1st article(Laying Tracks) write 3 pages ” elaborate on the distinction between Carr’s notion of proprietary and infrastructural technologies. How can these concepts be applied to understanding 19th century technologies such as railway systems as well as 21st century technologies such as data centers like those discussed in the assigned reading Where Data Sleeps?”
2nd article(Where data sleeps) write 3 pages-“Explain the differences between the Google and Facebook data centers. What was the author’s reasoning for why these differences exist?”
write the 2 essays in your own words without quoting the articles numerous times.
This type of story would be considered paradoxical in the eyes of a man and many feminists, whose rudimentary knowledge of feminism may strictly include the common teaching that pornography perpetuates sexism, oppression and supports the predominant patriarchal structures. Another self-proclaimed Lebanese feminist Julia Yazbeck mentioned in the same article posted to twitter “Watching Khalifa make global headlines felt like I had traveled for months, and just as I was nearing my destination, someone used my passport to wipe their ass, undoing all my hard work and sending me back to square one” (qtd. in Mofta). Yazbeck referencing her hard work as a Lebanese feminist was undone by Khalifa’s actions, but fails to recognize that Khalifa’s decision, while subjectively right or wrong was hers to make and by calling out Khalifa on a public forum damages feminism overall. Both Khalifa and Yazbeck are self proclaimed Feminists, but harbor very different ideas on what feminism means to them and how to disassemble patriarchal structures. Speaking on comments made earlier, that women are essentially accepted as immoral and irrational, or kind and benevolent, Khalifa in this instance broadly isn’t taken seriously by fellow feminists due to patriarchal structures and teachings. We are programmed as a society to view those who do subjectively immoral things as essentially entirely “bad” and taking Khalifa seriously as a feminist is nearly impossible to do so long as this mental programming exists. Khalifa can now spend the rest of her life fighting for feminist movements, but no matter what she does she will always be remembered or reminded of her time spent in the porn industry. However, Khalifa isn’t necessarily strictly a victim of internalized sexism at the hands of fellow feminists, she posted on twitter December 16, 2015 “All Twitter feminists know how to do is not shave their arm pits and throw the word “misogynistic” around unnecessarily” (Khalifa). The comment made by Khalifa on a public forum such as Twitter absolutely hurts feminism, it is self evident that those like Khalifa have their idea of what feminism should be, and those like Yazbeck have their own ideas of what feminism should be. The pot-shots that feminists take at each other are sexist, misogynistic and reinforce preconceived notions and stereotypes promoted by patriarchy. However, it is not clear how to rectify such a situation where the ideologies of feminism are separated by seemingly unreconcilable fundamental differences. When we start to talk about sexism, the world becomes increasingly complex. The dynamics of power and control no longer fit into neat categories but becomes a series of starts and tangents of intersectionality’s and seemingly never ends. Internalized sexism is something instilled in wom>GET ANSWER