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Kate Dumycz - Female Power Witchcraft and Gender in Elizabethan England (copyrighted book, review only)

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The subject of witchcraft within England has raised many different questions and theories: from the "refused charity" hypothesis with "social tensions thrown up by the transition from personal to institutional charity" as argued by MacFarlane/Thomas to the extreme feminist argument of a "complex attack by male-dominated authority on dependent or independent women. This essay and supporting database has used evidence from the Assize trials and the pamphlets to study the surmise that witchcraft was a form of female power. Thro... More >>>
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Author:      Kate Dumycz
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The subject of witchcraft within England has raised many different questions and theories: from the "refused charity" hypothesis with "social tensions thrown up by the transition from personal to institutional charity" as argued by MacFarlane/Thomas to the extreme feminist argument of a "complex attack by male-dominated authority on dependent or independent women. This essay and supporting database has used evidence from the Assize trials and the pamphlets to study the surmise that witchcraft was a form of female power. Through looking at the pamphlets (whilst appreciating their bias and the possibility that they were not eye-witness accounts), it can be seen that many of the accused witches were living outside the "norms" of their society.

The English witchcraft trails of the sixteenth and seventeenth century are a very complex topic to study. It is hoped that this essay and accompanying database has given realistic consideration to the continuing debate.

About Author:

Kate Dumycz is personal Development trainer Based in London, United Kingdom. Kate Dumycz also teaches in Cambridgeshire, East Anglia, Essex, London.

Kate Dumycz's course called "Springboard Women's Development Programme", it is a course that consists of four one-day workshops spread over three months. The programme is enhanced by the use of your own personal copy of the Springboard workbook (approximately 330 pages). The workbook, together with the workshops, becomes your own personal development plan. During the course of the programme, you can expect to cover topics and themes such as

- Building self esteem
- Personal development
- Self confidence building activities
- The assertive you
- Communication skills
- Goal setting
- Dealing with change & personal change management
- Your achievements, qualities and strengths
- Professional development
- Presenting the best you
- Your skills audit
- Transferable skills
- Stress management
- Interpersonal skills