The articles in this piece deserve to be news articles because they provide a brief description of the news story. Articles in this post give a brief description of international gender issues. It therefore educates both men and women on gender issues affecting them and how deal with these issues. It exhibits a high level of journalism ethics since it is one-sided; that is, it is not biased on one side of gender. It does not articulate any difference in gender issues affecting developing countries and the developed ones. In addition, the post addresses the gender stereotypes in different places in the society such as places of work (Ansary & Doane). The post clearly states that a whooping 100 percent of women interviewed say that they experience gender bias at their places of work. It further reports that in cases where women have same skills like their men counterparts, men are always given the first priority when it comes to being hired. Therefore, this post deserves to be a news post since it enlightens women on the gender biasness they should expect when they go for any job interview.
In addition, the post deserves to be a news article since it shows the importance of this specific news in the context of our contemporary world. It talks about real issues affecting men and women in the society. The post states that women have made long and great strides in the workplace over the past five decades. However, there is still a big discrepancy in what is referred to as “women’s work” and what is deemed as a “man’s job.” Sadly, women are still holding the same positions they used to hold 50 years ago; the position is being secretaries of their bosses. The post further explores the gender stereotypes that are entrenched in different places of work by shining a spotlight on industries that have remained stubbornly male oriented despite the federal interventions (Ansary & Doane).
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