By M.D. Bialeschki
A transforming into physique of women's reports literature and rest literature exists. This special e-book brings jointly those parts in a manner that enables the reader to view women's rest from numerous views assisting to supply possibilities for equality, integrity and freedom of selection inside relaxation.
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Also, being outside was considered healthy for women. Some of the popular outdoor activities were horseback riding, swimming-bathing, ice and roller-skating, biking, and sleigh/carriage riding (Gerber, Felshin, Berline, & Wyrick, 1974). ” Any activity that emphasized beauty and aesthetic appeal was most in keeping with the transcendent female image, and was more acceptable from the viewpoint of society. This attitude affected not only the choice of outdoor activities, but the style in which they were played: Essentially, sport for the 19th century American woman was initially in a few acceptable activities.
From these women’s movements came some major societal changes. Women were granted the vote and increased freedoms such as less restrictive clothing and greater sport opportunities. The notion of the “ideal woman” also began to wane. While an era of conservatism returned in the 1930s, women’s strides were never lost. Feminist issues continued to exist and were supported by various organizations, albeit more quietly, until the years of the Depression, World War II, and the 1960s when they once again began to gain visibility.
In industrial society, there was a decisive shift. Fatherhood became connected with a man’s successful performance in labor and business as a way of showing that he could provide for his family. Marriage and motherhood remained the societally approved career for a woman. Thus, the world of men, work, and business became physically separated from the domestic sphere, and motherhood and the “work” associated with that role remained the world of women (Lerner, 1977). The changes that occurred because of industrialization also sharpened class distinctions among women.