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what is feminism? What are the examples of feminism? Where did you learn about f

what is feminism? What are the examples of feminism? Where did you learn about feminism? write a 300-word essay. You can reflect on the differences or similarities between you, your interviewee,and the mainstream culture’s understanding of feminism

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Assignment Requirements 1) a literature review relevant to the student’s propos

Assignment Requirements
1) a literature review relevant to the student’s proposed dissertation topic,
2) a critical analysis of the key theoretical constructs in the student’s proposed dissertation topic
My proposed
dissertation research is on how black women overcome Experiences of Implicit
Bias in Corporate American Businesses. I also have a very rough publish of the requirments I will like to get re-vised to a doctoral level. Please be sure to let me know if this is doable.

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Feminist Organizing and the Internet There are 4 parts to this project. For part

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.
UN Women
www.unwomen.org
Human Rights Watch
https://www.hrw.org/topic/womens-rights
Amnesty International
https://www.amnestyusa.org/issues/gender-sexuality-identity/
Madre
http://www.madre.org/
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
Chapter 10.)
International Center for Research on Women

ICRW U.S. Homepage


Center for Women’s Global Leadership
http://www.cwgl.rutgers.edu
Women for Women
http://www.womenforwomen.org/programs-supporting-women/programs-for-helping-
women.php
Global Fund for Women

Home


Worldwide Organization for Women
http://wowinfo.org/
Women Thrive
http://www.womenthrive.org/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1
Women for Women’s Human rights
http://www.wwhr.org/
International Women’s Rights Action Watch
http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/iwraw/index.html
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
Internet.
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

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How do the arguments in Chanel Miller’s victim impact statement connect to Leigh

How do the arguments in Chanel Miller’s victim impact statement connect to Leigh Gilmore’s arguments in Tainted Witness?
How has the #MeToo movement (https://sway.office.com/nIND8fnuxQLOjy6U?ref=Link) used the concept of “The Personal is Political” to structure activism (especially on college campuses)? What are the benefits of using personal narrative as a strategy to fight sexual assault?
Using Chris McGee’s “Why Won’t Melinda Just Talk about What Happened? Speak and the Confessional Voice”, discuss: what are the drawbacks to using personal narrative as a tool to fight sexual assault?

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Please write an argumentative essay about supporting Feminism and how increased

Please write an argumentative essay about supporting Feminism and how increased Women’s Rights have had a more positive than negative effect on the world.

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Assignment: Research Project: Analyzing Effects of Media on Behavior Practically

Assignment: Research Project: Analyzing Effects of Media on Behavior
Practically from the advent of television, there has been a persistent question about its influence on viewers, particularly young people. With the introduction of video games, that question was transferred to yet another form of media. You may have your own personal views about television and video games, but for this Assignment—or at least to start—set those views aside as you assume the role of a researcher analyzing effects of media on behavior.
You will write a research paper in which you apply theories of behavior modeling to explain positive or negative impacts of television and other media viewing on behavior.
To prepare:
Review the Week 6 Learning Resources with information on behavior modeling. Be sure to access the Handout with suggested resources that address television and video-game viewing and their influence on behavior.
Choose a perspective for your research paper. You will discuss and provide evidence for the potential positive influences of behavior modeling from television and other media viewing or the potential negative influence on behavior.
As part of your research, consider practical recommendations to include in your paper for how to strengthen the positive influences of television/media viewing or how to lessen the negative influences on behavior.
Be aware that you must use three resources to inform your paper—the course text and two other resources. You may choose from the resources listed in the Handout or resources that you find.
By Day 7
Submit a 2- to 3-page paper that addresses the following:
Identify your position on the influence of television and other media viewing on behavior.
Present evidence from your own research examining current media. Use at least two other resources other than the course text (see the Handout) to support your position. Be sure to reference specific concepts such as behavior modeling in your explanation.
Based on theories of behavior modeling including social cognitive theory, reciprocal determinism, behavior modeling, and related concepts, explain ideas and recommendations to strengthen the positive influence or to lessen the negative influence of television/media viewing.

Cervone, D., & Pervin, L. A. (2019). Personality: Theory and research (14th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Chapter 12, “Social-Cognitive Theory: Bandura and Mischel” (pp. 331-360)
Chapter 13, “Social-Cognitive Theory: Applications, Related Theoretical Conceptions, and Contemporary Research” (pp. 363-393)
http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/bandura.html

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Select three brief poems (14 lines or less) and apply a critical approach (femin

Select three brief poems (14 lines or less) and apply a critical approach (feminism criticism) to
literature we have covered so far this semester to interpret, analyze, and
discuss your selections. As with the prose fiction essay, you will need to
research the critical approach you have chosen in order to develop a thoughtful
and thorough analysis. Include at least 2 research sources if you choose
this option. Include a extra page for your citations. (Cite sources)

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Students will be asked to create an Online Learning Resource Project that they w

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

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Students will be asked to create an Online Learning Resource Project that they w

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