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    Smart Casual Rules

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    The Rules to Men’s Smart Casual The workplace as we know it is changing. Open plan co-working spaces are replacing traditional offices all over the world. More and more freelancers are entering the workforce. Major corporations are relaxing their stuffy dress codes. With all these changes comes a new category of dress for guys to navigate: smart casual. What is Smart Casual? Smart casual is basically a mash-up of business casual, casual and business dress codes. If you threw them all into a blender together, smart casual would be the end result. On the surface, smart casual is a more stylish, fashion-conscious approach to professional dress. Instead of the status quo (khakis and a woven shirt), there’s more room to play. Smart casual…

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    Ann Taylor

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    Problem Statement The issue facing Ann Taylor in 2014 was a fairly common one, particularly for brands that have been established for as long as this women’s clothing store magnate has been. This chain of specialty stores was initially established in 1954. As such, it had witnessed myriad changes in styles and fickle customer tastes since the midway point of the 20th century. The crux of the issue that Ann Taylor was experiencing was simple enough: it needed to change with the times without…

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    We would wear the Save-A-Lot shirt that we are given, but some of us would wear different styles of pants, shoes, and outerwear. Even though what we are doing at work is against the dress code, we are all fully capable to doing our jobs around the store. The most surprising thing about dressing somewhat casually at work, we don't receive any complaints from our bosses or customers. In the article “Does Casual Dress Affect Productivity?” by CC Holland, she describes that if employers are…

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    Casual Manhood

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    also told that men should be the ones to initiate physical contact with women and if they do not like it or do not become aroused, their “manhood” plummets. Danube and colleagues’ scholarly journal says, “Manhood is earned by the continual performance of behaviors that demonstrate that one is powerful, tough, and rejects all that is womanly, gay, or otherwise non-masculine” (2014). Danube also covers the increasing trend of “casual sex” among young people. Stepp’s article talks about how college…

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    talk with ordinary questions such as: “What is your favorite color?”, “Do you like…”, “Would you ever….”, and so on. This is done so the other person can get to know you better and see if there will be a chance for second date. The way you should dress for this occasion would be very casual and comfortable. This is due to the fact that you are not going out to a fancy place so dressing too extravagant might send out the wrong message. Casual clothing should include wearing “a simple white tee…

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    Casual Argument Analysis

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    One of the points of disagreement seemed to be that the Casual Stories article believes that “Casual argument is at the heart of political problem definitions. Problem definition is centrally concentrated with attributing bad conditions to human behavior instead of accident, fate, or nature.” (Stone, 1989, p. 299)Click and drag to move ‌ Where as the Construction of Target Populations article states “Social constructions of targets help us to understand the dynamics of policy change, even in…

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    Benefits Of Casual Sex

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    Casual sex is a very controversial topic. Many view casual sex as psychologically damaging, harmful to society, and even dangerous. But these critics fail to acknowledge the benefits of casual sex, especially from the perspective of women. In the essay, I will argue that women should have casual sex because it is ultimately empowering because it increases confidence, emotional stability, and releases inhibition. Casual sex allows women to be in control of their own sexuality and free from…

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    Casual Sex Analysis

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    This article addresses the dynamic behaviors and the reaction between male and females when it comes to casual sex. Within society casual sex is usually a male thing and that women who part takes in these activities rather don’t discuss it. Causal sex is between two partners that are not established with one and other. The author Melanie takes an in-depth look into the sexual transition between the sexes. Melanie thoroughly looks at how young Canadians find the in having casual sex. In 2005…

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    Sex is a person’s choice. They may decide to be abstinent, wait until they find somebody they love before having sex, or have casual sex that is not part of a serious relationship. It is a person’s choice as to when it is the right time for them to have sex. Whether it is to wait until marriage, wait a year, three months, two weeks, or even forty five minutes after meeting a partner; it is still a personal decision. My personal choice is to build a relationship and an emotional bond between the…

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    Casual Homophobia Speech

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    During the last week, 23,432times the phrase “no homo” has been tweeted, 19,893times the phrase “so gay” been tweeted, 45,041times the word “f……” been tweeted. During the course of this speech the number shown for the amount of homophobia shown on twitter will rise. These figures only show the hate from one social media outlet, but what about the countless other social media sites, what about the casual homophobia shown in reality. Casual homophobia is still an issue which needs to be…

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