The eschewing divisions in the society in the book Nickel and Dimed by Ehnrenreich are clear, and by large magnitude have gone deeper to portray inhuman and a cruel world where the illiterate have to endure cruel wages and mistreatment to make a living. Making 6-7 dollars per hour with more than four million women being emptied into the market would be the easiest way to poverty. It is through this that critical theory sets forth a normative social theory that seeks to establish a connection with the empirical analysis to the contemporary world; a world that is portrayed in Nickel and dimed by Ehnrenreich specifically in “getting ready” as being unfair and inhumane.The different classes in this book appear as the writer states that “someone ought to do the old fashioned kind of journalism –you know go out there and try it for them.” (Ehnrenreich 2001, 1-2). Critical theory in this case has always to be an attempt to intervene in this frightful and rapidly unfolding inhuman condition (Wilkerson & Paris 2001, 16). The journalist have to undergo though humiliating and lowly dirty jobs to uncover the inhuman treatment of the workers in complying with the critical theory, in that by exposing these stories, the employers would be forced to make the necessary changes.Despite using the critical theory to analyze and criticism the wages that the workers are being paid and having it as unfair, the. Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich.
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