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    First Passage

     

    Desdemona

    1.3.208-218

    My noble father,

    I do perceive here a divided duty:

    To you I am bound for life and education;

    My life and education both do learn me

    How to respect you; you are the

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    First Passage   Desdemona 1.3.208-218 My noble father, I do perceive here a divided duty: To you I am bound for life and education; My life and education both do learn me How to respect you; you are the lord of duty; I am hitherto your daughter: but...

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    With all the issues involving the discouragement of women, it seems like an impossible gap to fix. However, a few ideas come to mind that would help decrease this gap. First, decreasing the wage gap would

    How to Fix the Wage Gap in Medicine

    With all the issues involving the discouragement of women, it seems like an impossible gap to fix. However, a few ideas come to mind that would help decrease this gap. First, decreasing the wage gap would encourage more women...

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    The only specialty that the number of women outweighed the number of men was pediatrics. This is stereotypical since women are often seen as ‘gentler’ and better with children, therefore they are pushed into thi

    Medical Specialty Discrimination

    The only specialty that the number of women outweighed the number of men was pediatrics. This is stereotypical since women are often seen as ‘gentler’ and better with children, therefore they are pushed into this profession. The problem with...

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    • What a fascinating topic Chloe. I never really considered the wage gap in the medical felid, let alone the reason for it. With both men and women getting the same amount of education and experience in med school, it seems absolutely crazy that theres a $20,000 gap. It was interesting to see the connection between lower paying professions within medicine were the same professions that women mostly go into. I wonder, are there any women in medicine fighting for same pay?

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    Imagine going to school for 8 plus years, paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to do so, finally graduating, getting a job, and find out your getting paid $50,000 less than someone who is your ‘equal’. This is

    Wage Gap in the Medical Field

    Imagine going to school for 8 plus years, paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to do so, finally graduating, getting a job, and find out your getting paid $50,000 less than someone who is your ‘equal’. This is an...

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    • I agree with you that women should be paid equal to men, not only in the medical field but in any sort of work place. Women are capable of doing the exact thing as men in todays time and age. I find it interesting how women are paid more in the field of radiology compared to men but paid less in other fields. After all of the excruciating work and time spent going through medical school they should earn the same wages as their male counterparts.

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    Perhaps the most difficult and aggravating factor that discourages women from entering the medical field is stereotypes. Throughout the centuries, society as a whole has viewed women as wives, mothers, and

    Stereotypes Leading Women Away from Health Care

    Perhaps the most difficult and aggravating factor that discourages women from entering the medical field is stereotypes. Throughout the centuries, society as a whole has viewed women as wives, mothers, and domestic workers. Even during the women's rights movement,...

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    An issue that I care about immensely is women’s rights in the workplace. In particular, women’s job opportunities in medical fields. As a woman who is interested in pursuing a career in medicine, I feel anxiety

    Women in Medicine

    An issue that I care about immensely is women's rights in the workplace. In particular, women's job opportunities in medical fields. As a woman who is interested in pursuing a career in medicine, I feel anxiety about these issues...

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    • Chloe,
      Your post is really informative about the inequality in the workplace. Women are severely mistreated and it just shouldn’t be that way. I don’t even get why this is a thing, women can do every single thing a guy can, perhaps even better at some things. but thats depending on the person not a whole gender. It’s ridiculous that people see women as inferior in the workplace especially in the medical field. I hope that with time, this changes and everything becomes more equal.

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    For the past two generations, American students history grades have been dropping rapidly. http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/07/opinion/callista-gingrich-u-s-history/index.html describes this change as an effect of not

    Lack of interest in history

    For the past two generations, American students history grades have been dropping rapidly. http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/07/opinion/callista-gingrich-u-s-history/index.html describes this change as an effect of not being able to captivate the students and that they need to find fun ways to teach these topics....

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    • Hi chloe! I found this post very interesting. This is something I have never really considered, but I agree that history tends to be a subject that is not as widely considered for a career path as other subjects may be. Although, I did find a link, “History is not a useless major, Fighting Myths with Data” , that discusses a similar topic to you: that history is being lost as our youth doesn’t see it as a practical subject to major in, but this article also writes about how history majors are possible and there are still many jobs out there for them, we just need more people to know about it. I think that could relate to what you said about the way students are being taught. I thought this was really great post that was very informative.
      https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/april-2017/history-is-not-a-useless-major-fighting-myths-with-data

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    81 percent of Americans use some sort of social media platform today. 1.96 billion people use social media worldwide and this number is expected to double by 2018. The number will exponentially increase until

    Social media play in society today

    81 percent of Americans use some sort of social media platform today. 1.96 billion people use social media worldwide and this number is expected to double by 2018. The number will exponentially increase until eventually everyone who has access...

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    • I found this article very interesting due to its truth. Those who do not stay up to date with current events on social media are definitely more out of the loop. And this could be bad as those who are at a loss may feel awkward or like they are not in the right group and that could be bad for friends. A group of friends might change if some of the people have a different view of something that is going on in social media today or even if they just do not have an opinion. Overall I really enjoyed this.

    • Chloe, I thought it was very interesting how much truth is in this article. I, on daily basis, find myself talking in what would be short hand. I also liked the fact that you used both sides of the argument, that made your article much more reliable and credible. I do think that the fact that we talk in short hand could be bad because some people don’t understand that there is a time and a place.

    • Interesting post, Chloe! I really enjoyed how you also looked at the advantages of social media because most people solely focus on the negatives. Based on your post I think you would enjoy this article (https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/negative-effects-social-media/) that I’ve recently read. I look forward to reading your future posts!

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    It seems that people tend to have similar beliefs as those who live in the same geographic area as them. We see this in politics especially. An article

    Geography and Political Opinions

    It seems that people tend to have similar beliefs as those who live in the same geographic area as them. We see this in politics especially. An article from http://www.npr.org/2014/02/04/271355276/political-map-does-geography-shape-your-ideology# gives us reasoning on why people of similar political viewpoints...

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    • I found this topic interesting because I have lived in Utah my whole life. You can most definitely tell that most people in Utah have very similar beliefs, whether it is because of religion or not. It would be interesting to see the small sectors in Utah that are red or blue. I also liked how you talked about having different opinions helps us grow intellectually and in our own mind sets.

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    The Telegraph states that, “Earlier research revealed that the lower portion of a brain region called the “medial prefrontal cortex” (MPFC) is active when people consider themselves or people like them,” whi

    Do people congregate with people who are like them?

    The Telegraph states that, “Earlier research revealed that the lower portion of a brain region called the "medial prefrontal cortex" (MPFC) is active when people consider themselves or people like them,” which potentially points to people choosing friends or...

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