This website gave quality information about women's suffrage in a PDF form. The document was only five pages, but the information was very beneficial for our research. It thoroughly described the role of the National Women's Party in society during that point in time. It provided specific dates about significant events as well, which was useful for both the biographies and the timeline. In addition to information, it also had quite a few pictures with captions describing them. They were embedded into the paragraphs that mentioned them very well. Also, since it was a PDF, there were no ads or distractions. It was just a black-and-white document with a few pictures. There was nothing to take your attention away from the reading.
The information I found on this site was useful because it gave a very detailed biography of Carrie Chapman Catt. It described every event she was involved in and gave a thorough description of her life before she was involved in politics. There was even a link to an interactive timeline of her life. This compared Catt's accomplishments with that of the United States, which was very helpful for getting a sense of how much of an impact she had on society. My only complaint about the site would be that the box holding all of the information was rather small, and it would have been easier on the eyes to have it be a bit larger.
This website shows the article, Becoming the Third Wave, that Rebecca Walker wrote for Ms. Magazine. First, it offered a great primary source. Not only did that give us useful background about third wave feminism but the article put two of our biographies into perspective because they were involved. The site it's found on Heathen Grrl is dedicated to feminism and its endeavors, but seeing an actual article really helped with our research. I appreciated that below the article, there were comments made by members of the website about it. This helped even more while trying to really understand the perspective of the writing.
The layout of this website was a bit overwhelming. The links and the ads all seemed to melt together because of the colors, so it took me awhile to find the information I was looking for. However, once I mastered the navigation, what I found was extremely useful. The site dedicated one page to describing what the magazine is, giving useful statistics and dates. The site also had a search box where you could look up dates or significant events. It would provide information and magazine issues. It also had a link with the issues dating back to 1999. Reading a few of the articles really helped to get a better understanding of the magazine's mission.
The information on this site was very useful. There was even a link to a Planned Parenthood timeline. That gave all of the significant events the company has experienced, and those were good to know. The one thing I didn't like about the website was whenever you push the "Who We Are" button, all that comes up is a photo and their mission statement. The mission statement was nice, but I would have liked to see more about the company without having to dig so deep into the site.
This website was organized and easy to use. It was helpful for getting the basic knowledge about the waves in feminism and how it worked. All of the infromation on this site was fairly organized and there was lots of good information on the different waves. One downside of this website were the so many adds that cluttered the page and it made it hard to see all of the information on the page. It would have been nicer if the information was the main focus on the page rather than the adds.
This site was a wonderful starting site when looking up information on feminism. There were many different events and people that were mentioned on this page, including the infamous Alice Paul, which made it easy to get a general idea of what the site was about. The site was well organized and they made their points clear, however the page seemed rather blank and if they had added more pictures or spread out the writing it would have been easier to read and look at.
The organization on this site was simple and easy to read. There were many different years and events that this site talked about and that made it helpful and informative, with specific dates and events. The only downside of this site was that it was very bland and not very interesting to look at. However, that did help a bit because there were no ads to distract me. The information that was provided about the different years was brief but there were many facts and valuable information that was stated. The statistics it offered were very handy as well.
This blog was helpful when it came to the primary sources and the accurate information it provided. The organization of this page was fairly simple but the layout was easy to manuver around and it was easy to read. The article on this website that was originally written by Rebecca Walker, was very informative and made a number of good points. It really helped us to understand third wave feminism. The only thing that could have made it better was if it wasn't so biased and they gave more views on the topic.
This blog was full of information about feminism and how it works. It even had links to feminist book recommendations. The author made many good points about the topic in every post and the organization about the subject was spot on. The only disappointing part about it was that there was so much information that it was difficult to find the specific information that was needed. One of their regular posts, Feminist Friday, was very useful to get an idea of what current third wave feminism really is. The writings were biased, but it helped a lot with general understanding.