Objectification of human beings is supposed to be one of the problems our society must tackle as soon as possible. We must all stand up against this problem if we want a fairer society for our children.
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Here are some interesting articles for you to read and you will discover that objectification affects both women and men:
Objectification and education (The Guardian)
Men are now objectified more than women (The Telegraph)
Banning F1 ‘grid girls’... (The Guardian)
And finally here's a listening exercise to do: Objectification (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
REVISION EXERCISE for 3º & 4º ESO
Translate the following sentences into English:
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