And besides, this is the sort of reaction you would most likely get from a guy when he is deprived of any female contact within a school environment. I say that this book should not be banned. Yes there is violence but we are used to it already. It seems immoral but people are allowed to have their own opinions. There may be a large amount of inappropriate language but we have heard it already.
When he heard the insults against Joyce, he only said “let’s get quiet and make the best of it” it is unacceptable heard a teacher said that. Maybe in the past don’t exited the NAEYC Code of ethical, and maybe no body remember Mr. Moore one of a value most important for a teacher according to the NAEYC “Respect diversity in children, families, and colleagues”, It is very sad see how those kind of event affected persons and even generation through the
However, sometimes emotions and nurturing can affect the business in a negative manner. Obviously, women need more financing than men, but the question is who is eager to provide them with that? Today everyone is so concerned about their own finances and instead of thinking and acting for the greatest good; people only care about their own
He additionally uses backing to support this warrant by creating the idea that “Any satisfaction it gives to the students who display these symbols is far outweighed by the discomfort it causes to many others” (118). However, a counterargument, or rebuttal, is also provided in response to this warrant. Bok states that “[The students] must have known they would upset many fellow students and ignore the decent regard for the feeling of other so essential to building and preserving a strong and harmonious community” (118). Bok provides us with a counter way of thinking. We now, as a result of believing the intentions of the students were to upset others, are drawn to side against them and their rights to display these
I was arguing with people I didn't even know saying, that it wasn't the author's problem if people got offended. I felt it was Belknap's writing and he could do whatever he wanted. But they weren't having any of it. They kept bringing up that the writing was offensive to a lot of people because it insulted religion. The same thing happened in my lunch period.
The hidden curriculum has a big influence on pupils, its one thing to teach the child educationally but if the child is treated unjustly (no voice) by the school system then a much more negative message is given to those pupils about the nature of society. According to Functionalists, meritocracy exists in all of society. Parson (1961) believes in the wider society everyone is treated the same and that your position is determined by your effort and your will to achieve. So society is said to be meritocratic, as everybody can achieve if they want to. Durkheim (2002) Believes that there are fixed rules for all and by transmitting the norms and values across society, it is then fair and meritocratic.
As I still continue to read the ignorant article, I come towards the abusive language when you comment and say “there are so many of the bastards”. The way you use the abusive language is very harsh. If you had done your research, you would have found out that homelessness is caused by many didn’t things such as parents, friends or relatives unwilling or unable to continue to accommodate them, relationship breakdown, including domestic violence, unemployment and loss of an assured short hold tenancy. Along with many different reasons, why people are homeless, which you never implied to use. Nevertheless, I have never seen anyone be so harsh by talking about themselves, it will make everything better.
He does, however try to give these women a chance to almost prove to him that they aren’t phonies, but almost every single time he is disappointed. This leads him to conclude that all of them are phonies. He also believes that the adult world is so full of phonies that the people living in that world can’t even see what they have become, making him lose even more respect for people who are older than himself. He is scared of growing up, and because of this, he reacts negatively towards people who are older than he. Because of this, it’s almost impossible for him to trust or respect women.
This leads to "women viewing their bodies as a never-ending project, with the goal of appearing as a younger woman" (Martens, in class). The more women are expected to appear youthful, the more society pushes these beauty standards which in turn perpetuates the issue and allows skin care companies to continue profiting off an abundance of anti-aging skin care products. Not only are these skin care products often expensive, they are almost exclusively targeted towards women rather than for both women and men. This perpetuates the double-standards of beauty for women and men. Men are not expected to purchase such products and are often praised for their aging, leading them to not having to worry about their skin or appearance as they age, while women continue to fork out money to meet unrealistic
By further explanation of the halo/horns effect, the author gains some persuasion but yet the illustration and examples given do not apply to all situations. The author’s point of view is not persuasive due to overgeneralization. Even though attractive people may possibly leave a good first impression to others, it would not lead them further without good inner personalities. Especially when it comes to friends and lovers, the primary consideration for most people would be common interests, honesty, and kindness instead of a good appearance. Furthermore, Katz’s notion that beautiful people can “cash a check with far less hassle than a plain Jane or John” is very misleading since professionals such as educators, bank clerks are often trained with strict disciplines of treating every person equally with same respect and patience.