The Elizabethan Era

The Elizabethan Era
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  • Jones, Grace. “Rights of Women 1500's - 1600's and Now - Role Of Women: Elizabethan Age.” Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services.  Sok, Scott. Gender Roles In Elizabethan Society . www.deanza.edu/faculty/pesanojulie/pdf/genderroles.ppt.
  • My schooling is already over, and it is time now to search for a husband.
  • Jones, Grace. “Rights of Women 1500's - 1600's and Now - Role Of Women: Elizabethan Age.” Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services.  Sok, Scott. Gender Roles In Elizabethan Society . www.deanza.edu/faculty/pesanojulie/pdf/genderroles.ppt.
  • I now pronounce you man and wife, you may kiss the bride.
  • Jones, Grace. “Rights of Women 1500's - 1600's and Now - Role Of Women: Elizabethan Age.” Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services.  Sok, Scott. Gender Roles In Elizabethan Society . www.deanza.edu/faculty/pesanojulie/pdf/genderroles.ppt.
  • It's hard to keep up with him and clean the house, but everything is done. Yes, dinner is ready. 
  • How is John? Is dinner ready?
  • Once a woman learned basic knowledge, if they weren't born into a wealthy family, they had to run the household. From birth, woman were taught how to govern and preform domestic duties, so when they were married, their husbands would be proud. If they wanted a further education, they would have to find a tutor. Women were not given the same opportunities as men, and put in the spot as the less superior gender. ES
  • After their education is finished, woman were expected to immediately get married. Woman were expected to bring dowry into the marriage, and could not get a divorce. They did not get to make their own life decisions, and had to accept what the men gave them. Since women's daily lives were dependent on the man, they were not ever viewed as anything more than a housewife.ES
  • Daily expectations of woman included taking care of children, cleaning, making meals, doing laundry, and taking care of the man/husband. The man was responsible to support the family through a variety of occupations. Women didn't have any pride left for themselves, they were looked down upon because they weren't given any freedom to make a decision. ES 
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