Titel: Changing the Rules: The Resurgence of the ...
Verlag: Emquad Intl Ltd
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"Women have been the matriarchy. They have dominated men, religion and society. Women have been subservient. They have catered to the patriarchal religion and society. Today, women are again outside the home and making a place for themselves in the world. As women gain status and power in American society, does America run the risk of someday becoming matriarchal with the matriarchs utilizing the same methods of the patriarchy that they so long abhorred? Does the slow but steady cycle of gender dominance continue with its inherent power games of control and manipulation? It is at this point that the metaphorical question can be addressed: Is the cup half empty or is the cup half full?"
K-lee Starland's "Changing the Rules" is a provocative look at the changing role and status of women in western society from antiquity to the present day. It is suitable for the general reader and as a college-level textbook in Women's Studies, Sociology, and History departments.From the Publisher:
This remarkable book traces how women once ruled in the matriarchal Cradle of Civilization, how this position was gradually eroded in Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian cultures, and how western women have been reemerging from their multi-millennial suppression. It concludes with the mapping out of future balance based on peaceful cooperation, rather than societies of male or female domination. "Changing the Rules" is organized into four parts—A Feminine Heritage, The Longest War, Out of Europe, and The Resurgence of the Feminine—and appended are an extensive bibliography and on-line reference links.
Each of the 15 chapters contains an Objective, Bonus Pointers, "Think About It" suggestions, Summary, and a full complement of exercises. There are over 100 illustrations, x+358pp, 8-1/2" x 11", printed on acid-free paper.
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