duties of women a course of lectures by Frances Power Cobbe

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Published by Williams and Norgate in London .

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  • Women -- Social and moral questions.,
  • Women -- Conduct of life.

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Statementby Frances Power Cobbe.
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Pagination193p. ;
Number of Pages193
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Open LibraryOL19809299M

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Women had a secondary social status in ancient Israel. There are scenes where the role of women in Jewish society reflects a secondary status.

For example, when Elizabeth names John, using a name without family precedent, the assumption is that she has acted independently and in a manner inappropriate for her culture (Luke –62).

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Women often participated in vital cottage industries, such as brewing, baking and manufacturing textiles. The most common symbol of the peasant woman was the distaff – a tool used for spinning flax and wool. Women did have some role in ritual life as represented in the Bible, though they could not be priests.

Neither could just any man, only Levites could be priests. Women (as well as men) were required to make a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem once a year (men each of the three main festivals if they could) and offer the Passover sacrifice.

As women’s roles have begun to change, the responsibility of a woman in society can sometimes be a little unclear. If we say that her role is to bare children, some may be up in arms stating that this is derogatory or biased – even though biologically we are the only gender who can actually bare children.

Women bore children, cared for them, and did most of their work in and around the household and the neighborhood. Men worked out in the wider world, interacting with the larger society and engaging in its business. Men provided for and protected the households and communities where the women engaged in their duties and raised the children.

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Women were generally expected to marry and perform household and motherly duties rather than seek formal education. Even women who were not successful in finding husbands were generally expected to remain uneducated, and to take a position in childcare (as a governess or as a supporter to other members of her family).

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