There Are 5 Ways to Skin a Cat

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The article, ‘There are five ways to skin a cat’ simply means that there are more than one way to solve a problem. With social theory, there are more than a few ways to figure out the solution. Also, you can never figure out why social things go wrong unless you want to get them right. We deal with our society and problems every day. Therefore, for every problem, there are numerous ways to solve it. There are many issues in our society that need to be eradicated. Tensions that I will discuss in our society are sexism/feminism, racism/racial equality, and rational choice and exchange theory. The term sexism became known during the women’s liberation movement in the sixties. Throughout history, women oppression was prevalent across the world in all human societies and still occurs today. How do end the oppression? Another issue that needs to be looked at is racism. According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, racism is a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race….sounds crazy but racism occurs everywhere. Finally, rational choice theory and exchange theory, these theories perceive of human beings as acting intentionally and rationally in the pursuit of goal and objectives.

First, the feminism battle has been an ongoing battle for hundreds of years. Women in history were forced to do unpaid labor weather that be cleaning the house, cooking, and doing whatever else the housewife must do while men get to bring home the bacon. Also, marriages were arranged and women had to be loyal to their husbands. The sixties was a decade of change and the first step for equality among all people. The women’s liberation movement began with the ultimate goal of freeing women of oppression and men supremacy. And even today the fight still goes on but it seems as though we are getting closer and closer to a equality if you haven’t notice Hilary Clinton ran for president,...
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