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Unknownst, we've neglected the value of leisure.

It’s past midnight. And you are still awake, while the rest of your family are asleep. You recall the long list of assignments. The deadline is tomorrow. 379 more words

Life

Values and Beliefs: Income Inequality

I found this graph established a better comprehension of the income inequality in the United States. This carries proof against the idea that all persons are free from their circumstance. 18 more words

Poverty

Values and Beliefs: Sylvia Allegreto on Meritocracy

Sylvia Allegreto: The Myth of American Meritocracy

Quick snippet from Allegreto’s lecture on meritocracy in the US.  She is deputy chair of the Center of Wage and Employment Dynamics, situated at UC Berkeley’s Institute for Research on Labour and Employment. 23 more words

Poverty

Values and Beliefs: The False Reality of Meritocracy

I found this comic illustrated quite well the problem behind meritocracy.

TOM THE DANCING BUG: Hollingsworth Hound and the American Dream of Upward Mobility 20 more words

Poverty

Article One: The History of the United States Concerning Values and Beliefs

AMANDA TINOCO
VALUES AND BELIEFS LENS
JULY 24TH, 2014

INDIVIDUAL QUESTION: WHAT IS OUR COLLECTIVE HISTORY IN THE UNITED STATES?

Milton Rokeach defines beliefs… 1,260 more words

Poverty

The Belief in Meritocracy as an Obstacle for Minorities in STEM/M

The fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine are often constructed as fields in which scientific ability is all that matters for success. Topics such as gender and race are often not discussed despite the fact that the majority of members of those fields are still white men. 164 more words

Other Research

Our World Rewards Those Who Contribute The Most To The Betterment Of All.

Our wonderful, sane, and usually ethical and wise collective we call the ‘world’ is most just.

It doth reward those among us who do all we can to give to everyone, the very things, ideas, inspirations, and uplift us all, like: 399 more words