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Womens Equality in the Job Market

3 Responses to “Womens Equality in the Job Market”

  1. Leonie August 18, 2012 at 8:09 am #

    I don’t believe that vleoince is necessary in order for a revolution to succeed. Primarily, it depends on the type of revolution that occurs. If the revolution is a social change, such as the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution, in which divisions within society didn’t rebel against each other or their government, then vleoince most likely won’t occur. However, similar to the comment Sheena made, I believe that whether vleoince occurs in a revolution depends on the leader of the revolution. For example, Gandhi made the choice of following brahmacharya, which is living a life of poverty and chastity in order to control emotions of anger and pride. Unlike leaders such as Stalin or Robespierre, Gandhi chose to live a life of nonviolence and therefore implemented his nonviolent efforts into campaigns of nonviolent resistance. Gandhi didn’t believe that he needed vleoince in order to bring down his enemy. Gandhi instead believed that without vleoince he could understand the suffering of those around him and as a result, become more self-aware. Although society and the people influence many of the revolutions we’ve studied, I believe that specifically in India, the people were influenced by Gandhi. Unlike Gandhi, many of his followers were violent. For example, when a group of demonstrators set fire to a police car during the noncooperation and civil disobedience campaign, Gandhi immediately shut down the campaign even though victory was in reach. I do believe that nonviolent revolutions are possible, however for those revolutions to succeed it will most likely be the result of a strong, persistent leader.

  2. weathervane August 26, 2012 at 1:48 am #

    I am really loving the theme/design of your website. Do you ever run into any browser compatibility problems? A handful of my blog readers have complained about my website not operating correctly in Explorer but looks great in Opera. Do you have any tips to help fix this problem?

    • cathy August 26, 2012 at 6:53 pm #

      weathervane –
      Thank you for your comment. We have not gotten any browser-related complaints yet, but perhaps the Explorer browser hasn’t been updated as often as other browsers. That my cause incompatibilities.

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