The article: “Gendered Media: The influence of Media on Views of Gender” by Julia T. Wood affirms that media expresses the illustrations of sexes and these are distorted and stereotypical. In the other hand, contemporary media has been changing quite considerably by portraying equal rols for men and women (Gauntlett 57). In the movie The Persuit of Happyness (2006) the main character Chris Garner, clearly portrayed both traditional and contemporary messages by being emotionally vulnerable man in many aspects of his life but keeping some traditional roles. There are still social expectations that guide the idea of what it means to be a men or a women inside the movie leading more so to a contemporary perspective but also showing traditional behaviors. “Gender roles became incresingly equal and non-streotyped” (Gauntlett 58).
Do they mention anything you think potential employers would want to hear more about? The profile is nice. I like how she put key words that accentuated her point in bold font. She put her skills in bold font which made them very easy to identify. I think employers would be interested in her professionalism and communication skills.
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The Myers – Briggs description includes that “ENTPs are frequently described as clever, cerebrally and verbally quick, enthusiastic, outgoing, innovative, flexible, loyal and resourceful (Wikipedia)”. I found this accurate because I see myself as a clever person, for example if someone makes a remark to me, I am able to quickly and easily verbally defend myself. I am also able to verbally improvise when it comes to speeches or any public speaking and can come up with something off the top of my head. The ENTP personality is also explained as an enthusiastic personality, I find this to be accurate especially when it involves something that I enjoy. If I have created something or been a part of something I am very enthusiastic about it, I like to tell friends and family and show what I have accomplished.
In a male society ,male literature has been created. Positive attributes or traits were given to men and less positive to women.According to D.Jill Savitt, “While male character have been given free reign to be what they like,even to fail if they choose, women characters have been written to play and replay the same the same themes limited as they are (par.,1) Dickens’ novel, A Tale of Two Cities, deconstruct many false assumptions about women in a patriarchal culturese or society. A
They then set out in Louise’s ’66 Thunderbird for the adventure of their lives. Throughout the movie, there are times in which you find yourself wondering what in the world the character is doing and how they could possibly be so naive, but Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis are both so vibrant, funny, and sweet that you can’t help but feel for them. Many people view this film as sexist, attacking the male gender. However, I have quite the different outlook on it. Although it is overall empowering to women, that does not have to automatically mean it must be downgrading to men.
The women’s trend being a primary breadwinner is increasing because the larger number of women are earning higher degrees and entering the workforce (Claire). Sarah Jane Glynn, an analyst with the Center for American Progress, told the Washington Post that the recent recession accelerated the trend. “Part of what’s happening is that more men have been getting laid off and are having difficulty finding work…And with the way the recovery’s played out, some men who lost their jobs wound up taking others that paid less,” she noted (Claire). With the rise of working women, it is beneficial for the family as they are contributing more income towards the family. In today’s economy, when the cost of everything is going very high, it is very hard to raise the kids and run the family.
Motherhood entails a significant amount of resentment in this story. This is an aspect of motherhood which can relate on a more common ground with the modern day sci-fi. The reason being, single parenting is a concept that viewers can relate to much easier than some of the more extreme concepts that Butler goes into detail with. The traditional outlook at motherhood is again flipped upside down in this genre, with Denise’s best friend eventually having to adopt her cloned child. Paige undergoes a great deal of sacrifice, which is seems as though is perceived as a normality in the genre of black sci-fi.
Sade argues for the interrelationship between sexual and political freedom. How does Philosophy in the Boudoir engage with or dramatise this argument? Do you think it is correct? Argument continues today regarding the Marquis de Sade and the ambiguous representation of his works. For many, his material is judged as what some feminists would define as a “form of violence against women”, whose representations “eroticize male domination”, (Robin Ann Sheets, “Pornography, Fairytales and Feminism” 635), but for many readers of Sade’s work, once they see through the ‘smut’ and the erotica, there is often found by the reader an underlying message which is sometimes seen as radical, or one which was not elaborated further until many years later.
I also, learned through my fellow students answers. The module was well presented and I could see the how the layout was very user friendly. The assignments were clear and well put out, and the TA for our group was very efficient. Sometimes studying through distance learning gets very lonely, it was very refreshing being able to converse with other students. 2 Charlene Christine Govender 2.