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    response to Naomi Wolf

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    is no guilty party to be blamed for this fact. Faulting the companies putting that image to use is unjust. The idea that women are subjected to an unfair amount of pressure as a result of the fashion world and other media outlets is hardly new, but Naomi Wolf takes this claim to a new and absurd level. Her essay is as unorganized as it is impractical. Her ideas are presented in a smorgasbord of flawed logic. Particularly disturbing is what she calls the “beauty myth.” What I disagree with is the word

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    A Woman's Place by Naomi Wolf

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    speech given by Naomi Wolf at the Scripps College graduation in 1992; contrasts the independent and the dependent woman. In today’s society, there are two different types of women: the woman who has a good head on her shoulders and knows where she is going in the world, and the woman who seeks dependence within the masculine world. Just as they were thirty years ago, women are still not considered to be equal to men. They are more or less looked at as being second to men. Naomi Wolf is a Jewish

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    The Beauty Myth, by Naomi Wolf

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    "Our culture is depicting sex as rape so that men and women will become interested in it." - Naomi Wolf, The Beauty Myth (1991) Feminists for decades have been battling against the media for depicting images of women that they consider to be demeaning and obscene for the sake of beauty. This quotation, taken from feminist best-seller, Naomi Wolf, puts into perspective the feminist views of the damage that media induces on its female consumers and the subliminal message it sends to both men and

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    Analysis of The Beauty Myth by Naomi Wolf The Beauty Myth, published by Doubleday in New York City, hit the shelves in 1992. Naomi Wolf wrote this 348-page book. Wolf attended Yale University and New College, Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. Her essays have been printed in many well-known magazines and newspapers, including Esquire and the New York Times. The Beauty Myth was Wolf’s first book. She has also written two other books, Fire With Fire and Promiscuities. Wolf

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    Naomi Wolf, author of Fire with Fire, is one of the most well known women in modern feminism. In her commencement speech to Scripps College in 1992, she strongly expresses the unfair treatment of women in today’s society. By focusing on survival and weakness, Wolf relays ways to prevent and eliminate discrimination. She conveys her beliefs by expressing important facts about the way women were treated in past history and the way women should be treated today. Along with this, she expresses that

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    Wolf, Naomi. The Beauty Myth. Toronto: Vintage Books, 1991. Print. Naomi R. Wolf is an American author and former political consultant. In “Beauty Myth”, Wolf is blaming the fashion and beauty industry for contributing to the “Iron Maiden”. Wolf states that these industries target women’s insecurities and exploit them are the cause of men’s high expectations and of women’s low-self-esteem. Wolf is trying to offer some incite to men and women about this false sense of beauty that is created by big

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    Naomi Shihab Nye’s poem “A Valentine for Ernest Mann” tells the reader: “You can’t order a poem like you order a taco. / Walk up to the counter, say, ‘I’ll take two’.” This shows that poems cannot be written or interpreted perfectly on the first try or on demand; you have to dig a little deeper to discover them. Naomi Shihab Nye also shows readers that poems hide in everyday things that we might not think to notice. She also tells about a serious man who gave his wife two skunks for Valentine’s Day

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    Naomi Klein’s “Shock Doctrine” and Tom Friedman’s “Golden Straitjacket” characterize the policies needed to globalize a country’s economy. Both policies follow similar underlying themes, yet they take entirely different positions on whether or not these policies help or harm a country’s economic development. The chapter given on Naomi Klein’s “shock doctrine”, discusses the use of “economic shock therapy” to remodel South American economies in the 1970s. The chapter focuses on the coup in Chile led

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    Naomi Klein is a well-known Canadian Journalist that has written for The Rolling Stone, The Guardian, New York Times and many other well-known publishing companies. Naomi Klein is also a well-known writer of the books This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs The Climate (2014). This book debates about climate change and how it is not an issue that should be as ignored as it is. Fixing the issue will not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve conditions it will also help in economic ways (Klein

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    The term the Shock Doctrine was created by journalist Naomi Klein in her book The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism which refers to the idea that economic liberalists formed an entire industry take advantage of disasters such as natural disasters or military coups and privatize everything they can get their hands on. The name of this industry is the Disaster Capitalism Complex and it is comprised of the corporations and organizations that see recently shocked areas as ripe for the emplacement

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