|Title:||The Women's Movement in the United States: An Interactive Encyclopedia (Interactive Encyclopedias)|
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|Publisher:||ABC-CLIO; Cdr edition (April 15, 1999)|
policy issues and general information about the United States. In addition to its extensive online resources, the IRC draws on specialized materials via a network of . information resource centers worldwide and the Office of International Information Programs in Washington, . The Women’s Movement in the United States (Interactive Encyclopedia). Webster’s Concise Encyclopedia.
The Encyclopedia of Jewish Women. Assimilation in the United States: Twentieth Century. by Deborah Dash Moore. In addition to participating in the women’s movement, they joined the club movement as did Hannah Solomon. They pioneered in the settlement house movement as did Minnie Low and Lillian Wald. By including their poetry in the Sabbath prayer book, Reconstructionists transformed these personal reflections into collective expressions of Jewish spirituality. Such contradictory trends-movements of return and Jewish leadership coupled with distancing from Jewish organizational life and dispersion throughout the United States as well as increasing ed sustained debate among scholars over how to interpret the baby boomers’ assimilation.
Interactive Map of Women’s Suffrage in the United States (McGraw-Hill Higher Education). Teaching with Documents: Woman Suffrage and the 19th Amendment (National Archives). Teachers Guide: Women’s Suffrage (Scholastic. What factors help explain the success of the women’s suffrage movement in the western states, and its relative lack of success in eastern and southern states? Why did Stanton model her Declaration of Sentiments on the Declaration of Independence? (Compare and contrast documents).
This study presents interactive movement as one of the leading factors of contemporary. ways of expression in architecture. The evolution of architecture from static and stability to. dynamic and movement has been followed by changes in the architectural thought. Youssef Osama Elkhayat, Interactive movement in kinetic architecture. Movement results from a. change in position from a stationary condition via acceleration and deceleration to a new.
American modernism, much like the modernism movement in general, is a trend of philosophical thought arising from the widespread changes in culture and society in the age of modernity
Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia. Cyclopædia, or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences – 1728 publication by Ephraim Chambers. Encyclopædia Britannica – one of the best-known encyclopedias in English, online only since 2010. World Book Encyclopedia – designed for family use; the world's best selling print encyclopedia.
Women’s suffrage is often studied alongside the Women’s Rights Movement and various feminist movements. This guide is broken up into sections. It begins with the Background of the Movement, including books, an encyclopedia, and films that provide an overview of the key events, documents, people, and ideas of the Movement. See this section for the major sources on the topic. The next section, Specific Writings, includes a journal and scholarly articles that focus in on a specific aspect of the Movement. The guide continues with a section titled Opposing Forces: The Anti-Suffrage Movement.
Women were active in the movement from the beginning. By 1831, there were 24 women’s organizations dedicated to temperance. It was an appealing cause because it sought to end a phenomenon that directly affected many women’s quality of life. Temperance was painted as a religious and moral duty that paired well with other feminine responsibilities. If total abstinence was achieved, the family, its home, its health and even its salvation would be secure. As the United States returned to life as usual in the 1870s, the next wave of temperance advocates set to work – this time with an aim at changing laws along with hearts. The Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) was one such group. The WCTU was founded in 1873, and it became a national social reform and lobbying organization the following year.
It includes more than 40,000 articles as well as numerous videos, animations, slide shows, and maps. Science and Technology Policy in the United States: Open Systems in Action By Sylvia Kraemer Rutgers University Press, 2006. Geoscience Encyclopedias and Their Potential for Classroom Instruction By Kawula, John D. Journal of Geoscience Education, Vol. 51, No. 5, November 2003.