Citations with the tag: WOMEN
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- WE Globetrot.
// WE International; Spring/Summer98, Issue 44/45, p9
Presents information on various news briefs relating to women isues from around the world. Decision of the French government to feminize all professional and political titles applying to women; Details of the `Healthy Girls Can Do Anything' campaign in Australia; Information on the Aburukundo...
- Chicago's 100 most influential women.
// Crain's Chicago Business; 12/30/96 Book of Lists, Vol. 19 Issue 53, p83
Presents the names of the most influential women in Chicago, Illinois.
- Old cricket says.
// Cricket; Mar1996, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p64
Focuses on heroic women. Includes Charlotte and Emily Bronte; Jane Austen; Composer Fanny Mendelssohn; Painter Mary Cassat.
- Killer bimbos.
Grenier, R. // Commentary; Sep91, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p50
Contends that women in today's films frequently alternate aspects of the `half woman, half tiger' and the female `role model.' Kathleen Turner's role in `V.I. Warshawski'; Jodie Foster's role in `Silence of the Lambs'; Movie `Sleeping with the Enemy'; `Thelma and Louise,' the most ambitious,...
- The Ladies' club.
Heisler, E. // Country Living; Apr89, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p54
Recounts childhood memories of Depression-era gatherings. Describes a club in which ladies took turns meeting in each other's homes.
- Supersuccessful women: Is it their hormones?
De Santis, M. // Cosmopolitan; Jun90, Vol. 208 Issue 6, p70
Reports briefly, that very successful women secrete higher levels of the hormone norepinephrine, which makes them perceive stress as pleasant.
- What smart women know.
Carter, S.; Sokol, J. // Cosmopolitan; Nov90, Vol. 209 Issue 5, p282
Informs women on the basic qualities that makes them smart and gives them the best chances for personal and emotional happiness. Trusting values; Avoiding obsessions; Other advice concerning romantic relationships.
- Bringing up yourself...or, you did it your way.
Jacoby, S. // Cosmopolitan; Nov90, Vol. 209 Issue 5, p290
Advises women on how to stop replaying childhood patterns and to rise above their upbringing. Features success stories; Suggests taking full control over adult life.
- The women who write the scripts.
Wiley, M. // Cosmopolitan; Nov90, Vol. 209 Issue 5, p294
Features several female Hollywood scriptwriters, who reveal how their stories made it onto the screen. Leslie Dixon who wrote `Madhouse'; Nora Ephron who wrote `Silkwood'; Anne Spielberg who wrote `Big'; Also includes, Susan Sandler, Mary Agnes Donoghue, Naomi Foner, and Anne Hamilton Phelan.
- Safe at last: The wondrous refuge of the ladies' room.
Diamond, J. // Cosmopolitan; May92, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p102
Reflects on the emotional value of the ladies' room. Different reasons why women seek refuge in a ladies' room; Author's personal experiences in ladies' rooms; Comparing public bathrooms, personal bathrooms and other public bathrooms.
- Hunting for a job? Try the animal kingdom
Perry, Betsy; Simmons, Lisa // Cosmopolitan; Jan1993, Vol. 214 Issue 1, p172
Profiles ten fiercely ambitious women who have chosen a satisfying career in the animal kingdom. Natalie Osborn, 33, rides elephants in the circus; Julie King, 34, a publicist for a Georgia refuge; Leslie Appel, 24, a veterinary student; Renee Lynn, 37, wildlife photographer; Others.
- Why don't you...
Perry, Betsy; Simmons, Lisa // Cosmopolitan; Mar1993, Vol. 214 Issue 3, p132
No abstract available.
- No such thing as a man's job anymore.
Perry, Betsy F.; Simmons, Lisa // Cosmopolitan; Mar1993, Vol. 214 Issue 3, p186
No abstract available.
- The way we were.
Perry, Betsy F.; Simmons, Lisa // Cosmopolitan; Mar1996, Vol. 220 Issue 3, p136
Presents questions related to the accomplishments of women.
- Why don't you.
Perry, Betsy F.; Simmons, Lisa // Cosmopolitan; Nov96, Vol. 221 Issue 5, p82
Suggests some activities for women to indulge in. Includes having a boyfriend for cocoa; Wearing a purple sweater with skinny black tights; Picking up some weights for arm exercises.
- `Feminism' & the Catholic Church.
Perry, Betsy F.; Simmons, Lisa // Commonweal; 10/4/85, Vol. 112 Issue 18, p516
Editorial. Kudos to the National Conference of Catholic Bishops for recent, positive statements with diverse women on a proposed pastoral letter. But their singling out of the need to define a church role toward `secular feminism' has an ominousring--a hint of necessarily adverse relationship...
- Women's ministry to the American unchurched.
Perry, Betsy F.; Simmons, Lisa // Commonweal; 6/6/86, Vol. 113 Issue 11, p334
Women's ministry to the American unchurched should be considered in light of the increasingly problematic role of women in the church and the growing need to clarify the meaning of ministry in a changing church.
- Looking good at every age.
Washington, E.B. // Essence (Essence); Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p36
Profiles seven black women ranging in age from 31 to 94. They tell how they keep looking young through diet, exercise, and positive attitudes.
- Sister savvy.
Morgan, J. // Essence (Essence); Feb1991, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p80
Presents a quiz on the identities of ten well-known African queens.
- Baby love.
Abdullah, G.H. // Essence (Essence); Jul91, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p24
Relates the author's thoughts while seeking maternity at the age of 37. Regrets waiting so long before trying to have children; Took birth-control pills for 17 years; Decision to avoid elaborate testing in favor of wives' tales; Focuses on what she has in order to come to terms with her current...
- Women in action.
Gregory, Deborah // Essence (Essence); Jul93, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p30
Reports on the formation of bonds. Child's college education; Face value; Interests; Where to buy; Contact information.
- Women in the world to watch.
Brown, E. // Essence (Essence); Mar1988, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p57
Nine strong and fearless women in other parts of the world who are movers and shakers in their countries' struggles for freedom and justice.
- One Last Face.
Brown, E. // Faces (07491387); Mar2003, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p48
No abstract available.
- Ma'ssoum's tale: The personal and political transformations of a young Iranian `feminist' and her...
Bauer, Janet // Feminist Studies; Fall93, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p519
Reflects on the personal and political change in Ma'ssoum's life story. As an 18-year-old psychology student; As a 20-year-old activist; Revolutionary transformation of Sanam to Ma'ssoum; As the exiled Sanam from Khayyam; Feminism and political context of exile; Stories from other Iranian...
- Women in the middle.
Hoyt, M. // Good Housekeeping; Jan1988, Vol. 206 Issue 1, p54
Concerns the `sandwich generation'--women responsible for both children and aging parents. Four case histories detail the joys, heartaches and solutions each woman has found.
- The way we are.
Wyse, L. // Good Housekeeping; Sep90, Vol. 211 Issue 3, p314
Editorial. Claims that a woman's silence is not always a quiet thing but can be a thundering response to all she dares not question.
- Memo from Washington D.C.
Adams, M. // Good Housekeeping; Dec90, Vol. 211 Issue 6, pB1H4
Describes the accomplishments of four women that have been particularly `patriotic' in their work for the United States. Representative Corinne `Lindy' Boggs; Dr. Dorothy Height, president, National Council of Negro Women; Shirley Temple Black, Ambassador to Czechoslovakia; Senator Nancy L....
- Turning points.
Gerbasi, B. // Good Housekeeping; May91, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p1h
Examines five women all of whom have overcome personal crisis and have grabbed a second chance to get what they want most out of life. Paula Broxmeyer Gione, a self-described agoraphobic; Nora Bredes's work against a nuclear power plant at Shoreham, N.Y.; Gwen Osnos and her work with nonprofit...
- Before they vote!
Mark, Erika Reider; Brown, Christiane N. // Good Housekeeping; Nov92, Vol. 215 Issue 5, p267
Presents a breakdown of how Bill Clinton and George Bush stand on issues of particular concern to women. Women in the workplace; Care for young children; Education; Abortion; Health care; Family issues.
- Sisters sisters.
Mark, Erika Reider; Brown, Christiane N. // Good Housekeeping; Feb93, Vol. 216 Issue 2, p138
Presents several photos of sisters and descriptions of their special relationships. Judi Le Clair and sister Lisa who are 20 years apart; The Wedow sisters who grew up with four brothers; The identical Anderson twins who each serve as the other's main support system; More.
- Joyce Brothers, Ph.D.
Brothers, Joyce // Good Housekeeping; Jan94, Vol. 218 Issue 1, p36
Answers different questions from women. Resentment over husband's infidelity; Self-consciousness; Interpersonal relationships.
- Fast facts.
Brothers, Joyce // Good Housekeeping; May94, Vol. 218 Issue 5, p235
Reports on news and developments related to women. Includes physical fitness activities among working women; Percentage of divorced Americans who lived together prior to marriage; Traffic accidents.
- Stepping off the fast track.
Trashis, L. // Harper's Bazaar; Oct90, Issue 3346, p167
Presents several brief profiles of working women who have left the fast-track for family or sanity. Difficulty adjusting to a slower pace; Feelings of ambivalence experienced; Thoughts on the transition.
- 100 most talked-about women.
Trashis, L. // Harper's Bazaar; Oct90, Issue 3346, p222
Lists the 100 most talked-about women throughout history. Includes such categories as martyrs, seductresses, rebels, flashy dressers, beauties and power brokers.
- Stylish originals.
Ettlinger, C. // Harper's Bazaar; Aug91, Issue 3356, p130
No abstract available.
Ettlinger, C. // Hecate; 2004, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p4
Introduces a series of articles on the struggle for women's suffrage in Australia.
- Economic development has improved lives of Asian women, but cultural traditions can limit its...
Edwards, S. // International Family Planning Perspectives; Jun96, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p81
Reports on the improvement of living conditions of women in the three subregions of Asia. Literacy and education; Employment; Age at marriage; Life expectancy; Preference for sons.
- The down side of wealth.
Althaus, Frances A. // International Family Planning Perspectives; Sep97, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p99
Provides information on a study based on data from the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research which reveals that women who live in poor households in Bangladesh has greater freedom than women in wealthy households. Accompaniment of wealthy women by their husbands when leaving the...
- Can a liberated woman enlarge her bust, dye her hair and improve on mother nature?
Fields, Suzanne // Insight on the News; 08/04/97, Vol. 13 Issue 28, p48
Opinion. Focuses on women and their looks, while focusing on Cindy, an Ohio farm girl. Circumstances which resulted in several changes within her life; Description of Cindy after cosmetic-surgery; Comments from Cindy after her change; Description of her life before the surgery.
- On campus with women.
Fields, Suzanne // Liberal Education; Sep/Oct91, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p40
Presents excerpts from the report `Women at Thirtysomething: Paradoxes of Attainment,' from the US Department of Education. Report's basis on a longitudinal study of the educational achievements of women and men from high school through the age of 32; Perceived benefits from higher education;...
- Salute to Long Island women.
Fields, Suzanne // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 03/02/98, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p8
Profiles six women in Long Island, New York who are included in a group of notable women honored for the event titled `Long Island Women Today--Making a Difference' in March 1998. Actress Maude Adams; Volunteers Josephine and Frances Smith; Verina Morton-Jones, founder of the Harriet Tubman...
- Long Island women made a difference.
Fields, Suzanne // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 03/16/98, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p21
Part III. Profiles some of the women of Long Island, New York who made notable contributions in politics, business, science, history, social works and other fields. Includes Lady Deborah Moody, a religious dissenter and colonial founder; Quakers and sisters Mary, Hannah and Lydia Wright; Edith...
- Long Island women who made a difference.
Fields, Suzanne // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 03/23/98, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p52
Part IV. Profiles women of Long Island, New York who have made a difference in their communities. Includes Abigail Eliza Leonard, quiet innovator; Kate Mason Hofstra and Alicia Patterson; Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy.
- Long Island women who made a difference.
Fields, Suzanne // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 03/30/98, Vol. 45 Issue 13, p16
Part V. Profiles several influential women from Long Island, New York who contributed to the development of the city. Includes painter Mary Nimmo Moran; Artists Gertrude Whitney; Writer Jeanette Edwards Rattray.
- Historic TIDBITS.
Fields, Suzanne // National Parks; Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 76 Issue 7/8, p13
Focuses on the council formed by women in 1952 to protect the Indiana Dunes State park from development. Role of the council in the authorization of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore as a Park Service site in 1966.
- Japanese research opens its doors to women.
Crossley, M. // New Scientist; 2/8/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1807, p18
Focuses on a report by the Japanese government which urges the creation of an environment to encourage women to study and work in science. The government hopes to tap a new vein of talent to overcome a growing shortage of young scientists and engineers. What steps the report suggested;...
- Ranya's Bahrain.
Ahmed, Ranya // New Moon; Nov/Dec2003, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p10
Focuses on the legal, political and social issues faced by women in Bahrain as of November 2003.
- Lucretia Avenged.
Kovacs, Deborah // Calliope; Dec2007, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p20
The article offers information on the life of Lucretia, wife of Collatinus and the avenge of Lucretia's death in Rome.
- Warnings, advice and encouragement: Thoughts from three women physicists.
Kovacs, Deborah // Physics Today; Aug92, Vol. 45 Issue 8, Part 1 p38
Presents comments from three women physicists on the status of women in the field of physics. Vera C. Rubin, astronomer; Sara Majetich, assistant professor of physics at Carnegie Mellon University; Sarah Bolton, a third-year graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley;...
- How it looks from the top
Knack, Ruth // Planning; Jul1991, Vol. 57 Issue 7, p14
No abstract available.