Name: Tran Hoang Son ID: s3373169 Group: 2 Assessment 2 – Critical Response No Women In Combat In the article, “ No Women in Combat”, published in Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces 1992, Report to the President, November 15, Darren Graves(2008) states that women do not have enough conditions to serve in army although Women have claimed being just as tough as men that they could serve in army like other men. Darren Graves also said that women may have another spot in military but not combat situation. The author is fail on several points, he corrects to consider several important issues. The author claims that a woman is not a person, who had mentally tough enough to survive in combat situation.
There are some arguments that being combat is just only for male and women should be banned from military jobs. In contrastwomen should be in combat is supported by many people. Leon Panetta- Defense Secretary, he has lifted the military's ban on women serving in combat on his announcement, it allows women into many front-line positions in combat. According to Williams (2013), " today Panette is acknowledging that to maintain the high standards of military, assignments should be based on ability, not gender". Surely, gender is not the main factor to decide that who can do good job in military because women can be a good sodier in some duties.
Jordan Wolf Lutze ENGL 110 23 September 2013 “Women, Military Service, and Gender Equality” The subject of women being allowed in the military has been debated for quite a while in the United States. Many people have very strong opinions about the capability of women to do certain jobs in the military, as well as the effects of women on the work place dynamics. In the beginning of America, in the time of the revolutionary war, it was common for a woman to disguise herself as a man in order to join the military efforts. This came to an end when the army began conducting thorough examinations to ensure that t only healthy males were enlisting. However, as time goes on, military positions have become more and more accessible to women in the United States.
Tran Trung Thao S3324298-G2 Final Draft Critical response to the article “No Women in Combat” After catastrophic wars, there was a huge amount of people that was mostly from military died to protect their countries and people lives for a beautiful future. Therefore, everyone can seem to feel the pains and agonies of the military, so calling women for the military service may be more likely unsatisfactory. This is also the reason for the appearance of the article “No Women in Combat” by Darren Graves from the Union of Military Men. The author shows three main points to prove that women are not fit to be in combat and some facts to supporting his ideas. The article is presented well with strong arguments but there are also some points that are needed to improve.
Nilufar Mohammad Professor brunkala English 302 11 January 2015 response one Part 1 Military Women in Combat: Why making it Official Matters.” McGregor was inspired to write this piece because many people are under the misconception that women and men are treated as equals and some may even argue that women have it easier than men. The purpose of this piece was to challenge those assumptions and make more people will be aware that women are not treated better than men nor are they treated From the article i learn that there are men and women working towards lifting the restrictions. McGregor informs us that “female soldiers began formally moving into jobs in previously all male battalions a result of rule changes following a February report that opened some 14,000 new positions to women
In reading “Women in the Barracks” I had a hard time determining what exactly the author was trying to make a point about. VMI was a state funded educational institution that practiced gender discrimination against admitting woman to this military institute by trying to say that it was a private school and should therefore be allowed to continue its same sex educational practices. The government had a straight hard line. With public funding, their policy excluded women from attending, there were no other nearby institutes that offered a similar program; and that was gender discrimination. The testimony by Colonel Norman Bissell was particularly interesting to me in that he appeared to believe while the women may be able to handle the physical
This will also take care of the lack of women mentors in the field. As time passes and as long as women still dream of being a good coach, some of these issues will right themselves as society progresses” (Ellis & Masterson, 2007, p.
Aunt Alexandra was horrified with the fact that Scout did not live up to the standards society had of women. She believed Scout should be wearing dresses, not running around wild like a boy. To further outstretch this topic of stereotypes, an article published in August 2014 by The New York Times stresses the phrase 'throw like a girl' and the hidden aspects of it. On the second page of the article, the author speaks of stereotypes of the female community. "Such restriction, constriction, and fragmentation can be observed in many everyday movements, including the way a woman walks, sits, and carries books.
Many men had an attitude of superiority and most women judged the women working in sciences negatively. However, there was some acceptance from men and women of females working in the scientific community. Women frequently were excluded by men from scientific study in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries because the attitude of the time was that women had only certain traits they could possess skill in, such as housework and beauty, and they lacked the intelligence to learn science. In document 3 Samuel Pepys, an Englishman, wrote in his personal diary that the Duchess of Newcastle, an author who wrote a book entitled "A World Made by Atomes", wished to be invited to the meeting of the Royal Society of Scientists. He ends his entry by saying that “The Duchess hath been a good, comely woman, but…” and proceeds to describe his negative opinion of her appearance.
For example, beauty school students volunteering for needy friends also for their practice. Second, students’ personality can be affected greatly after he/she volunteers. Some people would be say that it is not volunteering they just doing it by force but they can feel and see how other people need especially, needy friends. Also it is time to get to work with new people so students can make new friends. It can be help students build an upright character and altruism.