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The Gender Pay Gap By Homework Help Classof1
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Why do women, on average, earn less than men? In the United States in 2008, the typical woman earned about 80 percent as much as the typical man. A recent study explored several factors that... More > contribute to the gender pay gap.< Less
Tyrants of Matriarchy: Debunking Feminism and the Myth of Patriarchal Oppression By Stephen Jarosek
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The edifice of feminist theory stands on the myth of patriarchal oppression. In dispensing with this myth, Stephen Jarosek shows that feminism is a bankrupt ideology that cannot be substantiated. He... More > applies principles from semiotics and systems theory, in the context of recent developments in the cognitive sciences, to show that women never were the helpless victims that feminists portray them as, to be moulded like putty in the hands of an all-controlling and unaccountable patriarchy. In the context of an emerging scientific paradigm, the author demonstrates that feminist narratives are not impartial descriptions of reality as it is but solipsistic projections of reality as feminists rationalize it. Their projections reveal more about feminists and their motivations than about the true nature of reality. Stephen Jarosek's compelling synthesis suggests that The Matriarchy is The Patriarchy's equal in all that is good and bad in culture, and this can only empower women in ways that feminism never could.< Less
Tyrants of Matriarchy: Debunking Feminism and the Myth of Patriarchal Oppression By Stephen Jarosek
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The edifice of feminist theory stands on the myth of patriarchal oppression. In dispensing with this myth, Stephen Jarosek shows that feminism is a bankrupt ideology that cannot be substantiated. He... More > applies principles from semiotics and systems theory, in the context of recent developments in the cognitive sciences, to show that women never were the helpless victims that feminists portray them as, to be moulded like putty in the hands of an all-controlling and unaccountable patriarchy. In the context of an emerging scientific paradigm, the author demonstrates that feminist narratives are not impartial descriptions of reality as it is but solipsistic projections of reality as feminists rationalize it. Their projections reveal more about feminists and their motivations than about the true nature of reality. Stephen Jarosek's compelling synthesis suggests that The Matriarchy is The Patriarchy's equal in all that is good and bad in culture, and this can only empower women in ways that feminism never could.< Less
Korea 1950-53 - Recounting REME Involvement By Peter Gripton, John Dutton
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In due course an official history of the Korean war was produced, dealing with the campaign in general, and the British Commonwealth Forces in particular, covering every aspect of the fighting and... More > political background. This book has been compiled to fill that gap. Many books have been published on the Korean campaign but none to my knowledge mentioning the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. It was the first war waged by the United Nations to curb aggression and uphold the free way of life. It was the first occasion in which an integrated Division – composed of units and individuals from many Commonwealth countries – served successfully together. It was perhaps unique in the variety of engineering problems that emerged as the campaign progressed. Therefore, this book will have an appeal throughout the British Commonwealth, and in particular to all members of the REME even if the units that they served with are not specifically mentioned.< Less

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