sentenced to death.Emma Goldman was born into an Orthodox

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    Wonder Woman

    Golden Age Wonder Woman began in 1941 with the Amazon Princess Diana nursing American intelligence officer Steve Trevor back to health after he crashed on Themyscira Island. The Amazons decided that someone should go back to America with Steve to help with the battle in the outside world that was WWII. Wonder Woman won a contest which permitted her to leave Themyscira Island and head off to America with Steve Trevor. In America, Diana adopted the name "Diana Prince" and joined the army to help fight

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    Phenominal Woman

    I have read Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou. I enjoyed this poem. I think that it has a positive message, and people can relate to it. This poem is really pretty. The rhythm flows beautifully throughout the entire piece. I think this is a good poem for people who are not very familiar with poetry. The beat is easy to find, but it isn’t too simple. Many times, I have read poems in which I have difficulty finding the rhythm, or the rhythm isn’t consistent through the whole poem. I also like the way

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    Woman Entreprenuere

    identification of future areas of research. A holistic view of the capital market is needed in order to understand barriers and conditions for womenowned/led businesses. Results and effects The results of the project will increase awareness regarding woman entrepreneurs and finance and will identify potential areas for future research on finance and gender. The project will contribute to the debate on conditions for women-owned/led companies regarding access to the capital market. Planning and implementing

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    The Meaning of Independent Woman in Music

    THE MEANING OF 'INDEPENDENT WOMAN'' IN MUSIC MiA MOODY Introduction Rapper Roxanne Shanté's 1989 rendition of "Independent Woman," explored relationships and admonished women not to dote on partners who do not reciprocate or to buy into the fairytale dream that a man would always take care of them. The definition of an "Independent Woman" in the Urban Dictionary, a predominantly African American written and defined Web site, is "A woman who pays her own bills, buys her own things,

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