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    Why Did This Author Call Welfare A “white Secret”? Please don’t answer if you’re not willing to look at the link or if you just want to argue. Thanks.

    http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,156084,00.html

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      Because there are more white people on it than black people, but the GOP markets recipients as black “welfare queens” who are working the system

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    How Are European Countries “Socialist”? Hi there. Today, my friend and I kind of had an argument about politics. He claimed that European countries, such as France, Norway, Sweden, and the Netherlands were “socialist”, claiming that they were supportive of the redistribution of wealth.

    However, I always thought that most European countries were NOT socialist, but rather simply liberal capitalist. And if France is socialist, how so? From what I know, there are many corporations and businesses in France (ex. AXA), along with Sweden and other countries. Corporations, and businesses signify a market economy, don’t they?

    I looked up the answer on the internet, and I was shocked at the amount of articles claiming that “socialism” wasn’t working in Europe. However, after reading the articles, it clearly stated that the countries have somewhat market economies – its just a little more liberal than the US, it seems. So – this leaves me really confused.

    To be honest with you – the only “Socialist” thing I can think about France is universal healthcare.

    Can someone please enlighten me on this topic? Any answers will be taken, but links especially will be appreciated. Adios, peeps.

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    Where Could I Find An Article About Monopoly Or Oligopoly? I need to find an article for my econ class about monopoly or oligopoly but I can’t find anything!
    These are the questions I need to answer:
    Explain how the market structure differs from perfect competition. What is the business behavior that creates this market structure.

    Will firms in this market earn a profit?

    Do barriers to entry allow them to earn profits in the long run?

    Are their examples of competition ? What are examples of other competition ?
    Thank you for your help! (:

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  4. Are Geisha Prostitutes? I hope I’m not offending anyone, it’s an honest question! My sister told me they’re prostitutes, which was shocking to me. Also, are they still around today?

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      Geisha and prostitution

      There is controversy over whether geisha are prostitutes. While both sides in the controversy acknowledge that until the 1950s, geisha routinely performed one initial act of paid sex, there has been a sharp dispute over whether this act – called mizuage – should be considered an act of prostitution. A travel website called ThingsAsian says that there is some confusion about the nature of the geisha profession, implying that the conception of geisha as prostitutes is a foreign misunderstanding.

      At various times and places, many non-Japanese have understood geisha to be prostitutes,[71]

      ThingsAsian says that even 19th-century Japanese officials had confusion about this. The website argues that legitimate geisha did not engage in paid sex with clients.

      Their purpose is to entertain their customer, be it by dancing, reciting verse, playing musical instruments, or engaging in light conversation. Geisha engagements may include flirting with men and playful innuendos; however, clients know that nothing more can be expected. In a social style that is common in Japan, men are amused by the illusion of that which is never to be.[72]

      Sheridan Prasso wrote that Americans had:

      an incorrect impression of the real geisha world, where geisha means “arts person” trained in music and dance, not in the art of sexual pleasure.[73]

      On the other hand, a Seton Hall law article says:

      “Though geisha were seen as trained entertainers and forbidden to engage in the practice of prostitution, one knowledgeable official estimated that three-fourths of geisha were prostitutes in 1929.” [2]

      Geisha evolved from the Edo period’s high-class courtesans known as oiran, who (like geisha) wore elaborate hairstyles and white makeup, but knotted their obi in the front.

      During the Edo period, prostitution in Japan was legal. Prostitutes such as the oiran worked within walled-in districts licensed by the government. In the late eighteenth century, dancing women called “odoriko” and newly popular female geisha began entertaining men at banquets in unlicensed districts. Some were apprehended for illegal prostitution and sent to the licensed quarters, where there was a strict distinction between geisha and prostitutes, and the former were forbidden to sell sex. In contrast, “machi geisha”, who worked outside the licensed districts, often engaged in illegal prostitution.[74]

      In 1872, shortly after the Meiji Restoration, the new government passed a law liberating “prostitutes (shōgi) and geisha (geigi)”. The wording of this statute was the subject of controversy. Some officials thought that prostitutes and geisha worked at different ends of the same profession—selling sex— and that all prostitutes should henceforth be called “geisha”. In the end, the government decided to maintain a line between the two groups, arguing that geisha were more refined and should not be soiled by association with prostitutes.[75]

      Also, geisha working in onsen towns such as Atami are dubbed onsen geisha. Onsen geisha have been given a bad reputation due to the prevalence of prostitutes in such towns who market themselves as “geisha,” as well as sordid rumors of dance routines like Shallow River (which involves the “dancers” lifting the skirts of their kimono higher and higher). In contrast to these “one-night geisha,” the true onsen geisha are in fact competent dancers and musicians. However, the autobiography of Sayo Masuda, an onsen geisha who worked in Nagano Prefecture in the 1930s, reveals that in the past, such women were often under intense pressure to sell sex.[2]

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