She was unable to take clients to lunch because of how it would be perceived. A woman taking a man to lunch that may be married, would look unfavorable for the company. With all of these challenges, Rabidue began to have problems in the workplace and was perceived as having a negative attitude and being a troublesome employee with coworkers and customers. When the courts heard Rabidue’s case they dismissed it stating that there was no evidence that Henry’s antics
Trauma begins when Maria hears everything from the hole and the torturing and screaming of her mother. Maria being 14 wants to go and help her mother but doesn’t cause of the safety of Alberto. Maria makes sure that Alberto does not hear anything and covers his ears. After all the screaming from Maria’s mother she hears gun shots and then silence. Knowing the horror she was going to find when she came out of the hole she tears a piece of her dress that her mother made for her and blindfolds
David feels discriminated because he is different; he is not a person of the norm. People in Waknuk don’t like the fact that some people are different and the men tell the women what to wear. All the women in Waknuk wear long dresses. So in Waknuk all the people have to be the same and have to dislike something’s that is even the slightest bit different. When David dreams his dream about the city he tells his sister.
Made in Dagenham is a British film released in 2010. This film gained tremendous appreciation among the women's throughout the world as it re-embraced the strike by Ford company's car seat sewers in 1968. The aim of these female protests was to get equal pay as men do. The females at first were undermined and were looked down upon by the directors of the Ford Corporation but later the unity and their will proved that women are not second Fidel's to males. This suffrage of couple of years was pivotal in redefining women's role and status quo in the society.
She must fight off the influences of her grandmother, who encourages her to marry for security, and her first two husbands, who thwart her development. Her second husband, Jody, has an especially negative impact on Janie's growth as his prevailing aspirations turn her into a symbol of his stature in the town. She is not allowed to be herself, but must subdue herself to his ideas of propriety, which means she cannot enjoy the talk of the townsfolk on the porch let alone participate in it. “This business of the head-rag irked her endlessly. But Jody was set on it.
A lot of parents in this modern decade are failing to responsibly teach their children good manner. In a newsletter called club news, outraged coach Sam argues with a frustrated and critical tone about toxic parents poisoning the club by not educating their children on basic sportsmanship. Sam establishes he’s audience by using hard evidence, He involves the audience in an emotionally and repetitive way by using 8 year old Emily as an example ‘She didn’t care that her team had lost. She didn’t care about her own performance. She didn’t care about the sledging by the other team.
Later on in the movie , after mixing with Rohana and Rohani he forgives his mother and goes to visit her. This is known as external attribution as his behavior was influence by situation he was in. For Brian, his mother contributed to his experiences. He blames his mother for not saving him when his dad humiliated him by leaving him by the side of the road naked as a child. He took it out on her by not visiting her and being rude and cold towards her.
However, she was left bruised badly blistered after her male vice-principal spanked her. Taylor’s mother gave permission for her daughter’s punishment, but she did not know it would be the schools male vice- principal administering it. According to Springtown’s ISD policy, “corporal punishment shall be administered only by an employee who is the same sex as the student” (FOX NEWS). In Taylor’s case, her punishment caused injury to her body. Two days after the paddling Taylor stated that, “[she] still has welts on her today” (FOX NEWS).
Having worries, her parents take her to a therapist. But he is soon fired when he proposes that she should be put on medication. Her mom notices Phoebe’s self-destructive behavior at home, and her constantly getting into trouble at school, but she refuses to accept that there’s anything wrong with her daughter. Other than the trouble with Phoebe, her parents are also dealing with their own relationship problems. Her young sister feels jealous and left out when she watches Phoebe get all the attention from both parents.