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  • Feminist Criticism Of International Human Rights

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    The journal explains how both feminists and cultural relativists criticize the international human rights. The feminist claims that international human rights is protecting only the male and that the rights doesn’t pay attention to women’s rights. But according to cultural relativists, international human rights only condemn the issues universally, whereas they think that the source of human rights is the culture itself, but people doesn’t pay attention to it. The paper addresses the opposition between

  • Pros And Cons Of Genetic Testing

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    and employers would like to be able to determine insurance rates and employment statuses based on the genetic composition of people. Individuals may be prevented from obtaining insurance due to a high risk factor for a certain disease. Secondly, abortion also becomes an issue, because if the parents of an unborn child find out that their child has a certain genetic defect, they may decide to end the pregnancy. Reason why some people support genetic testing is that by screening for genetic irregularity

  • Essay On Artificial Insemination

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    successful in birds and chickens then it was started to be used in poultry production in many countries. It is known now that artificial insemination leads to better fertility and it has better results than natural mating that sometimes results in abortion. The probability of continuation of pregnancy resulted from

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Hillary Rodham Clinton

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    On September 5, 1995, the U.N. 4th World Conference on Women featured then First Lady of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton as a speaker for one of the sessions. The conference was held in Beijing, China, a country which in itself was exhibiting some of the worst cases of violence against women. Using Bitzer’s theory of rhetorical situation, I will provide context to explain what circumstances led to the delivery of this speech, as well as analyze and explain the impact Clinton’s “Women’s rights

  • Tokyo Firebombing

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    Bombing of the Japanese Mainland in 1945 On the night of the 10th March 1945, the US air force firebombed the Japanese capital of Tokyo with the loss of approximately 100,000 lives. There was no opposition from the Japanese air force because it was short of fuel and aircraft. Therefore, due to the fact that the Japanese Air Force couldn’t put up a fight against the Americans, there was no military justification for the bombing of Tokyo because the Japanese couldn’t muster a military opposition to

  • Women In Workplace

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    work performance has been identified as the substantial key for organizations to gain competitive advantage and superior productivity. Unequal pay is not the only way women are getting discriminated against in the workplace; bosses more often view female employees negatively, too. It is a tension that many working women beyond any doubt feel on a daily basis, but this sensitivity is generally difficultto characterize. There are many components which effect employee's job performance.Female workers

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Separation Of Church And State By Stephen L. Carter

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    Ashley Traylor Traylor 1 Professor Harris 23 September 2015 Rhetorical Analysis Separation of Church and State Analysis Stephen L. Carter, second of five children, was born on October 26, 1954 in Washington D.C. to the parents, Lisle and Emily Carter. Carter grew up going to public school in the Washington and New York area. After he graduation he went on to study at Stanford University

  • Summary Of The Beauty Myth By Naomi Wolf

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    journalist. Wolf is known for covering controversial topics. The Beauty Myth is known as Wolf’s debut, she has also written Promiscuities, Misconceptions, Give Me Liberty, and Vagina: A New Biography. Wolf has very known stand points on the ideas of abortion, pornography, and women in Islamic countries. In the book I will be reviewing, Naomi Wolf argues that, “beauty as a normative value is entirely socially constructed, and that the patriarchy determines the content” (Anonymous, 2015). The book gives

  • Julia Gillard Speech Analysis

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    On October 9th, 2012, then Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard delivered a speech to Parliament in reaction to the movement of Tony Abbott, the Leader of the Opposition, to have Peter Slipper removed as Speaker, due to some sexist and crude texts. She uses appeal to logos and ethos, second person pronouns, and ad hominem—yes, a logical fallacy, but one that has proven to be very influential to political audiences—to persuade her audience to discredit Abbott and understand her reasoning for defending

  • Cultural Differences In Health Care

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    The poverty rate was 22% for Hispanics, which is substantially higher than the non-Hispanic whites (8.8%) and the entire population (13.1%). The majority of Hispanics are Roman Catholics (57%), and hold conservative beliefs about homosexuality and abortion. They believe that family is more important than friends. They adhere to collectivism (groups need to come before the needs of the individual) and fatalism (people do not have control of their fate). Living in the present, Hispanics often do not