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Why Do Students Wear Uniforms? - Across the United States, 23% of students that attend private and public schools are required to wear uniforms (2014, p.1). All students must wear: pants (khaki, navy blue, or black), shirts with collars, or skirts, shorts, capris with a collared shirt. In the winter, students can wear jackets, cardigans and footwear. As for footwear, students are allowed to wear any closed toed shoe (Dallas Independent School District, 2010, p.1). When students wear uniforms, it makes them look more professional and appropriate for the school setting....   [tags: mandatory dress codes]
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An Extended Definition of Beauty - The subjective element of beauty involves judgment, not opinion. Many people feel beauty is only something seen by the eyes. St. Thomas Aquinas views beauty in both the supernatural and natural orders. Aquinas lists the attributes of beauty to be found in nature. These are; unity, proportion, and clarity. We will see how these attributes of beauty are seen through the eye and felt by the heart. To begin, the concept of unity follows the Aristotelian proposition that nothing can be added to or taken away from a perfect work of art....   [tags: Aquinas, beauty and dress]
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Clothes Affects Our Mood - Beautiful, handsome, sexy, hot, attractive, classy, stunning, and elegant are all adjectives people love being described as. They will jump through hoops and stand on their heads to simply have someone compliment them on their appearance. This seems silly and farfetched but it is a part of every person’s life, either subconsciously or consciously. The way a person dresses may reflect their emotional, mental, physical, and social state. Not only does it affect them but it also affects those they interact with....   [tags: emotional state, dress code]
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Public Schools Should Implement a Strict Dress Code, Ban Cell Phones, and Separate Students by Gender - Over the years safety has gone down and violence has gone up in the public school system. The public school system should lower the violence in their schools by implementing a strict dress code, banning students from having a cell phones on campus , separate students by sex, as well as looking more into the background of teachers that they employ. In today society it is all over the news how students and teachers are constantly wreaking havoc because of facebook, fighting because of what someone said in their status, or messaged them on facebook This is due to the generation of students that has emerged, they are more concerned with who is dating who, who is wearing what, and what such and s...   [tags: public schools]
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The Hip Hop Lifestyle - Hip hop is a lifestyle with its own language, dress, music and way of thinking that is continuously shifting. Each of the four elements also have a language, dress, music and way of thinking, but they are much closer to each other than to any culture. Now days because break dancing and graffiti has gone mainly underground the words 'rap' and 'hip hop' have been used. bit should be noted that all four elements of hip hop culture still exists. They've just evolved onto new levels. Hip hop was first used by Africa Bambatta (Godfather of Hip-Hop culture, Father of the Electric Funk sound, founder of the Universal Zulu Nation, visionary, historian, and the Master of Records) back in the earl...   [tags: music, language, dress]
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Blue Jeans and Denim - ... Consequently, in 1873, Levi Strauss & Jacob Davis are granted a patent on the process of riveting pants by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on May 20. It is patent number 139,121 and this is the invention of the blue jeans. The great reception towards blue jeans is owing to their extremely sturdy and long lasting material. This is because the indigo warp was heavily sized with starch, and the denim fabrics were woven into a very tight structure. On the other hand, this made blue jeans rather stiff and uncomfortable to wear when new....   [tags: popular articles of casual dress] 785 words
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Dress Reform from 1850 to 1930 in the United States: The Impact on Health - Dress Reform from 1850 to 1930 in the United States: The Impact on Health Dress reform has played an integral part of the women’s movement, health reform and political agendas. This paper will explore the time period of 1850 to 1930 in the United States of America concerning dress reform for women. It is important to explore this topic because the eighty year span marks a time of rapid change for women concerning health, leisure, independence, political and gender constraints and liberties....   [tags: essays research papers] 1807 words
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What Lenin Means When He Says that the 1905 Revolution was a Dress Rehearsal - What Lenin Means When He Says that the 1905 Revolution was a Dress Rehearsal Lenin believed that a number of specific requirements (relating to his adaptations of Marx) needed to be fulfilled by the separate social classes and the Bolsheviks themselves. The main reason why the 1905 revolution was deemed to be a dress rehearsal by Lenin was because there was no unity between the masses and the political parties and no unity within the political parties themselves. Although the political parties shared the same ultimate goal of overthrowing the existing order of autocracy, they were divided from one another....   [tags: Papers] 506 words
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Fashion in the 1920's - Fashion in the 1920's The Roaring Twenties brought many fads and fashion rages. During the 1920's, Americans were given the honor of being called the "best- dressed". Several things contributed to this honor: Affordable pricing, mass production clothing, the birth of the "flapper girl", and rise of fashionable movie stars that Americans wanted to imitate. The style and cut of women's clothing during the 1920's changed drastically. Waistlines dropped dramatically while hemlines rose scandalously....   [tags: Fads Dress] 466 words
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Is Bridget jones nothing more than Pride and Prejudice in modern dress? - Love and marriage is the theme of the best selling book Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding and the critically acclaimed novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. There are numerous similarities between the two yet they are set in different eras. Despite this, the young women in both texts have to deal with family and people in their social circles pressurising them to meet the ideal man or love interest. Each story revolves around the main female characters, Bridget Jones and Elizabeth Bennet....   [tags: essays research papers] 1342 words
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Schools Are For Learning, Not Fashion - I thought school was for learning; not for a fashion show. A dress code should be required in all public schools to promote better student behavior, decrease costs to parents and increase school safety by eliminating gang-related clothing. A uniform dress code would curve discipline problems and distractions while improving overall student behavior. By requiring students to adhere to a dress code, learning will be enhanced. For this purpose, a dress code will implement discipline toward learning....   [tags: Education, dress code, public schools, ] 558 words
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To Wear Uniforms in School or Not - ... Wearing uniforms will show that a student goes to a certain school and will be easy to identify who is “the rival” and bulling or attacks will increase between schools. Dress code can eliminate the “us-and-them” feelings that are made with uniforms. Uniforms are expensive when bought to be customized and is hard for some parents to buy. Uniforms are only produced in small quantities and are made in special shops so the price is usually increased. By having a school uniform school isn’t better in the sense that kids would like to go....   [tags: dress code, supreme court, clothes]
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Mandatory Public School Uniforms are a Good Thing - Nowadays, we see many teenagers dress in spaghetti-strap tank tops, low-cut shirts, drop pants, pajamas, and even spandex shorts in school even though there have been policies about dress codes. Teachers, parents, and other adults feel disgruntled about the way they dress. Many students also complain about difficulties in concentrating on schoolwork because of the same reason. Obviously, what students wear to school has become a very distracting issue in the school environment. Therefore, school uniforms should be required in public schools due to many reasons....   [tags: dress code, public schools, argument]
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Should Uniforms Be Used in Public Schools? - ... Some popular ways that a schools build effective dress codes are to “Ban” certain clothing items that are promoting gangs. Some clothing items the school can ban would be baseball caps, or bandanas. These are the most popular signs of promoting gangs. Schools can simply limit what they allow in school rather than just banning everything at once, we think that is more plausible to do. One major reason students always argue against wearing uniforms is the need to have individuality. It is simply in our nature to stand out, no one likes to be the exact same as everyone else....   [tags: dress codes, gangs, urban schools] 1134 words
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No School Uniforms - School Uniforms are in a way very unique and different, but what is really the reason that students should have to wear them. The United States is supposed to be a country of freedom and individuality. Each and every person in the world is different, and by making people dress the same they cannot express themselves fairly the way that they would like to. It is sensible for schools to be able to make dress codes, but telling students they have to all dress the same is absolutely ridiculous. Having school uniforms is not necessary, and there are many reasons to prove why schools should not make their students wear uniforms....   [tags: school dress codes] 1041 words
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Adopting School Uniforms for Putnam City - Most schools you see usually don't have uniforms. In fact, You normally only see uniforms in charter, or private schools. The question is should uniforms be required in Putnam City Public Schools. Is it because they feel it's not necessary, or it's going to come in place next year and no one really knows about it but the Board of Education or the District. If uniforms came into place, it would be such a good investment for the students and teachers in the Putnam City District. Why. First, it would help out low income families....   [tags: low income families, dress code]
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Analysis of the Lady´s Dressing Room by Jonathan Swift - ... I will then go into the makeup domain. I always put my makeup on in the exact same way for day-to-day activities, starting by putting makeup remover on a q-tip to remove any under eye makeup that might have drifted from previous days. I then begin my routine by applying about 4-5 coats of mascara, pausing between each one so that it will dry and build upon the next layer. Once that is completed, I put the eye liner line on the top lid. I don’t have “a forehead cloth with oil upon’t/to smooth the wrinkles” (25-26), but that is slightly the purpose of my foundation....   [tags: beauty, appearance, dress, hair, makeup] 1167 words
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School Uniforms are the Right Choice - In the United States, millions of students attend public schools and face some sort of violence that is associated, with that school. It can be related to gangs, bullying or peer pressure from other students. Fourteen percent of students reported being a victim of bullying in 2003 and 52 out of 220 incidents between 1994 and 1999 were associated with gangs. This has led to non-gang related students bringing firearms to school to protect themselves. (D.Stanton, 2006) Because of these rising issues, parents are being forced to pull their children out of public school and home school them for their safety....   [tags: dress code, public schools, Education]
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Uniforms in Public Schools Helps Build Security - Uniforms in Public Schools Many students prefer not to wear school uniforms because they believe it takes away from their individuality. Uniforms are thought to lower a students creativity and self-esteem. While these thoughts are in good consideration, if students were to wear uniforms in all public schools it would help significantly in reducing violence in public schools. Uniforms would help by ruling out bullying because of one's clothing style. Most of the violence in schools are due to an angry student who feels out of place because of other students criticism....   [tags: public Education, dress code, argument] 525 words
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Reinforcement of the Caste System in The Bhagavad Gita - ... This is only one example of how the Varnas are interdependent, without the other castes the Brahmins could not survive. Aside from the Brahman the Kshatriya also live by different standards. This caste includes warriors and kings that are expected to be brave and level headed. This caste is expected to defend the society and keep everyone safe. While the Vaishya are known to raise cattle, do trading, and are involved in agriculture. Finally, there is the Sudra caste. They were only given the task of serving the other castes by cleaning, leather working, removal of garbage, and any other tasks that needed to be done....   [tags: act, behave, advice, job, dress] 768 words
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Fernbank Museum of Nature History - ... David Noble. After walking through the "Extreme Mammals" exhibit the second object that I found interesting happened to be a replica of a Megatherium The replica of the Megatherium which is a large sloth-like creature seemed to be about ten feet tall, and was leaning against a tree branch. Megatheriums roamed the earth about 5.3 million years ago and lived durig the plesticone period. An interesting fact on the plackard next to the Megatherium stated that the animal "weighed appoximately 6,000 lbs, and were up to 20 feet long"....   [tags: ritual, dinosaur, megatherium, dress, polo] 1076 words
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Literary Analysis: Survival of the Wildest - In the novel, Devil in a Blue Dress by Walter Mosley, the author creates a self-serving sense in the characters. The writer uses straightforward style in order to create the milieu of the book and illustrates that dire situations will bring out the instinct of survival. The readers can see how the main character Easy Rawlins accepts a questionable job in order to pay the mortgage on his house. Mr. Albright hired Easy to find the whereabouts of Daphne Monet. As events unfold Easy discovers new information about why he was hired to find Daphne....   [tags: Devil in a Blue Dress by Walter Mosley] 543 words
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Arthritis Relief during Winter Weather - ... Eat Healthy Food plays a stupendous role in helping you to overcome arthritis flare ups during the winter. By choosing to eat healthy, you’ll be able to manage the symptoms allowing you more time to enjoy the cold weather. Load up with foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin K, D and C. These essential nutrients are proven to be helpful in alleviating pain and inflammation caused by arthritis. Foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids includes salmon, flax seeds, walnuts, sardines and halibut....   [tags: dress, eat, food, supplements, exercise] 665 words
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Do School Uniforms Influence Student Behavior and Academic Performance? - An examination of education in today’s world reveals many issues under research to determine their effects on school climate. Such issues have come to be known collectively as hot button issues. Hot button issues include religious issues, gender issues, racial issues, school violence, legal issues, and a host of other matters. Included in these is the issue of school dress code. The original research hypothesis concerned the influence of school uniforms on behavior among students in kindergarten through twelfth grade....   [tags: school uniforms, dress codes, public schools]
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People Who Influenced The Life’s Of Brunswick High School - “This life is what you make it. No matter what, you're going to mess up sometimes, it's a universal truth. But the good part is you get to decide how you're going to mess it up. Girls will be your friends - they'll act like it anyway. But just remember, some come, some go. The ones that stay with you through everything - they're your true best friends. Don't let go of them. Also remember, sisters make the best friends in the world. As for lovers, well, they'll come and go too. And baby, I hate to say it, most of them - actually pretty much all of them are going to break your heart, but you can't give up because if you give up, you'll never find your soul mate....   [tags: inappropriate dress,miley cyrus,marilin monroe]
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The Peranakan Immigrants and Their Culture - ... This is confirmed for the audience in the dialogue, and the issue is further developed in quite lengthy conversations between Jason and his friend Keong, half way through the film, with both agreeing that it is strange that the mingling of races to create Peranakan Chinese goes back to Malacca’s Sultan Mansur Shah’s marriage to Hang Li Po in the 15th Century.  Malay: In Malaysia, the Malays form the majority of the population because they are indigenous in this country. The non-Malays such as the Chinese and the Indians whereas are considered immigrant communities since their ancestors of earlier generations were encouraged to migrate and work in the back-then-called “Tanah Melayu” duri...   [tags: food, dress, language, religion, name, medicine] 937 words
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The Significance of The Blue Dress in Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Seraph on the Suwa - The Significance of The Blue Dress in Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Seraph on the Suwanee Their Eyes Were Watching God: Janie (talking to Phoebe about Tea Cake): “He done taught me de maiden language all over. Wait till you see de new blue satin Tea Cake done picked out for me tuh stand up wid him in. High heel slippers, necklace, earrings, everything he wants tuh see me in. Some of dese mornin’s and it won’t be long, you gointuh wake up callin’ me and Ah’ll be gone.” (pp. 109-10) Seraph on the Suwanee: “Over her mother’s outraged protests, Arvay put on the blue mull dress the next day....   [tags: Their Eyes Watching God Seraph Suwanee] 1078 words
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The Fame of Coco Chanel - ... Since then her career has been lucrative. Chanel introduced men clothing to women, she designed suits without collars and fitted shirts that made her an instant fashion icon. Coco Chanel’s clothing accentuated comfort to women in the 1920’s. After her death Coco Chanel has left popular fashion industry, she was important in the 1920’s that changed how women dressed. Coco Chanel was influential in the roaring 1920’s because she introduced men clothing into the women fashion. Coco designed women blazers that were paired with ties and fitted shirts....   [tags: sew, corsets, fashion, career, dress, women] 617 words
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Community Forging - A need for both socialization and a sense of identity forge tight community bonds that many maintain throughout their life. Their life may center on religion, race, or even which socioeconomic class he or she falls in. Communities reflect these aspects by grouping individuals in similar situations and beliefs together. Pang-Mei Natasha Chang’s Bound Feet & Western Dress expresses the importance of tradition and culture in community identification by detailing the life of the traditional Chang Yu-i and her relationship with a westernized Hsu Chih-mo....   [tags: culture, Bound Feet and Western Dress, Chang] 1420 words
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Culture Specific versus Universal Customs and Trendencies - ... Culture universals is split up in twelve subcategories. The first class is the proficiency to broadcasting with a verbal dialect consisting of a limited set of noise and grammatical directions for assembling judgments. Having in composing language is an important part of dialect talking. Another choice to have a heritage except from voiced language is to have architecture and art. For the creation of a humanity and have an exact heritage we need to use a way to classify persons age and gender for example teen older civilian woman and man....   [tags: heritage, culture, traditions, dress]
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Asians Represented in the Media - The society regulates itself on the delusional basis of Asians represented in the media. After conducting a considerable amount of research on how Asians are portrayed for the public eye to see, it's been astonishingly evident to me that the portrayals of Asians are set within specific boundaries that lead people astray. The majority of Asians in the media run on stereotypes that cause a negative impact on not only the race, but the society as well. In Hollywood, media consists of Asians that run on stereotypical characteristics....   [tags: sterotypes, genders, dress, communicate] 562 words
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School Uniforms = Fascism - I usually don't make my political view public, but this is something I consider to be grossly wrong. School uniforms in public schools goes well beyond infringement of a student's first amendment rights. It is a big step toward Fascism and control. It goes against my personal moral beliefs and should not be forced upon students and parents. The schools that are entrusted to teach our children about our constitution are the very institutions that are stripping the rights ensured to every American away from them....   [tags: argument essays, dress code] 1002 words
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The Sweetheart of Song Tra Bong Analysis - ... Mary Anne suddenly disappears after Mark starts to make plans for her return home. After about three weeks, Mary Anne returns to the camp and disappears into the Special Forces area, and Mark waits for her there. He hears a woman, Mary Anne, chanting along with strange music and bursts into the hootch to confront her. O’Brien uses disturbing imagery to emphasize how the war takes away one’s innocence and changes one forever. When Mark confronts Mary Anne after she returns from the ambush with the Green Berets, O’Brien uses disturbing imagery to describe the inside of the hootch....   [tags: mari anne bell, change, dress] 654 words
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Taylor Swift: My Role Model - ... She would sing during family parties. She was the center of attention. She performed in many different countries. She performed in many operas and musicals. Taylor could memories song lyrics very quickly when she was young. She talked so much that she would eventually make up her own words (Spencer) . “She sang at fairs when she was young” ( Shea) Another talent she has is writing. She likes to write. She used to love to be told stories. She loves to write poetry. “In the fourth grade, she won a national poetry contest for the composition “ Monster in my Closet”....   [tags: dress, relationship, singer, role model] 904 words
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Making Uniforms Mandatory for High Schools - Making Uniforms Mandatory for High Schools School uniforms in high schools are becoming increasingly popular across Canada. In fact, most school boards are positive towards making uniforms mandatory. Uniforms at high schools should be mandatory. Can uniforms really make a difference in a student’s academic performance. Of course, they can. First of all, uniforms create an atmosphere of equality at school. When worn by all students, uniforms reduce the gap between the rich and the poor and therefore, promote equality....   [tags: School Uniforms Dress Codes Essays] 609 words
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Against Mandatory School Uniforms in Public School - Imagine that you pick your seven-year-old child up from school. He is crying and wearing a different outfit than the one he wore to school. This is naturally upsetting but not as upsetting as your next discovery. His shirt, one you have never seen before, has a large "L" written on the sleeve in permanent marker; his shorts, also not his, are too large, stained and faded. Upon questioning your child, you discover that, despite your best efforts at compliance, your child’s clothing has violated the school’s uniform policy....   [tags: Education Dress Code essays research papers]
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School Clothes - School Clothes I strongly believe that children should come with an instruction manual in different languages, after all, even the most complicated computer system or VCR has a manual in three to four languages, or more. Granted, sometimes we can't understand the instructions, but we have them and sometimes even a toll-free help line. Now some people would say their own parent would be the help-line but not always does that work out. Our own parents advice can be, shall I say, out-dated; for example, many would suggest to us "new" parents to tell our child, "what we say goes," or "stop that crying or I'll give you something to cry about," or "do it because I'm the parent and I said so,...   [tags: School Uniforms Clothing Dress Codes Essays]
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To Express or Not to Express Yourself - That is the Question! - Do you like having the ability to choose your clothes. To express who you are through your outfit. Dress codes don’t allow you to do this. Young teenage girl and mother were attending football game was stopped and got in trouble for her warm head dress. Dress codes are bad because individuality is lost, kids can’t express themselves, which leads to poor self-esteem. Or not having the ability to dress the way your religion tells you to dress. Hen this leads to religion or schooling. If god wanted you the same as the person next to you, he would have made you that way....   [tags: fashion, religion, clothing]
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Fashion Theories and History - QUESTION: Fashion historian and theorist Ulrich Lehmann wrote that “fashion only exists in representation”. Keeping this statement in mind, analyse one of the two given fashion images, using theories from 3-5 readings in the required and/or recommended reading lists to support your analysis of the meanings in your chosen image. In your essay, you should bring in at least one other image to help to explain your understanding of the main image. Nowadays, fashion is not about the tangible quality of garments as fashion images are more accessible to the consumer than the actual garment itself....   [tags: Ulrich Lehmann, Fashion, Respresentation]
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Should Employers Dictate What Employees Wear Outside of Work? - In today’s society looking good is important, especially in the working environment. Every occupation has some sort of dress code for employees to follow. Dress codes can range from wearing suits to gym shorts depending on one’s occupation. Employers decide if the candidate is qualified for the job based on appearance, and then what you wear for the job based on the company’s dress code. The question is can one’s employer dictate what is appropriate dress outside of the job. Employers should only have a say of what one wears while representing the company....   [tags: Ethics]
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School Uniforms: Should Everyone Look Like Clones? - ... Yet again, Greatschools.org indicates that, “ Strict dress code polices and school uniforms can be a financal burden for families on top of other educational costs, such as books, additonal class fees, school supplies and in some cases, tuition.” The average school uniform can cost anywhere between forty-two dollars to one hundred thirty three dollars, just for one outfit. Now imagine, at least seven outfits for three children. The National Retail Federation estimates, “People will spend $14.5 billion on back-to-school clothing and shoes this year.” Private schools that require uniforms are just a little bit more expensive than public schools....   [tags: public school system]
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Social Learning Theory - Introduction: In the classroom environment, it is easy to see that the instructors or teachers are leaders by example. Furthermore, the first thing the students are going to notice about an instructor is their dress attire. Is what their wearing respectable for shaping younger or older minds. In a more professional field, college instructors should wear formal or conservative attire. Instructor’s attire has an impact of how students learn and achieve goals in the classroom based on aspects of social learning theory....   [tags: education, professionalism, teaching, college]
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Article Analysis: Hold the Hijab - In a Los Angeles Times article entitled “Hold the Hijab,” the author argues that a company with a history of strict clothing guidelines has the authority to restrict its employees from wearing religious head coverings. This directly applies to a recent court case where Disneyland fired a Muslim woman from the Storyteller’s Café. This woman, Imane Boudlal, refused to follow Disney’s dress guidelines by wearing her hijab to work. Thus, Disney rightly fired Boudlal for a variety of reasons, the author argues....   [tags: los angeles times, religious practices]
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Discrimination Issues Appearing during Halloween - ... Instead of wearing attire that portrays a general racial group for the event, an individual can settle on a particular dress that represents a common group. He or she may appear dressed in an athlete’s gear or in apparel won by different sport disciplines. In order to assume the role of neutrality in the event, individuals ought to avoid the blackface especially when wearing attire that represents a different racial group for Halloween. Many African-American perceive the blackface as an assault directed to the black race....   [tags: pop culture and uniqueness, ] 994 words
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Freedom of Choice: The Very Best Policy - The author does not make a very convincing case that school uniforms and dress codes violate students’ freedom of speech and undermine important values. She argues that students are the only ones with a dress code. She states that students should be able to express themselves using their own judgement. She believes that uniforms do not help maintain a respectable appearance for the school community. School uniforms are essential to students in order for them to learn discipline and respect. The author's opinion says "I believe they should apply to everyone....   [tags: school uniforms, learning discipline & respect] 572 words
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Life on the Farm - ... “That’s not going to happen.” Oliver shook his head. “Still don't like school?” “That’s right,” said Timmy. “However, I’m willing to sacrifice a few years if it means I can work smarter. I’ve decided to study agriculture and take over the family farm.” Oliver wiped his paws with a rag. “What do you hope to learn about farming that you already don’t know?" “I want to put in an irrigation system to water the crops, but I don’t know how to build the windmills to lift the water up from the pond....   [tags: personal narrative] 839 words
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The Correlation Between School Uniforms and Violence - Is the absence of school uniforms leading to an up rise of violence between children in public schools. According to the National School Safety Center’s Report on School Associated Violent Deaths, “Since the 1992-1993 school year, two-hundred seven were shooting victims” (Kelly n pag). According to the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), “10% of all public schools had one or more serious violent crimes (murder, rape, sexual battery, suicide, physical attack or fight with a weapon, or robbery), and most of the serious violent crimes occurred in the middle and high schools” (Kelly n pag)....   [tags: public schools, Education] 1228 words
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Bridal Bombs and Circus Tents - The public is a complex group of people and pleasing them can be near to impossible, especially when you are trying to sell them something. I work in a bridal shop selling gowns for every occasion: weddings, proms, communions, pageants, and even Miss Transvestite Pennsylvania. Whether I am dealing with blushing brides, prom divas, defiant toddlers or body conscience mothers I have my work cut out for me. Let me begin with the youngest customer, the flower girl. Flower girls are quite possibly the most annoying customers you will encounter....   [tags: Retail] 1015 words
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What Your Clothing Speaks to the World - ... Many women do not know that everything they wear says something about them. A lot of women get stuck in the same look for years because they are scared of change. Some women want change though and they want to look like they are rich and attempt it by wearing a lot of jewelry when really a lot of jewelry sends a message that you are having money problems and yu are trying to hide them. Exposing cleavage might not be such a great idea; they are actually telling their boss that being a women means that you are week not powerful....   [tags: personality in fashion] 1190 words
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