The link between the baby’s present condition and the three-year-old sisters is that, the three year old might have transferred the virus to the six month old through touch, coughing or sneezing. As it is with shingles the virus was dormant for four month till the time that their mother noted the blister like lesions on the babies back (page17). 4.The baby did not have symptomatic illness when his sister was experiencing it because at the time, the baby was being breast fed by the mother. This means the baby was getting natural antibiotics from his mother through the breast milk. Two moths after the cessation of breast-feeding, the baby did not have that protection anymore.
For Women in America, Equality is Still an Illusion In her article, "For Women in America, Equality is Still an Illusion", Jessica Valenti subject matter is to describe the discrepancies between what is perceived as gender equality to what is really occurring in America in hopes of ending the mistreatment and injustices of women. Valenti writes this essay in hopes of disillusioning women that believe they have the same equal rights and treatments that men have in America. She conveys a certain emotionally upset tone in her work (mainly due to her being a woman) to grab the reader's attention. She uses selection of detail to show the hardships of women not only in America, but in other countries as well. Valenti provides many statistics of abuse against women here in the United States as well as examples of evidence for the mistreatment of women.
Where Marie de France comes from, many people disagree with women having power through literature. They disagree with women having much power at all. Because of this, Marie de France feels the urge to protect herself from those people. She argues that credit and respect should be bestowed upon anyone who earns it, regardless of their gender. Before her story even begins, Marie de France contests the idea of female inferiority.
She states in the first paragraph “… I haven’t noticed any women like me on television…” yet her next paragraph is centered on a television show about a woman with MS. Mairs tries to redeem herself by describing how this woman’s emotional weakness, for running back to her doctor/love interest, is inaccurate, but that is mostly a sexist representation of women and less a misrepresentation of the disabled. Mairs continues the rest of the essay in her mostly hostile fashion. She tosses in many rhetorical devices to the reader which, admittedly, makes her feel somewhat relatable and real. Her informal style of writing makes it seem like she knows her reader on an intimate level, therefor you are more inclined to accept her statements without evidence, succumbing to her requests for disability to be viewed as normal. She wraps up her essay
The care assistant may also hold the cup or glass for the service user as a precaution against spills or dropping the glass/ cup. This falls into the moving and handling principle. A(iv) As there is a care plan in place for the service user, the nurse on the day trip with the residents should know that service user C is a type two diabetic and should have the necessary tablets and medication that this service user needs. If the nurse did not read the care plan for this person and this scenario were to happen, this could prove to be dangerous and stressful. By following the care plan the nurse was able to know that she needed a sugary drink with her and that the service user had taken her tablets before the trip began.
Her reasoning is because; women are reaching out to stop all the pain of being alone, and why they soon find out that was a mistake. This article has shown me what advertising does to women. It is very upsetting to see that kind of abuse happening every day. I would never want that to happen to me or anybody in my family. Works Cited Kilbourne, Jean.
She states that if we continue to participate we will be a “repressive society” which to me seems very one sided, she speaks to everyone in this essay, because she wants everyone to know that if you participate in the pc, we are not only being ridiculous but we are being a “repressive society.” This essay, or what seems to be an essay, is not an effective argument because of the way she argues, she does not see things from both sides, but she chooses to voice her side and why she thinks it is ridiculous! By just reading the essay once, made me believe that this is not a great essay or argumentative essay why? Because she just argues her point and not seeing it through how other people think of it, just her point of view. As I have stated in my introduction,
I made sure dignity was maintained at all times by exposing only the part of the body I was cleaning. As patient A was less mobile, patient A couldn’t fully assist with rolling; however, with support from myself and the nurse, we could roll patient A enough to clean the back and buttocks. To enable this to happen; I put patient A’s arms across their chest and gently rolled patient A onto their side, I provided support to patient A while the nurse cleaned and put clean sheets on the bed. During the task I communicated with patient A to ensure they felt comfortable, and to keep patient A
Darcus Howe was on the show to converse about a film that he was promoting about race, and Joan was planning on talking about her tour, as stated later on in the conversation. Joan Rivers firstly lost her temper when Darcus stated that the term “black offends Joan”. She could have got irritated by that statement for many reasons, but I personally feel that it was either because she had just made a very unbiased opinion on race at the start and believes that racial discrimination should be stopped and looked down upon, and then he completely disregards what she has said by making her sound like a hypocrite on air, or because she felt the need to immediately clear up the allegations pointed at her due to the fact that she was starring in a live radio broadcast and would not want people getting the wrong impression of her as this allegation could lead to the loss of her reputation or maybe even her career as a whole. Obviously the radio show has many rules and regulations, which must be followed and this argument
I hate the way you were being sexist here. When people see this part of the article, many women or girls would be deranged. I know I am definitely furious. I don’t think anyone- even if they are desperate- would even sleep with their sister. 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”.