You should not be fired from your job just because of who you are or who you love, but you should also be able to feel safe in any community that you live in." - Rea Carey I’m sure some of you have twitter and may be aware of the tweet I’m going to reference. There is a tweet that has garnered over 200,000 likes regarding Disney making an Lgbt Princess. This person said and I quote “In no way am I homophobic, but” I just wanna stop the quote right there really quick to point out that whenever someone starts off by saying “I’m not ____ but” chances are they are EXACTLY who they are claiming not to be. Continuing the quote he goes on to say, “In no way am I homophobic, but I really think y’all are trying to force this LGBT sh*t in everybody lifestyle.” end quote.
However, 90% of the people will not buy the same umbrella for even half the price if it was a sunny day (Summer, 2012). So most of the people know what is a rational choice but still act irrationally and make poor financial decision. So now the real question is why human beings do this. The main reason is that most of us are lazy or do not have time to think thru the ups and downs of a decision. So why shouldn’t people make irrational decisions.
The film is weighted with numerous homophobic quotes such as, “But really, this is a great thing, even if straight guys might think it’s gross,” and “Having people think you’re gay is gross.” The sexual preferences of, in this particular instance, actual gay men are portrayed in a humiliating and demeaning manner. This film makes it seem as if one can get special treatment by proclaiming they are gay and abusing what is a struggle for this community. Contrasting to the constant objectification of women, members of the LGBTQ+ community have this struggle themselves. One of the newest additions to this film conundrum is G.B.F. (Gay Best Friend) (2013).
As we are human, none of us can act purely to be rational all the time. We indulge for our selfish act, validate our prior knowledge, vindicate our prior decision or to sustain our earlier beliefs, this is the process when we are trying to satisfy our ego. Most of the people decide to make changes in their daily lives based on stories from one person 's experience. They are the non-critical thinkers. As an example, many of them tend to consume paracetamol when they have a fever.
Candy’s dog was apparently stinking up the barnhouse so Carlson said he should be killed also because of its multiple problems. Candy resisted at first but eventually gave up his dog to be killed at Steinbeck states, “Candy said softly and hopelessly ‘Awright-take im(47).” Candy realized that he wouldn’t win in this situation and gave up his dog to be euthanized. As for Carlson, he was doing this for his own best interest as he had talked about the dog stinking multiple times. Also he wouldn’t simply let Candy’s dog go outside, he had to have him killed at that instant. Steinbeck is showing that people ultimately will protect their best interest at any cost to
Just because John Henry Berry ‘had a nice little place up there’ at Smellings Creek, which the Whites deemed as unacceptable because they felt he should be in the same financial state as the rest of the black sharecroppers. They justify his burning with the excuse that he allegedly flirted with a white woman. Although this is only hearsay, they still go ahead with attacking him without sufficient evidence of his wrongdoings. The fact that they not only burnt him but his uncle and Beacon as well, who were completely innocent, show that even if their accusation was correct, this was clearly not justice but more of a situation of racial prejudice. This shows the Whites have the liberty to go around freely burning black people
Comparatively, the restaurant did not care that her appearance was changing because of a thyroid condition as the only thing they cared about was her looking good for the customers. As stated earlier they were more concerned over her image because she was being seen as a sexual object primarily for men instead of as a person dealing with a real life problem. Sexual abuse has always been and will always be a problem in our society. However, there are ways in which we can learn to handle it. Showing ourselves as empowering women and girls can show men and society that we are more than just sexual objects and we do not deserve to be
The first symbol could serve as the interior design of the restaurant along with the outside view, other symbols in the restaurant could be seen in the areas of the restaurant place picture frames, color of the dinning sets, or even the layout of the tables. The story behind the restaurant could allow that employees to keep in mind that the place must be taken care of at all times and that they will be rewarded accordingly. Slogan of the restaurant will be as follows “Beautiful Taste is fulfilled with a Beautiful View”, meaning that people have an expectation of being served with the best quality food possible along with an outstanding view in the sky. Brand image, if properly built, could serve has an indication of the outstanding service and food served by the employees which can increase the employees satisfaction rate and recognition so they will feel proud to be a part of such a company. Organizational language is to be considered as one of the communication medium which can be used in an effective and efficient manner.
Instead, we often become hyper alert, ready to lash out at any potential threat. The need to do something, anything is sometimes over-whelming. Angry People shout, throw things, punch walls, hit spouses and shoot people. None of these behaviors are the signs of rational decision making.” (Noll, Elusive Peace, 2011). Many people can argue that losing control of yourself is not a good thing especially if the fate of the people is on your shoulders and if you have an important position as the President of any country as people believe in your ability to lead them by making rational decisions.
The collapse of Barings gives us some insight on how a negative culture could potentially ruin a company. The “don’t ask, don’t tell” and performance-oriented culture in Barings gave star-employees the impression that the morality of their actions mattered less than the profit they bring in. This created an environment that allowed the unauthorised transactions to go through, eventually causing the collapse (Bernard, n.d.). This shows that the daily practices and cultural network of the company play a vital role in reinforcing the values (Deal & Kennedy, 1983); had the bank put a strong stance on the moral code and ethical practices to boot, such a collapse might have been avoided or