Analysis And Responsse: Emma Watson Address

860 words - 4 pages

Kevin Kondrad
Professor Kroesche
English 102 Section 1025
March 9th, 2015
Analysis and Evaluation: Emma Watson Address
Emma Watson is an aspiring leader for the feminist community with no signs of slowing down. All Watson wants is for men to believe in the definition of feminism and that one day men and women will truly be seen as equal counterparts politically, economically, and socially. Although her intent is well-meant; her movement “HeForShe”, along with her address was flawed in many ways.
Watson starts off her address by saying “We want to end gender inequality-and to do that we need everyone to be involved.” (Warren) but from there on she only talks about men. Watson ...view middle of the document...

” (Young). With gender equality; possibly more men would obtain custody, and interpersonal communication suggests that women in general are more emotional. With emotional stress comes with the increased probability of psychological or physical damage.
Watson says “I think it is right that I should be able to make decisions about my own body.”(Warren). How is it fair or equal that the actions of two people, in regards to pregnancy, create a child yet the woman should have the final say on the outcome on both of the individual’s lives? Not having a child due to the selfishness of unwanted responsibility is wrong but wanting to have a child in an unsuitable environment with financial uncertainties is just as selfish. This debate can go back and forth forever but the fact is that both parties should have a say in the matter.
Watson states illogical statistics such as “…the UK suicide is the biggest killer of men between 20-49…” (Warren). That statistic has no correlation to men facing gender inequality. Watson later goes on to say “Because the reality is that if we do nothing it will take 75 years, or me to be nearly a hundred before women can expect to be paid the same as men for the same work.” (Warren). Where are the sources or statistical evidence to support that statistic? Her next statistic of “15.5 million girls will be married in the next 16 years as children.” (Warren). Is she talking about teenage marriage because this statistic...

Other Essays Like Analysis and Responsse: Emma Watson Address

Team Collapse at Rwh Essay

1790 words - 8 pages “Team Collapse at RWH” Case Analysis Team member: Yang Yu, Yao Xie, Yunxi Qi Organizational Change Professor DianeVacarra Executive summary The Spector audit team had difficulties to complete its work on time. In addition, RWH was under a significant pressure to solve this problem and to pull the team back to the right track. Poor decision making process, organization architectures and network problems, and weakness of managing

Watson and Crick Essay

1973 words - 8 pages "Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid" was an article published by Francis Crick and James D. Watson in the scientific journal Nature in its 171st volume on pages 737–738 . It was the first publication which described the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA. This article is often termed a "pearl" of science because it is brief and contains the answer to a fundamental mystery about living

Ethnography in Esl

628 words - 3 pages the socioculture of the learning environment. Watson-Gegeo defines ethnography as “the study of people’s behavior in naturally occurring, ongoing settings, with a focus on the cultural interpretation of behavior.” [Watson-Gegeo 1988, p. 576] The ethnographer observes a learning environment, noting all the interactions that are taking place. He then describes the outcome of those interactions and the participants’ understanding of their actions

Rosalind Franklin

888 words - 4 pages Rosalind Franklin: Life through X-ray Crystallography and DNA Rosalind Franklin, the woman who contributed to scientist of the future understanding DNA structure. Scientist such as James Watson, Francis Crick, and Maurice Wilkins benefited greatly from her findings. They received a Nobel Prize based off of her findings. Rosalind was also an X-ray crystallographer. X-ray crystallography is used for looking at atomic and molecular

History and Approaches Paper in Psychology

1833 words - 8 pages -year teaching career. John B. Watson- was an psychologist who established the psychological school of behaviorism. Watson promoted a change in psychology through his address, Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it, which was given at Columbia University in 1913. Through his behaviorist approach, Watson conducted research on animal behavior, child rearing, and advertising. In addition, he conducted the controversial "Little Albert" experiment

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Colin Dexte

2131 words - 9 pages Doyle. Sherlock Holmes is identified by most people from his famous phrase, “Elementary my dear Watson”. However, a lot of the readers of Conan Doyle would realize that Sherlock Holmes under no circumstances actually used the phrase. Sir Author Conan Doyle was an intelligent doctor who used his knowledge to write novels. His Sherlock Holmes stories were used in Egypt and China as part of their official police training. This

Grad Papaer

2009 words - 9 pages does use force against victims. Additionally, crime is defined as an act of violence that is carried out by one or more individuals and can be toward another person or property. The purpose of the analysis of this case study is to evaluate available data and to determine the variables that contribute the most to crimes and address several conceptions and misconceptions about the leading causes of property crimes in the U.S. Questions the

New Release: Beauty Retailing Industry in France to January 2014

1542 words - 7 pages Background figure 23: A. S. Watson: European Health And Beauty Operations, 2013 company Performance figure 24: A. S. Watson (europe): Group Financial Performance, 2010-13 figure 25: A. S. Watson (europe): Sales By Division, 2012 figure 26: A. S. Watson (europe): Turnover By Chain (part Estimated), Excl. Vat, 2010-12 figure 27: A. S. Watson (europe): Outlet Data, 2009-12 figure 28: A. S. Watson (europe): Stores By Division, 2012 figure 29: A. S. Watson

Analysis of Contemporary Health Care Issue

869 words - 4 pages Analysis of Contemporary Health Care Issue Katy Sforza Grand Canyon University: HCA - 530 2-5-13 Analysis of Contemporary Health Care Issue National health care expenses in the United States have been on the rise more rapidly than the national financial system for countless years, however several United States citizens are still lacking adequate health care. Sadly, health care spending is only going to rise and many people in the

Zinns Burgers

795 words - 4 pages and weaknesses within the internal environment and opportunities and threats from the external environment. Managers not only need to realise the potential of strengths presenting opportunities but also recognise the importance of weaknesses causing possible threats to the business. Capon, (2004, cited in Preston et al. 2012 p.30) suggests using SWOT analysis in relation to four key business functions: marketing, operations, human resources

Case analysis format

281 words - 2 pages Case Analysis FormatCase BackgroundEnvironment AnalysisGeneral Environment (opportunities & Threats)Industry Environment (opportunities & Threats)Internal Environment Analysis (Strengths and Weakness)Assumptions - give your assessment and conclusion from the external and internal environment analysis in term of the following:General environment stabilityIndustry Growth ProspectFinancial strength of the companyProblem Statement - state

Related Papers

Character Transformation – Emma And Clueless

986 words - 4 pages does the introduction show the privileged lives of Emma and Cher, it also shows their flaws and indicates what may threaten to blemish Emma and Cher’s perfect existence. Therefore, upon analysis of the way Emma is introduced by Austen and Cher is introduced by Heckerling, we can see many similarities and differences. Heckerling has not only transformed Emma into a movie, she has also changed the way in which Cher is introduced to appeal to the

The Life Of John B Watson

1371 words - 6 pages . Emma Watson. John’s mother, Emma was a very devoted and religious woman who did not encourage ungodly activities. She also named John after a pastor in hope that John will follow the footsteps of the man he was named after and join the church. (Good Therapy.Org, 2013) Pickens, John’s father was the very opposite of his mother he drank frequently and got in many problems with the law. As many say in today’s culture “monkey see monkey do”. John

Jane Austeen Essay

839 words - 4 pages VICTORIAN NOVEL – COMEDY OF MANNERS The novel was written during the middle of the Romantic period in western literature, but it is itself rather uncharacteristic of other fictional works of the period. Unlike the great Romantic novels and poems of the period, which usually praised youthful passions, Austen's work minimizes them EMMA PLOT Emma is a love story in which young men and women who live in the same area meet at dances, in

How Does The Composer Of "Clueless" Use Film Techniques To Transform The Social, Historical And Environmental Context Of Jane Austen's "Emma" To The Modern Context Of "Clueless"?

4588 words - 19 pages Amy Heckerling's "Clueless" involves a storyline, which closely follows the text of Jane Austen's novel "Emma". However, there are some key points of difference in the transformation that has taken place. This is due to the individual context of the nineteenth century prose text and that of the modern appropriated film text. The context can be divided into three focal categories, the social, historical and environmental context. In order to be