Sheryl Sandberg Lean In Analysis

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Lean In Analysis Sheryl Sandberg’s article, Lean In: What would you do if you weren’t afraid?, has every piece of the communication triangle to make a well written paper. She has a good ratio of logic, emotion, and ethics that support her thoughts on men vs. women. She adds her own personal experiences that make her more trustworthy, and the logic behind her paper is valid. The only flaw in Sandberg's article would be that there is no opposition and that’s a key element in a paper. However; despite not having an opposition, Sandberg still makes herself a trustworthy author. What makes Sheryl Sandberg a trustworthy author is that she has a lot of logical points, due to experience and statistics. Using her experience with school and…show more content…
Her main argument is that women are just as good as men and they shouldn’t be afraid to break social and cultural norms. The only opposition she seems to have is using the fact that men and women are biologically different and are treated differently while growing up. She claims that because girls and boys grow up being treated different this is the outcome of how they react in society. She then goes on to refute, saying how a song changed the way young children think about the toys they play with and how she hopes by playing that same song to her children they will understand that it’s okay to be rebellious and break social norms of men and…show more content…
The reader has one view on the situation and it’s through a woman's eyes and how she experienced trying to be a successful woman despite everything telling her she couldn’t. Her take on what society calls a woman to be is true, we see this through the example of young girls having to buy pink things and boys getting toys that are “masculine”. Someone can read her article and agree with her on a woman being ambitious and wanting that leadership role; it is not something to be ashamed of and as a person,not just a woman, it’s okay to go after that
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