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Through discriminations of class and gender
This photo displays physical activity inequity and is supported through the incorporation of class and gender discrimination.
This photo is an example of physical activity
Class discrimination Shoe Inequity in Opportunity? Ahead inequality of condition; (ii) inequality of opportunity
Gender discrimintaition Symbolize inequity in power – holding all sports Ahead start why? – inequality of capability. Write a four-page essay based on the photo. In the body of your essay, begin by explaining how the image symbolizes inequity. Next, argue for what you believe to be the ultimate cause/causes of the inequity. Finish off the body of the essay with a brief account of what you think should be done to help resolve the inequity. The body of your essay should make up about three and a half pages. Finally, write a short introductory paragraph in which you briefly describe the circumstances under which you took the photo and state your thesis (in a sentence or two) about the ultimate cause/causes of the inequity, and a short conclusion paragraph in which you emphasize what you believe to be the most important points in the essay.

Intro
Over time the types of physical activity inequities in sports have become better understood and recognized by our changing society. I took this photo because it captures inequity of ‘condition’ and ‘opportunity’ on a basketball court in the west end of Toronto. IWhile I was there it dawned on me that the ultimate causes of these inequities were class discrimination and the false ideology of his incapability to successfully keep up with the rest of the boys who were playing. Therefore the inequity of condition and the inequity of opportunity have prevented him from participating in physical activity fairly.
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