She uses ethos, pathos, logos to gain the readers trust. She appeals to motion and logic in her reader through passion and unwavering intensity. Her argument is invalidate because it attempt to steal ethos from sources which disapproved of those who take radical point of view about marriage First, there is no primary claim. Anna begins her article with how much Evans lucky for having two moms she attempt to turn the corner about the happiness of having two moms to make the reader focus in her view. And the concise statements build anticipation, which is concluded with what the writer wants the reader to accept as a fact; Evan and his two moms are a family.
Hope Edelman looks at the realities of marriage and imbalanced parenting roles in her article "The Myth of Co-Parenting." She writes about the common belief that couples have when going into a marriage: things will be perfect. Edelman uses her own marriage to reveal the unexpected difficulties that married couples experience when trying to share responsibilities of working and raising a family. She explains that even though many females feel liberated and inspired to be independent from their husbands, often times these women still end up doing most of the domestic work. Edelman shows how embedded gendered work is in our society, even among feminists.
The author also uses irony to add a bit of humor, and also emphasize judgment on men’s idea of the gender roles. “ I want a wife who will work and send me to school”. Hyperbole: The author creates an unrealistic image of the typical wife and exaggerates to make a point. “I want a wife who will go along when our family takes a vacation …rest and change of scene”. This is an exaggeration because even on her free time, the wife is portrayed as a slave to the husband.
The wife of Bath’s tale is the struggle of who has the bigger pants in the relationship. The wife in her relationships feels empowered and enjoys having the control of her husbands. When power is held over someone else than they also have control, the Wife of Bath’s prologue and tale, one could even view the contradictions on the way she has lived her
Sarah Yoest Pederson in her paper “A Family Of A Different Feather” reiterated the importance of respecting and recognizing the various family settings in the society. Now, I have learned that irrespective of gender, relationships can be established and sustained through effective communication, being open minded and by accepting the choices of others. First, through effective communication, people can learn a lot about each other’s family composition and what they desire in their relationships realized the importance of communications at my work place. I work for two women who are romantically attached to each other. Initially, I hated seeing both of them and made up my mind not to have any interactions with them apart from our job.
Critical Thinking Final Examination 1-Choose a stereotype that you do not believe to be true. List the characteristics that compose that stereotype. Write a paragraph explaining why you don’t believe the stereotype is true. Gender stereotype - Traditionally, the female stereotypic role is to marry and have children. She is also to put her family's welfare before her own; be loving, compassionate, caring, nurturing, and sympathetic; and find time to be sexy and feel beautiful.
Abigail Adams believed women should be educated and be recognized for their intellectual capabilities, so they could guide and influence the lives of their children and husband instead of being companions. Three reasons why men shouldn’t be given unlimited power are because women and men should have equal powers, education and property rights. Would you want to live a life where the husband treats you as a slave and he’s the master? Or where women are ignored and do not have any property rights? While John Adams was attending the Continental Congress to support American independence, Abigail Adam asked her husband to “remember the ladies” (pg.
She finds daily work challenges and working with driven people to be highly motivating and she sees herself as a “star” at work. Based on her beliefs of what makes a good parent, she is also highly motivated to be a devoted mother at home. The motivators are conflicting and she is feeling pressured, guilty, unhappy and stressed, The MARS model of individual behaviour and performance is a good illustration of Anna’s current difficult situation. Her behaviour and performance is deteriorating as role perceptions and situational factors clash with her motivators. Motivation – Anna much prefers the daily challenges of working on a client site over working on internal office projects.
The tone of Brady’s essay reveals that she is fed up with the dominant attitude of men. She describes all the things that she must do as a wife and how pleasurable it would be if she could have a wife to return all of the same quality deeds that she possesses. Brady shows how selfish and ridiculously self-centered a man can be. She must worry about his physical needs, social life, sexual needs, child care and cleanliness of their home establishment. I believe Brady’s tone and writing style seems perfect for this topic.
Jennifer runs a tight ship and work, and she is organized enough to prepare lists, so the work is done right. I believe it takes a strong woman with a good self-concept to be an administrative assistant, and take care of an entire family, but I also believe stress is taking a toll on Jennifer’s body and her mind. I find it hard commuting back and forth to work, so I understand Jennifer has severe frustrations. Maybe Jennifer believes she has to do everything for everyone for people to love her, because everyone probably can’t believe how much she can do in one day. They might even call her “Superwoman”, but that is just a television show, and not reality.