Warren’s Profession, Vivie challenges her mother against her role in society. Vive wants a separate lifestyle from her mother and not let her mother dictate her future. Mrs. Warren wants Vivie to follow the same path and take over her business with the purpose that Vivie has an opportunity to work with limited opportunities for women, even though Vivie already has a job for herself. Initially, Vivie challenges her mother to prove that there are multiple types of women, which Vivie suggests that she is able to take on a business for herself without influence of others. As Vivie challenge her mother, Mrs. Warren has trouble accepting Vivie’s opinion.
Bauer is a hardworking manager of a firm. She identifies herself as giver because she likes to help people. However, her devotion to help others was holding her back from being promoted to a higher position. In his book, Grant highlights that givers are the ones of the top of success and they are also in the bottom of failure. Bauer was a failure giver because she was giving too much without realizing how it hurt her position.
3. What is the purpose of having the wide array of “solutions” available (emergency shelter, financial aid, support groups etc.)? Would not shelter be enough? The purpose of having multiple “solutions” is to allow the person (Saundra and other woman) to choice what they think is best for them. Many do not want to be in a shelter because they have been trying to make it on their own for a while and they still want to do that so having support for woman like that it still gives them resources to do what is best for them.
An example would be learning FORTRAN programming as it was the future. She could have also relaxed as others saying I am not open to learning something new and if I lose the job I will search another job as all do. But she chose to take action and take control of the situation. Dorothy stood for the team and was not being selfish. Being a follower when opportunity knocked and when she had an upper hand she thought of better being of fellow colleagues.
Sarah isn't repression that she has MS but she is repression any idea of repute and how it will help her, she just wants to go on like nothing has changed. Denial is another defense mechanisms that Sarah is going though, she is in denial when it comes to going to repute, she just won’t accept that she needs to go, she thinks it just her family sending her off because she a nuisance to them. She feels displaced because she might have to give up her job, then be sent away for a while, she has to feel like she doesn’t have a places anymore. She is going through projection, it’s when you redirect your feeling or impulses towards a substitute objects or person. Sarah is saying to herself am a nuisance to everyone, when really it’s just her thinking she a nuisances herself.
Finally, following the example of her role models, Celie is inspired to become an independent businesswoman with a healthy view of self-worth. Throughout this novel, the protagonist experiences that in order to break free from oppression, strong role models must be present to model an alternative lifestyle and inspire independence. Initially, the protagonist lives obediently, unable to fight against the oppressive men in her life because she has no strong women to inspire her. At the young age of twenty,
All they need is education and encouragement.” With education, girls and women can start businesses, and have more success with financial services. It is argued that due to lack of education, women may not be able to understand the loans they are taking out or keep track of their finances, “leading to an accumulation of debt the women are unable to repay,” (The Hidden Ways Microfinance Hurts Women, paragraph 5). However, when women have the money for education for themselves and their daughters, they can understand their loans and financial situation so that they can profit. Micro-loans empower women to save money for schooling for the purpose of understanding how to run a business, and how to pay back their loans. They make it possible for women to educate their daughters, so that their daughters will understand be able to gain success from microfinance, and be able to stay out of
Warshawki’s femininity creates “ an occasion for parody”(Paradis 86), when she constantly says she is focused on her job and cannot be distracted with the thought of her partner “stewing”(158) because she is not back home. However, her feminine edge at the same time dreams about having the family life with a husband and children. The conflict in her gender identity creates a scenario of self- denial that makes her appear to be unsure of herself and what it is she really wants out of life. V.I gives mixed signals saying she is satisfied with her career and satisfied with her life whilst at the same feeling that maybe she is not doing the best thing with her life (Paretsky 157). A balance in her personality where she is both focused on her career whilst still enjoying the community of family which she longs for is an idea Paretsky portrays as a “myth” (Paretsky157) but in the real world is actually possible.
Riis found that the owners were overcharging for the tiny space provided to tenants. Owners did not consider the quality of life they were providing for their tenants. They never answered questions on the safety and comfort of their tenants. The owners focused solely on the profit they were making. Therefore, Riis wanted to expose this injustice, so appropriate measure could be