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"The Media's Role in Accommodating and Resisting Stereotyped Images of Women in Sport." In , edited by Pamela J.
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The professor took the dean’s ruling to a department meeting.
Other professors agreed with Grayson and passed a motion refusing any student accommodations if they marginalize a student, faculty member or teaching assistant.
“It will not be possible for me to meet in public with a group of women (the majority of my group) to complete some of these tasks.”While Grayson’s gut reaction was to deny the request, he forwarded the email to the faculty’s dean and the director for the centre for human rights.
Their response shocked him; the student’s request was permitted.
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"The Media's Role in Accommodating and Resisting Stereotyped Images of Women in Sport." In , edited by Pamela J. Few can forget images of Florence Griffith Joyner (Flojo) at the 1988 Olympics running down the track in her multicolored, high-fashion “outfit.” Media coverage of female athletes at the 1992 games focused on gymnasts—little pixies whose bodies were shown in graceful, aesthetic motion.
The director of the Centre for Human Rights also weighed in on the decision in an email to Grayson.
“While I fully share your initial impression, the OHRC does require accommodations based on religious observances.” The professor argued that if a Christian student refused to interact with a black student, as one could argue with a skewed interpretation of the Bible, the university would undoubtedly reject the request.
“I see no difference in this situation,” Grayson wrote.
The student’s religious identity is unclear because human rights rules bar a professor from asking a student their religion.