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Kaitlin McCann EDCS 301 M RN Daily #10 The readings on classism were really interesting to me, and to me is a topic that is very true yet easy to look past as a right of passage. In chapter 42 there is a picture of of woman with an impressive degree, is well spoken, had a high GPA, very confident, and has business attire with a great smile to boot. Right off the bat, you think how anyone can have all of these with hard work and effort, but we don’t look past the root of this. This got me thinking a lot…Yes, as Americans, we are said to have equal opportunity, but we can change the class status that we our born into. This lady may have certain family legacies that aided admission to an exclusive school, been taught perfect “standard” English, may have many connections to call, and be able to afford pricey clothing and dental care, all of which attribute to the positive qualities looked for in the work force. The author states, “Thinking about the impact of class privilege on our lives can be
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course EDCS 301 taught by Professor Michaelhess during the Fall '11 term at Ohio University- Athens.

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