But the men that make the false accusations about the young girls are not held accountable for the lies or considered a lawbreaker. I’ve reread this article a few times now and I appreciate her points on how unfair women in our society were treated and think she gave great examples to back herself. Things have definitely come leaps and bounds since that time but there is for sure work still to be done in our society
Whilst effective and persuasive, these interviews are severely deceptive. Cleverly silencing any footage which may impede his argument, Moore creates stronger negative representations of the news media and government. When the audience is introduced to the interview with Matt Stone, both the interviewer and interviewee are settled, relaxed, and talking casually. Because the audience does not see Moore approaching Stone, they are positioned to believe that this kind of conversation is commonplace. Moore is therefore represented as an average American which the audience can relate to and trust.
The Idea in Brief • Peter Drucker’s extensive, thoughtful writing about the management of organizations has garnered both zealous disciples and dismissive critics. • The point with Drucker is to read not primarily for the ideas, though they are both useful and interesting, but rather to learn from the way he thinks. • Drucker’s real contribution lies in his integrative, holistic thinking; fairmindedness; and dispassionate objectivity. One can learn more— and more deeply—from observing the discipline of his mind than from studying the content of his thought. page 1 Because a manager can profit both from the ideas and from the discipline of mind by which they are formulated.
Hansen paints this immaculate picture of the game of golf. “golf occasionally and mysteriously rewarded me with soaring, dead center drives, high approach shots that danced even nearer to the hole, and putts that craftily wantdered across the green and found the four-and-a-half-inch cup as if the ball were a hound sniffing its way home.” (para 2). This success is not always the case, Hansen later then points out how disenchanted he becomes when he doesn’t receive such marvelous rewards,
It’s what we are actually saying that’s really mucking up our relationships.” At first brief look, Bernstein’s argument is effective because she gives good examples that support her argument and most people can empathize with. Also, she supports her argument by adding tricks and tips to helps readers improve their interactions on Facebook. However, when I read her article in depth, I found that her argument is weak because she did not study data as statistics, she use some examples that are not related to the main idea ,and she ignores certain age groups that use Facebook the most. Elizabeth Bernstein uses logic effectively by giving good details and examples that most people can relate to, which also support her argument. She was able to reach out to the audience and use the audience’s emotion by using common examples that people faced every day on status updates such as food, daily life, and love life.
And after a more attentive investigation on guys around me and myself, I realized that there are three reasons that make guys always enjoy unnecessary stuffs are that they thinks these stuff are more innovative can help them to solve some certain problems more effectively, these stuff will help them to gain more respect from other genders and these stuff will keep them not to be outdated. First of all, guys always believed that the more innovative, mechanical stuff they can posses, the more effective these stuff can help them to solve some certain problems t. In his article, Dave gave an example of his old used computers and of how willingly he can be ready to spend money for a more innovative and powerful computer with full of unknown functions just to type and compose his journals. This example suddenly reminded me to a perfect similar story regarding to my cousin Vincent who, to me, will not hesitate to change his current smart phone for a newest I phone because he would believe its innovation will help to assist some undiscovered duties of his jobs. Vincent is a great model of guy who is always obsessed of the more powerful but unnecessary stuffs because the number of times he changed
This is shown when he admits early in the story that he does not judge Gatsby because Gatsby had an "extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readiness". This made Nick more loyal to Gatsby than other characters in the book. Nick overlooks the wrongness of Gatsby's bootlegging, his known associations with speakeasies, and with the character Meyer Wolfsheim, a man rumored to have fixed the World Series in 1919. Yet he is disapproving of Jordan Baker for cheating in a golf game. He also says that he is prepared to forgive this sort of behavior in a woman, "It made no difference to me.
His reaction to the criticism of the song is baffling. He said in an interview, on nation-wide television, that the song isn’t sexist, in fact it’s a feminist movement as the women have control in the song. Of course they do, that’s why he cares so much about their opinion and their consent. The director of the music video said that she wanted to deal with the ‘misogynistic, funny lyrics’ and make it playful. She actually said they were funny.
However, on the other hand I feel that Zinn over-exaggerates. His biased point of view has noticeably seeped through previous chapters, but I was okay with it because I understand his point of view and what message he’s trying to get across. But when it comes to a matter like this, I don’t think he’s in any position to speak about the numerous and severe injustices done to women because those times of great inequality didn’t break any of these women; it only made them
When entering a classroom, a knowledgeable student always goes directly to his seat and promptly takes out the previous night's lessons so that he might review it once more before the start of class. A knowledgeable student knows things such as the multiplication tables all the way up to twenty, and how to diagram every sentence that he hears. A wise person dresses in a fashion that suits him, so that he is conformable, not worrying what everyone else around him thinks. Upon entering a room, a wise person casually greets their friends, engages in a little conversation and then continues on with their business, knowing that it is important to let people know that you always enjoy talking with them. A wise person knows things such as the importance of dates and times and why things should happen.