Sojourner Truth spoke at the Women’s Convention in 1851. Discuss her critique in

Sojourner Truth spoke at the Women’s Convention in 1851. Discuss her critique in relation to critiques by women of color during the 2nd wave women’s movement (using at least one other class reading). What are the key issues for these women from different time periods? What are they saying about broader society and the mainstream white-dominated women’s movement? Please use 2 quotes, 1 from the Sojourner document and other from one of the other documents. When citing please intext cite (author and page). Please only use quotes and cite from the documents I send. Thank you

Based on our readings and class discussion, what do you see as the key questions

Based on our readings and class discussion, what do you see as the key questions and issues for Feminism today? How have you seen feminist questions change over time? Focus on two to three key themes/topics for your answer. Use at least two readings from class. Please use 2 quotes and cite from the documents i sent you only, intext cite with author and page #. Thank you

Hello, these are the comments my professor left me I had help with someone but c

Hello, these are the comments my professor left me I had help with someone but clearly, it wasn’t well done and I don’t want to get a bad grade on my final paper so please follow the instructions and comments on what she said on the paper needs fixing on. Also, use scholarly sources only from the ( United States ). Also, the new title is (Privilege) This should be 10 pages (no, the title page and works cited pages don’t count). No errors. Proper citations. Clearly written.
Professor comments
Missing citations. If something is not your opinion but is not a well-known fact (such as – George Washington was the first President of the US), it needs to be cited. This is lacking in citations. Example: “The higher enrollment rate for women results from the continuous fight for women’s rights and against women’s discrimination by various women organizations such as the UN Women, the National Council of Negro Women, and the National Organization for Women.” Is that your opinion? Is that from a scholarly source? Impossible to tell. This is EXTREMELY prevalent in this paper and it’s concerning. It needs to be corrected.
I also think you are misunderstanding privilege somewhat. Women no longer being charged more for healthcare is not a privilege. They’re now being charged equally to men – not receiving a benefit. Women now attending university in equal numbers or higher numbers isn’t a privilege. It’s not because of their gender. Women being viewed as weak and therefore unfit for combat isn’t a privilege. The whole section on women does not really display a strong understanding of the concept of privilege. Privilege would be something like men are freer to take night classes or work later shifts because they have less fear of being attacked if walking alone at night. This opens more opportunities for them.
The paper is also very contradictory. You say women are privileged by not being the breadwinner…then men are privileged because they ARE the breadwinner. Which one is it?
Also, your sources are concerning. It seems as though you are taking data from the Middle East and Pakistan (plus, possibly Denmark based on the other journal-title) and trying to apply it to the United States.
My biggest concerns are your understanding of the concept of privilege, your sources not fully fitting what you are talking about, and your lack of citations making it impossible to tell what is your opinion and what you got from a source. Your writing, which is sometimes very unclear, Is contributing to this issue. You received a high grade because this is a draft, but if these problems persist in the final draft, you will not receive a high grade.

Hello, these are the comments my professor left me I had help with someone but c

Hello, these are the comments my professor left me I had help with someone but clearly, it wasn’t well done and I don’t want to get a bad grade on my final paper so please follow the instructions and comments on what she said on the paper needs fixing on. Also, use scholarly sources only from the ( United States ). Also, the new title is (Privilege) This should be 10 pages (no, the title page and works cited pages don’t count). No errors. Proper citations. Clearly written.
Professor comments
Missing citations. If something is not your opinion but is not a well-known fact (such as – George Washington was the first President of the US), it needs to be cited. This is lacking in citations. Example: “The higher enrollment rate for women results from the continuous fight for women’s rights and against women’s discrimination by various women organizations such as the UN Women, the National Council of Negro Women, and the National Organization for Women.” Is that your opinion? Is that from a scholarly source? Impossible to tell. This is EXTREMELY prevalent in this paper and it’s concerning. It needs to be corrected.
I also think you are misunderstanding privilege somewhat. Women no longer being charged more for healthcare is not a privilege. They’re now being charged equally to men – not receiving a benefit. Women now attending university in equal numbers or higher numbers isn’t a privilege. It’s not because of their gender. Women being viewed as weak and therefore unfit for combat isn’t a privilege. The whole section on women does not really display a strong understanding of the concept of privilege. Privilege would be something like men are freer to take night classes or work later shifts because they have less fear of being attacked if walking alone at night. This opens more opportunities for them.
The paper is also very contradictory. You say women are privileged by not being the breadwinner…then men are privileged because they ARE the breadwinner. Which one is it?
Also, your sources are concerning. It seems as though you are taking data from the Middle East and Pakistan (plus, possibly Denmark based on the other journal-title) and trying to apply it to the United States.
My biggest concerns are your understanding of the concept of privilege, your sources not fully fitting what you are talking about, and your lack of citations making it impossible to tell what is your opinion and what you got from a source. Your writing, which is sometimes very unclear, Is contributing to this issue. You received a high grade because this is a draft, but if these problems persist in the final draft, you will not receive a high grade.

Your final presentation assignment in this course is to complete a multimedia pr

Your final presentation assignment in this course is to complete a multimedia presentation. The work you have done to create and support your research thesis will be the basis of your presentation.
This is your final longer term project designed to help you understand the fundamental processes and value of building argument.
This assessment addresses the following course outcomes:
● Establish a clear purpose and tone; show awareness of audience
● Research and synthesize ideas from a variety of sources
Prompt
Now that you have done some research with primary and secondary sources, you will use your research to create a presentation in a format that will appeal to your peers. You will use the
research you have done throughout this course, as well as course materials, to inform your thoughts. To present your opinions and observations, you will create
a multimedia presentation (using a presentation tool such as an infographic, social media post, video, etc.) that addresses your argument. While these questions may
seem “big,” remember that you are addressing them in a presentation, not a paper, and can use bullet points, visuals, or other methods. You will be sharing your presentation with the class in a discussion post and you will need to respond to each other. This means you will need to look at each presentation in the class.
Written component
Your presentation must present your argument as well as the research you have conducted to prove your thesis. While your presentation may even be a short video or a post, you must include a written element that summarizes your thesis and the support that you found. The written component will be submitted just to me rather than in a discussion post.

Length: 7-8 pages (double-spaced) Citation Format: MLA Document Format: Microsof

Length: 7-8 pages (double-spaced)
Citation Format: MLA
Document Format: Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx), Times New Roman font, size 12pt
Your goal in this project is to compose an essay (seven to eight pages in length) in which you make an original argument based on researched evidence.
Rubric
Exigence: __/23 points
The essay clearly explain what’s at stake in your topic, effectively proving that it’s a topic worth arguing about in the first place. (Imagine your reader asking you, “What’s the problem you’re trying to solve with this paper? Why tackle this problem now?”)
Logos: __/23 points
The essay should be logically organized and develop in a way that supports the initial claim in the thesis statement. Each paragraph (or section of paragraphs) should be clearly identified by a topic sentence(s). Overall, the paper should flow well with good transitions
Ethos: __/23 points
The essay should cite at least seven sources, five of which must be scholarly or peer-reviewed in nature.
Pathos (or, Audience): __/23 points
The paper demonstrates a recognition of, and persuasively appeals to and/or manages, the emotions of the target audience. By “managing” the emotions of your target audience, I mean, for example, that if you’re dealing with a topic to which people tend to have strong and possibly polarizing knee-jerk emotional responses, your challenge is to keep the reader cool-headed and open to your alternative viewpoint without being immediately turned off.
Clarity, MLA formatting, and proofreading: __/8 points
Paper should be clearly written and should abide by MLA formatting rules.

What is intersectionality? How does an intersectional analysis help us better un

What is intersectionality? How does an intersectional analysis help us better understand an issue? Use one or two of the articles from The Feminism Book to find an example for your discussion. You must also use the “Combahee River Collective” in your brief.
A works cited page is not necessary unless you cite any outside sources. Class readings should be cited in the text/body of your paper. Be sure to use quotation marks when you quote something and put citations in parentheses with page numbers (The Feminism Book page 44). I will send you the readings and the Combahee river document. Please cite 2 quotes from what I send you, not from anywhere else.
Thank you!

Drawing from course material and other sources, write your own narrative about t

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 for you to discuss. You might, though, in your narratives discuss such things as how the system of gender relations has affected your understanding of yourself and your relations with others around you over the course of your life, whether there were turning points, if any, that shaped your understanding of gender relations or whether you have been relatively oblivious to how these influences may have shaped or constrained you, what opportunities were available to you or denied to you because of the system of gender as a social frame, how gender relations might have contributed to choices you made about activities, schooling, personal relationships, career goals, and future aspirations, and how the work-family interface has or is anticipated to affect your future. You may also want to discuss how the effects on you of gender as a system of social practices have been filtered through your culture, family, religion, work experiences, work organizations, and in society as a whole. In other words, what do you know about gender as a system of social relations, in what circumstances did you learn it, if at all, and what have been the effects on your life?
Please properly cite any sources you use, from the assigned reading in the course or from other sources and from lecture material (use session number and slide number). Use quotation marks where needed, provide in-text citations using the format of author last name, date, and page number in parentheses when you are taking ideas or words from others and include a list of references alphabetically by author’s last name at the end of your paper. All papers will be reviewed by TurnItIn. Submit a Word of pdf file, but please do NOT submit a “Pages” file.

This is your last journal entry this semester. Focus your entry on what you’ve

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 thoughts or ideas about what we’ve studied this semester..
3 videos that talk about women to write about



definfitons used in the class attached

Through her cast of characters and what they experience, how does Cather capture

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 being a woman in the context of 1918 conceptions of women. Then, relate this to today. What elements still feel progressive and which feel a bit outdated?