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Dress Code

ЕКОНОМІЧНИЙ УНІВЕРСИТЕТ ФАКУЛЬТЕТ ФІНАНСІВ Кафедра іноземних мов та професійної комунікації Комплексно практичне індивідуальне завдання на тему: «Dress Code:Pros & Cons» Виконав: Ст. групи ФО-11 Давлєтов Рустам Перевірив: викладач Сандій Л.В. Тернопіль-2013 Overview 1. General provisions of dress code 3 2. Dress to impress 4 3. Casual dress for business 4 3.1 Slacks, Pants, and Suit Pants 4 3.2 Skirts, Dresses, and Skirted Suits 5 3.3 Shirts, Tops, Blouses, and Jackets 5 3.4 Shoes and Footwear...

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Dress code in Public Schools School is the center of learning and a temple of knowledge. This importance has resulted in making school a better place. Many parents have expressed concerns about school uniforms. Standardized school clothing has become a heated national debate. A fixed dress code promotes good discipline, helps students perform academically better and reduce violence. Public schools should enforce a dress code. Some sociologists say that dress code hurts the need for...

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The Importance of Dress Codes Dress codes have been in effect, in all walks of life, for decades upon decades. Dress codes dictate what is, and what is not appropriate to wear in that location. Business attire, school dress codes, and uniforms are all great examples of standards for dressing. The terms that identify what is attire is acceptable changes based on culture, the media, and fashion trends, but have those terms become too blurred? It seems that everyday in the United States people...

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uniform? School dress codes have long since been a subject of debate amongst both students and faculty alike. In one school district after another, school uniforms are proposed as the solution. The real question is whether or not they actually serve a functional purpose, and the cost/extent of having those rules in place. School dress codes impose on freedom of expression, is time consuming, can be very costly and serve no functional purpose outside of school. Having a dress code (such as a uniform)...

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School Dress Codes Schools and students have two different opinions on dress codes. Students want to wear designer clothing to school to increase social status and individuality. Parents are buying expensive clothes for their children as a reward for good grades. Meanwhile, the students are getting robbed and killed for their clothing. Some schools enforce dress codes to discourage violence against students that choose to wear higher priced clothing. The school’s main objective is keeping...

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Please Check For Dress Code Issues The biggest argument for the average teenager, besides how disgusting the school lunch is, is how schools have adopted strict dress codes, and for some, even uniforms. Most schools in American have dress codes or uniforms to prevent gang violence, bullying, and to show students a proper way to dress, which is understandable for school that have serious problems with these. But unfortunately, no teenager wants to be told what he or she can or cannot wear when...

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Dress Code What if a student decided to wear a T-shirt that said “SHIT ON IT” Without a dress code, this shirt could be worn. For some reasons teachers and students think that not having a dress code is okay. Every person has a different opinion on style. Adoption of school uniform policies will lead to increased school safety, student discipline, and student learning code. However some other believe that students could get stressful for having to wear the same clothes everyday. Supporters have...

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of problems can come from obsessing over one’s appearance: eating disorders, depression, low self-worth. By applying a dress code that can teach a young girl self respect and provide a moral and dignifying perspective of ones self will give less room for a disorder to manifest. Dress codes regulate what can be worn in certain places, such as schools and facilities. These codes are controversial where ever they are enforced. People tend to think that the government does not have the power to tell...

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Dress Code Are a No-No!

Dress codes are a No-No! By Jazmin Elizondo Do you hate wearing uniforms or having a dress code in school? I do. In my school you can only wear shirts with a collar and our pants have to be khaki, navy, black or jeans, and they can't have holes. Our dress code is ugly. How about yours? Do you like it or would you like to change it? If I had my own school I would let my students’ dress how they would like, for them to have their own style. I believe student should...

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School Dress Code

School Dress Codes The following essay will examine what school dress codes are and why many schools are now slowly moving this policy into there schools. School dress codes are set policies enforced by the school or school districts, by making a student wear a certain type of clothing or one basic type such as a uniform. Dress codes in schools began as early as the 50’s and 60’s when schools were on a campaign to curb “juvenile delinquency”. Juvenile delinquency refers to either violent or non-violent...

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