Kohler and Findlay explain that these students made a choice that is common among North America 's white youth: The term, Kohler and Findlay continue to explain, indicates a university that is intellectually rigorous with an unbalanced campus social climate, brought upon by the presence of academically focused Asian students. Many critics argued that the article's subsequent attempts to provide a debate about the role of race on Canadian university campusesand the "over-representation" of Asian students on elite university campuses, was highly offensive: Many critiques also took issue with the article's conflation of " Asian " with Chinesequoting a number of Chinese students in their article, while never addressing how "Asian" itself is a category that subsumes many different ethnic groups.
This article discusses a mature topic. Reader discretion is advised. The friend listened thoughtfully, but both women remained stumped by the problem.
What could the girlfriend do to make her boyfriend behave more attentively? You deserve more respect. A large majority of women today, despite their ability to support themselves in satisfying careers, yearn for the commitment of marriage.
Women are not only outpacing men in attaining college degrees and in other measures of professional achievement, but also, increasingly, in their aspirations to marry. In his new book, Cheap Sex: The Transformation of Men, Marriage, and Monogamy, Mark Regnerus argues that a perfect storm of technological advances — the birth control pill, and much more recently, online dating and widespread access to pornography — have eroded the perceived value of marriage.
In the last fifteen years, marriage rates have continued to fall as both online dating and porn have skyrocketed. The author dismisses arguments that the marriage dip stems from economic concerns.
Among other data, Regnerus noted a May study from the National Bureau of Economic Research showing that marriage rates remained stagnant even in regions where wages and jobs were booming from the fracking industry.
His conclusions are based on research from several nationally-representative surveys, in-person interviews with men and women, and theories of other social scientists. Men, in turn, do not feel compelled to supply these goods as they once did. That's why so many single women hate Tinder, which has further commodified sex for the benefit of men.
Women are just another consumer good in the shop window. It may take a village to raise a child. But it takes a village to raise a husband, too. And modern society has largely abdicated from the job.
Jewish philosophy regards marriage as the foundation for a healthy society, and the ideal framework for personal, spiritual and social stability and satisfaction.
Judaism teaches men to equate responsibility with manliness, and teaches women to equate their innate power to attract as something to be treasured, a gift to be bestowed only on a man who is committed to her. It is women, not men, who tend to be exploited in sexual relationships. The boundaries Jewish law sets around physical intimacy are meant to teach and reinforce the self-control that men and women need in these highly charged encounters to avoid emotional and physical exploitation.Margaret Wente would have us believe that the financial system is broken because we are spending too much on helping people.
She would argue that we are not being greedy enough! What an ego she must have to sit comfortably in her job that she gained through an education in .
Ms. Henein and Ms. Wente are cut from the same cloth as other women who have succeeded within the RMP; women like Margaret Thatcher, Hillary Clinton, Eva Peron and Madeleine Albright (who famously said in that the deaths of , Iraqi children was worth the overthrow of Saddam Hussein).
Carolyn Veldstra ACCUTE—Canadian Precarities Congress , Ottawa ON Entitled to Precarity: Canada’s Affective Economy and the Reign of the “Geritocracy” In February , the Poverty and Employment Precarity in Southern Ontario project (PEPSO) released a report called “It’s More than Poverty: Employment Precarity and Household.
Jul 11, · Big-business agriculture versus locavorism: a rebuttal to Margaret Wente Posted on July 11, by Jane Fritz This past Saturday, in her Globe and Mail opinion piece entitled “ Take the romance out of farming and ditch locavorism ”, Margaret Wente.
Wente then further discredits herself by describing one incident of negative responses to racism, and saying “This story proves that everyday racism is not tolerated by ordinary people.” So, apparently, a single study is far from conclusive, but a single incident is “proof”.
In defence of the iGeneration. In fact, she mostly feels like she has the inverse of entitlement: that her resume is one small sheet in a massive stack of overqualified resumes, not even entitled to minimum wage despite her university education.
She guesses that, more than anything, is why many of the iGeneration start things on their own.