- Individual Policy Options: Please provide the decision maker with at least three policies proposed by
government to address the macroeconomic issue.Please distinctly demarcate the three policies. Focus of
paper is on addressing solutions to a macroeconomic problem and how each policy will help address the issue
and help economy.
- Advantages and Disadvantages of each current or potential strategy: You will present the pros and cons of
each of three policies you have presented. Please clearly demarcate pros and cons of each strategy
- Your Recommendation: After prioritizing the relative pros and cons of the above policies, please recommend
one policy from the three policies you have analyzed. The aim of the policy recommendation is to provide a
detailed and convincing proposal of the advantages of the recommended strategy and how it will help the
economy. Please highlight recommended strategy.
- Sources Consulted or Recommended: This is essentially an annotated bibliography in the event that the
decision maker has the interest and time to read up on a specific issue. Aside from standard books and
articles, on-line sources and personal interviews may be cited.
- Format, spell check, organization
Structure of paper. You are required to follow structure given below.
2.Two pages of information from summary. Please demarcate end of summary
- Policy one: Analysis of policy one
- Analysis of pros and cons of policy one
- Policy two: Analysis of policy two
- Analysis of pros and cons of policy two
- Policy three: Analysis of policy three
- Analysis of pros and cons of policy three
- Recommended strategy based on policies you have analyzed
- Annotated bibliography
- Formal, spell check, organization
Can feminism be viewed as a viable school of thought that can be relied upon? What can be considered as a main obstacle in giving feminism a greater force is masculinity. The subject of feminism is about women and appears to concern itself with the political, social and cultural experiences of women. Where do we fit the male in this debate, masculinity therefore, is a hindrance to feminism. As long as we associate masculinity or femininity with history and culture it cannot be deemed worthy or relevant as a practice or attitude for feminist use. The position of women is regressing. Perhaps not legislatively, but socially. The reasons for which does not include men. It was not men who ‘voluntarily stampeded towards the creeping tyranny of needless plastic surgery and a pathological obsession with grooming.’ In her book, Enlightened Sexism: The Seductive Message that Feminism’s Work is Done, Susan B. Douglas explains that ‘The dumb blond, narcissistic ‘real housewives,’ cat-fighting, wedding obsessed, baby-obsessed stereotypes in the media mask and justify this inequality, as does the relentless blitzkrieg against women with power by the pit bulls of talk radio and cable TV news.’ So the question arises, is feminism dead? Is this a postfeminist era? In her book, ‘The Future of Feminism’, Sylvia Walby disagrees with this notion. She substantiates her stance with evidence of contemporary feminism. She rightfully suggests that feminist projects are not always labelled as feminist. The book illustrates the future of feminism as a global wave, on this future depends the future of gender inequality and social inequality in general. Conclusion ‘Feminism is hated, because women are hated. Anti-feminism is a direct expression of misogyny; it is the political defence of women hating.’ Perhaps it is the extent of Andrea Dworkin’s statement suggests that leads one to believe that this was only applicable in the past and has no relevance to the present. However, as long as there exists a group of people who think it shameful to be called a feminist, this quote will seem to be true. In this essay, we have seen how the legal system has contributed to the prevalent gender inequality and how it remains androcentric to this day. We might not see the day that the entire legal system can be called a feminist system, however th>GET ANSWER