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Linda Kerber argued in the mid-1980s that after the American Revolution (1775–1783), an ideology of “republican motherhood” resulted in a surge of educational opportunities for women in the United States. Kerber maintained that the leaders of the new nation wanted women to be educated in order to raise politically virtuous sons. A virtuous citizenry was considered essential to the success of the country’s republican form of government; virtue was to be instilled not only by churches and schools, but by families, where the mother’s role was crucial. Thus, according to Kerber, motherhood became pivotal to the fate of the republic, providing justification for an unprecedented attention to female education.

Introduction of the “republican motherhood” thesis dramatically changed historiography. Prior to Kerber’s work, educational historians barely mentioned women and girls; Thomas Woody’s 1929 work is the notable exception. Examining newspaper advertisements for academies, Woody found that educational opportunities increased for both girls and boys around 1750. Pointing to “An Essay on Woman” (1753) as reflecting a shift in view, Woody also claimed that practical education for females had many advocates before the Revolution. Woody’s evidence challenges the notion that the Revolution changed attitudes regarding female education, although it may have accelerated earlier trends. Historians’ reliance on Kerber’s “republican motherhood” thesis may have obscured the presence of these trends, making it difficult to determine to what extent the Revolution really changed women’s lives.

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The passage suggests that, with regard to the history of women’s education in the United States, Kerber’s work differs from Woody’s primarily concerning which of the following?

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这道题要定位到文章的第二段

Kerber研究的重点在于革命前后对女孩受教育态度的转变,其他人认为革命前女孩的教育并不受到重视,是因为改革才促进了女孩的教育(the notion that the Revolution changed attitudes regarding female education),而Kerber却认为改革前后女孩的教育态度并没有太大的转变,改革前同样重视女孩的教育( practical education for females had many advocates before the Revolution),所以Kerber作品的不同点就在于他讨论了改革前对女孩教育的支持,这道题选B。

A. women were interested in pursuing educational opportunities文章未提及

C. public resistance to educational opportunities for women after the American Revolution 文章未提及

D. attitudes .... changed during the eighteenth century,重点讨论的是革命前后,而不是18世纪

E. 第一段的内容,层次混淆


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    Dora6688

    support and advocate.
    Pointing to “An Essay on Woman” (1753) as reflecting a shift in view, Woody also claimed that practical education for females had many advocates before the Revolution. Woody’s evidence challenges the notion that the Revolution changed attitudes regarding female education, although it may have accelerated earlier trends.  不是改革改变的对female支持的态度 而是改革之前就有了。所以不同之处在于 改革之前的人们支持的程度。
    0 0 回复 2020-12-24 12:06:23
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    Mariposa爱学习

    public resistance 公众阻力
    1 0 回复 2020-11-14 14:49:03
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    你这只猪

    文章类型: 比较分析。本文就是否美国革命前女性教育支持程度话题展开讨论,展示出keber and woody 两种不同观点。
    1 0 回复 2020-07-16 14:40:02
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    郁小姐要上700吖

    定位 Woody’s evidence challenges the notion that the Revolution changed attitudes regarding female education, although it may have accelerated earlier trends. Historians’ reliance on Kerber’s “republican motherhood” thesis may have obscured the presence of these trends, making it difficult to determine to what extent the Revolution really changed women’s lives.前面的内容说的是woody的贡献说:之情就有advocate的trend出现,而后面说LK的内容是:LK的文章模糊了原本的trend,即迷糊了revolution之前就有advocate gril的情况,所以是在一定程度上体现gril是否具有受教育的advocate
    0 0 回复 2020-04-08 17:55:40
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    agnes0815

    这道题是没有认真比对每一个选项的逻辑严谨性,看到D就激动的选了。。  18世纪就是19xx年 也就是在大革命之后了,所以态度是一定是转变的,只是两个学者认为影响程度不同,Woody认为在改革之前就已经有了转变,所以大革命的影响程度并没有那么高。
    0 0 回复 2019-09-08 17:47:17
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      1180970xhgw回复agnes0815

      18世纪怎么会是19XX年呢?19XX年那是20世纪,按你那么算我们现在还没进入21世纪

      0 0 回复 2020-06-11 21:14:00

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      1032158tlhga回复agnes0815

      是的,该选项的问题是说18世纪确实出现了观点的转变,二者的分歧不在此

      0 0 回复 2020-12-07 21:03:12

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    黄蛋蛋

    According to GmatNinjaTwo from Gmatclub:
    
    
    The passage states that, "Linda Kerber argued {...} that after the American Revolution (1775-1783), an ideology of “republican motherhood” resulted in a surge of educational opportunities for women in the United States." Thus, according to Kerber, there were significantly more educational opportunities for women after the American Revolution than before the American Revolution. Why? Because "the leaders of the new nation wanted women to be educated in order to raise politically virtuous sons". These statements imply that there was more support for educational opportunities for women after the revolution than before the revolution. Notice that Kerber does not say anything about women's interest in actually pursuing those educational opportunities; rather, Kerber's work only suggests that there were more educational opportunities for women and more support for educational opportunities for women after the revolution.
    
    Woody, on the other hand, "found that educational opportunities increased for both girls and boys around 1750" (before the revolution), and he "also claimed that practical education for females had many advocates before the Revolution." Thus, according to Woody, educational opportunities for females and support (ie advocates) for educational opportunities for females increased before the revolution. Again, Woody does not say anything about women's interest in actually pursuing those educational opportunities, so choice A can be eliminated.
    
    We can, however, infer that Kerber believed that support for educational opportunities for women increased after the revolution and that Woody believed that support for educational opportunities for women increased before the revolution. Thus, the passage suggests that Woody's work would describe a higher level of support for educational opportunities for girls (females) prior to the American Revolution than Kerber's work would describe. Thus, choice B is appropriate.
    0 0 回复 2018-09-12 08:22:33
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      Angie回复黄蛋蛋

      can not agree more. Pro

      0 0 回复 2020-05-15 11:55:53

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