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Discrimination Law, based on the movie "Dirty Pretty Things"
Author: barbieaix
 

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English
Pages:
6 (standart text format)
Type:
Essay
Category:
Law & Government
Published:
29.08.2006.
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18 Kb
Paper ID:
790065

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Dirty, Pretty, or both things?
1.0 Introduction
This paper is based on the film "Dirty Pretty Things", by Steven Frears, 2003. This film reflects the underworld of the modern hospitality industry as we know it in the 21st century. Today the hospitality business is considered a great and giving industry ("the pretty thing"), but if one looks behind the façade and digs through several layers of management and cover-ups, things might be found hidden that were never intended to reach the surface ("the dirty thing"), such as sex- and race discrimination . These are the two major leg...

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