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  • Femininity Today: "legally Blonde" Versus "mean Girls"

    Femininity Today: "Legally Blonde" versus "Mean Girls" Femininity today is looked at a lot differently than it used to be. There are many movies and books that tell about the many various social, emotional, and personal hardships that women go through. Looking deeper into these two movies "Legally Blonde" and "Mean Girls", will open up the hidden messages of todays culture. Both are very popular movies with many similarities, but the differences that they do

    Essay Length: 579 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: April 28, 2011 Essay by people
  • Don't You Forget About Me Gossip Girl

    Cecily von Ziegesar's series, Gossip Girl, includes Don't You Forget About Me. This is the eleventh and probably best book in the series. This book has the affect of gossip, it draws you in and it's very hard to put down. The book is a must read. I would recommend that all girls in high school read it. It may contain content that isn't for the younger girls. The girls in the book deal with

    Essay Length: 367 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: May 8, 2011 Essay by people
  • Girl Inturrupted - Book Review

    Girl Inturrupted - Book Review

    Girl Interrupted final essay The book, "Girl Interrupted" is about a young girl named Susanna who's 18 years old. Susanna in a way, is mentally unstable so it seems and she ends up in a mental institution called , McLean. In McLean, Susanna has no freedom. She is watched like a hawk , one example in the book is when the nurses at the hospital do checks. Checks is when the nurses check the rooms

    Essay Length: 403 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: June 2, 2011 Essay by people
  • Story Is About a Girl

    Story Is About a Girl

    This story is about a girl that is writing a story in school about butterflies. She lives with her grandparents. Every day when she's on her way to school her grandparents tells her to be nice and listen to her teacher. But one day when the little girl comes home her grandmother asks if she has been writing her story and if her teacher liked. The girl said that she had been writing it and

    Essay Length: 272 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: June 30, 2011 Essay by people
  • Are Boys Socialized Different Than Girls?

    Are Boys Socialized Different Than Girls?

    Introduction Are boys socialized differently than girls? The answer is yes. Gender is a social construct; gender socialization begins the moment a child is born, the way children are spoken to, touched, and played with; all which establish societal norms and expectations, thus socializing children from birth. Societal expectations influence the way parents raise their children. These societal influences are the leading cause relating to gender specific stereotypes. Boys predominantly play with trucks, soldiers, and

    Essay Length: 1,116 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: August 7, 2011 Essay by people
  • Boys and Girls

    Boys and Girls

    superhuman all i can say. Mrs. Hale: She had not visited the Wright household for over a year because of its bleak, cheerless atmosphere. She believes that Mr. Wright is responsible for crushing the merriment out of Mrs. Wright. Now, Mrs. Hale feels guilty for not visiting more often. She believes she could have improved Mrs. Wright's outlook on life. Mrs. Peter: She has tagged along to bring back clothes for the imprisoned Mrs. Wright.

    Essay Length: 295 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: August 28, 2011 Essay by people
  • Do Institutions Abandon the Individual in Texts Raw by Scot Monk and the Film Girl Interrupted (1999)

    Do Institutions Abandon the Individual in Texts Raw by Scot Monk and the Film Girl Interrupted (1999)

    An institution is an organization that is set up for a particular purpose. Institutions are run through a hierarchical system of authority, whereby rules and regulations are enforced. Scott Monk's novel, Raw, explores a number of issues to do with the power of institutions and the impact on individuals, within them. The text also explores the relationship between individuals and the authorities that have the power and the loss of individuality of inmates. The text

    Essay Length: 828 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: August 28, 2011 Essay by people
  • Christine Cook - Catholic Girl

    Christine Cook - Catholic Girl

    Christine Cook is a fifteen-year-old Irish Catholic girl who is bored with life in her small town of Oswego, New York. She yearns for adventure and wishes she was old enough to join the WACs or to simply travel the world learning about other cultures. Therefore, it isn't too surprising that Chris becomes instantly enthralled by the European war refugees who take up residence in the old abandoned military base at Fort Ontario in her

    Essay Length: 429 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: September 11, 2011 Essay by people
  • Alice Munro: "boys and Girls"

    Alice Munro: "boys and Girls"

    Alice Munro: "Boys and Girls" In this story the main character tells about her childhood life growing up in a household where her father was a fox farmer and her mother was a homemaker which involved many laborious duties as a member of the family who lived shadowing her parents responsibilities. Throughout the story, her feminine ways are denied and even ignored since her interpretation of being a girl allowed for less possibilities of being

    Essay Length: 695 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 22, 2011 Essay by people
  • The Intense Relationship Between a Girl and a Woman

    The Intense Relationship Between a Girl and a Woman

    According to and old adage that says "As you lay your bed, so you lie on it." That same quote can be applied in this story. In life there is a huge difference between a woman and a girl. A woman is a female body who is highly experienced in life, been through all obstacles and know the consequences one has to go through on the other hand, a girl is the opposite of a

    Essay Length: 668 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 7, 2011 Essay by dammie28
  • Segregation of Boys and Girls in Schools

    Segregation of Boys and Girls in Schools

    Imagine if students grades would increase, bad conduct would decrease and students would be able to focus more. Would that not be helpful in securing a good education of every student? Yes! Segregating schools by sex may be how all of these things can be accomplished. Segregating schools has been tested before, it would allow test scores to be enriched, teachers have said they enjoy teaching same- sex classrooms a lot more and students will

    Essay Length: 492 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: January 31, 2012 Essay by people
  • Girl Interrupted

    Girl Interrupted

    Walter Love PSY 223-504 Girl Interrupted Girl Interrupted takes place in the 1960's and focuses on 18 year old Susanna Kaysen. Susanna makes a lousy attempt at suicide and consumes a bottle of aspirin followed by a bottle of vodka. After the incident Susanna meets with a family friend who is a former psychologist and suggests she would benefit from Claymore Mental Institution. Susanna voluntarily emits herself to Claymore believing she wouldn't be there that

    Essay Length: 289 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: February 15, 2012 Essay by people
  • Is Susana Kaysen a Trusted Source in Girl Interrupted?

    Is Susana Kaysen a Trusted Source in Girl Interrupted?

    Is Susana Kaysen a Trusted Source in Girl, Interrupted? Girl, Interrupted is a book written by Susanna Kaysen in 1993 in which she relates her experiences in McLean Mental Hospital, where she got locked in 1967, until 1969 because she suffered from a mental disorder. Aware of her mental illness, Kaysen does an immense effort to narrate her experiences during her stay at McLean hospital as descriptive and objective as she can be in her

    Essay Length: 893 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: March 12, 2012 Essay by people
  • Lars and the Real Girl

    Lars and the Real Girl

    This film is a story of Lars, a young man whose mother died during childbirth, and grew up with his heartbroken father. He finds it hard to relate and interact with his family, coworkers and fellow parishioners at the church. He lives in the converted garage behind his brother and sister-in-law, Gus and Karen's house and wants to be left alone. He always declines invitations to their house and doesn't have any friends. One day

    Essay Length: 785 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: March 16, 2012 Essay by people
  • Roy Lichtenstein Drawning Girl

    Roy Lichtenstein Drawning Girl

    A woman who was ditched by her beloved man is indulging her sorrow. The most distinctive feature of this painting is the written dialogue which is explaining her situation. She says "I don't care! I'd rather sink... than call Brad for help" silently to herself. The roaring wave will soon sink all her bodies, and she will be soaked in the water completely that will make her disable to breath. She stays in sorrow and

    Essay Length: 268 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 21, 2012 Essay by people
  • Race and Ethnicity - What It's like to Be a Black Girl

    Race and Ethnicity - What It's like to Be a Black Girl

    Race / Ethnicity What It's Like to Be a Black Girl (Smith) Child of the Americas (Morales) Two that are different but the same, each writer of color speaking about color but on different plans. One poem is about race where as the other is about ethnicity, knowing the difference in race / ethnicity is what set these two poems apart from each other. Themes and Corresponding Works Race / Ethnicity First when comparing to

    Essay Length: 2,277 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: March 25, 2012 Essay by people
  • The Girl Behind the Mask

    The Girl Behind the Mask

    The Girl Behind The Mask Many think they know who this girl is. They assume it is the girl that stands tall with her head held high and is always feeling good. They perceive me as the one who always dresses to impress or is well groomed. I am that girl, her name is Chanelle. Born to the parents of Lashanda and Terrance Ward on October 31, 1993 in the city of Spring Valley, NY.

    Essay Length: 1,537 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: March 29, 2012 Essay by people
  • English Paper Farmer Girl

    English Paper Farmer Girl

    Summary and Personal Response ENG February 8, 2012 Farmer Girl Jessica Hemauer. Farmer Girl . The McGraw-Hill Guide 2nd Edition/2011 The Idea of the story I read was to show how everyday living molds us into the very people we are going. The writer explained how she was raised in a place where time management was a key , between the farm chores , house chores, and school, She taught her self to manage her

    Essay Length: 987 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: June 10, 2012 Essay by people
  • The Boys and Girls Club of America

    The Boys and Girls Club of America

    THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF AMERICA When I think of positive community social organizations that help and shape our nation, I think of programs that are developed to plan for the future. When I think of the future, I think of those who will be around to shape the development of our future. Where better to start than with the kids. Growing up in our world today has to be one of the most

    Essay Length: 916 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: July 22, 2012 Essay by people
  • Lars and the Real Girl

    Lars and the Real Girl

    In the movie Lars and the Real Girl, starring Ryan Gosling as Lars, the main character finds himself lost in his own reality. In this reality he believes that a doll, which he purchased online, is actually real. Lars' older brother, Gus, is very apprehensive when he realizes that Lars is delusional while his wife Karin is extremely worried for Lars' wellbeing. Both Karin and Gus are so concerned for Lars that they convince him

    Essay Length: 936 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: October 10, 2012 Essay by jamonit1027
  • What's Your Name, Girl

    What's Your Name, Girl

    Maya Angelous "What's Your Name, Girl" Having a strong character and making sure everyone knows who you are, not because of what someone tells them, but because what your character reflects is extremely important. Throughout my essay I will talk about Maya Angelous "What's Your Name, Girl". In this essay I believe her message and main objective was that Margaret had become angry to make a point. How she talks about this your girl which

    Essay Length: 877 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 23, 2012 Essay by mmarlene
  • Mean Girls Essay

    Mean Girls Essay

    Mean Girls The movie Mean Girls is a hilarious film "when I say hilarious, I don't mean just any kind of funny; I mean hilarious that makes you want to pee your pants". Such as in the film when Cady which is also known as Africa moves to Evanston, Illinois from Africa and is enrolled into school which she had never been before. Cady soon finds herself having a hard time understanding the social norms

    Essay Length: 304 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 4, 2012 Essay by quesha
  • Emergency Contraceptives Should Be Issued by Guidance Counselors to High School Girls

    Emergency Contraceptives Should Be Issued by Guidance Counselors to High School Girls

    Emergency contraceptives should be issued by guidance counsellors to high school girls. An emergency contraceptive is a device or drug used to prevent a woman becoming pregnant and is used in a serious and unexpected situation requiring immediate action. (Oxford English Dictionary)Therefore it is safe to say that an emergency contraceptive is used in the termination of pregnancy. Issuing emergency contraceptives to high school girls means that the person issuing them is going beyond Christian

    Essay Length: 931 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: January 15, 2013 Essay by moyakw
  • Girls Talk a Lot

    Girls Talk a Lot

    Girls aren't all the same! Like you boys, girls can be quiet and shy, out-going and bubbly. I advise you to let her talk most of the time, but make sure you get a word in now and again! But if you would like to try out with a quieter girl, do try and start conversation. This girl won't be quiet for all her life, just until she likes you enough. Usually then they are

    Essay Length: 295 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: January 29, 2013 Essay by jina20
  • Girl Hood Case

    Girl Hood Case

    Girl hood is about two young girls in the juvenile system, both for violent crimes. One of the girls is named Megan Jensen; she is locked up assault charges. Shanae Owens is locked up for stabbing to death another girl who happens to be her friend. Though the movie you get to see how the system can work if you work and how you can play the system to get what you want. I will

    Essay Length: 658 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: March 10, 2013 Essay by TomJones80

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