Graduation Year

2016

Date of Thesis Acceptance

Spring 5-11-2016

Major Department or Program

Religion

Advisor(s)

Melissa Wilcox

Abstract

This thesis is a study of the seemingly paradoxical power dynamics between young men and women in the contemporary Evangelical purity movement. This study is conducted through the lenses of the fall of Adam and Eve, feminism, and the fairy tale narrative.

Page Count

70

Subject Headings

Narrative commentaries -- Fairy tale narrative -- Adam & Eve, Authority, Man-woman relationships, Interpersonal control, Feminism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity, Evangelical Revival, Purity (Ethics) -- Religious aspects, Whitman College 2016 -- Dissertation collection -- Religion Department

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http://hdl.handle.net/10349/201608081295

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Public Accessible Thesis

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