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CREATED ON 5th September 2016
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The transformation of women's role and rights in society in past two centuries

There are 2 parts in this assessment, the 1st part will be an essay outline (one page, due on 8th Sep) The 2nd part will be the major essay, (2500-3000words, due on 4th Oct) that means have more time to prepare. All details (including the essay question) could be found in the attached file below (Essay online & essay guide). Thank you!
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