This shows how women were treated in the late 1800s, probably before, and the early 1900s. The role of Australian women at the time of world war 1 was to all the jobs the men that went to war left behind like farming, running factories ect. They already had to help make clothes and socks for soldiers and cook and clean. The women in Australia had a lot of stress put in them because the men left, yes there was one or two less mouths to feed but that just added more jobs to the list of things to do. Women had to deal with everyday life alone, they had to take care of children and get a decent
Mothers who had more than eight children were given a gold medal, for six children silver medal. The prizes increased birth rate. After marriage women were expected to leave their jobs. After marriage, many women working in state jobs were fired, such as doctors, civil servants and teachers. Women were to be the homemakers of society, cleaning, cooking taking care of children, making themselves healthy and beautiful for their husbands.
Developing Leaders at UPS Yvonne Smith BUS660 Dr. Ray Powers July 22, 2013 Developing Leaders at UPS Major Skills of a Successful Leader The major skills Jovita Carranza has demonstrated in her career at UPS that have made her a successful leader are a strong work ethic and a commitment to UPS. As a result of this, Ms. Carranza did not hesitate to take advantage of UPS rewarding her with opportunities. Ms. Carranza attributes much of her success to her eagerness to take on new challenges. She accepted all opportunities that were presented to her because she felt that she could learn something and each opportunity would be a platform for future endeavors. She feels that teamwork, interaction, and staff development is one of the achievements of which she is proudest.
Many of the cities were occupied by Vietcong for many hours, or days. The US and South Vietnamese showed victory in regaining all the cities back, but they suffered many losses and lost almost all the American public support. The TET Offensive showed the American public the truth of Vietnam, and not what the Military wanted the people to hear. To many, the war was a lost cause, a waste of money and resources. Later, in March of 1968 the My Lai Massacre devastated a town of North Vietnamese citizens.
In The Beginning World War I started in 1914 and America entered in 1917 causing a labor shortage among men and women who had and did take over. The war tore families apart, forcing women to take on new roles in the work force. Approximately a million women filled the vacancies left by the men who were now overseas. Many of whom were young girls and wives that had once worked in department stores and restaurants, but left their jobs to raise families, now worked on the farms and in shipyards and factories. (Joyce Bryant 02.03.09) By late 1918, more and more women had taken over jobs once held by men.
During the next three years East Germany steadily declined and a steady flow of refugees were fleeing to West Germany (Danforth). The Cold War came next. A nuclear face off between two opposing world superpowers, USA and USSR began. Berlin being itself divided, was the front line in a war that wasn’t a war. In 1948, Communist East Germany, frustrated with the exodus of hundreds of thousands of young skilled laborers, closed all border crossings in and out of East Germany, trapping over a million West Berlin citizens with little food, money, or fuel over a hundred miles inside East Germany.
A woman could work until she got married, but she was then expected to give work up to become a housewife. • All school lessons were based on Nazi ideas. School textbooks were rewritten and included Nazi versions of German history. Maths problems involved calculations about bombing Poland and killing invalids. Children were taught Nazi beliefs everyday in subjects such as Ideology and Eugenics.
The Sri Lankan civil war was fought between the native Sri Lankans and Tamil Tigers, over ownership of the northern part of Sri Lanka. The war lasted for over 37 years, from 1972 to 2009, where an estimated 100 000 lives lost. Some of these lives were lost in extremely brutal ways, ways which we can never imagine. Body parts were chopped off or savagely broken, people were burnt alive or made to kill their own family to ‘harden up’. Also in the civil war in Sri Lanka, the Tamil tigers forced women to take part in helping them, unless they were pregnant.
As a result, urbanization quickly started going out of control due to lack of communication, too many people being forced into slums, and many other reasons. Without the help of women, urbanized areas could have become horrible places to live and nothing would have gotten done. For example, Jane Adams established the Hull House, a prominent American settlement house. Adams despised both war and poverty. The Hull House offered instruction in English, counseling to help immigrants deal with the American big city life, childcare services for working mothers, and cultural activities for immigrants of neighborhoods.
Gender Roles Changing in The Last Century Women have come a long way from being confined by the idealized image society held them to. The routine by which all women must live or deny their femininity and stand up for what they wish to do in life. From the necessity to only be the housewife, mother, and wife in which they must be cooking, cleaning, washing, and bearing children they have now become bread winners just like the men and can provide for their families if they choose to and not because that is how society sees it. If a woman would like to break out of being the housewife and work then she shall do so! Women in the work place began with World War I, around 1914.