Furthermore, Dr. Joanne H. Urrutia, Director of the district 's Bilingual Education and World Languages Department reported that there are studies shown that bilingual students in general academically outperform and score higher on standardized college entrance exams than monolingual students. In addition, Dr. Joanne believes the higher scores may indicate that bilingual students have advanced thinking skills and had a greater ability to think metaphysically. Moreover, learning a second language inherently builds more vocabulary and better communication skills in not only the students ' second language, but also for your mother language. Additionally, there is a study done by Dr. Ellen Bialystok, York University linguist, shown that the bilingual children learn to read faster than monolingual children. In her study, she focuses on letting these two groups to analyze the letters without any pictures.
Boys are better at sports than girls because of cultural norms, human biology, and past results. Girls can be seen as level with boys in sports because of a few biological traits favoring them, at prepubescent ages girls have better balance, and males fatigue faster than females. The gap between the sexes has reduced over time because of changing views on women in sports and it could potentially decrease even more. The barriers girls have due to physiological and psychological factors will be tough to overcome. Based on the evidence provided, I believe that boys are better than girls at sports and will continue to be into the
In addition, Huddy and his colleagues (2000) also found that the young generations had the almost same rate as the older generation in identifying feminists because of the misconceptions of feminists were equivalent to tomboy or man-haters. Even though third wave feminism is still continuing in the western countries, many are reluctant to see themselves as a feminist as the term “feminist” is equivalent to “man hater”; it is believe that individuals that are perceived as feminist tend to act aggressively towards men (The Telegraph,
Variations in the onset and duration of the pubertal growth spurt may affect the final size of different craniofacial structures.9,30 Longitudinal studies have shown that growth changes during adolescent growth spurt are more pronounced in the mandible as compared to the maxilla.9,31,32 The current study reports that the onset of pubertal growth peak occurs around four months earlier in girls as compared to boys but there was no significant difference in the overall duration of the pubertal growth peak between the two genders. A review of literature also shows insignificant differences in the duration of pubertal growth peak between boys and girls.24 Late onset of adolescent growth spurt accompanied by continued post-pubertal increase in mandibular
To obtain answers needed to addressed the research questions presented at the beginning of this study, the researchers conducted a one-part survey to comprehend and understand one’s perception towards people with tattoos. The results show that tattoos are becoming more accepted by the millennial. Even though only 1 out of 15 students appeared to have a tattoo, it turns out that 4 out of 10 females and 4 out of 5 male undergraduates express their will to be inked in the future. However, the results of this study contradicts the findings of Crespo’s (2008) study wherein women tend to consider getting tattooed than men. This might simply imply that perception on tattoos might have really changed.
The fact that more of the older children were able to recall the episodic memories than the younger children suggests that episodic memory recollection abilities improve with age. Additionally, researchers were interested in whether there were any gender differences in memory recall within both age groups, and the results suggested that males reported having known the answer as opposed to simply guessed it more frequently than females. However, the female participants recalled episodic memories for 57% of the questions they answered correctly, whereas males only recalled episodes for 40% of the questions they answered correctly (Bemis et al,
Today, patriarchal order target at the female body. Consistent with this statement of Gervais (2013), there are different studies indicating that women become more objectification target. Fredrickson, Roberts, Noll, Quinn & Twenge (1998) carried out one of these studies. They have examined comparatively the effect of objectification on the women's and men's performance of mathematics, in their study. According to this study, self-objectification reduces the performance of mathematics only in women.
Although modern day industry workforces seem to depict otherwise, women do not share the same privileges as men do in the United States workforce and indeed encounter a glass ceiling where their potential is limited. The glass ceiling is not only recognized but is also anticipated, indicating the degree to which it exists in modern times. In my opinion, the deficit in privilege is not only limited to professional occupations but can also be generalized into other factors such as judiciary and political where gender can be used as a differentiation tool (along with race and
The familiar concerns of white women in academic medicine may not be relevant to women from different cultural, ethnic or class origins (Bernstein and Cock, 1994). Women minority physicians face problems of lower numbers and promotion rates than non-minority women colleagues. Of greatest concern is the under representation of women physicians from minorities including African, Native American or Mexican. Minority faculty remain significantly less likely than their majority colleagues to be promoted, with only 1% of under represented minority faculty reaching senior ranks. Although family medicine may be better than other faculties in recruiting and retaining minority faculty members, the proportion of under represented minority faculty in family medicine is significantly higher than in medical school faculties overall (Lewis-Stevenson et al, 2001).
The communication among neurons is quick and detailed and the other endocrine system is the slower but it is more widespread and the endocrine systems communication with the body and the behavior has long lasting effects. The biological approach also approaches the gender effects as a cause for human behavior. Psychologist Doreen Kimura and Elizabeth Hampton (1994) report is evidence where biological approach has explain human behavior with the of the gender factor. The experiments done by the above psychologists sated that the performance of women and men are different to levels of hormones, they have in their body. The experiment woman has performed better than men on tests on verbal ability while the men have performed better than women on tests on imaging three dimension objects are rotating.
This doesn’t give the full picture as the article does not mention that the most popular single in 1964 was in fact Ken Podd’s ‘Tears’ which was more traditional. Furthermore, to make the article more comprehensive they could mention that the amount of female MPs did not change, so that the readers are aware that in the 60s females faced equality problems, which would reinforce its point as while big changes were beginning to happen, they were not experienced by that many people. As the article was published in 2009, it gives the writer time to gather and compare lots of sources in comparison to the information the writer has therefore makes the representation more objective as lots of information has been gathered, so it increases