Conversation Essays

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Inclusive Education for a Diverse Society

The book, Navigating Gender and Sexuality in the Classroom: Narrative Insights from Students and Educators, by Heather Killelea McEntarfer is about a teacher’s experience while teaching a master’s-level teacher education course about gender and sexuality in K-12 education. Throughout her experience with the course, her students discussed the topic of gender and sexuality through their […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1470 Topics: Behavior Modification, Belief, Communication, Conversation, Gender, Homosexuality, Human Sexuality, Learning

Knowledge of Sexism

“David Hewson wrote ?Juliet and Romeo, ?a modern-day appropriation of the Shakespearean play, ?Romeo and Juliet?, bringing to attention the aspect of sexism in society and how women think of sexism. Hewson makes Juliet much more three-dimensional, giving her interests besides marriage, providing her with the courage to stand up against the sexist-based prejudices placed […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1484 Topics: Conversation, Gender, Human Sexuality, Marriage, Sexism, William Shakespeare
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Foucault’s Repressive Hypothesis Theory

“In the first section of the book titled, We “Other Victorians”, Foucault introduces repressive hypothesis theory. Repressive theory is the thought that modern western society has repressed its sexuality. Explained another way, the theory means to say society has silenced aspects of the language, signs, symbols and semantics associated with a particular kind of discussion […]

Pages: 2 Words: 734 Topics: Capitalism, Catholic Church, Conversation, Discourse, Homosexuality, Human Sexuality, Marriage, Victorian era

Analysis on “Between the Sexes, a Great Divide”

For many years now, people have viewed their opposite sex in many different ways, both good and bad. People get these views from everyday interactions with each other. It can be as simple as saying “Hello” to a fellow coworker in the office or having an intriguing conversation with a fellow classmate. But why, when […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1086 Topics: American literature, Communication, Conversation, Human Nature, Reasoning

About Institutional Racism

Introduction In order to to come to a resolution with any problem, one has to first state and understand that which they’re dealing with. Institutional racism, as defined by Oxford University Press, (2017) is racial discrimination that has become established as normal behavior in a society or organization. In our society there is a speech/and […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1654 Topics: Conversation, Critical Theory, Discrimination, Employment Discrimination, Identity Politics, Inequality, Injustice, Institutional Racism, Racial Equality

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