JenniferJohnson296-CM105-02-Unit 6- Draft The Glass Ceiling and Women in the Workplace - writing c

JenniferJohnson296-CM105-02-Unit 6- Draft The Glass Ceiling and Women in the Workplace - writing c

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Unit 6 Project 1 Hi Jennifer, Thank you for sharing your work with the KU Writing Center! I hope you will find my feedback helpful, not just for this project but also for others to come. To make sure you can read my comments in Microsoft Word, please select “Final Showing Markup” from your “Review” menu. (If you received PDF files, the feedback is automatically visible.) As a writer, I always work hard to provide readers with specific details that help them know exactly what I mean. I also work to make sure I don’t have too many details so my readers get the “big idea.” As the reader of this composition, I greatly appreciate your use of such specific details. These kept me interested and helped to explain your points directly and explicitly. Thanks for keeping me engaged! Please be sure to review the constructive feedback I have offered to help you grow as a writer. I have offered some key comments on global issues like purpose, content, and organization as well as local issues like grammar, mechanics, and format. I have also highlighted tutorial links for you on the accompanying Writing Center (WC) Feedback Form. The tutorials offer further advice for revising and editing your paper. If you wish, you may save these tutorials to your computer and even print them for quick reference. Warmly, ~Tutor, Neelam
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Unit 6 Project 2
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Unit 6 Project 3 Running Head: UNIT 6 PROJECT Unit 6 Project: Draft for “The Glass Ceiling and Women in the Workplace” Jennifer Johnson Kaplan University CM105-O2 Rathi Krishnana June 16, 2010
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Unit 6 Project 4 “The Glass Ceiling and Women in the Workplace”
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Women are very prevalent in most companies within today’s society. It is interesting however to glance back a mere 50 years ago to when woman in management position was unheard of. Even in today’s society, only 7% to 9% of women have managed to break through the “glass ceiling” and reach the position of senior management (Catalyst Corporation, 1999). The “glass ceiling” is a term used to describe the invisible barriers that prevent women from advancing to management positions within corporations. This phrase was coined in 1986 when the Wall Street Journal wrote an article describing the unseen barriers that women encounter as they approach the top of the corporate hierarchy (Dunn, 1997). Throughout the past 50 years the determination of woman has helped in chipping away at the glass ceiling to overcome discrimination, exclusion from business related networking, and business politics Hi Jennifer, this is a fine start! The thesis states the three points you will discuss in the body of the paper. Thanks! Topic sentence does a good job of stating the focus of this paragraph. Thanks! Jennifer, please discuss what women have done exactly to overcome discrimination. Thanks!
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