Make an argument about what your particular object of study (the character(s) in

Make an argument about what your particular object of study (the character(s) in the media you have chosen) says about girlhood as a social construction and social category and about the process of “girling” as a life long socialization into binary gender. -Conventional or “ideal” girlhood? -Subersive girlhood–girls who subvert or resist dominant norms? -maybe the characters blurs the line between ideal and other; can do and at-risk girlhoods? -how does race matter to to gender in the story? How does class matter? How does sexuality matter? If the girls are able-bodied why is this important?-Does your character/story present a more complicated picture of girlhood?-How does age or adulthood/Womenhood as a concept matter to your analysis of GIRLHOOD?
concepts to be mentioned or think of -Intersectionality -Neoliberalism -Girling -Girlhood as a social construction. -Problems with girl power, -Girlhood as a biosocial process. -Body Projects, -Binary frameworks for girlhood -Embodied resistance, -Oppositional consciousness
The basics:
-No cover page -only Title, -name on top right corner, -title of paper centered, then begin paper. -3.5 typed pages, double spaced, with staNDARD 12 PT FONT AND 1 inch margins, must contain in-text citations form the course readings using citation style MLA.

I need the film “Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution” reviewed and analyzed. The

I need the film “Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution” reviewed and analyzed.
The review should summarize the contents of the film and analyze it. The goal is to bring attention to a work that you find has value and makes an important contribution. Explain its value and why others should view it.
A successful film review goes beyond a description and evaluation of the film. It makes its own point and contributes new knowledge about the field to its readers. It is important to place the film in context, identify its genre, and possible biases. The film review should explain how the selected film relates to the themes of the course which has to do with womens revolutions and womens equal rights

This assignment requires that you watch a film or documentary that questions or

This assignment requires that you watch a film or documentary that questions or pushes the boundaries regarding gender in our society. Students should choose from the list below.* Many are available free via Netflix, Amazon Prime, or HBO. Simply watch the film/documentary. After viewing the film, write a very brief description, then the majority of the paper should consist of a critical response utilizing material, theories, and concepts discussed in class and/or readings. Make sure to cite sources. The essay must be typed, in APA style, and be between two to three pages.
You will be graded for your ability to engage the film based on course material and the quality of your writing. !!!
Cover page: No
Reference page: Yes

The term paper must be written in the current APA format. 1. Narrative Literatur

The term paper must be written in the current APA format. 1. Narrative Literature Review: Select a topic related to gender and gather research information on the topic to present in a narrative review of the literature. Topics can be related to those discussed in the course and the book. The paper should be around 10-12 pages of text in length, typed and double spaced according to the most current (7th edition) APA format. The paper should include a minimum of 8, primarily professional resources (peer-reviewed journals). No more than 1 internet source may be used (online journal articles or professional peer-reviewed articles are okay). Sources should be current – no more than 10 years old

PLEASE REVIEW ALL ATTACHED FILES & CLOSE READ SOURCES. A source evaluation must

PLEASE REVIEW ALL ATTACHED FILES & CLOSE READ SOURCES.
A source evaluation must be done on based on Gender Scheme (attached pdf). Detailed instructions are attached in Source-Evaluation-Detailed-Instructions.pdf
The format includes:
Research Questions/Thesis – tech industry may be viewed as a contradiction to the existence of gender bias and stereotyping etc.”
Citation (MLA Format)
Author Info – should be brief – 1-2 sentences
Summary of Argument/Methods/Key Terms
Summarize the reading and the central points in your own words. The summary should not be that long and demonstrate that the reading was read closely/beyond just the surface level. The summary should be about 4-6 sentences.
Methodologies used – In the reading what references did the writer use to prove a point? Case studies? statistics, etc?
What key concepts/terms seem to repeat and/or are important to support the author’s claim?
Quotation Analysis
A single quote (3-4 sentences) should be used from Gender scheme.pdf and ANALYZED through close reading. Do not just repeat the quote in other words. What does the quote mean or what else could the quote imply? What conclusion could be made or what other factors are being considered or not considered?
Body Paragraph
Find another quote from gender scheme & a quote from another sourceFunctionlism , Darwinism (attached ) that can be connected.
Write a body paragraph connecting the two quotes and how they relate and prove the thesis – Gender discrimination exists in the IT industry of the United States.
Overall Evaluation of Source
Evaluate the overall reliability of Gender Scheme, how it contributes to the main thesis/research question,
PLEASE PLEASE READ ALL ATTACHED FILES ESPECIALLY Source-evaluation-detailed-Instructions.pdf first
Example-Source-Evaluation.pdf is the only file that is not exactly mandatory but strongly recommended as most providers have not been able to do this job correctly. So please look at the example attached as well, it should make your life easier.

In the research paper, you should explore a case study of the relationship betwe

In the research paper, you should explore a case study of the relationship between gender and globalization anywhere in the world. You need to pick a political issue or organization that is relevant for studying gender relations and analyze how the concepts of the course apply to your chosen case. You can focus on one country or compare countries. It could be a social movement, an organization, a particular area of interest, a campaign.
It will be judged on your thoughtful use of concepts from the course, as well as the quality of outside research done on the particular case you have chosen. You should quote and cite appropriately from both the assigned readings and your outside research.
-Paper length must be 1250-1500 words, not including your reference list.
-The paper must make good use of at least two sources from the syllabus, as well as at least three outside research sources (newspapers or -magazines, additional books or journal articles).
-Use APA citation and documentation throughout. https://apastyle.apa.org
-Number your pages
Sources from the syllabus –
Week 1: Introduction
Wednesday, 09/01: Connell, Rouen and Rebecca Pearse. Gender in World Perspective, 3d ed. Cambridge: Polity, 2009.
**Read Chapter 1.
Friday, 09/03: Desai, M., & Rinaldo, R. (2016). Reorienting gender and globalization: Introduction to the special issue. Qualitative Sociology, 39(4), 337-351.
Week 2: Globalization and its relation to Gender
Wednesday, 09/08: Held, D., & McGrew, A. G. (2000). The great globalization debate: An introduction (pp. 1-45). Cambridge: Polity Press.
** Read pages 1-8, Skim page 8-19
Friday, 09/10: Davids, T., & Van Driel, F. (2009). The unhappy marriage between gender and globalization. Third World Quarterly, 30(5), 905-920.
Week 3: Economic Globalization and Gender
Monday 9/13: Ritzer, G., & Dean, P. (2015). Globalization: A basic text. John Wiley & Sons. Read pg. 404-411
Wednesday-Friday 9/15-17: Benería, Lourdes, Günseli Berik, and Maria Floro. Gender, Development, And Globalization: Economics As If All People Mattered. New York, NY: Routledge, 2016.
*Read Chapter 1, “On Development’ Gender and Economics”
Recommended
Chant, S., & Sweet-man, C. (2012). Fixing women or fixing the world?‘Smart economics’, efficiency approaches, and gender equality in development. Gender & Development, 20(3), 517-529.
Week 4: Gender, Globalization, and International Institutions
Monday-Wednesday, 9/20-9/22: Prügl, E., & Lustgarten, A. (2006). Mainstreaming gender in international organizations (pp. 53-70). Duke University Press.
Friday 9/24: Watch The Whistleblower
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0896872/
Recommended: Moser, C., & Moser, A. (2005). Gender mainstreaming since Beijing: a review of success and limitations in international institutions. Gender & Development, 13(2), 11-22.
Week 5: Women’s Right as Human Rights
Monday, 9/27: Henkin L. (2000) Human Rights: Ideology and Aspiration, Reality and Prospect. In: Power S., Allison G. (eds) Realizing Human Rights. Palgrave Macmillan, New York

PLEASE REVIEW ALL ATTACHED FILES & CLOSE READ SOURCES. A source evaluation must

PLEASE REVIEW ALL ATTACHED FILES & CLOSE READ SOURCES.
A source evaluation must be done on based on Gender Scheme (attached pdf). Detailed instructions are attached in Source-Evaluation-Detailed-Instructions.pdf
The format includes:
Research Questions/Thesis – tech industry may be viewed as a contradiction to the existence of gender bias and stereotyping etc.”
Citation (MLA Format)
Author Info – should be brief – 1-2 sentences
Summary of Argument/Methods/Key Terms
Summarize the reading and the central points in your own words. The summary should not be that long and demonstrate that the reading was read closely/beyond just the surface level. The summary should be about 4-6 sentences.
Methodologies used – In the reading what references did the writer use to prove a point? Case studies? statistics, etc?
What key concepts/terms seem to repeat and/or are important to support the author’s claim?
Quotation Analysis
A single quote (3-4 sentences) should be used from Gender scheme.pdf and ANALYZED through close reading. Do not just repeat the quote in other words. What does the quote mean or what else could the quote imply? What conclusion could be made or what other factors are being considered or not considered?
Body Paragraph
Find another quote from gender scheme & a quote from another sourceFunctionlism , Darwinism (attached ) that can be connected.
Write a body paragraph connecting the two quotes and how they relate and prove the thesis – Gender discrimination exists in the IT industry of the United States.
Overall Evaluation of Source
Evaluate the overall reliability of Gender Scheme, how it contributes to the main thesis/research question,
PLEASE PLEASE READ ALL ATTACHED FILES ESPECIALLY Source-evaluation-detailed-Instructions.pdf first
Example-Source-Evaluation.pdf is the only file that is not exactly mandatory but strongly recommended as most providers have not been able to do this job correctly. So please look at the example attached as well, it should make your life easier.

This assignment requires that you watch a film or documentary that questions or

This assignment requires that you watch a film or documentary that questions or pushes the boundaries regarding gender in our society. Students should choose from the list below.* Many are available free via Netflix, Amazon Prime, or HBO. Simply watch the film/documentary. After viewing the film, write a very brief description, then the majority of the paper should consist of a critical response utilizing material, theories, and concepts discussed in class and/or readings. Make sure to cite sources. The essay must be typed, in APA style, and be between two to three pages.
You will be graded for your ability to engage the film based on course material and the quality of your writing. !!!
Cover page: No
Reference page: Yes

In the research paper, you should explore a case study of the relationship betwe

In the research paper, you should explore a case study of the relationship between gender and globalization anywhere in the world. You need to pick a political issue or organization that is relevant for studying gender relations and analyze how the concepts of the course apply to your chosen case. You can focus on one country or compare countries. It could be a social movement, an organization, a particular area of interest, a campaign.
It will be judged on your thoughtful use of concepts from the course, as well as the quality of outside research done on the particular case you have chosen. You should quote and cite appropriately from both the assigned readings and your outside research.
-Paper length must be 1250-1500 words, not including your reference list.
-The paper must make good use of at least two sources from the syllabus, as well as at least three outside research sources (newspapers or -magazines, additional books or journal articles).
-Use APA citation and documentation throughout. https://apastyle.apa.org
-Number your pages
Sources from the syllabus –
Week 1: Introduction
Wednesday, 09/01: Connell, Rouen and Rebecca Pearse. Gender in World Perspective, 3d ed. Cambridge: Polity, 2009.
**Read Chapter 1.
Friday, 09/03: Desai, M., & Rinaldo, R. (2016). Reorienting gender and globalization: Introduction to the special issue. Qualitative Sociology, 39(4), 337-351.
Week 2: Globalization and its relation to Gender
Wednesday, 09/08: Held, D., & McGrew, A. G. (2000). The great globalization debate: An introduction (pp. 1-45). Cambridge: Polity Press.
** Read pages 1-8, Skim page 8-19
Friday, 09/10: Davids, T., & Van Driel, F. (2009). The unhappy marriage between gender and globalization. Third World Quarterly, 30(5), 905-920.
Week 3: Economic Globalization and Gender
Monday 9/13: Ritzer, G., & Dean, P. (2015). Globalization: A basic text. John Wiley & Sons. Read pg. 404-411
Wednesday-Friday 9/15-17: Benería, Lourdes, Günseli Berik, and Maria Floro. Gender, Development, And Globalization: Economics As If All People Mattered. New York, NY: Routledge, 2016.
*Read Chapter 1, “On Development’ Gender and Economics”
Recommended
Chant, S., & Sweet-man, C. (2012). Fixing women or fixing the world?‘Smart economics’, efficiency approaches, and gender equality in development. Gender & Development, 20(3), 517-529.
Week 4: Gender, Globalization, and International Institutions
Monday-Wednesday, 9/20-9/22: Prügl, E., & Lustgarten, A. (2006). Mainstreaming gender in international organizations (pp. 53-70). Duke University Press.
Friday 9/24: Watch The Whistleblower
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0896872/
Recommended: Moser, C., & Moser, A. (2005). Gender mainstreaming since Beijing: a review of success and limitations in international institutions. Gender & Development, 13(2), 11-22.
Week 5: Women’s Right as Human Rights
Monday, 9/27: Henkin L. (2000) Human Rights: Ideology and Aspiration, Reality and Prospect. In: Power S., Allison G. (eds) Realizing Human Rights. Palgrave Macmillan, New York

1) Select a current issue you are passionate about that affects disenfranchised

1) Select a current issue you are passionate about that affects disenfranchised peoples (e.g. Access to Clean Water for indigenous Communities in Plain States; Gentrification in Newark & Displacement for Poor and Working Class, Access to Affordable Healthcare, Gun Violence, Domestic Violence, etc.)
Be very specific with the issue and the population. This is NOT a history project. You CANNOT do a study on an event that has already happened (i.e. Occupy Wall Street, Black Panthers, etc.) What group is your activist project focused on supporting? (e.g. gender, race, class, location)
2) Research the topic. You need data, studies, testimonials, impact statements, etc. Think of the who, what, why, how, and where issues. Clearly the define with specific critical analysis.
3) Select an activist approach (recall Module 1) and provide a justification recall what you learned in Modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
4) Develop an activist strategy plan. This is detailed and should include pros and cons, budget, time line, social media, etc. See these guidelines in previous announcement.
For example your plan could include the development of an APP (this should be operational), a website, newsletter, protest artwork (comic book, film, etc.
Work needs proper citation (MLA, APA, or Chicago), Bibliography.