Female Leaders - Tackling Problems - Yashvi Sadarangani C12M HI 8108 Female leaders in the past have always had a hard time because of the beliefs of others, women had not been treated equally and have had to prove themselves as capable as men. Elizabeth I was one of the female leaders who proved people wrong by successfully ruling England from 1558 to 1603. Although, Elizabeth faced many problems during the period of which she ruled; Image, Marriage, Religion and Foreign Invasion. This essay will look into how Elizabeth I tackled the complications during her time on the throne.
Occupations such as public transport conductors, police, firefighters, bank ‘tellers’ and clerks, were all roles that needed to be fulfilled by women whilst the men were away and fighting for Australia. This is evident through the article titled Women’s work in World War I, as it states that these jobs were crucial for the continuum of society, thus females were required to take over men 's jobs during this period. This was not only a benefit to the role of women at the time as they moved away from their usual domestic work, but it again impacted the job opportunities in the future of Australian society as women were now eligable to apply for a job in this field of public assistance. Furthermore, from 1914, women were permitted to help in factories and even take part in the construction of weaponry for WWI. As depicted in the photograph of women building bombs and missiles, women were asked to work in munitions factories due to the high demand of weaponry because of the war.
Discussion 2: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie portrays gender in many different ways throughout her stories in “The Thing Around Your Neck,” primarily focusing on the role of women. I would say all the protagonist women in Adichie’s stories are very strong and have motivation to achieve some sort of goal. In “The Arrangers Of Marriage,” there is a strong dynamic difference between the men and women. Chinaza (who soon goes by Agatha), struggles to fit in with the American culture and to get to know her new husband, Dave who’s constantly criticizing and correcting her every move and word. This story portrays women as the less important sex.
Most histories contain mainly the names of men who are important actors in events. Thus, women who are 'named ' in histories have to be far more influential than the men around them. Joan of Arc is important, then, for one reason being she was a woman who made a difference. We can see how sexism in that society operated, as well, while reading the story of her life after she worked so hard for her cause and was captured and believed 'possessed '. Eventually put to death because of 'demons ' rather than realizing/recognizing the possibility she may actually have had innate leadership
Through everything the ruthless government throws at her, she fights off because through her actions she has proven to be the face of hope for all to look up to. Katniss has embodied the role of a leader for a long time . "Her grit, roughness and decency, serve as a rebuke to the Capitol... Katniss personalizes -- humanizes -- the fight. That humanity is crucial to her evolution as a classic charismatic revolutionary hero.
I shall not remain insignificant. I shall work in the world for mankind. " Anne's wish to not remain insignificant was granted. She is influential even to this day as her courage and honestly have inspired millions. Even though she was never given the chance to "work in the world for mankind", she has done a lot for those who suffered through the Holocaust and the rest of the world alike.
She began to receive rewards form various of people and places, "Rosa parks received many accolades during her lifetime, including the NAACP's highest award"(history). Even though, Parks was doing the right thing by taking action and joining a movement it wasn't always easy for her. "It is not necessarily easy to be a living legend" (Henderson 191). Till this day many people learn from her and are amazed on how Rosa Parks became the legend she still is
The context of Document H is that the passing of the19th amendment made it possible for women to contribute immensely to the society and through their diligence and perseverance people were able to see that woman are valuable beings, and they’re capable of doing anything men can do. Women also began to consider themselves as equal to men, and they came to the realization that they can do so much more with their
If I was ever given the opportunity to meet anyone in this world, past or present, real or imaginary, I would choose Helen Keller. Helen had so much charisma and hope for others, and she showed that in her work. According to Urban Dictionary, Helen means a girl who is awesome in all her ways, fly and skilled beyond belief. Helen Keller was born a perfect healthy baby,
It was a very long and harsh process to gain their rights; women witnessed other races overcoming discrimination while they were still ignored. While men fought to preserve their position in society and their image of being superior, many important women fought against the society’s unfair oppression and many life-changing events were taking place. The Seneca Falls Convention significantly revolutionized women
She pushed me so hard to the point I felt like it wasn’t fair that she was so hard on me rather is was dealing with school, finding a job and learning how to take care of responsibility. The tenderness played a part when she walked in my room and seen that I was sad and she asked me what was wrong and I told her it’s not fair that she’s so hard on me. She said “son I am sorry but trust me it will all pay off in the end” and gave me a hug. Now it all makes sense she just was preparing me for the real world. 2.
Throughout all history women had a difficulty in gaining rights. It took a long amount of time for women's voices to be heard in all America. Determination and being fearless was a big factor for all suffragists to be heard. Alice Paul who was a fearless women is an example of who took a stand for women’s rights with full determination. The determination she had lead to major achievements for all the women in the early years and now.