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Women's Rights in Australia

Summary: In the past women have had the minority of legal rights, being unable to vote or cast political views, particularly in Australia. They were also degradingly classed as inferior to men and positioned to a life of a housewife. Women were seen during the 18th and 19th century in which the last 150 years centered around as an object. They were merely a child riser and housekeeping.
Legal Studies

Area of Study: Women

a) In what ways has the role of women in society changed over the last 150 years"

The role of women has changed immensely and rapidly over the last 150 years. Since 1855 the role and status of women have vastly changed giving greater opportunities for women in career opportunities, employment, social status and political accolades.

In the past women have had the minority of legal rights, being unable to vote or cast political views. They were also degradingly classed as inferior to men and positioned to a life of a housewife. Women were seen during the 18th and 19th century in which the last 150 years centered around as an object. They were merely a child riser and housekeeping. Initially women were the purpose to keep the family together. It was understood that men married for the sole purpose of producing offspring which should then...

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