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After watching the lesson on “the social construction of gender,”

After watching the lesson on “The Social Construction of Gender,”
write a 200-300 word reflection on how Kincaid’s “Girl” reflects ideas espoused by Lorber and discussed in the video.
In your response, refer back to particular passages in both readings to support your claims. Remember
to include the page number when quoting or paraphrasing.
This short story was first published in 1978.
Kincaid is an Antiguan-America writer; she was born in Antigua and teaches at Harvard
The following
•Consider the tone and why this approach has been taken.
•What do the italics signal?
•What words and phrases stand out from the reading?
WATCH and READ the 2 uploaded files and answer questions
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The essay (300 word minimum): these essays are prep for our final essay.

THE ESSAY (300 word MINIMUM): These essays are prep for our final essay.
Pick one topic/idea that interests you from the text readings.
Propose a question that will encourage you to do some research to develop this topic of interest. For example: Topic: Leadership in Corporate America Question: What are the roots of the belief that men should hold executive positions and women support them?
After doing some research on your question, propose a thesis statement, which you will defend in your essay. For example: Men’s dominance of the work world has its roots in the history of the division of labor.
4. Write a 300 word essay that defends your THESIS with at least two arguments and uses at least 3 sources to support your idea (one can be our text). Do not simply summarize what you’ve read. I want you to defend an idea based on your research and experience. YOUR THESIS STATEMENT (NOT A QUESTION) MUST BE A STAND ALONE SENTENCE BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR ESSAY.

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Please use only magazines or newspapers only for the 3 articles.

Feminism Definition Essay (Paper #1) (750 words) – Essay is Research Based/Minimum of 3 Articles ( online magazines, newspapers representing pro-con or variable perspectives on the topic). Integrate a minimum of 6 source quotes from your research articles. Proper MLA format using in-text citations, Works Cited page.
Essays should be a MINIMUM of 5 paragraphs (750 words). Please be in depth about the subject. PLEASE USE ONLY MAGAZINES OR NEWSPAPERS ONLY FOR THE 3 ARTICLES.

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Placing the author’s in conversation, identify and analyze an insightful relationship between the two author’s claims, ideas or assumptions using details from each to support your analysis

Write a comparative essay that analyzes how Roxanne Gay’s “Bad Feminism” and Don Sabo’s “Pigskin, Patriarchy, and Pain” address a shared concern or issue. Placing the author’s in conversation, identify and analyze an insightful relationship between the two author’s claims, ideas or assumptions using details from each to support your analysis

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Black women and the black church or black women, religion and faith

In one short paragraph identify the topic for your research portfolio and explain your reasons for selecting this topic.
Write three research questions you will answer or address with this portfolio.
POTENTIAL TOPICS for RESEARCH PORTFOLIO
The following are very general topics.
Please select one of these topics and develop a Research Portfolio. You may expand upon the topics below or you may select to examine a very specific aspect of the topic.
Please select from this list or create/generate a topic that is interesting to you. The topic must be specific to Black women’s lives.
Exploring Issues in the lives of Black Girls/Teens
Black Women and the LGBTQ+ Community
Black Women and The Black Church or Black Women, Religion and Faith
Black Women and the Black Lives Matter Movement
Black Maternal and Child Health Issues
Black Women and STEM Fields
Black Women and Environmentalism
Police Violence Against Black Women
Black Women and America’s Housing Crisis: Activism and Impacts
Black Women and Marriage
Black Women and Educational Leadership: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Black Women and Reproductive Rights
Black Women and the Military
Black Women Immigrants in the U.S.
Black Women in the Labor force
Black Women and Sports
Black Women as Journalists in the 21st Century
Black Women and Social Media
Black Women in Politics
Black Women as Medical professionals
Black Women as Literary Scholars

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Thinking about chapters 4 and the module videos, consider and discuss the politics of sex in our community.

Thinking about chapters 4 and the module videos, consider and discuss the politics of sex in our community. Reflect on rules, values, and policies such as sex education in America, sexual responsibility, and how current cultural scripts about sex in America are impacting individuals, couples, and families.

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All songs should relate to any of the themes in fmest.

A practice in dreaming.
What do you imagine of a feminist
future? What does it look like? Feel
like? What would be your
priorities?(300 word)
Please find a song that represents the Gender and Power . All songs should relate to any of the themes in fmest. Write a short explanation (100 words) of why you chose this song and how you see it relating to the topics of feminism and feminist praxis. Please respond to this post so they are all on one thread. (at least 100 words)

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The question you will be asked to answer is whether you agree with the claim in

The question you will be asked to answer is whether you agree with the claim in her article that “If reasons are forceful only from within a shared justificatory practice, then any time of reason that appeals to the truth, no matter how progressive, will engender the same authoritative relations democracy seeks to extinguish.” After reading Cantalamessa’s piece, “Democracy Should be Sentimantalist, Not Rationalist”