In preparation for the first deadline, for the final paper, this week your reading response should be at least 250 words critically responding to what it means to bring wreck and how the author defines it in the reading.

In preparation for the first deadline, for the final paper, this week your reading response should be at least 250 words critically responding to what it means to bring wreck and how the author defines it in the reading. In order for you to complete the final paper, you must think about how your artist… Continue reading In preparation for the first deadline, for the final paper, this week your reading response should be at least 250 words critically responding to what it means to bring wreck and how the author defines it in the reading.

Meaning, they must be written by academics and/or professional and reviewed by their peers in journals, books, and other sources.

• The proposal is formal so it MUST be written in full and complete sentences. • Page numbers are a MUST. • Personal opinions are welcome as a long as they are supported with evidence from the literature. • ALL sources used in the paper MUST be academic, peer reviewed sources. Meaning, they MUST be… Continue reading Meaning, they must be written by academics and/or professional and reviewed by their peers in journals, books, and other sources.

You can write about your own experience or someone else’s experience (omitting private details for privacy).

What do you understand about patriarchy that you didn’t before? 250 words Use examples from at least one reading and one video to form your response. sources are attached and below https://www.bitchmedia.org/article/harry-styles-vogue-cover-masculinity How have you seen toxic masculinity manifest? You can write about your own experience or someone else’s experience (omitting private details for privacy).… Continue reading You can write about your own experience or someone else’s experience (omitting private details for privacy).

Do your research!

Overview: There are some many important herstorical/historical moments and movements. However, there would be no herstory or history without the people who actually make said moments. Things to Do: DO feel free to choose a woman, man, or a non-gender conforming person who embodies feminist and womanist principles. You don’t have to be a woman… Continue reading Do your research!

Does it or has it changed overtime?

Answer these two questions What is beautiful to you? Does it or has it changed overtime? What is ugly to you or do you notice or think about what is ugly? Thinking of the idea of “Beauty and the Beast,” does your sense of outward beauty shift if you find inner-beauty in someone?

This chapter obviously builds on the prior one about gendered organizational communication.

This chapter obviously builds on the prior one about gendered organizational communication. I would like for you to examine the disparities between how men and women are treated/viewed by society at large and how they communicate with one another or attempt to express their opinions. Another question to consider is this: due to their “marginalized”… Continue reading This chapter obviously builds on the prior one about gendered organizational communication.

This 1250-word/ 5-page assignment draws upon the assigned podcast by Alok Vaid-Manon and three assigned readings by Sara Ahmed.

This 1250-word/ 5-page assignment draws upon the assigned podcast by Alok Vaid-Manon and three assigned readings by Sara Ahmed. Students are to develop a four-page feminist killjoy survival kit that reflects what they need in it and why, and their own one-page feminist manifesto. Be creative as you address/represent your core beliefs in your manifesto… Continue reading This 1250-word/ 5-page assignment draws upon the assigned podcast by Alok Vaid-Manon and three assigned readings by Sara Ahmed.