The Feminist Movements For many hundreds of years, women had fought to gain social justice while seeking for a fair role in the society. Since the history had recorded, women had always been depicted as inferior race or even property; especially when comparing with the strong male, female was never consider as equal human being but a symbol of minority. With no voice and position, women were simply been excluded from the society and communication. They faced discrimination in work place, oppression under traditional image and even degradation in home. In general, women were destined to take care of all the domestic works while the men were responsible to work outside and support the whole family.
The poster depicted the revolution as a positive development for the workers. It conveyed the message that the Russian revolution led to an improved version of Russia, The USSR. The poster wanted to elicit positive feelings about communism. It showed that overthrowing the Tsars and the development of the USSR was the betterment of the population, thus promising better lives and future. The poster primarily uses plain folks propaganda technique since its showing the together the workers can help create a better Russia.
Since women could work by themselves, they seldom went back home. Women were much more than just staying home with their kids and doing house work. They become independent both financially and literally (Women’s Role in the 1920s). By the 1920's and 1930's, greater access to education and continued economic prosperity allowed many middle-class women to take roles as teachers, secretaries and temporary office workers (Women's Lifestyles in the 1920s & '30s). In a word, all the works that women did built up their new standard and changed others’ point of
In addition, due to their duties to their households and families, it did not give them the time and the chance to pursue their education further. However, due the American and European influence, it changed the thought of what should women do that the society drawn, as they became more aware of the right to have a better education, which helped to create the suffragette movements. According to Murray, the feminism movement in the early 20th century sought to ensure women’s access to higher education and professional employment (p.119). The movement called for changes and improvements in female education, where they would have better schooling higher than secondary education. For instance, in Chile, Mexico and Argentina, new national systems of normal schools and institution had begun to admit young women (Murray, p.120).
During the periods of 1890-1925 the Progressive Era diversified the role and responsibility of women by developing a workforce for women and promoting their political involvement.The role of women changed during the 1890s - 1920s,women became more important and were taken seriously.Although before the affection of economic and political developments of American women in the 1890s-1920s,they had no rights in the government,and were mainly know as a housewife.The consequence of the political developments advanced women to pursue their career and gain a better education. In “The Status of Women,Past,Present, and Future”(Doc. 1 ) , Susan B. Anthony who was a female political leader, intended that women should be given more industrial
Another activist, Hiratsuka Raicho, was one of the leaders of the movement that aimed at re establishment of the women’s participation in politics and challenged the accepted gender norms by questioning the male privilege scientifically through the use of eugenics (Otsubo, 225). First, in spite of the restriction she still found the way to situate the movement in the politics. Secondly, she attempted to participate in the very creation of the gender normatives by asserting the “unfitness” of
He served 2 years before Barista freed Fidel due to public demand. The second attampt of Fidel to overthrow the government was succesful, Fidels rise to power is much like Vladimer Lennin because they both used current issues, such as inequality and corruption, of the Cuban government, and the Russian, to convince people to turn on their current government, and support reform. and Fidel Castro rose to power in 1959. This demonstrateds relational power because Fidel was just a nobody, but through his relationships, books, and eventualy speeches, he was able to convince people to help him become the ruler of
They claimed that exerting indirect influence was not only time-consuming but also ineffective in enacting social reforms. With the vote, suffragists argued, it would be easier for women to oppose corrupt government practices and win social reforms (Kauffman). Women began to argue that with the opinion of women throughout the country, the government would advance. Men and women have a difference in opinion so having both involved in the government they could avoid future corruption and bad decision making. Women have a lot of different qualities than men so adding those to the government system would help the
Castro was a charismatic leader who gave long speeches to give his followers about the hope for a better life. He was able to gain devotion, loyalty, and trust from many of his followers. Castro did not encourage creativity, innovation, or empowerment by his followers. He did not develop personal relationships with his followers to motivate them to be great leaders because he was a dictator. He had absolute power over the nation of Cuba.
Many working class citizens turned to Communism since the principle of communism is to have everyone as equals and a classless society. The promise of being treated better than they were at this time was enough for the USSR citizens to stand behind Vladimir Lenin during the initial stages of Communist Revolution in Russia. The promise of equality was short lived when Lenin and future Communist