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During and after World War II, women's magazine served as an advice quide, fashion manual, marriage counselor, catalog and more. This collection of magazines and journals entries provide a resource for understanding how the popular press comprehended and attempted to influence women's behavior, goals and values in the postwar era. History shows that women have been categorized only as housekeepers and nurturers, a fact that continues to torment those women who strive for political and business careers today. The conspicuous images from World War II women's magazines reveal the cultural inclination to focus on women's intrinsic duties of family and home, with a emphasis on fashion and beauty, even during a time of shortage, rationing, and
(2001). Desiring Revolution: Second-Wave Feminism and the rewriting of American Sexual Thought, 1920-1982. Columbia, NY: University Press. Henretta, J.A., Brody, D., & Dumenil, L. ( 2006). America, A Concise History (third edition) Boston, MA: Bedford/ St. Martin’s Kerber, L & De Hart, J.
Feminism For this second writing assignment I chose Issue 7: Has Feminism Benefited American Society? This article focuses on whether the feminist movement had a good or bad effect on society as a whole in the long run. Barbara Epstein is in favor of the feminist movement and its effects while Kate O’Beirne is very opposed to it. Barbara Epstein says that yes in fact feminism has benefited American society. She focuses her energies on the evolution of the feminist movement, how it came about and progressed along the way to where we are at a standstill today.
DeNisco, S.M., & Barker, A. M. (2013). Advanced practice nursing: Evolving roles for the transformation of the profession (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett. Duke, N. (2012). Exploring advanced nursing practice: past, present and future.