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    Equality In The Workforce: Are Women Really Succeeding? Women have always been in the background of men, starting from the beginning of time, in the caveman days when females were gathers instead of the hunters like the males, or they were not the ones that “bring home the bacon” as people say, there were only certain jobs for women, and certain rights that women received. This has to do with the roles that society puts on genders and how they are not equal to each other. Equality is achieved when everyone is able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resource and opportunities regardless of gender. In society men can only do certain things and women can only do certain things. These roles have certain quotas that people just don’t break.…

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    Equality and Fairness: Failed Principles The battle to achieve a sense of fairness and equality has been relevant amongst humans since the beginning of time. Advocates who effortlessly argue the need for an equal socioeconomic system recognize that little to no change has been made throughout time. Philosopher John Rawls’s principles of fairness and equality state that everyone has a right to basic liberties and the greatest social and economic privileges are granted only if the greatest social…

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    on the Constitution, equality is achievable in America’s society. There are several amendments in the Constitution that have changed the possibilities of achieving equality; Amendments 1, 13, 15, 19, 23, and 26. Some people may say that equality isn’t achievable though, because everyone will have their own opinions and you can’t make people think a certain way. While others think that equality is able to be reached because we as Americans have already come so far; segregation, slavery, and…

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    Equality, as defined by Google, is the state of being equal, especially in status, rights, and opportunities. I define equality as having the same opportunities everyone els has; with with the same amount of effort given. However, I feel that, in America everyone has the same oppurtunity, but not with the same effort applied. I am basing my opinon on the aspects of race, gender, social background, and etc. America, has come a long way from the way equality use to be portrayed. Nevertheless, I…

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    Equality is the state of being equal in status, rights, and opportunities. While we might have equality there will always be forms of inequality that are present in our everyday life and society. Inequality comes from society, religion, economics, and politics. In the world it is easy to have inequality and hard to gain equality because equality is hard to determine while inequality is obvious. It is obvious to know when someone is being misrepresented, mistreated, and labeled as second-class…

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    maintain order and stability to conserve the world as solemnly as possible. An important matter that has accumulated through laws is the concern of equality. Equality is pertaining to assure that every human being has an opportunity that is equalized in order to make good use of their lives and capabilities, and believing that no one should have deviated life chances because of a circumstance they cannot help, what they speculate, or whether they have a defect. Equality recognizes that…

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    Equality woohoo! Right? Everybody thinks they want it, everybody thinks they know what it means, but do they? Total equality in society is impossible. One of the big problems causing equality to be is distant dream is humans themselves. In order for there to be total equality, we would all need to have the same mental regard for life. Also, physical differences would have to be eradicated. We will never all be equal mentally. Some might say people could learn to see past other’s mental…

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    Originally, Title IX started with equality in school related activities, but soon advanced to equality in sports. Amanda Ross Edwards covers this transition in her article, when she mentions the first intentions of Title IX by saying “Although current debates focus on gender equity in athletics, Title IX legislation as originally written did not even mention sport” (300). The switch from gender equality in education to gender equality in sports explains the idea of Title IX because it shows how…

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    While I was growing up, I didn’t think the issue of women’s rights will ever affect me. My mom always talked about how much women are treated unequally. But at the age of fifth-teen, I finally realized how much I really do need women’s rights in my life. Not only did I feel it personally, but watching it happen all around me. “I raise up my voice-not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard…we cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” This quote by Malala Yousafzai…

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    Humanity tends to be going towards equality, even though there is a myriad number of differences between us, but we are actually heading toward it, however equality is a strong word with a vast number of meanings and most of us tends to consider it from his/her own perspective, as we know there is two types of equality (Formal and Substantive) we already have formal quality (which is advantageous) but we need more -but specific quantity of- substantive equality to fill up the holes which the…

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