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time factor

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Nicole Rennie

on 19 September 2012

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The Time Factor By Gloria Steinem After constant years of fighting for equality with men, woman are still continually treated with less rights and freedoms as men in the work place. Thesis Statement: How is this thesis supported? Personal experience: She had to be much more flexible in her career, since men tend to be chosen for the job much more then woman, leaving her with less benefits and savings
Woman may have the same qualifications as their husband, yet most still lived their lives in day-to-day response to any needs of their husbands and children
Woman are still stereotypically known as caretakers for the family Well educated females in the work force
Working Adult male (to inform about issue)
Audience: Tone: Serious throughout the essay since it is addressing a serious subject about equality with women and men Introduction:
Rhetorical devices: Difficult Vocabulary: Injunctions: An authoritative warning or order
Entrenched: Establish (an attitude, habit, or belief) so firmly that change is very difficult or unlikely
Pragmatic: Dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations
Deferred: Put off (an action or event) to a later time; postpone
Polarized: Restrict the vibrations of (a transverse wave, esp. light) wholly or partially to one direction The introduction makes the reader ask questions and makes the reader want to read more. For example, "But the poor can plan ahead, only a few weeks or days." This makes the readers ask why. Conclusion: Bring the essays points together to make a final statement of facts. The last paragraph, however, is more dramatic, talking about the time we have to make the rights of women and men equal. 1. "PLANNING AHEAD IS A MEASURE OF CLASS"
Typography: This sentence is capitalized because it is a main point in the essay. It is setting a strong tone and proving a point
2. "...but can we think of one feminist five-year-plan?"
Rhetorical question: Although the answer is apparent, it is not the main factor. It is said only to prove a point
3."UPPITY minority men."
Connotative Language: "Uppity" is a very stereotypical and degrading word to describe a stereotype
4. "And time is all there is."
Sentence Variety: This is used to bring a dramatic effect.
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