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Transcript: Subtitle goes here Presentation Headline About Introduction This is the first slide for introducing your project or idea. Idea Get to the main point of your Presentation. Second Topic Fill the Slides with Beautiful Content Example text here. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." We've filled the entire template with example slide designs and elements: Need Content Ideas? Security "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Mobile Friendly "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Analytics "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Innovative "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Time-Effective "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Well-Documented "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Time Present important dates and events Make a Timeline Present important dates and events 1999 Present important dates and events 2002 Learn from past mistakes 2006 Zoom in for the small details 2020 Present important dates and events 2000 Present important dates and events 2004 Present important dates and events 2011 Business This slide is meant for your boring charts and graphs How's Business? Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Item 4 Item 5 Item 6 Display how much you charge your customers Pricing Table Beginner $12 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 Expert $25 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 For Dummies $100 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 Free $0 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 Investor $900 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 Gallery Everybody loves images. Make a Gallery Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #1 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #2 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #3 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #4 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #5 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #6 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #7 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #8 Show more details of a single project Single Item Project Details "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." Map Use the world map to pinpoint locations World Map - Add details here - Add details here - Add details here - Add details here Team Who are the people working with you? You are Not Alone Gerardo M. Oliver This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, CEO Analyst Sales Developer Karla J. Walsh This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Bradley Sherman This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Sue E. Marquez This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Shine some light on the important people Single Person View Senior Data Analyst Karla J. Walsh This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Contact How can People Get in Touch with You? Contact Details email@mail.com website.com fb.com/user.com lnked.in/user +1-202-555-0184 Communication - the human connection - is the key to personal and career success. Change colors, rearrange topics, add your own content Customize this template: https://prezibase.com Get this Prezi Template from:

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Transcript: sweatpants and sportswear lead to a lazy epidemic Many GHS girls take the easy way out when getting dressed in the morning. Instead of sporting a nice pair of jeans and a classy shirt, they reach for sweatpants and a sporty T-shirt because its "comfy." However, in a society where extreme casual dress has become a norm, schools should hold their students to a higher standard. Forcing students to dress appropriately for the school day would teach the importance of looking ones best in a day to day setting. A sharp dress code would put to rest the lazy attitudes associated with sweatpants, sweatshirts, pajamas, and yoga pants. teenage boys cannot help but be distracted by this article of clothing and how it conforms to a young girls body Is this how we want young girls to dress in our schools? Some even have suggestive words on the pants! Dress For Success: Laziness Inappropriate allowing yoga pants, that were originally intended for workout, in class sends a wrong message about acceptable behavior and sets a general bad precedent on how our girls should present themselves to society. GHS - Sweatpants - Sweatshirts -Pajama pants - Yoga Pants - Athletic shorts and shirts - Leadership Public School Hayward introduced new rules for dress and 57% of seniors surveyed believed that a strict dress code does help a student’s education. The skin tight pants (and I use the term pants lightly) leave little to the imagination. No matter how comfortable they may be, yoga pants are nothing but a distraction for boys. Even though adequately covering girls flesh, these pants draw special attention to girls... assets. According to The Washington Post, studies conducted by Northwestern University show that the way a person dresses effects his/her effort and productivity. Therefore, if students have the to option to dress sloppily, their work will reflect their clothing choices. yoga pants promote inappropriate dress and create a distraction "I think eliminating sweats and sportswear from the dress code would help peoples attitudes towards school and school work. I personally have a lazy attitude at school when I wear sweatpants." - senior Gabriella Montemarano What Should GHS Girls Wear To School? The casual dress epidemic is associated with sweatpants and hoodies, clothes that usually modestly cover girls bodies. However, the recent trend of yoga pants has completely altered teenage girls modesty. A+ The administration of GHS needs to amend the school's dress code to ban: the frequent wear of sweatshirts, sweatpants, pajamas, and yoga pants to school is promoting: - High schools in Ohio enforced a dress code and it slightly improved graduation rates The Problem: these types of clothing should be banned from the hallways and classrooms of GHS. The NECESSARY change: Improved dress code success stories: - One study done at John Adams Middle School showed that the honor roll increased from 31.4% to 43.3% after implementing stricter dress rules. Students Agree: These kinds of clothing should not be worn during the school day. Only to a sports practice or gym class.

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Transcript: Analysing Conflict IntractabilityThrough Four Dimensions Introduction Intractable Conflict Exam question: Compare and critically evaluate each of the four themes in terms of their respective advantages and disadvantages when approaching and analysing conflict. Proposed answer: Analysing conflict through these four dimensions makes strong contributions to understanding what makes some conflict intractable but does not necessarily contribute to development of how these conflicts can be resolved. Intractable Conflict (Mitchell, 2014) “...go on for a very long time and never seem to go away completely,... they appear, at least at first sight, to involve inherent contradictions (logical or empirical or both), or aspirations and goals that are wholly incommensurable (parties confront a dilemma of distributing a good that is indivisible or filling a position that is unsharable), or arise from “worldviews”, ideologies and values systems that simply do not allow for alternative outcomes to those dictated by the beliefs of the party holding them (2014, p.61).” Intractable Conflict (Mitchell, 2014) Conflict Goals Conflict “an incompatibility of goals or attainment of a scarce resource to the exclusion of the other individual or group’s attainment of such resource or goal (2014, p.24).” Positive goals may be described as those concerned with bringing out a desired future; Negative goals which are concerned with avoiding an undesired future (1981, p.22). Goals may be material in nature, such as the attainment of scarce resources or the power to distribute them. Goals highlights the purposive quality of conflict processes. 3 Elements of Intractable Conflict 1. Situation that gives rise to conflict. Formation - the situation leading to conflict. Perpetuation - the circumstances that allow conflict to continue. 2. Attitudes and perceptions of the parties involved when parties find themselves in such situations of conflict. Include both affective and perceptual orientations (1981, p.27). Sustain the adversarial relationships that perpetuate conflict. Cannot be addressed in isolation from the situation that gave rise to the conflict and may have a direct impact on a shift in the goals by including new goals of punishing the adversary (1981, p.28). 3. Behavior of clashing parties toward one another. Intended to make the opponent change or desert its goals and take a variety of forms (1981, p.29). 3 Elements of Intractable Conflict View of the moral group, identity, behavior, rights, predictability, prosperity, security (Taylor, Amery) Banality of wrongs/evil in organizations, groups (Amery, Dejours, Milgram) View of right and wrong actions in conflict (Walzer, Amery) Rights, obligations, freedom (Sen, Williams) Modernism, postmodernism and relativism (Geertz, Harvey, Catoriadis) Social psychology (Mikulincer & Shaver, Woodhead) Manipulation of morality (Flint) Alternatives (Ghassem-Fachandi, Ram-Prasad) Morality Morality Advantages Multidimensional perspective of conflict (before, during and after). Offers foundational understanding of how notions of right and wrong, status, rights and obligations may be viewed from a variety of perspectives. Provides framework for analysing the meaning of morality for a community and for an individual (identity). Provides framework for understanding an evolution of morality debates - from pre-modernity to modernity to postmodernity. Advantages Disadvantages Does not necessarily provide a response to the question of how to resolve a moral conflict - does more to explain how morality entrenches a conflict. There is a limited alternative (non-western) view proposed (within the literature explored in the reading list). Disadvantages Impacts of religious identity - belonging, history, ethnicity, nation, community connection to past, present and future (Berliner, Dumont, Geertz, Dumont, Redekop, Werley, Woodhead) Impacts of religious belief in chosenness, transcendence (Akenson, Stern) Motivation to violence, necessity of violence (Palaver, Stern, Jurgensmeyer) Secularism, individualism and modernity (Asad, Greenfeld, Strozier, Walzer) Religion and peacebuilding (Thomas) Religion Religion Advantages Much like morality, this dimension relates to beliefs of right and wrong, and the relationship between this sense of right and wrong and an individual's relationship with this world. Explains the a modern view of religion as something other than mystical, that can be analysed and understood in its social, historical and anthropological forms. Offers explanations of transcendence and connectedness to the past, present and beyond. Adds economic and political dimensions of religion, demonstrating the depth and breadth of this dimension. Directs attention to the positive contributions of religion to peacebuilding, leading us to question the intractability of the religious dimensions of conflict. Advantages Disadvantages Assumptions underpinning what religion is and its impacts are difficult to dislodge from

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Transcript: While looking at an applicants application, business owners are looking for the more masculine person A specific study was based off of woman in the army, and how their job is more masculine A woman could get hired over a male if they had more masculine type jobs in the past Business owners choose masculine people over feminine people Men are seen as doing the job better, despite a woman who might have higher credentials A study was tested on who would be chosen for a labor union job, 10 out of 11 woman were supposed to be sent back in a male dominated occupation Gender discrimination can happen anywhere According to Jesse J. Prinz, men are genetically more smarter in engineering, science and math Not only does this affect hiring in the labor union but hiring professors as well What is Gender Discrimination? Gender Discrimination in the Workplace By: Abby Miller Discrimination at work Further research I would like to do would be finding out how woman feel after being sent away from a job due to being feminine, and if they take any further action Further Research Discrimination in the hiring process Gender Discrimination is discrimination of a person based on their sex. This mainly affects woman. Masculinity vs. Femininity Overview of gender discrimination Professional titles such as managers in the United States has been mainly male dominated Studies have show that a male who was to work for a woman manager may not treat them with respect Some men believe it's "inappropriate" for woman to do a man's work

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