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  • What Are The Stereotypes In The Outsiders

    Different Worlds Yet The Same Sunset It is easy to form opinions about people without getting to know them. In The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, there are two gangs of different financial standings. The Greasers live on the run down East side of town, and the Socs live on the wealthy West side of town. The two gangs often go head to head, letting their diversity separate them. Both gangs are victims of the communities stereotyping, they are misunderstood and struggle to break free of these…

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  • Classification Essay: What Makes A Great Dad?

    great dad.” I ask myself, what makes a great dad? If you look closely, you will notice that all great dads share three qualities: they are active in a child’s life, are positive role models, and encourage discipline. A great dad’s job is to play an active role in his child’s life; they are there for their children no matter what the situation: good, bad, or ugly. They help guide their kids as they grow into young adults and continue to offer their guidance as they become mature adults. Dads are…

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  • Analysis Of Bryan Burrough's The Big Rich

    books before The Big Rich, including Days of Rage and Public Enemies. Burroughs grew up around the families of the Big Rich and was amazed by them. He wrote The Big Rich in response to the lack of knowledge about the families who were once considered Texas nobility. The book focuses around the lives the Big Rich, Roy Cullen, Sid Richardson, Clint Murchison, and H.L. Hunt. The author summarized the four men as “a ‘good ol’ boy’, a scold, a genius, and a bigamist” (19). The Big Rich tells the…

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  • Describe The Initiate's Life Before The Call

    Initiate's life before the Call Before the Call, the initiate, Ponyboy, is a 14 year old boy who lives with his two brothers Sodapop and Darry. He lives in a society where the population is separated into two different gangs : the Socs (the rich kids from the West-side) and the Greasers (the kids from the East-side). The Socs are a very brutal gang that enjoy bullying and attaking the Greasers : "Not like the Socs [..] for kicks" (page 3). 2. The Call, where conflict is introduded…

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  • Socs Vs Greasers Analysis

    The Poor Souls of the Rich Children “Do not educate your child to be rich. Educate him to be happy. So when he grows up, he will know the value of things, not the price” (Man of Honor). The Socs have it worse than the Greasers. There is clear evidence that the Socs have it worse than the Greasers because they are exposed to violence and are not given any boundaries to their games. Some may say that the poor kids struggle more because they have to learn to make a living for themselves and…

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  • Essay On Gender In The Workplace

    Education Department data, more than three quarters of teachers in kindergarten through high school are women” (Rich). Teaching was once a career for men, but when women entered the work force 1960s, they did not have many careers open to them. According to Philip N. Cohen, a sociologist at the University of Maryland, “a job primarily done by women, people tend to believe it has less value” (Rich), could play a role in why fewer and fewer men are applying for teaching jobs. There are more…

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  • Gender Aspects Of Gender Roles

    In our time, men and women carry out specific roles in which are usually based solely on their biotic gender. Even though in every instance it isn 't true, most of the people around us tend to live out their lives heeding these extremely eloquent roles. They are augmented by all forms of society and media in many ways, some of which are unmissed and others which are casually more indirect. Our society’s stereotypes portray women as being housewives that should be the ideal wife in a mans eyes as…

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  • Analysis: Stay At Home Dads

    Essay 3: Stay-at-home Dads Generally, women are considered to be more responsible for taking care housework, such as cleaning, taking care of children and cooking. The couples who try to split the work have still similar patterns of gendered distribution of housework. When the housework is split, men are generally assigned to the yardwork, such as, mowing the lawn, and doing repair work. Women are more expected to do the cleaning and cooking. According to the article” At-Home Fathers and…

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  • The Marginalization Of Women

    Marginalization is often whereby something or someone is pushed to the edge of a group and determined to be of lesser importance. Gender equality is in place to lessen the ideology of marginalization, but why is it, then, that women are still marginalized in so many areas of their lives? Throughout history, women have been marginalized in multiple aspects of both their public work and the domestic sphere. Although women have made major strides toward abolishing the inequality between men and…

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  • Raisin In The Sun Mama

    mistakes out of any of the other characters in the play, he also undergoes the most drastic and greatest transformation in the play from the beginning to end. Walter’s journey takes him from being a total jerk who’s obsessed with many different get rich quick schemes, to a man worthy of respect and trust. In Walter Younger, the author Lorraine Hansberry shows how when people possessed with poverty and racism can twist and depress people, turning them against those that they most love. With…

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