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    it seems as if she was conscious of the girl being closer at the time it was pulled, however the teacher pointed me out of the group. This is probably due to my race since I was different from the group compared to everyone else. Moreover, inequality due to gender can be considered. For instance, both the teacher and the girls were female. Being a male, the teacher must have thought of me as the victim of this illegal act instead of the female students. This probably due to the fact that, boys…

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    One of the worst forms of social inequity that girls deal with, is gender inequality. Another example of social inequity found in the Wringer, by Jerry Spinelli, is when the boys that Palmer has befriended, Beans, Mutto, and Henry, bully and tease a girl just because she’s a girl. This is an example of social inequity because it’s not fair to bully someone just because of their gender. On page 104, Beans takes a muskrat that his cat brought him, nuked it, and pinned it to Dorothy’s door.…

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    There are different ways that people see each other and how they should be treated. Gender inequality is a topic that surrounds the idea that there is still difference in the world that separates people from seeing each other equally. Feminism is the idea that there should be equality in the the theory of the political, economic, and social means of the sexes. However this is not the belief of every individual in the world. There are many factors that change the way people view each other, for…

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    own so much, they own more than half the population of the U.S. (Paul Buchheit/Alternet). That is proof that there is inequality still in today's society. The western world has made a great effort since the middle ages, but we still have things like gender inequality, income inequality, and political inequality. You might not think about it, but there is a lot of gender inequality in today’s society. Believe it or not, but in some places, women can't even drive. While your sister’s and mother’s…

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    Women have been steadily making their way into the workforce and now, more than ever, you see women in typically male dominated workplaces. Though it is a step in the right direction for gender equality many inequalities still exist within the workplace. Women are still paid significantly less than their male counterparts, they have less of a chance for promotions and when being the minority they experience more harassment in the workplace. While being a working woman has become quite common…

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    The challenges of gender inequalities in the world today are consistent with the pre-civilization socio-cultural divergence. Ethnic/tribal, religious, gender and resource-scarcity used to be the extreme dichotomies between two tribes, causing them fight each other. Today, the paradigm has changed, inequalities have expanded beyond imagination. It 's now possible to subdivide gender inequality by itself into many categories, such as Frontline combat, violence, land ownership, family inheritance…

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    Gender Inequality in Professional US Soccer In the United States, the professional opportunities, which are available for women to play soccer, are small compared to men. Not only that, but after having more success in competitive play, they do not earn an equal or higher pay than men as well. Soccer has been primarily a male dominated sport with more opportunities and funds allotted for development, earnings, and venues. Even though the US Women’s Soccer team has great success and support from…

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    In this discussion about Gender Inequality in the Workplace, a controversy has risen over what women experience in the workplace and what are the solutions to solve the gender inequality in the workplace. The issue came to the forefront of the public’s attention when women first started to think about being working mothers. Proponents of gender inequality in the workplace argue that women suffer from discrimination at work and women were seen only to be housewives and this did not change with…

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    In the 21st century, today, the media makes us believe that we are coming closer to solving gender inequality. We often hear how more women are getting educated and coming out of college with high degrees. Many women go into work fields that were originally dominated by men. The image of strong and dependent women is more common among society. Most notable, women are starting to lead many parts of the world both politically and economically. Examples of positive women image include Hillary…

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    The concept of intersectionality “is the insight that different forms of inequality should not be analyzed separate and distinct from each other, but instead as interacting or intersecting with each other” (Smiet, 2015, p. 10). In order to understand fully the experiences of marginalized groups, there must be an examination of the intersection of race, gender, class, religion, and sexual orientation (Schramm-Pate, 2017). During the 19th century, the abolition and suffrage movements excluded…

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