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The Ladies' Garment Worker Speaks Volumes For The Woman Worker And Writer, Carolyn J. Cei Feb 2019

The Ladies' Garment Worker Speaks Volumes For The Woman Worker And Writer, Carolyn J. Cei

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The nine volumes of The Ladies’ Garment Worker, put through text analysis, would help find the voice of the International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union through their own publications. On a CUNY Commons site this analysis would provide digital images of each publication along with a timeline of frequently-used words and phrases that connect to each other; this analysis would establish the main “voice” and identity of the ILGWU women that would create a personified entity during these the issue that is analyzed, which is Volume 1 that was published throughout 1901. The identity of women workers, even under the unionization ...


In Her Own Words: Make A (Mission) Statement, Diana V. Macri Mar 2015

In Her Own Words: Make A (Mission) Statement, Diana V. Macri

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Creating a personal mission statement will allow faculty to remain focused on what their core purpose is. Remaining focused on this purpose will facilitate career growth and personal happiness.


Coming Of Age In Neoliberal New York, Jennifer Hope Sugg Jun 2014

Coming Of Age In Neoliberal New York, Jennifer Hope Sugg

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Thirty years of neoliberal policies have left New York a divided city, with ever-rising rates of income inequality and widening social disparity. Structural transformations associated with global capitalism have led to divergent experiences for male and female youth coming of age in the 21st century. Girls are experiencing greater social integration and social mobility whereas, boys are facing social exclusion and limited opportunities. As young men precariously forge new transitions to adulthood, young women are constructed as ideal flexible subjects, benefiting from feminist achievements, and advancing in the new service economy. Yet in reality, girls continue to face gendered base ...


Aaas Lecture Series On Women In Science And Engineering, Maribel Vazquez Jun 2004

Aaas Lecture Series On Women In Science And Engineering, Maribel Vazquez

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The winning essay for a Travel Award from the American Association for the Advancement in Science Women Lecture Series.

http://ehrweb.aaas.org/womeninscience/essays/vazquez.htm