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Baby Youve Come a Long Way

Summary: In most societies males occupy positions of power and dominance relative to those of females. This gender-based system of hierarchical relations in which men are accorded power, status and wealth is now termed patriarchy. Women have contributed enormously to the formation of Australian society. Women's accounts of their experiences only started to emerge throughout the 1970's.
Women have contributed enormously to the formation of Australian society. Women's accounts of their experiences only started to emerge throughout the 1970's. In the past 150 years, the rights and roles of women have changed considerably. Women have fought vigorously for the recognition of the work they are responsible for at home. Almost all women were confined in their public life to working with charitable organisations, owing to the fact that politicians and business people frowned upon permitting women to work, as it may have jeopardized them from attending to their childrearing and housekeeping obligations. Women have done an assortment of work. However, most of it has been unpaid or inadequately paid. Women were, and continue to be the pillars of strength for their families and communities. They have borne children and have kept families and homes together. They have supported their families when their...

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