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THE OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN AFGHANISTAN PORTRAYED IN KHALED HOSSEINI’S A THOUSAND SPLENDID

THE OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN AFGHANISTAN PORTRAYED IN KHALED HOSSEINI’S A THOUSAND SPLENDID

Rasheed’s cruelty has hurt and disappointed both Mariam and Laila. As the objects of his fury, they do not want to put up with him and his wicked behaviour any longer; therefore they plan to run away. They want to set themselves free and far from such atrocious treatment. But they cannot manage to flee, because they are arrested by the police in the bus station, and they are brought to the police quarter. There, they are interrogated. “What a man does in his home is his business,” (A Thousand Splendid Suns, 284) said the police to them when Laila begs the police to
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OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MICHAEL  OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MICHAEL APTED’S ENOUGH MOVIE (2002) : A FEMINIST CRITICISM.

OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MICHAEL OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MICHAEL APTED’S ENOUGH MOVIE (2002) : A FEMINIST CRITICISM.

The major problem in this study is how the oppression against women reflected in Michael Apted’s Enough movie. The limitation is the violence against women of Slim Hiller as the major character. The objectives of the study are to analyze the structural elements and to analyze the oppression against women in Michael Apted’s Enough movie by using Feminist Criticism. This research paper uses qualitative method which employs the collecting, describing, classifying, analyzing the data and drawing conclusion. The object of the study is Michael Apted’s Enough movie published and distributed by Columbia Pictures. The primary data are the movie and movie subtitles. The secondary data sources including references and materials related to the study whether picking from books and/or internet.
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INTRODUCTION  OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MICHAEL APTED’S ENOUGH MOVIE (2002) : A FEMINIST CRITICISM.

INTRODUCTION OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MICHAEL APTED’S ENOUGH MOVIE (2002) : A FEMINIST CRITICISM.

Michael Apted has directing 68 titles of movies, local programs, TV series and documentary. His several popular movies such as The Triple Echo (1972), Stardust (1974), The Squzee (1977), Nell (1994), The World is not Enough (1999), Enigma (2001), Amazing Grace (2006), The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of The DownTreader (2010), TV series such as World in Actions (1966), The Lovers (1970), New York News (1995) and Marriage in America (2006), documentary such as Incident at Oglala (US, 1991), which explores the factual basis of his hard-hitting feature film, Thunderheart (US, 1992), displays an active, questioning intelligence rarely found among mainstream Hollywood directors. He also as the producer for 18 titles, writer for two titles and actor for one title.
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OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN ADRIENNE SHELLY’S WAITRESS (2007): A FEMINIST APPROACH.

OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN ADRIENNE SHELLY’S WAITRESS (2007): A FEMINIST APPROACH.

Jenna begins to keep a diary for her unborn child. She gives the viewer accessed to her thoughts about that future of her child and her own plans. She describes the various pies, then she creates the audience gets to know her evolving hopes and dreams, concerns and fears, and slowly growing attachment to the baby where she at first did not want.

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INTRODUCTION  OPPRESION AGAINST WOMEN IN NORTH COUNTRY MOVIE BY NIKI CARO: A MARXIST – FEMINIST APPROACH.

INTRODUCTION OPPRESION AGAINST WOMEN IN NORTH COUNTRY MOVIE BY NIKI CARO: A MARXIST – FEMINIST APPROACH.

Oppression of women in the patriarchal society is seen daily. Men dominate women in so many ways; it becomes hard to distinguish one form of oppression to another. Women are exploited and face oppression every day. In the work place women are forced into low paying, insecure and unskilled jobs. Women problems do not stop at the work place. When they come home, they have to face another shift of housework for their family. Actually, women also have to deal with violence in family life. Traditionally, women and men have accepted the fact that men have rights in public or political lives but women do not. Many stereotypes about women’s nature and roles hold that women have been viewed, to some degree, as inferior. Through history, women have been labeled physically weaker than man, more emotional, less reasonable, less able to learn, and dependant. Therefore, women’s public decision making has often been dismissed as illogical, emotional and subjective. Men’s on the other hand, has always been considered logical, rational, and objective (Horton and Hunt, 1996: 157).
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The Struggle Of Esther Greenwood Against Social Oppression In Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar

The Struggle Of Esther Greenwood Against Social Oppression In Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar

This study will involve approaching the text through both a feminist angle and sociological angle. The cycle of isolation, exclusion, death, and rebirth is not only physical, but also mental as well, and symbolizes Esther’s consciousness of her sexuality. This is in terms society’s imprisonment towards her by oppressing her life. Although the story of The Bell Jar is set in the American 1950s, many of the elements and issues in which Plath planned to show are still present and widespread even today. It describes how the health and happiness of women at a time were only considered important in reference to a man. The situation is also considered trapped because it shows how women are expected to work a certain career that is allowed and directed by society. This means they are the expectancy of society’s lifestyle for women in the career world and how they should live it. This phenomenon is then linked to the cultural elements that exist in the communities in which the novel was produced and used. It can be a socio-cultural customs, habits, ways of thinking, and the way people act at that time.
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OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MARSHALL HERSKOVITZ’S A DESTINY OF HER OWN: SOCIALIST FEMINISM APPROACH.

OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MARSHALL HERSKOVITZ’S A DESTINY OF HER OWN: SOCIALIST FEMINISM APPROACH.

At first time Veronica is less enthusiastic about the idea of becoming a courtesan, but she becomes excited by the pleasures and freedom of the lifestyle (A Destiny of Her Own VCD Part 1, 34:33). She is able to socialize with kings and royalty, and influence them politically. However, she is the great poet. Her literary works are loved by the people and soon reaches success. Unfortunately, Venice was attacked by diseases (A Destiny of Her Own VCD Part 2, 01:04). Hence, thousands people died. The church explained that it because of the Venetian’s life in sin. So, the courtesan must be end. Furthermore, all of the courtesan face inquisition. However, although she faced unfair accusation in inquisition by her smart and braveness, she able to win in court inquisition. This movie rakes up the effort of women in her life with all of the complex problems.
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AGAINST THE STATE’S OPPRESSION IN MAXIM GORKY’S MOTHER: A MARXIST APPROACH.

AGAINST THE STATE’S OPPRESSION IN MAXIM GORKY’S MOTHER: A MARXIST APPROACH.

The interesting side about this novel is this novel discusses the revolution whose main character is old women. The other interesting side is the value given in Mother. This novel was the first novel written by a Russian author who writes sympathetically of such characters as tramps and thieves, emphasizing their daily struggles against overwhelming odds and fight against state’s oppression in Russia.

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CLASS STRUGGLE AGAINST OPPRESSION IN THE LAST SAMURAI MOVIE DIRECTED BY EDWARD ZWICK: A MARXIST APPROACH.

CLASS STRUGGLE AGAINST OPPRESSION IN THE LAST SAMURAI MOVIE DIRECTED BY EDWARD ZWICK: A MARXIST APPROACH.

The dominant part in this movie is the characteristic of players; many players in this movie have good character. Captain Nathan Algren as the main character has emotional soul and never surrenders to fight again enemy. Katsumoto is the leader of samurai, he makes sacrifice to serve the king. Colonel Bagley as a general of war is an ambitious man; he defeates Cheyenne tribe and all battle corps which involves farmers, children’s, and women. Omura as a king adviser is a sly person; he influences the king to be removing the samurai.
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OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN JOSEPH RUBEN’S SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY MOVIE: A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE.

OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN JOSEPH RUBEN’S SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY MOVIE: A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE.

Martin's face turns to horror and Laura shoots him three times in the chest before dropping the pistol. As a sobbing Laura collapses, Martin grabs her by the hair and points the gun to her face. But when he pulls the trigger, the gun only clicks, as all the bullets are gone. Martin sags lifelessly to the floor. As Ben slowly wakes up, Laura goes to him and they embrace. The movie ends with a close-up of Martin's body lying in the foreground with Laura's wedding ring inches from his hand.
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Women`s struggles against the oppression of men in Toni Morrison`s paradise.

Women`s struggles against the oppression of men in Toni Morrison`s paradise.

this section, the characters of Mavis are explained, she is afraid of her husband, and she cannot tolerate her feeling guilt and she fears for her life.The third chapter, Grace, the real name of Gigi, she arrives in town of Ruby. This chapter generates a conflict between K.D and Arnette. The next chapter is Seneca, it focuses on Ruby's community. The people of Ruby has meeting at the oven to discuss about "The furrow of his brow."The next chapter is Divine, it tells about unpleasant wedding and Arnette claims her baby on her wedding night. In Patricia's chapter, it tells about the reconstruction of the town's story. Next chapter is Consolata, she has affair with Deek and becomes a guide for the women in the Convent. The last second chapter is Lone, she alerts the Convent with no success, she tells the relatives and finds the car with three victims in it. In the last chapter Save-Marie, they hold the first funeral of the town and the change of "The furrow of his brow" into "We are the furrow of HIS brow".
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OPPRESSION   AGAINST   WOMEN IN MARGARET ELEANOR ATWOOD’S THE HANDMAID’S TALE(1985) NOVEL:  Oppression Against Women In Margaret Eleanor Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale(1985) Novel: A Feminist Criticism.

OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MARGARET ELEANOR ATWOOD’S THE HANDMAID’S TALE(1985) NOVEL: Oppression Against Women In Margaret Eleanor Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale(1985) Novel: A Feminist Criticism.

Hereby, the writer testified that in this research, there is no plagiarism of the previous studies which have been raised to get bachelor degree of a university. Besides, there is no opinion or masterpiece which the writings are mentioned in previous study and bibliography.

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OPPRESSION   AGAINST   WOMEN IN MARGARET ELEANOR ATWOOD’S THE HANDMAID’S TALE (1985) NOVEL:  Oppression Against Women In Margaret Eleanor Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale(1985) Novel: A Feminist Criticism.

OPPRESSION AGAINST WOMEN IN MARGARET ELEANOR ATWOOD’S THE HANDMAID’S TALE (1985) NOVEL: Oppression Against Women In Margaret Eleanor Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale(1985) Novel: A Feminist Criticism.

The story of oppression against women’s in The Handmaid’s Tale is about Offred who is a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead, a totalitarian and theocratic state that has replaced the United States of America. Because of dangerously low reproduction rates, Handmaids are assigned to bear children for elite couples that have trouble conceiving. In the old world, before Gilead, Offred affairs with Luke, a married man. He divorced his wife and married Offred, and then they had a child tog ether. Offred’s mother was a single mother and feminist activist. The architects of Gilead began their rise to power in an age of readily available pornography, prostitution, and violence against women when pollution and chemical that effect to declining r ate fertility. They repress by women’s rights, forbidding women to hold property or jobs. Offred and Luke took their daughter and attempted to flee across the border into Canada, but they were caught and separated from one another.
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INTRODUCTION  Oppression Against Women In Margaret Eleanor Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale(1985) Novel: A Feminist Criticism.

INTRODUCTION Oppression Against Women In Margaret Eleanor Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale(1985) Novel: A Feminist Criticism.

Actually oppression of women does not occur "naturally”, however because the existing systems that make it happen. Oppression of women causes to the feeling of sad, frustrated and angry. Oppression is often experienced by women from ancient times to the present such as: sexual oppression and rape. Besides that, women also often experience physical violence and psychological. The examples are oppression of women is violence outside the marital relationship, female genital mutilation and rape in marriage (Deutsch, 2006: 76).
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AGAINST SLAVERY AND APPRESSION IN STAN LEY KUBRICK’S SPARTACUS : A MARXIST APPROACH.

AGAINST SLAVERY AND APPRESSION IN STAN LEY KUBRICK’S SPARTACUS : A MARXIST APPROACH.

Once upon a time, Crassus with some friends visits Batiatus. He wants two pairs of private gladiators fighting to the death. Spartacus, Crixus, Galino and Draba are selected to entertain them. The first fighting are Crixus and Galino, in which Crixus is win. Next, Spartacus versus Draba but Spartacus loses. However, Draba refuses to kill him instead he throws his trident to the audience and leaping to attack the Romans. Unfortunately, he is killed before succeed to kill one of the Roman. As he leaves, he buys a pretty slave woman named Varinia whom Batiatus has paired to Spartacus and they love each other.
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Women’s Leadership through the Context of Rembang Movement

Women’s Leadership through the Context of Rembang Movement

This study aims to explain the strength and leadership of women in order to maintain their living space. In addition, this study aims to portray the concept of nature conservation through water, soil, and earth that fought relentlessly to reject the establishment of the Indonesian Cement factory in the village Tegaldwo and Timbran - gan, District Gunem, Rembang. An environmental issue in Rem- bang is important to be discussed in deep scale. In the deep discuss area, we can look at the exploitation of natural resources massively without seeing the objective conditions around it. Permition for the establishment of a cement factory given by the district government of Rembang to PT. Semen Indonesia did not consider the existence of citizens who depend on the region. Licensing mine will certainly undermine the determination of the mountains of North Kendeng and Cekungan Air Tanah (CAT) Watuputih in the conservation area. This research used a critical research method and analyzed with leadership and ecofeminism theory. Plans to build a cement factory were the beginning of the social problems that existed in rural areas and Tegalombo Krembangan. This caused rejection ac - tion undertaken by the majority of women and mothers who worked as peasants. The rejection action was an effort to save the environ - ment in the region of CAT Watuputih.
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INTRODUCTION  WOMEN OPPRESION IN SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY MOVIE: A LIBERAL FEMINISM APPROACH.

INTRODUCTION WOMEN OPPRESION IN SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY MOVIE: A LIBERAL FEMINISM APPROACH.

Women oppression becomes the evilness cases, which always exist in modern era. Today, many kinds of women oppression become wide around us. Those are not only in domestic sphere but also in public sphere. Firstly, women oppression in domestic sphere are the duties to follow and to receive the husband as roles, to take care her husband needs, to keep the house perfect, and keeps the children. Besides, the strange condition of women oppression in domestic sphere is when her husband has bad treatments to her. The bad treatment includes beating, fronting, slapping, kicking etc. Secondly, women oppression in public sphere is the limitation of women participation to enter the public area. It means the public sphere is dominated by men. Public spheres are law, education, politics, society, science, and technology.
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CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN

CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN

Convinced that the establishment of the new international economic order based on equity and justice will contribute significantly towards the promotion of equality between men and women; Emphasizing that the eradication of apartheid, all forms of racism, racial discrimination, colonialism, neocolonialism, aggression, foreign occupation and domination and interference in the internal affairs of States is essential to the full enjoyment of the rights of men and women that the strengthening of international peace and security, the relaxation of international tension, mutual cooperation among all States irrespective of their social and economic systems, general and complete disarmament, in particular nuclear disarmament under strict and effective international control, the affirmation of the principles of justice, equality and mutual benefit in relations among countries and the realization of the right of peoples under alien and colonial domination and foreign occupation to self- determination and independence, as well as respect for national sovereignty and territorial integrity, will promote social progress and development and as a consequence will contribute to the attainment of full equality between men and women;
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INTRODUCTION  Strategy Of Oppression Against The People By The Ruling Elite Reflected In Suzzane Collins’s The Hunger Games Novel Trilogy (2008):Marxist Theory.

INTRODUCTION Strategy Of Oppression Against The People By The Ruling Elite Reflected In Suzzane Collins’s The Hunger Games Novel Trilogy (2008):Marxist Theory.

In the The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2009) novel firstly tells when President Snow visits Katniss in her home and inform because of her action in arena it makes people in the others districts do rebellion. President Snow threatens Katniss to make sure all of the people in district believe that what she did in arena was driven by love not by rebellion, it is purposes to stop uprising in the districts. In the other hand, President Snow has another strategy to change the attention of the rebellion in Districts by held Quarter Quell. He tells that this Quarter Quell will be played by previous victors from each Districts. Furthermore, from the district 12 there are three victors, Peeta, Haymitch, and Katniss. Peeta and Katniss choose as the player to join in this Quarter Quell but in the end of this game Katniss destroyed the arena by her arrow and at that time the arena was destroyed and she survived by Plutarch Heavensbee who leave the capitol. At that time President Snow which monitor the game surprised and he know that that Plutarch was run away, from this incident President Snow declares war on the rebel forces.
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Submitted in Partial Fulfillments of the Requirements for the Degree of Sarjana Humaniora in English and Literature Department of the Faculty of Adab and Humanities of Alauddin Makassar

Submitted in Partial Fulfillments of the Requirements for the Degree of Sarjana Humaniora in English and Literature Department of the Faculty of Adab and Humanities of Alauddin Makassar

In this research, the writer found that the novel “Crossed” by Ally Condie, showed the social condition in capitalist society like class distinction and human exploitation. In class distinction, the class is divided into two classes; upper class and lower class. The upper classes are the Society or Institution and Officer. The lower classes are cassia, Ky, Indie and Vick. In human exploitation, it shows that lower class is exploited by the upper class such us determining their death, activity, citizen, love, and punishment. It also showed capitalist exploitation that causes class struggle by the lower through rebellion. Class struggle showed in the novel has the same goals with Marx’s theory and Islamic perception about getting free from oppression and exploitation.
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