The first and most popular interpretation of the word “beauty” is seen as outer appearance. On that perception, “beauty” and “attractiveness” have a significant difference even though they are word cousins. A beautiful looking person may be attractive, but an attractive person does not need to be beautiful. One person may look at someone beautiful with “deep satisfaction in the mind” because that person admire how beautiful the other is. Someone, who is not striking beautiful looking, may attract other people just by how they express their personalities.
This mask does not literally reflect what I personally wear metaphorically, but there are some themes which I admit have thought over. Nor do I deny that the media has brainwashed me along with everyone else, but at least I am able to recognize the problem society faces. The truth is girls and boys should not be obsessing what lies on their outsides, but rather what lies within. This inner beauty is what everyone needs to realize and get in touch with. There are so many other qualities within everyone and this is where true beauty lies.
Nevertheless, it still puts pressure on job-seekers to be attractive because it could be the difference between getting the job and not. Peers also put pressure on individuals to be beautiful either indirectly or directly. Indirectly, a person will focus on their looks more if their peers are good-looking because they will feel as though they have to in order to fit in. Directly, peers can put pressure on each other through compliments and insults to one’s physical appearance. Although both employers and peers put pressure on individuals to be beautiful, neither is as effective as the media because we live in a digital age where the media dominates societal beliefs.
Many people believe that men have advantages over women when comes to a topic such as occupation. Although this may be true, in some cases it is in fact exactly the opposite. Today?s society is so concerned with political correctness and equal rights to women that it has almost completely forgotten about equal rights to men as well. If, in a hypothetical example, a man and a woman go into the same job interview for a company that was involved in a sexual harassment suit with a female employee some years before, and has since had trouble keeping its female employees, there is a very good chance that the woman applicant will get the job, even if the man may be better qualified for the position. If instead, a company was deciding between a man and a woman candidate for a promotion, and was worried about its image as a sexist industry?
Men feel like they can take advantage of women because they are superior, but that is completely wrong. Men should treat women the same way they treat their mothers, with respect. Also, stereotypes and gender bias have driven women who are interested in STEM fields away because they assume that STEM fields are for men only because of the stereotypes. An article stated, “Women have been deemed poor leaders because they spoke about team achievements by saying “we did… rather than I led the team…” (2016, Athena Macrow) Some reasons that make me believe some women do not go into STEM fields even though they are very good in math and science is because they might not be passionate about working in STEM fields or because they are interested in a different field of
Prejudice is the unjustified negative attitudes or prejudgments that some people hold against others of certain groups (Gale, 2016). Prejudice makes its way into every aspect of our lives, and importantly, in the justice system. Generally, characteristics such as age, gender, or background are prejudiced against the most. It has several causes, such as family beliefs, religious customs, cultural traditions and most importantly, societal beliefs and experiences. Moreover, the issue of prejudice can easily be identified within the justice system.
However, in some places, women are still seen as inferior. One of the most obvious ways to prove this, is how hard it can be to find a job. Some companies prefer male employees and even though gender discrimination in hiring is illegal, businesses find ways to work around it. Both Stefan Eriksson and Michael Firth argue, “Women may get fewer firm contacts”(Eriksson, and et. all 307, Firth 891).
Social anxiety and shyness is correlated to low self-esteem. High self-esteemers have clear and consistent ideas about themselves, whereas people with low self-esteem do not. People with low self-esteem are more likely to bec... ... middle of paper ... ...put others down to make themselves feel better. People accept information that makes them look good, but rejects and find faults in people who criticize them. For instance, when people take a test and perform well on it, the test is fair and valid.
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In the essay The Way We Lie, Stephanie Ericsson writes that “All the ‘isms’-racism, sexism, ageism, et al.-are founded on and fueled by the stereotype and the cliché, which are lies of exaggeration, omission, and ignorance. They are always dangerous. They take a single tree and make it a landscape.” This quote is important due to the fact that stereotypes play a major role in many aspects of our society. In American society we have a tendency to pass judgment on people just because of a pre-existing stereotype that our society has formed on particular groups over the years. American Society tends to create stereotypes because of the simplicity it adds to our lives, but stereotypes can cause us to oversimplify the characteristics of others, encourage prejudice, and can even create many more severe dangers.