We will explore the diverse ways social causation works and how we can identify the causes behind important social phenomena.We know a lot about gender inequality – its history, how people experience it in their lives, the ways it varies in intensity and form across time and place, the beliefs that make it seem natural, and much more.The outpouring of research and commentary on gender inequality over the past half century has been extraordinary.Unfortunately, despite all this, our understanding of what causes gender inequality remains troubled.In this course we will investigate what causes inequality between women and men.How does it arise, why does it take different forms, why does it vary in degree across societies, what are the components that add up to gender inequality, how do various institutions and practices contribute to it, and how does it change?#Deflategate” when the ruling on Brady and the Patriots was announced. It has been rumored that Brady took great offense to White House press secretary Josh Earnest’s quote after his January press conference in which he addressed Deflategate for the first time.“For years it’s been clear that there is no risk that I was going to take Tom Brady’s job as quarterback of the New England Patriots,” Earnest said.“But I can tell you, as of today, it’s pretty clear that there’s no risk of him taking my job either.”It has been rumored that this is why Brady refused to go to the White House for a championship celebration a few weeks back.
“Somehow this beat-up ball from the ball boy was getting thrown in on offense for New England [in a 2004 games against Miami], yet when we were on offense this orange brand new ball was getting thrown in … That was an issue to me at the time.”Current Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson has gone hard after Brady this past week, saying that the Pats’ QB “disrespected the game.” He always tweeted out, “Well done @NFL ….
“Prior to Tommy and Peyton Manning going to the league and saying, ‘Let us doctor our balls,’ we used to all play with the same balls,” Feeley said on 97.5 The Fanatic.
“Somehow this beat-up ball from the ball boy was getting thrown in on offense for New England, yet when we were on offense this orange brand new ball was getting thrown in.” “He’s getting his own balls thrown in on offense,” Feeley said.
Ultimately the game-day officials got decide if a broken-in ball was game-worthy The league cited the integrity of the game in handing down the punishment five days after a report said Brady 'was at least generally aware' of plans by two Patriots employees to prepare the balls to his liking, below the league-mandated minimum of 12.5 pounds per square inch.
Brady's agent, Yee, said in a statement after the NFL handed down their decision; 'The discipline is ridiculous and has no legitimate basis.