Writing 101 Final

Writing 101 Final - McLaughlin Wesley McLaughlin Writing 101 Frame IV Johnston-Robinson December 9th 2008 Deception The thought that women are not

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McLaughlin Wesley McLaughlin Writing 101 / Frame IV Johnston-Robinson December 9 th , 2008 Deception The thought that women are not as smart as men has been a topic discussed for years now. Women have made a major uprising at least in the past one hundred years in the United States. The statement that women are not as smart as men is simply not true what so ever. It is a simple mistake that many have misperceived. The dumbing down of women as Maggie Bandur is speaking of is actually them being smarter than the average male. They are manipulating the game to get what they want. This is an amazing ability that women have that men simply could not pull off even if they tried. The average woman is equally as smart as your average male. In general women do not have the same size ego as men; which has no relation to how smart they actually are. There is a college professor in England who has studied thirty groups from around the world named Adrian Furnham. He has found that women and men have nearly the same IQ yet men have way larger egos. As Furnham put it, “I analyzed 30 international studies, and what I found was that women, across the world, tend to underplay their intelligence, while men overstate it.” He also states that across the generations’ men and women alike both
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course WRIT 101 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '08 term at Des Moines CC.

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Writing 101 Final - McLaughlin Wesley McLaughlin Writing 101 Frame IV Johnston-Robinson December 9th 2008 Deception The thought that women are not

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