Viewing over the evidence the police said that she walked in, saw her husband vulnerable and drunk hits him over the head kills him and tells a lie to her friends. Then takes the pan washes it for her fingerprints to leave, then puts it on the stove claiming it was on when she walked in. Her friends in a drunken state believed her of course. They panicked the called the police claiming that he fell off the top of the stairs. Just like in all murders there is always a reason to why they suspect is not guilty.
Sexual harassment is a common problem for women in the workplace. The trauma they suffer as a result is extensive. More than half a million women work in the fields and a majority are undocumented immigrants. The documentary Rape in the Fields, addresses some of the struggles these workers face. Due to their immigrant status the women are powerless, subject to unwelcome sexual advances and unable to seek help from the authorities.
Outraged at this unfairness, Jurgis, as well as the rest of the eligible family members, join the Union and start to participate passionately. Spring enters the scene with heavy rains and even heavier mud. With this participation in the Union, the family becomes more aware of the corruption and unfairness surrounding Packingtown. This new information is deadly to the family, as now that they can recognize the injustice, they are quick to point it out. This greatly hurts the family, as Marija is fired for speaking up, around the time Ona is about to give birth to Jurgis’s son.
Intolerance is important in The Crucible because it demonstrates how fast people’s attitudes and beliefs can change due to an event taking place in their town. Judges Hathorne and Danforth exhibit intolerance towards the people being trialed. If somebody spoke of another person performing witchcraft, the judges would not tolerate it and had that person thrown in jail even if there was no evidence to back up the statement. They were definitely substituting a role of unjustifiable reasoning. Miller uses intolerance to show that the people of Salem, especially the judges, were narrow minded and wanted everything to go their way.
Angela Davis demonstrates the ongoing violent abuse as she quotes a report on sexual maltreatment in women’s prisons, “We found that male correctional employees have vaginally, anally, and orally raped female prisoners and sexually assaulted and abused them” (Davis 78). However disturbing this blunt sexual contact that male officers take with the vulnerable prisoners may be, the officers adopt even more severe tactics to harass and abuse the women as they often utilize “mandatory pat-frisks or room searches to grope women 's breasts, buttocks, and vaginal areas...” (Davis 79). To add insult to injury, women are virtually incapable of escaping from their abuser(s). Prison employees upkeep their inappropriate behavior as it is believed they will “rarely be held accountable, administratively or criminally” (Davis 78). Davis specifies that the lack of accountability for inappropriate behavior is caused by faulty administrative action as she explains, “Grievance or investigatory procedures, where they exist, are often ineffectual...” (78).
The similarities between "cobras" and "pitbulls" are firstly that they are abusing their wives both physically and mentally. In addition, the two types most likely had a traumatic and violent childhood. The differences between the battering husbands are that the "pitbulls" are acting out of emotional dependence and a fear of abandonment while the "cobras"s violence grows out of a pathological need to have their way, to be the boss. In addition, when the pitbulls get angry they become violent and tend to lose control, the cobras on the other hand are more calm and controlled but they are more violent toward their wives. Furthermore , pitbulls are normal and kind to everyone but their wives while the cobras are often sociopath and tend to be
Ona and Teta also took jobs in order to meet ends of the family. Ona was also forced into sexual relations by her factory boss in return of the job for which she was employed. When Jurgis came to know about it, he goes to his wife’s factory and thrashed that man. After an unfair trial Jurgis was thrown into jail and was not able to work which pushed the family into a greater economic depression. This shows that how easy it was for the higher class of the society to commit a crime and still get out of it easily whereas the poor sections of the society suffers the most.
Before Esteban and Clara married, Esteban would satisfy his need to control women by taking young women of Tres Marias and surrounding towns and rape them: "Word of his cruelty spread throughout the region, provoking jealous admiration among the men of his class. The peasants hid their daughters and clenched their fists helplessly because they could not confront him. Esteban Trueba was stronger, and he had impunity” (Allende 63). Esteban is known throughout the region for his unruly and cruel behavior due to his habit of raping young women. Esteban has no regard for these women and the consequences his actions create including countless bastard children.
Even though the uncle was not a blood relative, it was still a big deal that she was raped. Her father’s humiliation, caused them to be kicked out of the house and that night they had nowhere to go. The uncle was charged and then let off the hook by Fulamatu. He was also accused of raping other girls in that village. Fulamatu expresses to Nick and Eva that she doesn’t feel bad for herself because of what she’s going through.
One of the ethical issues of the Nike was abusing the employees and using the child labor in overseas factories. Employees were abused physically and mentally. The physical abuses of employees were slapping, kicking and scratching until some people bled. Management mentally abused employees by calling them monkey, dog, and pig. The employees were making $0.50 an hour and they were keeping their mouths shut.
He had forced her to live with him as husband and wife. Though he beat her up every day, a punch in the face, a scratch on her body and bruises. Sharpe was a very aggressive boyfriend Mona Hayes has ever had. Sharpe would threaten her and assault Mona Hayes and not caring about what effect this might have on the society. It was getting very rough Hayes did not like the way Sharpe treated her and wanted to get away from him.
ABOUT THE CASE In a case filed on August 29, 2014 by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), five women were fired from Moreno Farms for rejecting sexual harassment. Moreno Farms, INC grows and packages produce in Felda, Florida. The supervisor and two sons of the owner of Moreno Farms were sexually harassing, groping, and sometimes raping some of the female workers. These three men would threaten to fire the female workers if they refused their sexual advances. The women ended up standing up to their harassers and the women were fired.
a) Define the many stereotypes within the movie and how those stereotypes reinforce inappropriate behaviors. There are many Stereotypes portrayed in the movie. The main one is the misconception that men have about women who work at the mine and they treat and call them by all the nasty names. But what is pitiful and sad is the complicity of the authorities of the company who tolerate such kind of conduct by men against women and do not take any action to stop it. I felt through the movie
One of his workers ends up leaving the factory and becomes a prostitute after selling her hair and teeth. This worker becomes severely injured after attacking a customer. Once Valjean hears about this, he goes to care for the immoral worker. Later, Valjean learns that a man, believed to be Jean Valjean, is arrested. Unable to accept that an innocent man is going to jail, Valjeans reveals who he is to the court.