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Chap 24 Women Euro

AP European History- 2011 Gilstrap mid-year review

London 1860 ethnological society excludes women from discussions on grounds that subject mattter of customs of primitive peoples
T.H Huxley led the exclusion of women from discussions on London grounds
Karl Vogt (1817-1895) leading German Anthropologist; viewed women as weaker than men and believed they should not discuss sexual matters; supported education for women
"Descent of Man" written by Charles Darwin; indicated ideas of Huxley and Vogt
Karen Horney (1885-1952) women psychanalyst; challenged Freud's views on women
Sigmund Freud saw women aw weaker and less able than men; believed women's role was motherhood
Melanie Klein (1882-1960) supported Karen Horney and challenged Freud's ideas
August Comte his thoughts were owed to Rousseau; portrayed women as biologically and intellectually inferior to men
Herbert Spencer wanted improvement for women but thought they could never achieve equality with men
Emile Durkheim portrayed women as creatures of feeling and family rather than of intellect
Max Weber favored improvements for conditions of women; did not really support significant changes in social roles or relationship with men
Contagious Diseases Act law for prostitutes in Britain that forced any women identified as or suspected of prostitution to be locked in a women's hospital for veneral diseases; made to protect sailors and soldiers; assumed women were inferior and treated them irrationally
Ladies' National Association for the Repeal of the Contagious Diseases Act middle class women; actively opposed laws, achived suspension of acts in 1883 and repeal in 1886
Josephine Butler (1828-1906) leader of the Ladies' National Association for the Repeal of the Contagious Diseases Act
General Austrian Womens' Association combated legal regulation of prostitution which put women under control of police authorities
Auguste Ficke (1833-1916) leader of the General Austrian Womens' Association
Mothers' Protection League (Bund fur Mutterschutz) married and unmarried women needed help of state (leaves for pregnancy and child care); emphasized the need to rethink all sexual morality
Ellen Key (1849-1926) Swedish; wrote "Century of the Child" and "Renaissance of Motherhood" (maintained motherhood as crucial to society and government, rather than husbands should support mother and children)
Contraception early advocates for contraception were influenced by social Darwinism; hoped limits on number of children would allow more healthy and intelligent children to survive
Marie Stopes (1880-1958) Englishwoman who pioneered contraception clinics in poor districts of London
Created by: Camila17