3 edition of College women in the nuclear age found in the catalog.
College women in the nuclear age
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||LC1756 .F34 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||2011001100|
The global non-nuclear norm is stronger than ever. Most of the non-nuclear weapon states party to the NPT believe what the treaty says: We should eliminate nuclear weapons. Sixty-six percent of the U.S. public feels the same way. There’s more good news. Nuclear war and nuclear terrorism threaten women just as much as men. Indeed, women may be more susceptible than men to certain nuclear dangers, such as cancers associated with women's influence over nuclear policy is dismally low. This holds true at both the national and international levels, and holds true in the realms of politics, military affairs, and .
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College Women in the Nuclear Age takes a fresh look at these women, showing them actively searching for their place in the world while engaging with the Cited by: 3.
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The Atomic Age, also known as the Atomic Era, is the period of history following the detonation of the first nuclear weapon, The Gadget at the Trinity test in New Mexico, on Jduring World War gh nuclear chain reactions had been hypothesized in and the first artificial self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction (Chicago Pile-1) had taken place in December.
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Details *. The Nuclear Age is about one man's slightly insane attempt to come to terms with a dilemma that confronts us alla little thing called The Bomb. The year isand William Cowling has finally found the courage to meet his fears head-on.
Cowling's courage takes the form of a hole that he begins digging in his backyard in an effort to "bury" all thoughts of the /5. Getting married right out of high school or while in college was considered the norm. A common stereotype was that women went to college to get a "Mrs." (pronounced M.R.S.) degree, meaning a Author: American Experience.
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Bennett College is the only historically African American college for women in North Carolina and is one of two such HBCUs in the country. Founded in as a coed institution and reorganized as a college exclusively for women intoday Bennett is a private, four-year liberal arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church.
Since the dawn of the nuclear age men have dominated and controlled nuclear weapons design and policy. As Benjamin A. Valentino, Associate Professor of Government, and Coordinator, War and Peace Studies Program, Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College says, it is only recently that women have had access to positions of power.
Friedan used statistics and interviews to illustrate women’s desire to achieve the feminine mystique. For instance, by the end of the s, 14 million girls were becoming engaged by and the average age of marriage had dropped to The number of women in college dropped from 47 percent in to 35 percent in Get outside with a new book from COMSTOCK PUBLISHING REVISIT THE PAST with our MEDIEVAL STUDIES CATALOG Journals.
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Nuclear Power School is a technical school operated by the U.S. Navy in Goose Creek, South Carolina to train enlisted sailors, officers, KAPL civilians and Bettis civilians for shipboard nuclear power plant operation and maintenance of surface ships and submarines in the U.S.
nuclear United States Navy currently operates 95 total nuclear power plants including 71 Campus: NNPTC on, Joint Base Charleston. WiN Global, an organization of over 2, professional women and men in 60 countries, was established in by a small group of women working in a variety of nuclear fields in Europe and the U.S.
They were, and remain, interested in sharing their knowledge about nuclear technologies with women who are concerned about nuclear applications. Briefly, % of women but only % of men in the Swedish public oppose nuclear power (a percentage difference of %); % of women but only % of men in municipal-level elected office oppose nuclear power (a percentage difference of %); and % of women but only % of men in county-level elected office oppose Cited by: 9.
WNN Radio WINGS radio show producer Susan Galleymore talks about women and the atomic age after the end of World War II. Pauline Silvia was a Navy biologist testing effects of radiation in the s. In her daughter’s documentary Atomic Mom, Pauline wonders why her research was even done, and why the answers were ignored.
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