how do women and working class individuals have opportunities today that did not exist a hundred years ago?

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how do women and working class individuals have opportunities today that did not exist a hundred years ago?

DUE JULY 22 Read: Chapter 1-3 of “The Jungle” link here: (by Upton Sinclair)

http://www.online-literature.com/upton_sinclair/jungle/

Discussion: Chopin and Sinclair

For Kate Chopin and Upton Sinclair, the American Dream is the lack of ability (or opportunity) for a person to make a life for him or herself through hard work and sacrifice. This, they seem to argue, is impossible for many women or immigrants at the turn of the twentieth century. Women could rarely own property or take employment; poor immigrants become trapped in cycles of poverty that did not allow them to experience real freedom.

If the promise of America is in the ability of working people to achieve individual success, how do women and working class individuals have opportunities today that did not exist a hundred years ago?

Are there any existing barriers still today?

Part 1- Your response to the above should be around 250 words

All posts and responses should contain proper grammar, be free of spelling errors, be substantial, and reflect critical thinking.

Part 2- 100 words respond to peer below adding to the discussion (i.e. posing questions, reflecting on their response, etc.). (Peer is responding to the questions I also have to respond to)

Even though there isn’t perfect or even equal opportunities for women and working class individuals today, it definitely has increased from along ago. First I will start with women. A hundred years ago, women pretty much grew up just to get forced to marry some man, sometimes they didn’t even get a choice or say and may not have even really knew the man, and were made to have children and be a stay at home mom. They lived to take care of the kids, clean the house, make dinner, and just take care of everyone’s needs before themselves. Women also didn’t have rights, and couldn’t vote, own property, and were not really allowed to have an education or work. Today, most women are not only allowed to be home and care for everyone else. WOmen can now vote and own property and have gained even further rights. A Lot of women are out there working really good jobs as well. Some barriers still exist however such as still unequalness to men such as unequal pay, and other rights such as abortion. Working class individuals also have reached some success as well since the last hundred years. Back then, the working class suffered harsh conditions. They worked in unsanitary and dangerous conditions and many became sick, were injured, or even lost their lives. They also worked very long hours to receive little pay. While fast forward a hundred years it may seem like sometimes with some jobs its still the same, things have gotten better. There have become lots of laws now that have forced sanitary and safety rules. However the pay factor has still been an issue for some. Some still struggle to work long hours to feed their families. It seem that unless you have a a high paying job, it can be as a struggle to live with the average pay.

DUE JULY

22

Read: Chapter 1

3 of “The Jungle”

link here:

(by Upton Sinclair)

http://www.online

literature.com/upton_sinclair/jungle/

Discussion: Chopin and Sinclair

For Kate Chopin and Upton Sinclair, the American Dream is the lack of ability (or opportunity) for a

person to make a life for him or herself through hard work and

sacrifice. This, they seem to argue, is

impossible for many women or immigrants at the turn of the twentieth century. Women could rarely

own property or take employment; poor immigrants become trapped in cycles of poverty that did not

allow them to experie

nce real freedom.

If the promise of America is in the ability of working people to achieve individual success, how do

women and working class individuals have opportunities today that did not exist a hundred years ago?

Are there any existing barriers stil

l today?

Part 1

Your

response

to the above

should be around 250 words

All posts and responses should contain proper grammar, be free of spelling errors, be substantial, and

reflect critical thinking.

Part 2

100 words respond to peer below

add

ing

to the discussion (i.e. posing questions, reflecting on

their resp

onse, etc.).

(

Peer is responding to the questions

I

also have to respond to)

Even though there isn’t perfect or even equal opportunities for women and working class individuals

today, it definitely has increased from along ago. First I will start with women. A hundred years ago,

women pretty much grew up just to get fo

rced to marry some man, sometimes they didn’t even get a

choice or say and may not have even really knew the man, and were made to have children and be a

stay at home mom. They lived to take care of the kids, clean the house, make dinner, and just take car

e

of everyone’s needs before themselves. Women also didn’t have rights, and couldn’t vote, own

property, and were not really allowed to have an education or work. Today, most women are not only

allowed to be home and care for everyone else. WOmen can now v

ote and own property and have

gained even further rights. A Lot of women are out there working really good jobs as well. Some barriers

still exist however such as still unequalness to men such as unequal pay, and other rights such as

abortion. Working clas

s individuals also have reached some success as well since the last hundred years.

Back then, the working class suffered harsh conditions. They worked in unsanitary and dangerous

conditions and many became sick, were injured, or even lost their lives. They

also worked very long

hours to receive little pay. While fast forward a hundred years it may seem like sometimes with some

jobs its still the same, things have gotten better. There have become lots of laws now that have forced

sanitary and safety rules. H

owever the pay factor has still been an issue for some. Some still struggle to

work long hours to feed their families. It seem that unless you have a a high paying job, it can be as a

struggle to live with the average pay.

DUE JULY 22 Read: Chapter 1-3 of “The Jungle” link here: (by Upton Sinclair)

http://www.online-literature.com/upton_sinclair/jungle/

Discussion: Chopin and Sinclair

For Kate Chopin and Upton Sinclair, the American Dream is the lack of ability (or opportunity) for a

person to make a life for him or herself through hard work and sacrifice. This, they seem to argue, is

impossible for many women or immigrants at the turn of the twentieth century. Women could rarely

own property or take employment; poor immigrants become trapped in cycles of poverty that did not

allow them to experience real freedom.

If the promise of America is in the ability of working people to achieve individual success, how do

women and working class individuals have opportunities today that did not exist a hundred years ago?

Are there any existing barriers still today?

Part 1- Your response to the above should be around 250 words

All posts and responses should contain proper grammar, be free of spelling errors, be substantial, and

reflect critical thinking.

Part 2- 100 words respond to peer below adding to the discussion (i.e. posing questions, reflecting on

their response, etc.). (Peer is responding to the questions I also have to respond to)

Even though there isn’t perfect or even equal opportunities for women and working class individuals

today, it definitely has increased from along ago. First I will start with women. A hundred years ago,

women pretty much grew up just to get forced to marry some man, sometimes they didn’t even get a

choice or say and may not have even really knew the man, and were made to have children and be a

stay at home mom. They lived to take care of the kids, clean the house, make dinner, and just take care

of everyone’s needs before themselves. Women also didn’t have rights, and couldn’t vote, own

property, and were not really allowed to have an education or work. Today, most women are not only

allowed to be home and care for everyone else. WOmen can now vote and own property and have

gained even further rights. A Lot of women are out there working really good jobs as well. Some barriers

still exist however such as still unequalness to men such as unequal pay, and other rights such as

abortion. Working class individuals also have reached some success as well since the last hundred years.

Back then, the working class suffered harsh conditions. They worked in unsanitary and dangerous

conditions and many became sick, were injured, or even lost their lives. They also worked very long

hours to receive little pay. While fast forward a hundred years it may seem like sometimes with some

jobs its still the same, things have gotten better. There have become lots of laws now that have forced

sanitary and safety rules. However the pay factor has still been an issue for some. Some still struggle to

work long hours to feed their families. It seem that unless you have a a high paying job, it can be as a

struggle to live with the average pay.

 

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