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  • Woman In Low Paid Jobs
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    Sex Discrimination Despite Legislation for Equal Opportunities, sexism is still in evidence in the workplace. Sexism is a particular concern for society when considering it's effect in the workplace. Sexism has always been a particular problem in the labour market especially with the formation of capitalism. In the last half of the 20th century this has been especially highlighted due to the increase of woman entering the labour market. This aroused the need for a legislation for equal opportuni...
  • Occupational Hazard For Combat Pilots
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    GI Jane In today's society, with affirmative action full out in most industries and businesses, and the equal rights movement having made great progress; there is finally a snag in the nylons of woman activists. The question of whether women should have to serve in combat is upon us. And I am all to happy to give my whole hearted no. If you have kept up with the news in recent years, women have been fighting their way into the top military academies, the Citadel being the most recent case. These...
  • Hermit's Preoccupation With The Prostitute
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    The short story, House Opposite by R.K. Narayan is an example of a man and his struggle with his own humanity. The basic plot of the story includes a holy man (only referred to as 'the hermit') that is living along with the traditions of an Indian lifestyle. He considers himself to be a very good man, not succumbing to temptations or as it is put in the text, 'He rigorously suppressed all cravings of the palate and punished his body in a number of ways. ' It is indicated that the hermit really d...
  • Shaw's Perception Of A Modern Woman
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    Mrs. Warren's Profession by: Andrew Mclatchie Essay Topic: Shaw's perception of a thoroughly modern woman as revealed in the play. Shaw's perception of a modern woman is completely different from what was expected at the time. Vivie is his instrument for portraying this fact. He portrayed Vivie as someone who has a strong business and work ethic, who is uninterested in the capital gains of marriage and as being in control of her emotions. In this time period a woman with these qualities would be...
  • Men And Women To Men
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    In this paper I will demonstrate why I believe, contrary to widespread opinion and possible even his own, that Aristophanes, not Euripides, was, of the four major dramatists fo Athens' Golden Age, the one who least respected women. Having become aware at the onset of this leterrature course of the position of women in the otherwise enlightened thought of Greece in the Fifth Century B.C., I kept my eyes open during our reading for evidences of, if I may comit an anachronism, chauvinism in the pla...

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