Womens rights in the 1500's

Womens rights in the 1500's
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  •     Bovey,Alixe. “Women in Medieval Society.” The British Library, The British Library,17 Jan. 2014, www.bl.uk/the-middle-ages/articles/women-in-medieval-society.      Jones,Grace, and Rina Hamiti. “Rights of Women in the 1500.” Google Sites, GoogleSites,  sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services.
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  •     Bovey,Alixe. “Women in Medieval Society.” The British Library, The British Library,17 Jan. 2014, www.bl.uk/the-middle-ages/articles/women-in-medieval-society.      Jones,Grace, and Rina Hamiti. “Rights of Women in the 1500.” Google Sites, GoogleSites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services.
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  •     Bovey,Alixe. “Women in Medieval Society.” The British Library, The British Library,17 Jan. 2014, www.bl.uk/the-middle-ages/articles/women-in-medieval-society.      Jones,Grace, and Rina Hamiti. “Rights of Women in the 1500.” Google Sites, GoogleSites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services.
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  • Women in the 1500's were put at a disadvantage for their future. An example is, their main job is to cook and clean, but mostly known for manufacturing textiles ,cloths, on a distaff. By limiting women choices on jobs, it gave them less of an opportunity like education or a different career path.                           KE
  • Women in the 1500's were put at a disadvantage for their future.  For example, women were not allow to inherit their fathers last name or even choose their own husbands.  Which shows how men were so overpowering they thought they had to make the decision for women because they could not handle it. KE
  • Women in the 1500's were put an disadvantage for their future. An example is women had little to none control over their profession. Also, they could not act or write in a play.  By reducing the choices of what women could do in their free time  it limited  women's creativity and stop them from reaching their highest potential.  KE
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