European Women Continuities

During the time period from 1750 to 1900 European women has experienced many changes and continuities. For changes, women socially has changed as they were given more opportunities for varies jobs. Politically women have started movements against the society for their individual rights. While for the continuities experience by women were many. Socially continuities include women still bounded to their role in the house, women weren’t given rights to vote, as the society politically are still patriarchal. While economically, women weren’t pay as much as men in jobs.

Before 1750 European women’s jobs opportunities and opinions weren’t a lot as they are viewed to be inferior then men. But around 1700s to 1900s, because of the industrial revolution
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The continuance of women’s domestic role in one’s house didn’t change over time. Socially, women from the very beginning always have been bounded in home. For an example, during the renaissances time period, lower class women expected to both take care of the family at home and still work outside. Wealth women were often excluded from public (often stay home and supervise the nanny or maid). In 1800s middle class women were still expected to supervise the domestic servants, manage household, direct children education. The ideal middle-class woman was an “angel in the house” “the family’s moral guardian.” Women politically were still the same and follow on the continuity of the role that they always have adapted to. The societies in the 1800s to 1900s were still mostly patriarchal. Women didn’t have any voice in the political status, they were view inferior as in women were only supposed to stay home and clean the house. Women’s status politically was always undermined, by 1900 no European countries allow women to vote. Finally the economically status for women is still the same and remain continuance as in the women always give pay less then men. Women were given much variety of jobs in the 1800s to 1900s but even thought that a lots of opportunities were given, the wages for …show more content…
Social change for women was a major key, women in the 1800s were able to have opportunities to have different jobs, from, typists, and telephone operators many jobs and opportunities to perfect the society was given to women. Before this change women’s jobs weren’t a lot to choose from. Politically women begin to pursue political movement for their rights. Many feminist and other writer and reformer have sought to protest for women’s right. Olympia de Gouge sought to start political movement for women, as she demanded that women be given the same rights as man in her Declaration of the Rights of Women and of the Female Citizen. Mary Wollstonecraft wrote A Vindication of the Rights of Women to defend the rights of women. Before 18th century women’s right weren’t much given. There were many continuities experience by women, socially women were still bounded by their duties in the household and is view to stay home and mange the house, like always. Politically women didn’t have any voice in the political status, they view inferior and weren’t given the right to vote. And economically women were pay less compare to men, women would only receive have of the wages that men receive, even thought they worked same amount of time. This is related to the women’s status during World War I. This is particularly similar to the women in World War I because during the war women roles

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