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  • Gender Issues And Ceremony - 912 words
    Introduction: In reviewing the notes I prepared, from the novel Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko, and the classroom discussion, I have discovered another aspect of the work that I would like to explore. This response focuses on the psychological aspect of Tayos character and the motivation for his behavior. In the novel, Silko explores the gender roles of four women and the significance to the development and actualization of Tayos character. These four women are Tayos birth mother, Auntie, old Grandma, and Tseh (a Montano). Because Tayo is of mixed ancestry, half white and half Native American, Tayo discovers he has a natural cultural flaw imposed upon him at birth, which would linger and ex ...
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  • Gender Issues In Cartoons - 644 words
    Gendered roles are evident in all forms of the media. For my research, I decided to view the gender construction in cartoons. After viewing the Cartoon Network for a day, I decided that Dexter's Laboratory would be the best show to document the gender roles and common ideologies of men and women in society. Dexter's Laboratory is based on the tale of a child genius. A small, red-headed boy genius, Dexter lives in a quiet suburban neighborhood with his mother, father, and older sister Dee Dee. Quite often, Dexter slips away to his fully-equipped bedroom laboratory to solve problems ranging from saving the world to defeating schoolyard bullies. Dexter is sometimes left struggling to fix or cle ...
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  • Beloved - 1,058 words
    ... ownership took place, her bond with her children was complete. The escape from slavery did nothing more than intensify this bond. For the first time she felt she could love her children unreservedly and had a vision of true freedom: "Look like I loved em more after I got here. Or maybe I couldn't love 'em in Kentucky because they wasn't mine to love...A place where you could love anything you choose--not to need permission for desire--well now that was freedom"(Page 162). Gender issues are also dominant in the story. Three of the four main characters are female, and it not only tells the story of an ex-slave but of a woman's life. Slavery is the cause ofSethe being in the situation she i ...
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  • Affirmative Action The Real Deal - 1,431 words
    The Necessity for Affirmative Action: During the American Revolution Thomas Jefferson and America's founding fathers struggled for freedom and equality. Years of agonizing battling took place, and finally emancipation was gained and America was formed. As a society we have grown to believe that America equals equality, when in fact it does not. When the declaration of independence was created only white male colonists were created equally. Over 224 years have gone by since our foundation was laid, and unfortunately our original goal has not been reached. Liberty and justice for all is still a utopian idea in the minds of many but not all. There are three reasons our society has not reached i ...
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  • Gender - 1,140 words
    Stereotypes are present in many organizations, and in most cases are directed toward women. They can affect the way women are perceived in the workplace, and also inhibit their ultimate performance. As you will read, stereotypes effect many elements of professional behavior. Some of which are leadership styles , language, behavioral expectations and double standards. By analyzing these issues, it is easier to understand how both women, and men are swayed by stereotypes. With respect to all of the stereotypes pertaining to male and female behavior, for the purposes of this argument, three specific assumptions will be discussed. Stereotypes, as defined earlier, can cause misunderstandings and ...
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  • Wed And Sustainable Development - 1,893 words
    At the present rate of development, according to many scientists, the world will reach critical mass sometime within the next fifty years. With these doomsday predictions, many development models have come under scrutiny for their shortsightedness and lack of environmental concerns. Over the past thirty years, those affected most, or more appropriately, those who are being forced to bear the brunt of the negative impacts of these development programs the most, have increasingly become themes that have not only brought to light serious defects in Structural Adjustment Programs (SAPS) and other development programs, but have also critically assessed the very social fabrics that have encouraged ...
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  • Beloved - 1,484 words
    Beloved is a novel set in Ohio several years after the Civil War. The book focuses on characters that struggle fruitlessly to keep their painful recollections of the past at bay. The whole story revolves around issues of race, gender, the black community, and the supernatural. The focus of this paper is going to be on how these things were affected by the emancipation of the slaves and the reconstruction period, the time in which the story is placed. The story concentrates on events arising from the Fugitive Slave Act, it describes the unspeakable consequences of an escape from slavery for Sethe, her children and Paul D. The story line begins many years after Sethes break for freedom, and it ...
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  • Gender - 1,140 words
    Stereotypes are present in many organizations, and in most cases are directed toward women. They can affect the way women are perceived in the workplace, and also inhibit their ultimate performance. As you will read, stereotypes effect many elements of professional behavior. Some of which are leadership styles , language, behavioral expectations and double standards. By analyzing these issues, it is easier to understand how both women, and men are swayed by stereotypes. With respect to all of the stereotypes pertaining to male and female behavior, for the purposes of this argument, three specific assumptions will be discussed. Stereotypes, as defined earlier, can cause misunderstandings and ...
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  • Psychoanalytic And Gender Perspectives In Great Expectations - 1,559 words
    Criticisms of Great Expectations: Psychoanalytic and Gender Perspectives Psychoanalytic and gender literary criticisms are important as individual analyses and are similar in some respects, namely sexual and gender issues, which make them ideal choices for analyzing Great Expectations. Reading the novel from a psychoanalytical perspective invites an interpretation based on symbols, repression, dreams, and the nature of the conscious vs. the unconscious mind. The central thesis of psychoanalytical criticism is based on the theories of Sigmund Freud, who recognized the link between literary works and human psychology. Just as Freuds theories on human psychology have changed the way in which th ...
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  • Computers - 1,028 words
    For as long as we can remember, pay equality has been a big issue within the workplace, especially when its comes to women. Equal pay has been law since 1963. But still 38 years later, women are still being paid less then men. Even when females have the same education, skills, and experience. In the last two decades, womens participation in the work force has been increasing in most areas of the world. In 1996, almost 45% of women aged 15-64, in the world were employed in some way or another. Female employment rates may soon be approaching those of men. In the United States, Canada, and Scandinavian countries, women now make up nearly half of the employed population. In Southeast Asia women ...
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  • Gender - 655 words
    Gender Issues: Have Womans Rights Improved? Twenty-five years ago, when my mother was little she had three career choices available to her, a teacher, a nurse, or a secretary. So as the I was growing up my mother made sure that I knew that I could be whatever I wanted to be, when I grew up. With this belief in mind I set my goal as becoming the first woman President of the United States, but as I started to work towards this goal I realized that what she did not tell me about were the obstacles that I would have to overcome to succeed in a mans world. There are three main barriers standing in a womans way to achieve her career goal they are men, the media , According to Bob Enyart Women were ...
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  • Gender In Lit - 1,066 words
    ... ident in her writing. This image of perfection can be seen in Cammys description of Patty Ann, Patty Ann had her special expression again, the kind that made folks say she was the best. That made people not notice the rest of her was just skin and bones. Her face was just perfect (Hamilton 93). This image of fragile perfection is what has kept women (especially those of beauty) from being perceived as equal or intelligent. I was surprised to see this image so obviously presented until I realized it was necessary for the character to function properly within the story. However it is still obvious that one of the oldest female stereotypes exists in full force within the character on Patty ...
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  • Debroah Tanne Book Review - 899 words
    Deborah Tannen's book, The Argument Culture is full of many arguments, some more intriguing then others. In this book, she tackles everything from politics to the Internet, and everything in between. I was especially taken by the gender issues that she addressed. Such issues were approached in nearly every chapter, it did not seem to matter what the topic was; she always managed to bring the battle of the sexes into it somehow. One chapter was dedicated strictly to this very topic: Chapter 6, entitled "Boys Will Be Boys: Gender and Opposition", was among my favorite parts of the book. She really tackles the differences between boys and girls, which start at a very young age. I was awe-struck ...
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  • To Kill A Mockingbird: Theme And Metaphor Analysis - 1,132 words
    During the first half of Mockingbird Harper Lee constructs a sweet and affectionate portrait of growing up in the vanished world of small town Alabama.. Lee, however, proceeds to undermine her portrayal of small town gentility during the second half of the book. Lee dismantles the sweet faade to reveal a rotten, rural underside filled with social lies, prejudice, and ignorance. But no one in Mockingbird is completely good or evil. Every character is human, with human flaws and weaknesses. Lee even renders Atticus, the paragon of morality, symbolically weak by making him an old and widowed man as opposed to young and virile. It is how these flawed characters influence and are influenced by th ...
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  • Creon: A Monarch Within His Rights - 1,055 words
    ter> Defending Creon: a monarch within his rights to rule In Antigone, especially with the feminist movement now holding the title character, as prototypical downtrodden woman, the king Creon is often villified. While accepting the fact that Creon has misogynist tendencies, the gender issues can cause the pure argument of validity of actions, to fall by the wayside. So supposing for a moment, that Antigone's rebellion had been undertaken by a male, would Creon's choices have been different. Did he choose such harsh punishment and intractable course because Antigone was a woman ? As I read him, this is not the case. He has made a value judgement as to who is traitor and who is worthy. He has ...
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  • Androgyny: And The Will Of Shakespeares Female Characters: A Feminist Perspective - 1,753 words
    Throughout Mans history, women have always been at a disadvantage socially, economically, and politically. Shakespeare realized this and sought to bring the controversy that comes with Androgynous issuesto life. Through strong female characters and the implications of disguises, Shakespeare exposes gender issues. Many critics believe Shakespeare poorly represents women in his plays through intentional exploiting of women with his boy-girl-boy disguises. When in fact, I see Shakespeare as exploiting how women were/are treated through that very use of disguises and the strength he gives his female characters, especially that of Portia (Merchant of Venice) and Viola (Twelfth night)is representa ...
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  • The Power Of Comedy - 1,725 words
    THE POWER OF COMEDY! Mark What is Comedy? Some people have the misconception that comedy is the actual opposite of drama. However under closer examination it is apparent that Comedy is that of a dramatic work. Dramatic work that is light and often humorous or satirical in tone and that usually contains a happy resolution of a conflict. Comedy keeps the world in motion, it allows people to shrug off rude comments, laugh at one another, and it creates a casual environment. There are many types of comedy: irony, satire, sarcasm etc. All are used in making the world more enjoyable. However, comedy consequently has the potential to make someone laugh as well as being offended. Laughter is a unive ...
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  • Karl Marx And Political Economy - 1,206 words
    ... eates a class distinction in two ways. First it says that the working class is lazy, incompetent and perhaps resentful. Second, the working class is physically separated by yet another level from their superiors. The classes are literally separated in the workplace. This, in part, leads to Marxs third argument of capitalism; labor estrangement. I will return to this later in the essay. Returning to class separation, is the actual class structure. Zweig says, the American experience is an experience of intense class difference (Zweig, 9). His beliefs on the class structure in society are very strong and are centered on inequality and separation that the working class faces. Why has the wo ...
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  • Our Town - 1,005 words
    Human beings are amazing creatures. Our history has shown spectacular and shameful events from day one. Throughout the course of history we have seen both war and peace. More war than peace, but the point still remains. That we, as a human race, have accomplished many wonderful intellectual break-throughs but we have also done very stupid deeds. Its amazing how a creature of such great intelligence could separate, segregate, discriminate, dehumanize, and enslave members of its own human race. The world as we speak is existing because of gender issues. Going back to days of Adam and Eve. When God asked Adam not to eat from the apple tree, it was Eve, with her feminine lure, who was able to co ...
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  • Our Town - 1,030 words
    ... er issues arise. The play starts out with the typical stereotype. The women are considered weak, fainty Ect... While the men are portrayed as strong and bold. This is a very common stereotype, which exists heavily today. Some form of this stereotype can be seen in almost any play, or movie for that matter. This play starts off by portraying the two main female characters of the play, Rosalind and Celia, as the typical stereotype. These girls seem very delicate, and fainty. They are considered royalty and that could be the reason they are portrayed as fainty, or delicate. You get the image of the girls being soft and feathery. But all this changes very suddenly. This change occurred becau ...
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