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|4 Between richer and poorer classes in a free country a mutually respecting |
antagonism is much healthier than pity on the one hand and ... 6 When we say a
woman is of a certain social class, we really mean her husband or father is.
|Class 52 Increased means and increased leisure are the two civilizers of man. |
Benjamin ... 1912) Hungarian-born, British humorist When we say a woman is of
a certain social class, we really mean her husband or father is. Zoe Fairbaims (b.
|Charles B. Fairbanks When we say a woman is of a certain social class we really |
mean her husband or father is. - Zoe Fairburns I don't know what a moron is, And
I don't give a damn. I'm thankful that I'm not one. My God, perhaps I am! - Henry ...
Elsie M. Walker, David T. Johnson - 2008 - Preview
|We enslave these barbarians because they don't matter. Fitzsimmons: Would you |
say then, that part of the social role of film is to exert a leveling influence?
Coolidge: I ... If you can function with respect toward everyone and yourself, she
said, it would be a different world. ... In the end, my father died and I was raised to
really care about people. ... In Crazy in Love [a film made for television in 1992],
Georgie feels she has a "magical" means of knowing when her husband is in
Marsha Pravder Mirkin, Karen L. Suyemoto, Barbara F. Okun - 2005 - Preview
|As the basic influence of the social meanings of gender differences becomes |
widely accepted, we also begin to understand ... Being a woman of color is not
the same as being a white woman; being a working-class woman is different from
being an upper- ... For example, the meaning of “woman” for Maria affected her
experiences in relationships, at school/work, and in relation to ... She tolerated
her husband's alcoholism and gave Maria the message that husbands and
fathers should ...
|"I was standing on this miserable, crowded, hot train," she remembers, "coming |
from a job that doesn't give me all that much ... "There's such a thing as quality of
life," she told her husband, "and this isn't it. ... "We are setting up a life-style which
we consciously fought against for years," says Rebecca. .... I have this job I work
very hard at, but what does it really mean? .... If it had been socially acceptable,
your father, who is wonderfully nurturing, probably would have been happier to ...
|These women maintain the status quo and prefer blending in with the crowd |
rather than standing out as a target. Some women have been taught that it is
wiser—and safer—to comply. For example, a forty-five-year-old caregiver of a
father with dementia reluctantly had him admitted to a nursing facility when she
and her family could no longer ... her husband asked over dinner. ... We will
examine in greater depth the differing communication styles of men and women
in another chapter.
|She came to this country through an arranged marriage and now runs a |
minimarket in partnership with her husband. ... I am more liberal towards my
children. My husband and I share a lot of housework, unlike our parents. We are
more ... has been rising steadily since the 1970s, although some social classes
and ethnic groups have not had their fair share of prosperity. An indigenous white
graduate, part-time lecturer, explained: Generally, I would say we are better off
than our parents.
|"We are honored to have with us this evening His Imperial Highness Prince Nikita |
Romanoff," he proclaims. The room bursts into ... certain obligations. "When I
married my husband, my father-in-law told me nobility entitles you to the same air
that everyone else breathes. ... "It's taken from the Greek, meaning 'rule by the
elite,' " says the jeweler prince. Despite the ... "I really believe she would have
loved him without the title and he would have married her without the money." In