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The purpose of this assignment is to examine and critique a website’s explanatio

The purpose of this assignment is to examine and critique a website’s explanation of sexual orientation.
Review the American Psychological Association’s website on sexual orientation and homosexuality. Summarize seven out of the fourteen questions the website provides answers to. Then discuss in your paper your reactions to what you read. Do you agree with how lesbian, gay and/or bisexual individuals were portrayed in their writings? Do you disagree with any particular answer the website provided and why? Do you feel satisfied with the answers provided or did it leave you with more answers or frustrated in any way? Explain.
https://www.apa.org/topics/lgbtq/orientation

The Research Paper: Final Paper Assignment must include at least 10 scholarly so

The Research
Paper: Final Paper Assignment must include at least 10 scholarly sources,
referencing information through current APA formatted in-text citations. Use of
the course textbooks and Bible references do not count toward the 10 source
requirement. All sources must be less than five years old and in current APA
formatting.
Must be eight complete pages in the body of paper

For the academic research essay, you will generate the “answer” to the research

For the academic research essay, you will generate the “answer” to the research question you posed in your Topic Proposal by advancing a thesis statement that is supported by credible evidence (your research). Your essay should have an original title. Must be in MLA Format. Must include 1 Peer-Reviewed Journal Article, 1.gov, .edu, .org source/publication, and 1 Additional Source of Your Choice. Works cited page and in-text citations. Include some evidence from the package inserts of birth control, case studies, and doctor’s opinion. “What are the dangerous side effects of birth control that women risk?” is the research question.

1-Introduction (~1/2 page) 2-Provide a summary of the chosen book (1~2 pages). 3

1-Introduction (~1/2 page)
2-Provide a summary of the chosen book (1~2 pages).
3-Explain how this book relates to the class (3
pages)
4-Indicate how this individual, group, or story moved you personally. (3 pages)
5-Provide outside research to the chosen book in order to indicate how this
field has changed to the present day. (2 pages)
6-Would you recommend this book? (A paragraph)
7-Conclusion (~1/2 page)
8-Work Cited Page ( 4 sources)
NOTE: This paper should be 11 pages (page
count is towards the body of the paper), correct grammar has dedicated points, and must be submitted through turnitin.com, free of plagiarism.
Ensure that the body of the paper should provide headings for each
category (i.e. Intro, Summary, How Book relates, Personal Connection, etc.) so the table of contents could be added later (not required for this order). Required page lengths indicated are approximations, they could be a bit longer or shorter as
long as the total body of the paper is 11 pages plus 1 page for citations.
NOTE: In this paper, students will demonstrate their deep understanding of a
subject and/or person that they want to know more about.
Course description to be used/ help to clarify (in) part
3: Exploration of the activities, contributions, and struggles of women
in mathematics, science, engineering, and related areas and professions, such as
computer science. Research on individual women engaged in these fields.
Investigation of different international, ethnic, and culture-based practices
and perspectives. Consideration of policy-related issues and intervention
strategies addressing the participation and achievement of women in pertinent
areas of study.
Chosen Book: http://web.mit.edu/cortiz/www/Diversity/1975-DoubleBind.pdf
The Double Bind: The Price of Being a Minority Woman in Science

Essay should include a clearly stated thesis statement and a clearly delineated

Essay should include a clearly stated thesis statement and a clearly delineated outline. It should narratively engage with each of the four core concepts in specificity. Develop a thesis statement that clearly articulates your topic and how you are approaching issues raised in the text. Every part of your project should contribute clearly to your thesis statement. A thesis statement does not need to be framed as taking a strong or definitive position in a debate; an effective thesis statement can present a difficulty of interpretation, a thorny historical problem, or some other unanswered—and perhaps unanswerable—question that the project will seek to untangle or explore to achieve greater understanding. Along with the thesis statement, you will provide a detailed outline of the structure of the final paper, specifying the particular issues that you will examine and the examples you will use as evidence.
4 core concepts that must be used in the essay
1). Misogyny
2). Instituionalized discrimination
3). Colonialism or imperialism
4). Reproductive justice, suffrage or history of feminist movements

Part B, Briefing Paper One important aspect of community work, whether in a loca

Part B, Briefing Paper
One important aspect of community work, whether in a local government
setting, a large government department or an NGO, is to ‘brief’ decision makers
on an important issue or situation. A briefing paper aims to provide a concise
and coherent explanation of the issue and it must also provide relevant
information to enable a decision to be made. Often briefing papers demonstrate
the need to change a current policy approach, to form a new policy or cease a
current policy.
Students are to submit a briefing paper that relates to a specific
policy area. It should include:
1. A clear statement of the
purpose of the policy brief
2. A concise summary of the
issue
3. Identification of the
available policy options
4. Recommendations for change, backed
up by evidence
5. A reference list
Below are some ideas to guide you in putting together your paper:
· Ensure
you build the structure around the five dot points above. They don’t need to be
sub-headings, but you should cover all these aspects in your paper. Using
headings of some sort is recommended.
· Focus
on a specific social policy issue. You might find it helpful
to design for yourself a ‘context’ and ‘audience’ for your paper. For example,
imagine you are writing a briefing paper for a ministerial advisory council on
suicide prevention in rural areas, or for a large NGO involved in advocacy with
government, advising them on the need for policy change regarding some aspect
of homelessness policy, or for a director of a government department dealing
with an aspect of policy relevant to people who’ve recently arrived in
Australia. (These are just examples, use your own experience or interest to
find your way into something you can do a good job with, or that opens up a new
field of knowledge for you).
· Make
sure you research your topic thoroughly – briefing papers are
all about condensing as much useful information as possible into an easy to
understand paper, for the benefit of the reader.
· Language
should be formal, but clear, and not too technical in a way that it is
inaccessible for someone not very familiar with the field you’re writing about.
· Recommend
a course (or courses) of action and give well thought out reasons, supported
This is not an opinion piece, but it is a document that aims to outline reasons
for why something should or shouldn’t happen, or why/how something should
change.
You may find the following link helpful: The Writing Centre. University
of Carolina at Chapel Hill (2019) Policy Brief. Retrieved
from: https://writingcenter.unc.edu/policy-briefs/

Part B, Briefing Paper One important aspect of community work, whether in a loca

Part B, Briefing Paper
One important aspect of community work, whether in a local government
setting, a large government department or an NGO, is to ‘brief’ decision makers
on an important issue or situation. A briefing paper aims to provide a concise
and coherent explanation of the issue and it must also provide relevant
information to enable a decision to be made. Often briefing papers demonstrate
the need to change a current policy approach, to form a new policy or cease a
current policy.
Students are to submit a briefing paper that relates to a specific
policy area. It should include:
1. A clear statement of the
purpose of the policy brief
2. A concise summary of the
issue
3. Identification of the
available policy options
4. Recommendations for change, backed
up by evidence
5. A reference list
Below are some ideas to guide you in putting together your paper:
· Ensure
you build the structure around the five dot points above. They don’t need to be
sub-headings, but you should cover all these aspects in your paper. Using
headings of some sort is recommended.
· Focus
on a specific social policy issue. You might find it helpful
to design for yourself a ‘context’ and ‘audience’ for your paper. For example,
imagine you are writing a briefing paper for a ministerial advisory council on
suicide prevention in rural areas, or for a large NGO involved in advocacy with
government, advising them on the need for policy change regarding some aspect
of homelessness policy, or for a director of a government department dealing
with an aspect of policy relevant to people who’ve recently arrived in
Australia. (These are just examples, use your own experience or interest to
find your way into something you can do a good job with, or that opens up a new
field of knowledge for you).
· Make
sure you research your topic thoroughly – briefing papers are
all about condensing as much useful information as possible into an easy to
understand paper, for the benefit of the reader.
· Language
should be formal, but clear, and not too technical in a way that it is
inaccessible for someone not very familiar with the field you’re writing about.
· Recommend
a course (or courses) of action and give well thought out reasons, supported
This is not an opinion piece, but it is a document that aims to outline reasons
for why something should or shouldn’t happen, or why/how something should
change.
You may find the following link helpful: The Writing Centre. University
of Carolina at Chapel Hill (2019) Policy Brief. Retrieved
from: https://writingcenter.unc.edu/policy-briefs/

Part B, Briefing Paper One important aspect of community work, whether in a loca

Part B, Briefing Paper
One important aspect of community work, whether in a local government
setting, a large government department or an NGO, is to ‘brief’ decision makers
on an important issue or situation. A briefing paper aims to provide a concise
and coherent explanation of the issue and it must also provide relevant
information to enable a decision to be made. Often briefing papers demonstrate
the need to change a current policy approach, to form a new policy or cease a
current policy.
Students are to submit a briefing paper that relates to a specific
policy area. It should include:
1. A clear statement of the
purpose of the policy brief
2. A concise summary of the
issue
3. Identification of the
available policy options
4. Recommendations for change, backed
up by evidence
5. A reference list
Below are some ideas to guide you in putting together your paper:
· Ensure
you build the structure around the five dot points above. They don’t need to be
sub-headings, but you should cover all these aspects in your paper. Using
headings of some sort is recommended.
· Focus
on a specific social policy issue. You might find it helpful
to design for yourself a ‘context’ and ‘audience’ for your paper. For example,
imagine you are writing a briefing paper for a ministerial advisory council on
suicide prevention in rural areas, or for a large NGO involved in advocacy with
government, advising them on the need for policy change regarding some aspect
of homelessness policy, or for a director of a government department dealing
with an aspect of policy relevant to people who’ve recently arrived in
Australia. (These are just examples, use your own experience or interest to
find your way into something you can do a good job with, or that opens up a new
field of knowledge for you).
· Make
sure you research your topic thoroughly – briefing papers are
all about condensing as much useful information as possible into an easy to
understand paper, for the benefit of the reader.
· Language
should be formal, but clear, and not too technical in a way that it is
inaccessible for someone not very familiar with the field you’re writing about.
· Recommend
a course (or courses) of action and give well thought out reasons, supported
This is not an opinion piece, but it is a document that aims to outline reasons
for why something should or shouldn’t happen, or why/how something should
change.
You may find the following link helpful: The Writing Centre. University
of Carolina at Chapel Hill (2019) Policy Brief. Retrieved
from: https://writingcenter.unc.edu/policy-briefs/

Part B, Briefing Paper One important aspect of community work, whether in a loca

Part B, Briefing Paper
One important aspect of community work, whether in a local government
setting, a large government department or an NGO, is to ‘brief’ decision makers
on an important issue or situation. A briefing paper aims to provide a concise
and coherent explanation of the issue and it must also provide relevant
information to enable a decision to be made. Often briefing papers demonstrate
the need to change a current policy approach, to form a new policy or cease a
current policy.
Students are to submit a briefing paper that relates to a specific
policy area. It should include:
1. A clear statement of the
purpose of the policy brief
2. A concise summary of the
issue
3. Identification of the
available policy options
4. Recommendations for change, backed
up by evidence
5. A reference list
Below are some ideas to guide you in putting together your paper:
· Ensure
you build the structure around the five dot points above. They don’t need to be
sub-headings, but you should cover all these aspects in your paper. Using
headings of some sort is recommended.
· Focus
on a specific social policy issue. You might find it helpful
to design for yourself a ‘context’ and ‘audience’ for your paper. For example,
imagine you are writing a briefing paper for a ministerial advisory council on
suicide prevention in rural areas, or for a large NGO involved in advocacy with
government, advising them on the need for policy change regarding some aspect
of homelessness policy, or for a director of a government department dealing
with an aspect of policy relevant to people who’ve recently arrived in
Australia. (These are just examples, use your own experience or interest to
find your way into something you can do a good job with, or that opens up a new
field of knowledge for you).
· Make
sure you research your topic thoroughly – briefing papers are
all about condensing as much useful information as possible into an easy to
understand paper, for the benefit of the reader.
· Language
should be formal, but clear, and not too technical in a way that it is
inaccessible for someone not very familiar with the field you’re writing about.
· Recommend
a course (or courses) of action and give well thought out reasons, supported
This is not an opinion piece, but it is a document that aims to outline reasons
for why something should or shouldn’t happen, or why/how something should
change.
You may find the following link helpful: The Writing Centre. University
of Carolina at Chapel Hill (2019) Policy Brief. Retrieved
from: https://writingcenter.unc.edu/policy-briefs/

Format: 1 inch margins, 12 point font and double spacing. The title page should

Format: 1 inch margins, 12 point font and double spacing.
The title page should include: student name, course name, assignment title and date.
Reference list must be complete and accurate. In-text citations must follow APA writing guide style.
Minimum length is 3 pages.
Maximum length is 5.25 pages. Additional writing will not be read or evaluated. The 5.25 pages does NOT include the title page and reference list.
Argument notes consist of three sections: Summary, Integration, and Questions/Reactions.
Argument notes are analytical summaries of a set of assigned readings / videos. The list of readings to select from for each argument note assignment is provided by the Instructor (in Course Announcements).
Argument notes consist of three sections, which should be presented in the order given here:
Summary (approximately 3 pages)
Identify and summarize the key argument(s) or main point(s) of each reading / video.
Ask yourself what the author is trying to convince you of and how. It is also not meant to be exhaustive: pick three or four of the more important key arguments or points of the reading, and briefly map them, i.e., elaborate their supporting claims; detail how the argument(s) “work.” The summary section is the most important section of your Argument Notes and should be given the most space and attention-approximately 2/3 of the paper.
Integration (approximately 1 page)
Pick one or two ways in which the author’s arguments or overall points from each reading relate to other course materials (readings, videos, discussion). How do the arguments you summarized challenge, complement, complicate or in some other way relate to something you learned from another course item? Look for points of similarity or difference and be sure to state how and why these arguments relate to one another. You must strive to incorporate course concepts regarding: feminist theories, patriarchy and oppression and analyze why this issue / these conditions exist.
Questions/Reactions (approximately 1 page)
You should discuss your reaction to the content, not the style of the reading. For example, stating that the reading was long / short / complicated / un-interesting etc.. does not provide me with an understanding of your grasp of the material.
Do not focus on items that were not discussed in this reading. No one course reading will ever cover all aspects of one topic. For example, pointing out that a reading on women in China did not discuss the situation for women in India, is not a valid point. Stay focused and on topic with the readings.
Summarize your reaction to the readings. You can identify questions the readings raise for you. This can also be the place to put your specific questions about which parts of the reading did not make sense.
Reference list in APA format
Be sure it is complete, and that all sources cited in text are given in the reference list and vice versa. You are not required to do any additional research for this assignment. You may reference outside materials in your integrations and question/ reaction sections but the focus of this paper is to summarize and reflect on the assigned readings.
Note: Use the first person voice (“I….”) in your papers. But do not include your analysis or your reactions in the Summary section. Summarizing is a necessary step preliminary to, and separable from, evaluating an author’s arguments.
– Choose 2 from the following list:
FOR AN-2 DUE JULY 8 Choose 2 from the following list:
1. Freedom’s Plow Reading 4 “Work, family and Black women’s oppression”.
2. Freedom’s Plow Reading 14 “Black Feminism in the United States”
3. Status Quo: The unfinished business of Feminism (2012). Abortion.
Timestamp 32:30 to 59:00. Link in UMLearn Unit 1
4. Transgender Parents video: first 27 minutes