Many view pregnant women as special people who require special attention and who are always in need of assistance. It is common for people to give way for pregnant women to pass, help carry their groceries to the car and other helpful gestures. However, this also depends on age. In some cultures, young unmarried expectant ladies might be treated with contempt and avoided by some. According to Crawford, the reaction to pregnancy can be viwed in terms of benevolent and hostile sexism (Crawford, 2001, P. 277). The woman can either be pampered and be treated as special in the case of benevolent sexism, or, the woman can be discriminated against, like when making job applications.
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Admission Essay on My Motivations for Becoming a Physician Assistant
A better tomorrow is the aspiration for every person, a life full of happiness, joy and greater peace is something one cannot do away with. The field of medicine is very exciting as it offers one an opportunity to interact with people across diverse cultural settings. I acknowledge my parents for giving me a chance to learn and become proficient and a master of two critical languages: English and Spanish that have later integrated my interactive skills. The exposure and experience with my personal friends and family has proved that I am a motivational speaker, giving hope to many and encouraging them to live a positive life rich with great expectations. At the moment I am 38 years old, born in Venezuela and I have a passion to extent a helping hand to those who are in need of personalized health care and medical attention is the primary motivation that has propelled my desire to be a physician assistant. I am strongly convicted to dedicate the rest of my life caring for people.