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IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION TO THE NEW WOMAN EMERGENCE
This paper is a comprehensive outlook of the effects of industrialixzation to the new woman emergence. The impacts have led to social status changes of women in the society
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IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION TO THE NEW WOMAN EMERGENCEThe rapid growth of industries urbanization, immigration, occupational dislocation and different social lifestyles had contributed to the perception that conventional family taboos and sexual prohibitions were in the verge of total collapse as all this were to do away with this inhibition s to social; changes that were being experienced. This era mostly was to bring about various changes where some families feared that their innocent farm daughters could be lured into sexual lifestyles that entailed prostitution teeming with illiterate men. Sexuality matters The new woman emerged to promote the practice of effective birth control, regulate sexual prostitution, prevent the spread of venereal disease, and reduce the habitual sexual double standard. Black women were assumed to be promiscuous but this seemed not the case since they had been prone to sexual abuse by their white male owners when in slavery while in slavery and even after it was long ended. Black males were also targeted as sexual predators of white women. Sexual anarchy fears was emerged with the growing knowledge that middle-class women were participating in birth control, in broad spectrum, a financial result from the shift in ...
... from both parties. financial stability and political ambitions linger in all the aspects in the new woman making political platform that actually will ascertain the rise from boundage.emergin from the conventional traits to the Victorian model seems a joy full position that the new woman takes since one exercises her sexuality on her own preference choosing what she want at what time and the kind of man that one decides to live with or not. In all that was from the industrial times, women ar4cseen as having a minimal role play in the society. They are all consider to be non participatory in all work because of their sex. Male writers on the other hand seems oppressed by the idea of attaining self realism by the new woman since they in which it ought to be attained seems impossible
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