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CHAPTER6 RESEARCH AND REFLECTION Beyond the conceptualization of the investigation as a study in complexity: an examination of many dimensions of society, community, and lived interaction as a descriptive basis for deducing effects on the normative shaping of Haredi living; our concern with

In: Radicals in Spite of Themselves

style is one in which the men dedicate themselves to the study of holy texts, while their wives are responsible for the home. As we have seen, this division of labour is sustained by religious precepts that encompass one's life as an individual, as a member of a family, and as a member of the

In: Radicals in Spite of Themselves
Author: Julie McLeod

. I decided to apply for the studentship as I was trying to fund myself living away from home, trying to make a life for myself as an independent young woman, and I could not work out a better way to do so. I did not really believe that the future would happen in the way the terms of the

In: Leaders in Gender and Education

a problem neighbour than a heterosexual woman might be. However, this position neglects the influence of my past experiences living as a lesbian in less tolerant times, particularly those spent working as a teacher in the 1980s under Section 28 of the UK Local Government Act. Crucially, it also

In: Heteronormativity in a Rural School Community

-ethical-Halachic style of life in a secular labour market. In our view, it is not simply adaptation to the expectations of others, but rather an active engagement with a strange work world, which makes it possible to unravel the various factors and patterns of this kind of coping achievement. In the second and third

In: Radicals in Spite of Themselves

), patriarchy justifies the marginalization of women in different spheres of life such as education, economy, labor, market and the family. In essence, patriarchy places the majority of South African men in a position wherein they can control, dominate and exploit women and they are consequently the power

In: Introduction to Gender Studies in Eastern and Southern Africa
Author: Judith Davidson

. The order of concerns may vary by individual, but it is safe to say that boys frequently pointed first to sex and peer social relationships as motivators. The reason they did so may be that they were more comfortable taking up the discussion of these topics. Romance and a desire for TEEN BOYS AND

In: Sexting
Author: Donna Sharkey

relationships with girls. They wait outside the school gates for their girlfriend or to find a girlfriend. They commonly offer small amounts of money and gifts, and for girls living in poverty, these can be motivating reasons for involvement with these men. In some cases, girls’ families encourage such

In: Gender, Sexuality and Development

the prominent medium sized billboard on the church’s front lawn, offering messages to all who passed by, and specifically attempting to appeal to middle school students: “Have a blessed school year” “One can do all things through Christ” J. R. RANDOLPH MIDDLE SCHOOL 115 “A baby’s life is God

In: Gender Lessons
Author: Jenn Brandt

(1954–1960). As The Goldbergs’s creator, writer, producer, and star, Gertrude Berg was one of the first, and most successful, women in television. The series centered on her character Molly Goldberg, a Jewish-American matriarch living in NY tenement. With a few exceptions, the show mostly avoided

In: Gender & Pop Culture