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    voice, and equality among social circles and not just as an accessory on their husbands or boyfriends arms”. The question is, was Martha Stewart incarcerated because feminism is working, or because she was she was a patriarch and had to be taught a lesson or was she less valued as a women, in a higher class position with an egalitarian attitude. We will explore and answer these three questions. Martha Stewart and Feminism To begin with, was Martha Stewart arrested because feminism is working? What is feminism or the feminist theory perspective? Feminism is “the belief that women and men shall share equal rights in social arena as well as the political and economical arenas of life, to include the home life” (Merriam-Webster Dictionary Online. 2014). The Critical feminist theory tries to explain this as well from a criminologist perspective. It states that “critical feminism views gender inequality as stemming from the unequal power of men and women in a capitalist society” (Siegal. 2012. p. 281-282). Many would say that feminism is recognizing that males have natural supremacy but that supremacy should be…

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    gives an opinion. There are no set guidelines for what a hero is or does. Oxford English Dictionary define a hero as someone who has “superhuman strength, courage, or ability, favoured by the gods.” To somebody, a hero could be the man who swept the nation off of their feet in the political election, and to somebody else, it could be their grandma who lives a plain life up in Kansas on a farm. In this case, a cultural hero is rooted in their beliefs, resembles hope, persists in the face of fear,…

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    According to Merriam Websters Collegiate Dictionary, “hero is a mythological or legendary figure often of divine descent endowed with great strength or ability;a man admired for his achievement and noble quality”. It is gender-neutral word though it seems to correspond or represent masculine attribute. “Hero”to me is a man of highly distinguished honor who have successfully paved a milestone to humanity and their legacy is reflected upon on day-to-day basis. However, it is also opinion or belief…

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    Felicia layfulde The Strive For Beauty The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines beauty as, “the quality or aggregate of qualities in a person or thing that gives pleasure to the senses or pleasurably exalts the mind or spirit” (Merriam-Webster). While the Oxford English Dictionary defines the word “beautiful” as “Excelling in the grace of form, charm of coloring, and other qualities, which delight the eye and call forth admiration”(What is beauty and How do we Know It?). However, this definition…

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    The sociology of sport Part I hero noun 1. a man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities. Sports culture in a modern sense has developed significantly from the era of Aztec ball games and Roman blood sports to an almost unhealthy extent. Our contemporary view of sporting persons is somewhat misconstrued, allowing the term “hero” to be thrown around in conversation quite loosely. Adultery, substance abuse and irresponsible behaviour occur…

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    Who Is Santiago A Hero

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    Webster’s dictionary defines hero as “any person admired for courage, nobility, or exploits especially in war...any person admired for qualities or achievements and regarded as wan ideal or model. While Hemingway defines it as a man who lives correctly, following ideals of honor, courage and perseverance through painful and chaotic times. Which could be considered as brave or courageous. In my opinion both of these definitions represent a hero. But I believe they are leaving out some aspects of…

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    In other words, what have I learned through my education? Have I been trained in one special area or have I gained an education not only in one area, but also in learning about myself and who I am? According to Webster’s dictionary, education is defined by the development and training of one’s mind, character, and skills, as by instruction, study, or example and the knowledge and skill resulting from such instruction and training. By this definition, one might argue that being educated means…

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    The definition that many people would give for the word would probably be that gay meant a homosexual male or female. If you look the word up on the Urban Dictionary website it comes up as a homosexual male or female or, “often used to describe something stupid or unfortunate, originating from homophobia, quite preferable among many teenage males in order to buff up their masculinity"(Gay). In recent years many people were using the word gay as a derogatory term to make someone feel like they…

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    The topic of greed is as old as the devil himself and continuous cases of financial scandals in the corporate world only lends to the suggestion that no amount of books will be enough to cover every facet of this topic. Nevertheless, it is always an interesting discussion. Opinions on greed differ from culture to culture, from society to society and from generation to generation. Furthermore, the complication with greed is that what constitutes greed is defined on the individual level, which is…

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    What does Freedom mean to you? When you look up the definition of freedom, it says, “The state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint.” When I asked a pier what was the first three things that come to mind when she hears the word freedom she said “ Liberty, happiness, and speech.” When I think of Freedom, the first three things that come to mind is the American Flag, soldiers, and love. So I think that we all have a different perspective or meaning of…

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