Feminism

Gender Narrative

Drawing from course material and other sources, write your own narrative about the impact of gender framing and gender as a system of social practices that creates gender inequality in your own life and your future. Your narratives, of course, are likely to be different from each other, so you may choose what is relevant …

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How social media affects how women are depicted and expected too look and act like

This is the thesis that I already previiouly wrote this will be the introduction that you will be using: Advertisements, television shows, films, and social media all tell women how they should appear while simultaneously depicting women in particular ways. The media we absorb and the culture we grow up in have defined beauty and …

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Women & Media

Detailed Description/Instructions: You must find representations of women within athletics or entertainment (music, movies, etc). You must explain situations from a typical male and female perspective within the media, athletics, entertainment, etc. In addition, you must then share their own perspective of the image, article, or other documentation. Students need a minimum of 3 artifacts …

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Journal Entry 5 WMST235

This is your last journal entry this semester. Focus your entry on what you’ve taken away this semester about anything having to do with women and popular culture. It could be something new you learned, something that reinforced what you already knew or something that surprised you. Or it could just be a series of …

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Women inTV and Film

1. In the 80+ years since Wonder Woman’s creation, the character has served as both a symbol of female empowerment and an object of male fantasy. Using examples from the screenings and assigned readings, discuss the thin line that Wonder Woman walks as a feminist icon. 2. After watching the two incarnations of Wonder Woman, …

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Compare and contrast “Hills like White Elephants” by Hemingway and “A Rose for Emily” by Faulkner.

Use the storys “Hills Like White Elephants” by Hemingway and “A Rose for Emily” by Faulkner and write a comparison argument that ties the themes of the stories together. Ideally, your essay should argue that the stories—despite their obvious differences—communicate a similar theme. Support your argument with four secondary sources. All secondary sources must be …

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lively Discussion

Lively Conversation is a crucial part of this course! It allows you to formulate thoughts about the reading, explore ideas, make connections with classmates, and discuss and deliberate with each other. You are responsible for participating in Lively Conversation before midnight on the due dates. Your first posts will each respond to the readings and …

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Willa Cather’s My Antonia and how it defines womenhood

Through her cast of characters and what they experience, how does Cather capture what it means to be a woman in the frontier environment of early Nebraska? Pay particular attention to the transformations of Ántonia and the lives of the so-called “hired girls.” First, put the characterization of female characters and the book’s commentary on …

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feminism

WGS 200 Final Essay: A Critical Essay on “The Future of Feminism” “I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is; I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.” –Rebecca West, The Clarion, November 14, 1913 DUE DATE FOR ESSAY …

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