You will be asked to write a comparative analysis of the autobiographies of Harriet Jacobs (Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl) and Maya Angelou (I Know Why a Caged Bird Sings).
Research Paper: Write an analytical paper in length (about 7 full pages, double-spaced) that is directly related to concepts in sex, love, and romance. Papers must include an introduction, conclusion, and bibliography; along with a thesis statement and evidence throughout that supports and advances your arguments. You are welcome to use non- academic sources in addition to the required scholarly sources.
Organization: Papers must be double-spaced and follow a formal academic citation style (Chicago, MLA, or APA). Papers and zines must include your name, Professor’s and TA’s names, date, and a title.
Sources: All projects must engage and cite at least seven scholarly sources. Note that this is two more than your proposal required. You also do not have to use the same sources from your proposal. Research papers and reflection papers must include in-text citations and bibliographies, correctly formatted. (For zines: you may choose not to include in-text citations in the zine itself; but your reflection paper must cite all seven sources.)
In addition to the required scholarly sources, you may include extra sources such as newspaper articles, blogs, interviews, memoirs, government reports, statistics, novels, etc.
Evaluation: Projects are evaluated according to overall organization and flow, inclusion of well-chosen evidence, argumentation and analysis of evidence, and engagement with course themes and concepts. See the rubric below for more detail.
Feminist Organizing and the Internet
There are 4 parts to this project. For parts I and II, answer the questions listed (not in essay form).
Parts III and IV are essays in which you will synthesize the information you found on the websites.
Make sure that you turn in all 4 parts to the submission folder.
I. Visit the websites listed below and answer the following questions:
1. What is the sponsoring organization? Are they part of a larger organization?
2. What is their mission?
3. What information does the organization offer?
4. What programs does the organization offer?
5. What particular area does the organization focus on? (Development, human
rights, health, environment, etc.)
6. What particular “feminist” approach (if any) does this organization take in
pursuing their mission? (Hint: Look at chapter 10, p. 335 for guidance.)
7. Do you believe this organization addresses issues articulated in CEDAW, the Beijing
Platform and/or the Sustainable Development Goals related to women. Describe
which issues and how the organization addresses them.
Human Rights Watch
II. Using the list below, visit 3 other sites of International NGOs (in addition to those
above). For each, provide the following information:
1. Organization’s website you visited:
2. What is the particular mission or issue the organization?
3. What is the particular “feminist” approach that the organization takes? (Based on
International Center for Research on Women
Center for Women’s Global Leadership
Women for Women
Global Fund for Women
Worldwide Organization for Women
Women for Women’s Human rights
International Women’s Rights Action Watch
III. Essay #1. Which of the organizations you examined via their websites do you
believe is most effective and efficient in its approach to addressing women’s issues
globally. Write an argumentative essay explaining and defending your choice, using
issues addressed in the textbook as evidence.
IV. Essay #2. Considering all the websites you examined, describe the ways in which they
represent transnational women’s movements and/or networks and what part you believe
these organizations play in reaching global women’s equality through the use of the
Each of the essays must be at least 500 words in length and be formatted with 1 inch margins,
12-point font and double-spacing. Each will be graded according to the criteria listed below:
• Demonstrates engagement with course material
• Demonstrates use of additional resources/research
• Demonstrates synthesis of information and critical approaches to information
• Articulates an individual perspective on the topic
• Perspective is supported by evidence from the course or from additional sources
• All sources used are cited using MLA or APA style
• Essay is well constructed – for example, includes a thesis, uses topic sentences and
unified paragraphs, etc.
• Essay uses correct grammar and spelling
Each critical thinking paper must be at least 500 words in length and be formatted with 1 inch margins, 12-point font and double-spacing MLA or APA
Choose ONE of the questions/topics below and complete a critical thinking paper on it.
1) Think about the time availability perspective on gender-based divisions of household labor, the relative resources perspective and the gender perspective on household labor. Which of these do you believe explains the division of household labor and why?
2) Consider the wage gap as a global phenomenon. What are some of the primary causes of the global wage gap?
1. Choose to write in detail about any artists discussed in class, engaging their socio– political, and usage of material within their work.
Students will be asked to create an Online Learning Resource Project that they will design to help others understand/learn more about a key issue or a concept covered in this course that they think is important. Online learning resources can consist of webcomics, infographics, videos/animated presentations, and any other digitally-oriented learning resource.
Students are well-advised to begin looking for what they might be interested in teaching others about from day one of this course. This Assignment will be divided into several sections to get students working on it throughout the semester:
Identify your Research Topic: (1 point): Use class readings, newspaper articles, Wikipedia, and online encyclopedias such as Credo Reference (Links to an external site.) or Gale Ebooks (Links to an external site.) to find out basic information about your topic. This will help you brainstorm keywords.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is the country of choice
Each student will pick a country and outline the major Legal, cultural, political, and healthcare issues that women and LGBTQ+ communities faced across history, impacting their basic human rights regarding gender and sexuality intersecting race, class, ethnicity, and religion, among others.
When writing a project outline it is important to:
Explore the UN WOMEN (Links to an external site.) and INTERNATIONAL LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANS AND INTERSEX ASSOCIATION (Links to an external site.) websites
Women’s Status Progress reports (Links to an external site.) in your chosen region and country.
Review the research objective of tracing women’s socioeconomic and legal status within your chosen region and country.
Conduct thorough research to understand and connect the lived experiences, historical events, and processes with concepts and theories of Women’s and Gender Studies.
Apply an innovative method of analyzing and highlighting gender and sexuality in your chosen country/society, drawing upon both primary and secondary sources.
Minimum 5 pages (not including references and cover page)
Use white 8 ½ x 11” paper.
Make 1-inch margins on the top, bottom, and sides
The first word in every paragraph should be indented one-half inch.
APA recommends using Times New Roman font, size 12.
Double-space the entire research paper
Include a page header known as the “running head” at the top of every page. (To make this process easier, set your word processor to automatically add these components onto each page)
To create the running head/page header, insert page numbers justified to the right-hand side of the paper (do not put p. or pg. in front of page numbers)
Then type “TITLE OF YOUR PAPER” justified to the left using all capital letters
If your title is long, this running head title should be a shortened version of the title of your entire paper
With the two issues below, use a critical perspective and use the sources attached (chapter 1-5) to discuss why those issues are important to women’s historical experiences in sport, recreation, and physical activity.
1. Medical/Reproductive System barriers
2.Tensions between femininity and athleticism
Read the novel “The Scarlett Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne and write a 3-5 page essay analyzing the work in regards to the question provided (Can Hester Prynne be classified as a feminist before her time? How does the theme of feminism in the Scarlett Letter make the novel both traditional and rebolutionary?). Include how the story is indicative of the times major historical events and what writing styles, tones, themes, etc. arw in line with movements of the literary era. Find at least 2 sources IN THE AMERICAN LIT LIBRARY GUIDE!!! If you want to change the topic question that coicides with the novel, let me know what works BETTER FOR YOU, but otherwise please stick to these pivotal instructions.
Discussion Post (8 points)
Share one recent Ad (an image or a video).
Analyze in what ways this Ad influences the gendered views and lives of many people. (300 words): (4 points)
In what ways ads such as this affected you growing up? And What advice would you give your future self? (300 words): (4 points)
Below i have attached two things. the 1st item is a SAMPLE READING(which is ONLY an Example of how the professor would like you to format the answer to the question) their is only two question,The first question IS A TWO PART QUESTION so much sure you read the insurction on them.
The 2nd item attach Omi and Winant (Reading 11.1) in the textbookis the reading itself.