Part 2 - 1. a. The factors that cause Curtis to see the...

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1. a. The factors that cause Curtis to see the situation the way he sees it are gender and stereotypes even though as well as the same can be said for Shannon. First in America there is growing sense or ethnicity not just be an American but embrace your ethnicity even when it as it sometimes does comes into conflict with ideas of Americans. Example in Curtis’s case is he has met with racial prejudices and it may have given him a sense of empowerment as a defense survival skill. Also woman are not very respected in the areas of authority especially by males. In Shannon’s cases she has had to struggle with the gender stereotypes and the policies that are still in effect such as women get paid less for doing the same work as a male counterpart. Her dealings with Curtis may actually be harsher she just may not realize it because stereotypes and the prejudices that result may be so ingrained that it is a part of us and only can someone on the receiving end see them for what they are. So both Curtis and Shannon are both telling the truth, as they perceive
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