Hamilton goes on to explain why her dislike of the jingo woman is so strong; “you make all women seem church duffers!” she implies the Jingo woman is seen as unintelligent, criticising why her opinions are wrong and that this view of her is being applied to all women. She disagrees with the way women like the jingo woman portray other women. She portrays the Jingo woman and her role in the war, in a negative light. In ‘women at munitions making’ by Mary Gabrielle, Gabrielle criticises women’s munitions work as unnatural. The word ‘coarsened’ implies that the women’s relationship with birth and life is tainted by munitions work and its association with death.
As a result any and all prisoners of war captured by the Japanese were mistreated, because they were considered to be cowards and dishonourable by Japanese soldiers. Japanese soldiers often beat their prisoners, if they were rude, disrespectful, uncooperative or even if they were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. These beatings were brutal, often leaving their sufferers bruised, bloodied, unconscious or in extreme cases dead. These beatings, while indirectly also often was the cause of death for many of Prisoners of War because of the poor amount food and water, lack of sanitation and complete lack of medical supplies and the extreme temperatures. According to Skwirk.com and Discovering Australian History Australian Prisoners of War were also tortured to gather military intelligence.
Its against the military code of conduct to have any sexual relationship while over seas with anyone so when a women is raped most of the time the military personnel believe that it’s the women’s way of getting out of trouble for having sex since the penalty for any sexual relation ship is being demoted a rank, losing a stripe or being relocated. Since the military hospitals don’t allow abortions to be done on sight women have to travel home to have the abortion done at their expense. I find it hard to see the justice in a country where rape standards are held so high except in the military where a woman can be raped and sent home and
Rachel Carson got them to see the light and in 1972, the EPA banned the pesticide DDT. The Ending Rachel Carson died in Silver Spring, Maryland on April 14, 1964 from bone cancer. She had known about her cancer beforehand and she was calm about it. She was only 56 years old when she died. The New York Times wrote a whole story on her life and her achievements.
Sometimes other nurses start beginning to create problems between each other by saying that they are not moving fast enough or that they are lazy. I had an elderly patient at a nursing home clinical site scratch my chest because we were trying to help her change into her clothes. The patient was angry and she was trying to hit and scratch everyone in sight. We tried to talk to her calmly and diffuse her unknown anger towards us. The patient eventually calmed down but then had to be put in wrist restraints for the violent behavior.
Women didn't get the vote until 1920, but it didn't improve tolerance for their rights much. They were still seen as less than equal, discouraged in pursuing higher education and told their only purpose was to be a wife and mother. Women like Margaret Sanger and Emma Goldman who advocated birth control were actually jailed! Workers in general were treated badly, such as by mining companies, who even refused bathroom breaks to workers, forcing them to urinate in their clothes! If they tried to form unions, like the IWW, they were arrested without cause, usually beaten and jailed.
Although they were madly in love since childhood, Hatsue felt like she was doing something wrong and forced herself to end her relationship with Ishmael due to their racial differences. This triggered Ishmael, to also hate the Japanese like the rest of the Whites. The government order to take away the homes and belonging of the Japanese and imprison them due to the war demonstrates the strong resentment among the racial groups. Living in a place where the Japanese are frowned upon by the Whites, innocent Kabuo Miyamoto is accused of murdering fellow fisherman, Carl Heine, an example of the unfair, prejudiced, judgements portrayed in the story. After losing his land, Kabuo has lost all of his faith in the Whites and refuses to co-operate with the trial.
The Puritans frown upon Hester and Pearl, the product of Hester’s sin. The public humiliation and obstacles Hester goes through invigorates her with strength to triumph. On the day Hester is led to the town scaffold, the townspeople, who had no sympathy for her, taunted her with cruel and harsh words. When Hester is questioned about who was Pearl’s
(22) II. 62- 120 Medea’s Anger Nurse and Tutor is quiet worried about the actions that Medea would do to have revenge toward Jason because “[Nurse] knows this anger of hers will not end, not before she turns it loose on someone” (118-119). Thus, the betrayal of Jason has caused the Nurse to tremendously feel pities for Medea after she “[saw Medea’s] look at [Jason] with savage eyes” (116). III. 121-313 Burden of a Failed Marriage The mental pain of Medea has caused her to have