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    Gender divides nearly everything, from colors to toys. The simple mention of the color pink conjures images of numerous ideas and stereotypes associated with girls, while blue creates the same for boys. In her article for The Huffington Post, Sarah Aoun discusses the extension of this division into the sector of technology in higher education and beyond. The opening of her article works to establish the presence of a pronounced lack of women in the tech field, Aoun then takes the reader through what she feels are the most important issues at hand regarding the gender gap: the misinformation she claims companies provide about diversity, and proposals for the destruction of this bias. She successfully establishes strong rhetorical appeals when…

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    usage of such terms” in many publicly released academic papers (Howard). Many scientists use operational definitions without clarifying them in their articles. When journals such as the Huffington Post publish these scientific findings to the public, the articles can be vague enough to leave conclusions of the scientist’s research up for debate. This provides bigots with alleged scientific evidence to validate their opinions. This is how books like A Troublesome Inheritance are published. Howard…

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    Yzzy Gonzalez discusses how she goes throughout her day relying on apps. I personally have witnessed people using the biased internet for their news source, which anyone could post. Finally, people rather talk over social media than face to face. These factors prove that even with all the positive impacts social media brings, they don’t outweigh the negative impacts. With all these negatives, why do we still continue to let it control our…

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    Sugihara Self Sacrificing

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    Sugihara involving his wife in writing visas shows that he was compassionate enough about saving lives to include his family in his works. Sugihara forfeited time with his family to work on writing visas. Due to the compassion he possessed, Sugihara received the title of “Righteous Among the Nations,” which is given to non-Jews who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust. The previously named article by the Huffington Post states that, 2,139 Sugihara visas were documented, and over…

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    Sports Marketing Journal Analysis The sport marketing and business industry provide a lot of different sources that you can read to gain information about the field. For this assignment I chose two articles from different journals I felt could be beneficial to someone in my discipline. The first article came from a journal called The Huffington Post. My second article came from a journal called Human Kinetic Journal. From these two articles I hope to detail some of their main points as well…

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    the other five frameworks of ethical practices in a multinational company. In Nestlé, there is currently no trace of unethical practices in gender equity. As based on an article from Nestlé, the company supports a public awareness campaign called #LeanInTogether, driven by Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook (Nestlé Global). This is a good sign for Nestlé because it shows that the company wants a diversified work force working for them and they are not favoring specific genders in the workplace. To…

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    the american economy. Increased unionizations would lead to a boost in american annual wages. According to the articles nearly three out of five river correspondents a Research Associates poll said that they would join an union if they could, because unions generally lead to worker benefits and protections. However, many workers trying to unionize face a hostile legal environments. Many workers are intimated by aggressive antiunion employers. Antiunion companies include Walmart, Comcast,…

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    Because many people are on their phones, they don’t interact with people that often and are unable to develop social skills properly. The Baylor study also concluded that cell phones are responsible for a negative impact on our social skills. Since people rather are one their phones and not interact in a social environment, this makes them behave abnormally and might fall into depression or have social anxiety. There are other reasons for abnormal behaviors like people might a traumatic event…

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    Obama Care Individualism

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    voluntary agreement.” The political implication of this concept is that some people feel as though the government should play a very little role in the daily American life. The two issues that are brought up the most in terms of Individualism in America are gun laws and healthcare. When it comes to gun laws, many Americans point to the Second Amendment. It is a constitutional right to be allowed to bear arms. Though this has been true since America’s inception, there are many rules…

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    of an ‘us’ vs. ‘them’ mentality” (Chapter 7, “American Dreamer”, The McGraw-Hill Reader: Issues across the Disciplines). Mukherjee believed that racial separation will lead to hatred. I couldn’t agree more. The internet has found a way to expose the secret details of the candidate’s lives. Hillary and her email scandal had, and still has, everyone talking. Trump and his grotesque description of an encounter with a female was captured through audio. Amanda Terkel of the The Huffington Post Blog…

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