The status of women in the Victorian era was often seen as an illustration of the
striking ... In the Victorian era women were seen, by the middle classes at least,
as belonging to the domestic sphe...
However, the period known as the Victorian era in England, from 1837 to 1901, ...
As Susan Kent observes: “Women were so exclusively identified by their .... that
unless there was an explicit rule against it, men were free to treat women any ...
Aug 9, 2001 ... These constructs kept women far away from the public sphere in most ways, ... in
the ways in which appropriate male and female roles were perceived. ... The
Victorian era, 1837-1901, is characterised as the domestic age par ...
Mar 16, 2009 ... In the Victorian Era, most women were house wives. These women ... LOWER
CLASS. The lower class women were not treated very fairly.
During the Victorian era, men and women searched for an ideal relationship
based .... Prescribing the notion that women were born to dream of marriage,
The image most of us have of the Victorian woman is home loving and devoted ...
Not only were women given the job of being the bearers/teachers of religious ...
Women throughout the Victorian Era were treated as secondary citizens to men
in society. ... Those were the only acceptable roles for women during that era.
Apr 2, 2013 ... During the 19th century, the average age fell for English women, but it ... and
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were themselves first cousins.
Jan 25, 2009 ... In the Victorian era women were seen as pure and clean. ... Sisters had to treat
their brothers as they would treat their future husbands. Also ...
In the early years of the Port Phillip colony, women were treated as second class
... By the 1960s and 1970s the Victorian women's liberation movement was ...