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Research Essay Option: The essay will be based on the powerpoint from the propos

Research Essay Option: The essay will be based on the powerpoint from the proposal presentation. Please follow the rubric criteria as I did not get a great mark! All sources should be scholarly and some even from the University of Saskatchewan library catalogue. If you have any questions please let me know.
Your essay is your opportunity to examine a current even of your choice using an intersectional gender-focused method of analysis. Your essay will focus on a topic of your choice.
Before submitting your final paper, you will need to submit an essay proposal and your topic MUST be approved by the instructor. Please contact your instructor if you are experiencing difficulties formulating a topic. Instructions for preparing for proposal are posted on Canvas.
You are expected to submit your own original work for this assignment. Please familiarize yourself with the university’s policies on academic integrityLinks to an external site..Links to an external site.
Requirements and Instructions
Content Requirements
Please refer to a minimum of six scholarly sources in your essay, such as academic books or peer-reviewed journal articles.
In addition to your 6 scholarly sources:
You may use a maximum of 2 of the assigned course readings
You may use a maximum of 2 Internet references, such as online newspapers, magazines, websites, or blogs.
Peer-reviewed, scholarly articles published online, and peer- reviewed articles accessed through the University Library’s online databases do not count as internet sources as referred to in point a(ii) above, and you may use as many of those as you require.
Please refer to this library guide Links to an external site.to help you distinguish between scholarly and popular sources.
Wikipedia or similar sources are not scholarly sources. Please see the video tutorial posted on Blackboard to determine how and when, if at all, to use Wikipedia in academic research.
Cite your sources properly using MLA or APA style. For more detailed instructions on MLA or APA style, please consult the Online Writing Lab at Purdue University. (Links to an external site.)
It is expected that you will submit your own original, independently- authored work for this assignment. Please familiarize yourself with your responsibilities as outlined in the University’s policies on Academic Honesty.Links to an external site.
Additional resources have been provided on Canvas to assist you with your research, writing, and referencing.
Formatting Instructions
Your essay should be 8 double-spaced pages in length, not including the title page or bibliography.
Please include a title page that contains: a thoughtful title which gives a clear sense of your argument in the paper, your name, the date, the course name and number, and my name.
Please include all components (title page, essay, and Works Cited or References page) in ONE file
Please include your last name in the filename of your submitted document. For example: Prefontaine_WGSTEssay.docx
You may use the first person pronoun “I”) in your assignments.
Please proofread your papers carefully.
University Writing Centre
All USask students can receive free writing help online. Go to https://library.usask.ca/studentlearning/writing-help/Links to an external site. to book an appointment or to submit questions.

Research Essay Option: The essay will be based on the powerpoint from the propos

Research Essay Option: The essay will be based on the powerpoint from the proposal presentation. Please follow the rubric criteria as I did not get a great mark! All sources should be scholarly and some even from the University of Saskatchewan library catalogue. If you have any questions please let me know.
Your essay is your opportunity to examine a current even of your choice using an intersectional gender-focused method of analysis. Your essay will focus on a topic of your choice.
Before submitting your final paper, you will need to submit an essay proposal and your topic MUST be approved by the instructor. Please contact your instructor if you are experiencing difficulties formulating a topic. Instructions for preparing for proposal are posted on Canvas.
You are expected to submit your own original work for this assignment. Please familiarize yourself with the university’s policies on academic integrityLinks to an external site..Links to an external site.
Requirements and Instructions
Content Requirements
Please refer to a minimum of six scholarly sources in your essay, such as academic books or peer-reviewed journal articles.
In addition to your 6 scholarly sources:
You may use a maximum of 2 of the assigned course readings
You may use a maximum of 2 Internet references, such as online newspapers, magazines, websites, or blogs.
Peer-reviewed, scholarly articles published online, and peer- reviewed articles accessed through the University Library’s online databases do not count as internet sources as referred to in point a(ii) above, and you may use as many of those as you require.
Please refer to this library guide Links to an external site.to help you distinguish between scholarly and popular sources.
Wikipedia or similar sources are not scholarly sources. Please see the video tutorial posted on Blackboard to determine how and when, if at all, to use Wikipedia in academic research.
Cite your sources properly using MLA or APA style. For more detailed instructions on MLA or APA style, please consult the Online Writing Lab at Purdue University. (Links to an external site.)
It is expected that you will submit your own original, independently- authored work for this assignment. Please familiarize yourself with your responsibilities as outlined in the University’s policies on Academic Honesty.Links to an external site.
Additional resources have been provided on Canvas to assist you with your research, writing, and referencing.
Formatting Instructions
Your essay should be 8 double-spaced pages in length, not including the title page or bibliography.
Please include a title page that contains: a thoughtful title which gives a clear sense of your argument in the paper, your name, the date, the course name and number, and my name.
Please include all components (title page, essay, and Works Cited or References page) in ONE file
Please include your last name in the filename of your submitted document. For example: Prefontaine_WGSTEssay.docx
You may use the first person pronoun “I”) in your assignments.
Please proofread your papers carefully.
University Writing Centre
All USask students can receive free writing help online. Go to https://library.usask.ca/studentlearning/writing-help/Links to an external site. to book an appointment or to submit questions.

Research Essay Option: The essay will be based on the powerpoint from the propos

Research Essay Option: The essay will be based on the powerpoint from the proposal presentation. Please follow the rubric criteria as I did not get a great mark! All sources should be scholarly and some even from the University of Saskatchewan library catalogue. If you have any questions please let me know.
Your essay is your opportunity to examine a current even of your choice using an intersectional gender-focused method of analysis. Your essay will focus on a topic of your choice.
Before submitting your final paper, you will need to submit an essay proposal and your topic MUST be approved by the instructor. Please contact your instructor if you are experiencing difficulties formulating a topic. Instructions for preparing for proposal are posted on Canvas.
You are expected to submit your own original work for this assignment. Please familiarize yourself with the university’s policies on academic integrityLinks to an external site..Links to an external site.
Requirements and Instructions
Content Requirements
Please refer to a minimum of six scholarly sources in your essay, such as academic books or peer-reviewed journal articles.
In addition to your 6 scholarly sources:
You may use a maximum of 2 of the assigned course readings
You may use a maximum of 2 Internet references, such as online newspapers, magazines, websites, or blogs.
Peer-reviewed, scholarly articles published online, and peer- reviewed articles accessed through the University Library’s online databases do not count as internet sources as referred to in point a(ii) above, and you may use as many of those as you require.
Please refer to this library guide Links to an external site.to help you distinguish between scholarly and popular sources.
Wikipedia or similar sources are not scholarly sources. Please see the video tutorial posted on Blackboard to determine how and when, if at all, to use Wikipedia in academic research.
Cite your sources properly using MLA or APA style. For more detailed instructions on MLA or APA style, please consult the Online Writing Lab at Purdue University. (Links to an external site.)
It is expected that you will submit your own original, independently- authored work for this assignment. Please familiarize yourself with your responsibilities as outlined in the University’s policies on Academic Honesty.Links to an external site.
Additional resources have been provided on Canvas to assist you with your research, writing, and referencing.
Formatting Instructions
Your essay should be 8 double-spaced pages in length, not including the title page or bibliography.
Please include a title page that contains: a thoughtful title which gives a clear sense of your argument in the paper, your name, the date, the course name and number, and my name.
Please include all components (title page, essay, and Works Cited or References page) in ONE file
Please include your last name in the filename of your submitted document. For example: Prefontaine_WGSTEssay.docx
You may use the first person pronoun “I”) in your assignments.
Please proofread your papers carefully.
University Writing Centre
All USask students can receive free writing help online. Go to https://library.usask.ca/studentlearning/writing-help/Links to an external site. to book an appointment or to submit questions.

First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “ag

First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “age” can impact or enhance their sexuality. Please choose one to address deeply. Think about both potentially positive and possibly negative ways.
Think also about how differently abled women and/or older women are perceived by others or portrayed (as in the media).
What do you think of the dynamic between these women, society and the topic of sexuality? Why has it developed in this way? You must cite from the text here.
This is a very open ended prompt to intentionally allow for critical and creative thinking, but please note that you must explicitly engage with course materials.
Then, choose one topic or issue that you learned about this semester and discuss why/how it had the biggest effect on either your knowledge, your self/identity, your relationships or your sense of advocacy/justice.
Cite from the text/materials (from any module) here. This will serve as your “EC DB” post as well (you can simply cut/paste this section and then respond to a peer for up to 5pts EC). You must post this reflection in the Module 6: EC DB board and reply to a peer to be eligible for full credit.
SOME REFERENCES (WILL ADD FILES AS WELL)
https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/attitudes-about-sexuality-and-aging
https://theconversation.com/older-people-still-have-sex-but-its-the-intimacy-and-affection-that-matters-more-70196


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First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “ag

First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “age” can impact or enhance their sexuality. Please choose one to address deeply. Think about both potentially positive and possibly negative ways.
Think also about how differently abled women and/or older women are perceived by others or portrayed (as in the media).
What do you think of the dynamic between these women, society and the topic of sexuality? Why has it developed in this way? You must cite from the text here.
This is a very open ended prompt to intentionally allow for critical and creative thinking, but please note that you must explicitly engage with course materials.
Then, choose one topic or issue that you learned about this semester and discuss why/how it had the biggest effect on either your knowledge, your self/identity, your relationships or your sense of advocacy/justice.
Cite from the text/materials (from any module) here. This will serve as your “EC DB” post as well (you can simply cut/paste this section and then respond to a peer for up to 5pts EC). You must post this reflection in the Module 6: EC DB board and reply to a peer to be eligible for full credit.
SOME REFERENCES (WILL ADD FILES AS WELL)
https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/attitudes-about-sexuality-and-aging
https://theconversation.com/older-people-still-have-sex-but-its-the-intimacy-and-affection-that-matters-more-70196


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First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “ag

First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “age” can impact or enhance their sexuality. Please choose one to address deeply. Think about both potentially positive and possibly negative ways.
Think also about how differently abled women and/or older women are perceived by others or portrayed (as in the media).
What do you think of the dynamic between these women, society and the topic of sexuality? Why has it developed in this way? You must cite from the text here.
This is a very open ended prompt to intentionally allow for critical and creative thinking, but please note that you must explicitly engage with course materials.
Then, choose one topic or issue that you learned about this semester and discuss why/how it had the biggest effect on either your knowledge, your self/identity, your relationships or your sense of advocacy/justice.
Cite from the text/materials (from any module) here. This will serve as your “EC DB” post as well (you can simply cut/paste this section and then respond to a peer for up to 5pts EC). You must post this reflection in the Module 6: EC DB board and reply to a peer to be eligible for full credit.
SOME REFERENCES (WILL ADD FILES AS WELL)
https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/attitudes-about-sexuality-and-aging
https://theconversation.com/older-people-still-have-sex-but-its-the-intimacy-and-affection-that-matters-more-70196


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First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “ag

First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “age” can impact or enhance their sexuality. Please choose one to address deeply. Think about both potentially positive and possibly negative ways.
Think also about how differently abled women and/or older women are perceived by others or portrayed (as in the media).
What do you think of the dynamic between these women, society and the topic of sexuality? Why has it developed in this way? You must cite from the text here.
This is a very open ended prompt to intentionally allow for critical and creative thinking, but please note that you must explicitly engage with course materials.
Then, choose one topic or issue that you learned about this semester and discuss why/how it had the biggest effect on either your knowledge, your self/identity, your relationships or your sense of advocacy/justice.
Cite from the text/materials (from any module) here. This will serve as your “EC DB” post as well (you can simply cut/paste this section and then respond to a peer for up to 5pts EC). You must post this reflection in the Module 6: EC DB board and reply to a peer to be eligible for full credit.
SOME REFERENCES (WILL ADD FILES AS WELL)
https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/attitudes-about-sexuality-and-aging
https://theconversation.com/older-people-still-have-sex-but-its-the-intimacy-and-affection-that-matters-more-70196


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First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “ag

First, for your final writing assignment, discuss how a woman’s “ability” or “age” can impact or enhance their sexuality. Please choose one to address deeply. Think about both potentially positive and possibly negative ways.
Think also about how differently abled women and/or older women are perceived by others or portrayed (as in the media).
What do you think of the dynamic between these women, society and the topic of sexuality? Why has it developed in this way? You must cite from the text here.
This is a very open ended prompt to intentionally allow for critical and creative thinking, but please note that you must explicitly engage with course materials.
Then, choose one topic or issue that you learned about this semester and discuss why/how it had the biggest effect on either your knowledge, your self/identity, your relationships or your sense of advocacy/justice.
Cite from the text/materials (from any module) here. This will serve as your “EC DB” post as well (you can simply cut/paste this section and then respond to a peer for up to 5pts EC). You must post this reflection in the Module 6: EC DB board and reply to a peer to be eligible for full credit.
SOME REFERENCES (WILL ADD FILES AS WELL)
https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/attitudes-about-sexuality-and-aging
https://theconversation.com/older-people-still-have-sex-but-its-the-intimacy-and-affection-that-matters-more-70196


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A rough draft of a research paper on Gender issues based of social infrastructur

A rough draft of a research paper on Gender issues based of social infrastructure base off 3 sources attatched below
Overview
Your goal is not to string information together, but rather to write a coherent, argumentative essay for your joint capstone project—one that embodies your ideas about three scholarly peer-reviewed articles you find independently to support your ideas about a women’s and gender issue. You may wish to write an initial draft before you incorporate research, and then supplement your ideas with the information you have found and synthesized. You should research a women’s and gender studies issue (i.e., suffrage, street harassment, equal pay, welfare, intimate partner violence, cyberactivism, hip hop feminism, riot grrl, trans healthcare, sex work, #Black Lives Matter, #MeToo, incarceration, immigrant concentration camps, homelessness, sweatshops, environmental racism, and the media portrayals of women, etc.) about which you wish to know more. This issue should be examined within a historical context, i.e., World II or Black Lives Matter. If you care about your topic, your essay will be easier for you to write. Your scholarly peer-reviewed articles must be valid. It should come from one of the library journals or databases. It should have an author, journal title, volume, issue, and year. It should not be a newspaper article or a magazine article. You must be able to examine scholarly journal articles and determine their relevance to your project. You must develop your own ideas and topics, follow your beliefs and passions, and strengthen your ideas with outside sources. You may pick any women’s and gender issue to research so long as you three scholarly peer-reviewed articles, make your own argument, and provide several reasons for your arguments. For instance, you may discuss intimate partner violence. You may argue about the prevalence of violence in the United States, reasons of control, and lack of prevention and put within a historical context like divorce laws and the women’s liberation movement. You should get assistance from librarians and come to me for help as you begin to work on your projects. All projects must be revised and proofread before handed in. If you plagiarize, the project will receive a failing grade. Your paper must be five to six pages. You should submit all drafts. Make sure your paper includes scholarly peer-reviewed sources from JSTOR, are cited throughout your paper and in your works cited page, and your voice/ argumentation is in the paper, not just synthesized data.

A rough draft of a research paper on Gender issues based of social infrastructur

A rough draft of a research paper on Gender issues based of social infrastructure base off 3 sources attatched below
Overview
Your goal is not to string information together, but rather to write a coherent, argumentative essay for your joint capstone project—one that embodies your ideas about three scholarly peer-reviewed articles you find independently to support your ideas about a women’s and gender issue. You may wish to write an initial draft before you incorporate research, and then supplement your ideas with the information you have found and synthesized. You should research a women’s and gender studies issue (i.e., suffrage, street harassment, equal pay, welfare, intimate partner violence, cyberactivism, hip hop feminism, riot grrl, trans healthcare, sex work, #Black Lives Matter, #MeToo, incarceration, immigrant concentration camps, homelessness, sweatshops, environmental racism, and the media portrayals of women, etc.) about which you wish to know more. This issue should be examined within a historical context, i.e., World II or Black Lives Matter. If you care about your topic, your essay will be easier for you to write. Your scholarly peer-reviewed articles must be valid. It should come from one of the library journals or databases. It should have an author, journal title, volume, issue, and year. It should not be a newspaper article or a magazine article. You must be able to examine scholarly journal articles and determine their relevance to your project. You must develop your own ideas and topics, follow your beliefs and passions, and strengthen your ideas with outside sources. You may pick any women’s and gender issue to research so long as you three scholarly peer-reviewed articles, make your own argument, and provide several reasons for your arguments. For instance, you may discuss intimate partner violence. You may argue about the prevalence of violence in the United States, reasons of control, and lack of prevention and put within a historical context like divorce laws and the women’s liberation movement. You should get assistance from librarians and come to me for help as you begin to work on your projects. All projects must be revised and proofread before handed in. If you plagiarize, the project will receive a failing grade. Your paper must be five to six pages. You should submit all drafts. Make sure your paper includes scholarly peer-reviewed sources from JSTOR, are cited throughout your paper and in your works cited page, and your voice/ argumentation is in the paper, not just synthesized data.