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    Street Art In Fashion

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    REFLECTIVE JOURNAL Yuliya Borodavkina// FS 2 1415 Gender Ambivalence as a trend. The world's main trade show of man's fashion, Pitti Uomo, has recently become not only a source of various inspirations and stylistic ideas for the women (as it has always been), but also a source of the new brilliant brand discoveries, and what is interesting – their men's lines. There is one trick, known since the times of Gabrielle Chanel: if the texture allows that, mensclothing (the

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    Barbie is not a Doll For quite a long time, an innocent Barbie doll is attacked by a plenty of controversies. Why a children toy must to sustain these criticizes about feminism, racialism, and nationalism? Apparently, Barbie has been regarded as a man rather than as a doll since she is three-dimensional pinup and has unrealistic and enviable women’s appearance as well as she possesses gorgeous clothes and all kinds of wealthy identity, which make Barbie become a wicked existence because it brings

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    A Critical Analysis and Application of the Functionalist Theory The functionalist perspective is based largely on the works of Herbert Spencer, Emile Durkheim, Talcott Parsons, and Robert Merton. The idea of the perspective is quite simple. It is that, as the human body system works, the institutions in the society works interdependently for the proper functioning of the whole; the whole being the entire society. A number of key concepts underpin Functionalism. The primary concepts within Functionalism

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    The social construction of gender is a theory that is based around the principle that when categorizing an individual in regards to their gender it is primarily determined by people because of factors from the society surrounding them. My definition of the social construction of gender is when sociological factors surrounding an individual are used by and within society to determine and judge their gender characteristics. To answer the question of whether or not gender is a socially constructed idea

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    According to Wikipedia, Gender Inequality is the idea or situation that men and women are not equal. People receive unequal treatments or have perceptions on individuals wholly or partly due to their gender. For the past years, Gender Inequality has been a growing problem in our society, and it is still happening to this day. It happens everywhere. The reason it still exists until today is because of the mentality of the people. They sometimes don't realize it because some of these problems have

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    "Imitação da água" was published on João Cabral de Melo Neto's last book, Quaderna (in 1960). The poem was chosen because João Cabral is very careful with his words, using many stylistic techniques to make his verses as expressive as possible. The analysis will contain general aspects that can be found even in Brazilian poems. It has 8 stanzas of 4 verses, and it's already possible to note Cabral's obsession with the number four, that appears frequently, not only in the number of verses, but also

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    the Chinese woman doesn 't speak proper English which is crucial to her job performance. The company has no right to terminate her all because she doesn 't speak good English. If I didn 't take this course, I would have honestly believed she should be fired because she can 't speak proper English. However, after reading through the PowerPoints this establishment violated this woman 's right. The establishment violated Title VII rights which discriminated her based national origin accent. They also

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    Sexist Language

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    • If you are speaking of a single hypothetical individual, use person instead of man. • Use genderless titles whenever possible, such as flight attendant instead of stewardess, firefighter instead of fireman, and homemaker instead of housewife. Avoid adding gender markers to genderless titles, such as male nurse; use the genderless title alone (i.e., nurse). • Rework sentences in the plural to avoid gendered pronouns and possessive adjectives. This will create smoother

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    81) Title VII states that discrimination on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions is a form of sexual discrimination. The PDA is closely related to the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993. (Mathis, R. page 81) Prior to this Act being passed, there was two cases that was open that specifically dealt with issues of discrimination

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    that people hold in society itself. From this assumption, media can influence gender roles, particularly women’s roles, due to the portrayal of women in the media, as well. Throughout history, women’s roles have changed in comparison to the other gender. Furthermore, methods of propaganda, and of media in general, have changed as well, especially concerning gender roles. Significant time periods in which shifts of gender roles occurred were the Industrial Revolution, World War I, World War II, and

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    Sexist Language

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    When you are speaking of a single hypothetical individual, use person rather than man. Use genderless titles, such as police officer rather than a policeman, firefighter rather than a fireman, and camera operator rather than the cameraman. Make the sentences in the plural to avoid gendered pronouns and possessive adjectives. This will create better and more

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    The Influence Of Title IX

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    Title IX has become a prevalent topic of discussion over the past few months. Last September Betsy DeVos, Secretary of Education announced that she would be working on rescinding the Obama-era Title IX guidance and implicating a new interim guidance. The #MeToo Movement, a campaign aimed at supporting survivors of sexual violence began taking on momentum due to accusations towards Harvey Weinstein and numerous top-tier celebrates. Recently, former USA Gymnastics team doctor for Michigan State, Larry

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    However, to be "illegal" discrimination, your employer must be in violation of a specific state or Federal law statute, regulation, or constitutional provision. Otherwise, you are not generally protected from discrimination, however unfair or unethical it may seem. For example, if your boss is much harder on you than anyone else for no

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    highlighting the negative effects of coeducational classrooms. Coeducational classes often condemn students to gender

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    It is a well known academic fact that gender identity is socially constructed, but unfortunately the mainstream notion is that gender is fixed and unmalleable. Historically, gender identity has been defined by the terms that society has placed upon the genitalia that one is born with. From the moment that you are in utero, your parents seek out the gender of the unborn fetus and as soon as the ultrasound occurs, your immature body and consciousness becomes the locus of societal norms and customs

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    use FindLaw). A case was filed against Taylor and the bank under the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 stating that she was subjected to sexual harassment during her job. The harassment included the bank vice president Taylor following the plaintiff into the bathroom, fondling the plaintiff, then pressuring her to have sex with him(Walsh p303). During the trial, it was revealed that Vinson with the fear of losing her job had sexual intercourse with Taylor several times and he sexually harassed

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    teaching, domestic work, and retail, further changes after World War II expanded job horizons for women in fields traditionally reserved for men. World War II was a principal reason for this change, as the nation’s war needs created a shortage of available working men, which made opportunities for women to assume factory jobs and other work typically done by men. While women often were not able to retain those jobs after the war ended, the experience created a precedent that women were capable of

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    of a safe harbor from charges of discrimination. 5 Job Discrimination Equal Rights The laws on equal rights between women and man were joined by new EU legislation in 2000 that prohibit discrimination on other grounds. Under these new laws it is illegal to discriminate against someone because of their racial and ethnic origin, religion and belief, disability, sexual orientation, age. These five areas of discrimination, together with gender discrimination, are included in the Amsterdam Treaty

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    *Administration and Society Title: The Human Element; Bureaucracy, Gender and Race Introduction Do high management level employees make decisions or should the front line workers have a say? Should women be looked down upon because historically men are dominant? Does color determine how intelligent or ethical a person can be? These are questions that sadly many individuals cannot truly answer in our society today. It is the year 2015 and we have dramatically grown as a whole society, but are we

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    greatly proportioned with Hispanic and African Americans, white men appear to make up the majority of the city’s firefighters. The recruitment efforts used in the past may not have intentionally been designed to rule out a class of individuals, but a job applicant could argue under the disparate impact theory an issue of discrimination. The disparate impact theory of discrimination is a legal theory recognized by the federal court system and the burden of proof bears on the employer.

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