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Just alerting the administration will not be enough. You will have to safeguard yourself from the emotional stresses as a result of the various threats and comments made on social media about you.

Last but not least, stick to your conviction about what you have written and said and remind yourself what Angela Davis once declared: “I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things that I cannot accept.”

The Postcolonial Citizen: The Intellectual Migrant CounterPunch On Being Brown and Out/Raged

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“No.1 in your life’s blueprint should be a deep belief in your own dignity, your own worth and your own somebody-ness.” —Martin Luther King Jr.

This time last year, I was spreading my wings in the big, bad world: I was a clinical psychology graduate student on the market for a tenure-track faculty job at a major research university who still believed in fairness in academe. Once interviews were over one month later, I was glued to the Bigcardesigns Cute Dogs Design Casual Low Top Sneaker Laceup Skate Shoe Girls dog5 HaBl5hA
, praying for daylight to come so my job-search nightmare would end.

Since long before entering the job market last year, I have struggled with my own somebody-ness while perplexingly being accused of arrogance. Being acutely aware of my shyness and personal insecurity, I felt as if I have worn the scarlet letter — for Arrogant. But in reflecting on my experiences on the job market last year, I’ve recognized the value of fostering quiet arrogance as a woman of color within a system that would rather I didn’t exist.

It is with this newly adopted arrogance that I recount my experiences on the job market to highlight systemic discrimination in academic job searches. In exposing my naïveté and wounds, I have hope for our collective sanity as scholars who continue to be marginalized.

Job Market Expectations and Realities

As a black woman who developed cultural betrayal trauma theory — a framework that implicates societal inequality in the outcomes of violence within minority groups — I expected to experience discrimination before I received campus invitations. Mindlessly assuming my application dossier would eliminate me from consideration in departments that devalue the work of women of color , I looked forward to in-person interviews free of discrimination.

And although the job market was painful, I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the many positive experiences I had in this process. In the first round of applications, I received six phone or video interviews for faculty positions and three on-campus visits. At various points throughout the interview process, I was shocked by the level of respect I was shown from senior and high-status faculty, junior faculty and graduate students, both of color and white. The professional connections I made at multiple departments have resulted in a growing network of collegial support and respect.
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John Soriano

A graduate of USC’s famed film school, John Soriano has worked in Hollywood for over twenty years writing, developing and producing motion picture and television projects. After learning the business side of writing as a literary agent trainee in the Triad Artists literary department (today part of WME), he moved to the creative side of the business with stints at Columbia Pictures and Universal Pictures as a story analyst. Shifting to Paramount as a studio executive, he worked on a variety of films from pitch through production, from smaller projects like Searching for Bobby Fisher to big budget projects like Tom Clancy’s Patriot Games and John Grisham’s The Firm . Moving to Universal to run director Rob Cohen’s company, John helped develop movies like Dragonheart , Daylight and Face/Off before becoming a writer himself, setting up projects at Warner Bros, Fox, and in TV at Universal/Tribune.

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Shortly after this period, John spent a stint at MGM Studios developing projects in all genres, from action thrillers like Into The Blue or Walking Tall starring Dwayne The Rock Johnson, to zany comedies like The Pink Panther remake starring Steve Martin. As the vice-chair of the Writers Guild’s media relations committee, he helped spearhead some of the Awards programs and content, such as the WGA Awards show’s Beyond Words, working with Oscar-winning writers like David Franzoni, Ron Bass and Curtis Hanson. From coaching and teaching screenwriting at the Maui/Hawaiian Writer’s Conference, UCLA and USC and interns at Paramount Pictures, to consulting with writers and producers, John has proven to be both creative and savvy in the business of storytelling. John recently departed a long stint at Paramount to join the 20th Century Fox story department, which affords him more flexibility and time to consult and write his own projects.

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The object initializer spreads properties from defaults and unsafeOptions source objects. The order in which the source objects are specified is important: later source object properties overwrite earlier ones.

Filling an incomplete object with default property values is an efficient strategy to make your code safe and durable. No matter the situation, the object always contains the full set of properties: and undefined cannot be generated.

The function parameters implicitly default to undefined .

Normally a function that is defined with a specific number of parameters should be invoked with the same number of arguments. In such case the parameters get the values you expect:

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The invocation multiply(5, 3) makes the parameters a and b receive the corresponding 5 and 3 values. The multiplication is calculated as expected: 5 * 3 = 15 .

What does happen when you omit an argument on invocation? The parameter inside the function becomes undefined .

Let's slightly modify the previous example by calling the function with just one argument:

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function multiply(a, b) { } is defined with two parameters a and b . The invocation multiply(5) is performed with a single argument: as result a parameter is 5 , but b parameter is undefined .

Tip 6: Use default parameter value

Sometimes a function does not require the full set of arguments on invocation. You can simply set defaults for parameters that don't have a value.

Recalling the previous example, let's make an improvement. If b parameter is undefined , it gets assigned with a default value of 2 :

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The function is invoked with a single argument multiply(5) . Initially a parameter is 2 and b is undefined . The conditional statement verifies whether b is undefined . If it happens, b = 2 assignment sets a default value.

While the provided way to assign default values works, I don't recommend comparing directly against undefined . It's verbose and looks like a hack.

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Modifying the previous example with a default parameter for b indeed looks great:

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b = 2 in the function signature makes sure that if b is undefined , the parameter is defaulted to 2 .

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