Role models are important because they help guide people in the right direction as they make life decisions, they provide inspiration and support when needed, and they provide examples of how to live a fulfilling, happy life. When observing the behavior, decisions or actions of a role model, individ
During childhood, people need role models so they can learn how to behave with compassion and in a socially acceptable manner. Adults also need role models to behave in an ethical and positive manner.
Children who have positive role models are more equipped to make healthy life decisions. Studies have shown that kids with good role models have higher self-esteem and better academic performance than those who do not.
In the United States, women enjoy more equality, work opportunities, higher wages and voting rights now than in past decades. Women traditionally served as homemakers and housewives, having roles confined to bearing and raising children and performing domestic activities such as cooking and cleaning
Some of the top models in history include, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Christie Brinkley, Carol Alt and Iman. Most of these models have been household names over the years and are usually recognizable on sight even without following the fashion world. Some of these women were modeling before
Women's History Month is in March. It pays tribute to the often unrecognized women throughout history and their invaluable contributions to the arts, sciences and society.
Some of the great women of recent history include Margaret Thatcher and Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Margaret Thatcher rose from a working class family to become the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain in 1979 at a time when the country was experiencing economic turmoil and social unrest.
Women in ancient China lived oppressed lives, and their roles centered around caring for their husbands, cleaning, cooking and looking after their kids. The women of ancient China were expected to bear many children, and most of them felt pressure from their husbands to bear a son despite its being
The society depicted in Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” is based around rigid gender roles, with women taking a passive position in society. Women’s function is primarily to bear children and support their husbands. However, the protagonist Okonkwo’s downfall shows the need for a balance between
The role of women in the 1930s was primarily to become the glue that holds the family together through economic strife, according to the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Though men were still primarily the bread winners, women were tasked with feeding and caring for the family on increa