In the 18th century people practice “linen based” cleanliness they didn wash their bodies frequently (faces and hands were washed daily and perhaps a more extensive sponge bath once a week) and couldn wash outer clothing made of wool or silk. However they COULD, and DID wash their underclothing, made of linen. Women wore “shifts” which are slips that cover from elbow to knee, and men wore shirts that were long enough to tuck between their legs as underwear.
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Realizing measurable gains from engaging with these tech savvy shoppers means understanding what motivates them to complete a mobile purchase. Consider the difference between “mobile browsing” and “mobile shopping.” Applications and websites that allow customers to view the latest fashions are great for brand awareness, and maybe even getting them in the physical store, but without a mobile specific checkout experience, they don’t yield actual sales. I call that mobile browsing because making the purchase is secondary to just looking at the item for a price tag..
How can we tell whether this “works”? We can point out that the US is still richer and more powerful than Russia or China, I suppose, but, leaving aside how certain we can be about the causes (and continuance) of this Western predominance, we certainly can’t see this as a moral argument. (There’s nothing particularly moral about bribing the lower classes to remain quiescent.) I think there is an unjustified leap of faith here. It may be true that these forms of formal (pretend?) equality have been granted for the purposes Eric suggests, but that doesn’t prove they have actually served that purpose it might mean exactly the opposite, that the progress of “equality” has been a means of ensuring that the real inequalities (or structures of power) remain untouched..
They are the most comfortable with what they know. They are quite afraid of what is new, unknown, and generally unfamiliar. What is new and unknown is oftentimes beyond these people’s comfort zone. There will be few ramifications to six weeks more at home and it will prove no threat with the virus. I guarantee that but no one can guarantee safety at school teachers have been thrown into the water with three weeks to plan, one of those being their half term. This is for a monumental operation in an area of expertise they don’t necessarily own.