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  • Analysis: Tool Mark Impressions

    long with the head being ½ inches wide, it also had very strong signs of wear and the end was very noticeable. Next was a Philips head screw driver, it had a red and black handle, and had a darker tip that was 5/16 inches wide. The screw driver was 8 ¼ inches long and had some rust spots and it with common wear marks. Then, I observed a Craftsman flat head screw driver, it was 11 13/16 inches long with a 5/16 inch wide tip. It also had a red, white, and blue handle, furthermore it had rust on the tip with common wear marks. For the second part, when we took the Mikrosil solution off of the marks, you could really see the tools shape and marks. D. Relevant Literature & Information from Textbook “A tool mark is any impression, cut, gouge, or abrasion caused by a tool coming into contact with another object. Most often, tool marks are encountered at burglary scenes that involve forcible entry into a building or safe. Generally, these marks occur as indented impressions into a softer surface or abrasion marks caused by the tool cutting or sliding against another object.” (Chapter 8, Page 188) “Typically, an impression is left on the frame of a door or window as a result of the prying action of a screwdriver or crowbar. A careful examination of these impressions can reveal important class characteristics – that is, the size and shape of the tool. However, they rarely reveal significant individual characteristics that could permit the examiner to individualize the mark to…

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  • Olympe De Gouges Analysis

    Let’s start with the Declaration of the Rights of Women by Olympe de Gouges, which was written in 1791. De Gouge fearlessly criticized not just the men of politics, but the entire population of men, and didn’t hold back on the words she used to describe them. She asserted that having superior genders is nothing but “empty pretentions” and women should wake up and disrupt this cycle. She also stated that equality could be achieved if women would stand up, unite, and have the will to use their…

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  • Olympe De Gouges Essay

    It was possible to observed multiple dimensions of inequality and expressions of discrimination against women in access, use and control of opportunities, decision-making and management of resources and services, as well as the lack of recognition of their rights. Olympe de Gouges in its Declaration of women's rights and citizenship (1791) required for women the rights of freedom and equality proclaimed by the French Revolution. It was the first document in which the female vote was required as…

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  • Analysis Of Gouges Declaration For The Rights Of Women

    Gouges’ declaration asserted that a lack and neglect for the rights of woman was the sole cause of public misfortune. Directed at Queen Marie Antoinette amidst political scrutiny to implore reformations on the equality of rights of men and women, it also expounds to Gouges’ fellow ‘citizenesses’ that they possess natural rights that are unalienable, insuppressible and endowed by the Creator in both genders, evident in its Article (4) and (5) . In this analysis, I argue that although Gouges’…

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  • Marie Gouges Fight For Equal Rights

    Author: Marie Gouges (7 May 1748 - 3 November 1793) was one of the first women to fight for equal rights. Although she was born Marie Gouges, she went by the name of Olympe Deauges because she did not want to be recognize as a widow when she got married and wanted to start another life in Paris with a different name that she choose from a combination of her mother and father’s name. Born in Montauban, Quercy in the south of France, De Gouges was not your typical woman. She shorty found…

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  • Women In The Enlightenment Era

    Women played a vital role in evolution of the Enlightenment Era. The women of the Enlightenment were the creators of feminism, they gave birth to the Women Liberation Movement. Female activists like Mary Wollstonecraft and Olympe de Gouges broke ground for modern feminists like Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes. To this day women are still fighting to break the glass ceilings holding them back, such as the current wage gap. Women of the enlightenment began the over three-hundred-year…

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  • Olympe De Gouges The Rights Of Woman Analysis

    Revolution Throughout history, numerous people have started revolutions in many ways by displaying progressive ideas and fighting for the liberal changes in their society. One such example is Olympe de Gouges, who courageously advocated for the rights of women in her writing “The Rights of Woman”. During Gouges’ time, women were living by social standards that made them inferior to men. In hopes of influencing the public with her notions and showing support for the females, Gouges, despite…

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  • Olympe De Gouges: Declaration Of The Rights Of Man

    Revolution is a time of change and women wanted their lives and their rights to improve along with the men’s. However, without De Gouges’ Declaration there would have been no one speaking for women. Her declaration state almost identical rights for women as the “Declaration of the rights of Man” states for men. De Gouges wanted equal treatment and equal punishment, which was not provided to them before. Before the revolution, women were given almost no rights when it came to terms of custody or…

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  • Similarities Between Frederick Douglass And Olympe De Gouges

    During the 18th and 19th centuries, both Frederick Douglass and Olympe de Gouges were implicitly forced by their government to fight against civil right violations. In the 19th century, Frederick Douglass released The Right to Criticize American Institution corresponding to Slavery and its ill-willed repercussions amongst 3,000,000 people of color in America. In the 18th century, Olympe de Gouges released Declaration of the Rights of Woman and of the Female Citizen which was a reinterpretation…

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  • An Analysis Of Olympe De Gouge's Declaration Of The Rights Of Women

    Olympe de Gouge was a French revolutionary writer in the 18th century. Gouge was well educated and relocated to Paris after the death of her husband with the hopes of becoming a playwright and political pamphleteer (Frankforter, 491). Although she also wrote about the abolition of slavery, she is most famous for her document Declaration of the rights of Women (Frankforter, 491). It was her persistence to influence revolutionary change for woman’s rights that resulted in her execution by the…

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