Research Paper: Write an analytical paper in length (about 7 full pages, double-

Research Paper: Write an analytical paper in length (about 7 full pages, double-spaced) that is directly related to concepts in sex, love, and romance. Papers must include an introduction, conclusion, and bibliography; along with a thesis statement and evidence throughout that supports and advances your arguments. You are welcome to use non- academic sources in addition to the required scholarly sources.
Project Expectations
Organization: Papers must be double-spaced and follow a formal academic citation style (Chicago, MLA, or APA). Papers and zines must include your name, Professor’s and TA’s names, date, and a title.
Sources: All projects must engage and cite at least seven scholarly sources. Note that this is two more than your proposal required. You also do not have to use the same sources from your proposal. Research papers and reflection papers must include in-text citations and bibliographies, correctly formatted. (For zines: you may choose not to include in-text citations in the zine itself; but your reflection paper must cite all seven sources.)
In addition to the required scholarly sources, you may include extra sources such as newspaper articles, blogs, interviews, memoirs, government reports, statistics, novels, etc.
Evaluation: Projects are evaluated according to overall organization and flow, inclusion of well-chosen evidence, argumentation and analysis of evidence, and engagement with course themes and concepts. See the rubric below for more detail.

Students will be asked to create an Online Learning Resource Project that they w

Students will be asked to create an Online Learning Resource Project that they will design to help others understand/learn more about a key issue or a concept covered in this course that they think is important. Online learning resources can consist of webcomics, infographics, videos/animated presentations, and any other digitally-oriented learning resource.
Students are well-advised to begin looking for what they might be interested in teaching others about from day one of this course. This Assignment will be divided into several sections to get students working on it throughout the semester:
Identify your Research Topic: (1 point): Use class readings, newspaper articles, Wikipedia, and online encyclopedias such as Credo Reference (Links to an external site.) or Gale Ebooks (Links to an external site.) to find out basic information about your topic. This will help you brainstorm keywords.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is the country of choice
Each student will pick a country and outline the major Legal, cultural, political, and healthcare issues that women and LGBTQ+ communities faced across history, impacting their basic human rights regarding gender and sexuality intersecting race, class, ethnicity, and religion, among others.
When writing a project outline it is important to:
Explore the UN WOMEN (Links to an external site.) and INTERNATIONAL LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANS AND INTERSEX ASSOCIATION (Links to an external site.) websites
Women’s Status Progress reports (Links to an external site.) in your chosen region and country.
Review the research objective of tracing women’s socioeconomic and legal status within your chosen region and country.
Conduct thorough research to understand and connect the lived experiences, historical events, and processes with concepts and theories of Women’s and Gender Studies.
Apply an innovative method of analyzing and highlighting gender and sexuality in your chosen country/society, drawing upon both primary and secondary sources.
Minimum 5 pages (not including references and cover page)
Use white 8 ½ x 11” paper.
Make 1-inch margins on the top, bottom, and sides
The first word in every paragraph should be indented one-half inch.
APA recommends using Times New Roman font, size 12.
Double-space the entire research paper
Include a page header known as the “running head” at the top of every page. (To make this process easier, set your word processor to automatically add these components onto each page)
To create the running head/page header, insert page numbers justified to the right-hand side of the paper (do not put p. or pg. in front of page numbers)
Then type “TITLE OF YOUR PAPER” justified to the left using all capital letters
If your title is long, this running head title should be a shortened version of the title of your entire paper

Read the novel “The Scarlett Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne and write a 3-5 page

Read the novel “The Scarlett Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne and write a 3-5 page essay analyzing the work in regards to the question provided (Can Hester Prynne be classified as a feminist before her time? How does the theme of feminism in the Scarlett Letter make the novel both traditional and rebolutionary?). Include how the story is indicative of the times major historical events and what writing styles, tones, themes, etc. arw in line with movements of the literary era. Find at least 2 sources IN THE AMERICAN LIT LIBRARY GUIDE!!! If you want to change the topic question that coicides with the novel, let me know what works BETTER FOR YOU, but otherwise please stick to these pivotal instructions.

Below i have attached two things. the 1st item is a SAMPLE READING(which is ONL

Below i have attached two things. the 1st item is a SAMPLE READING(which is ONLY an Example of how the professor would like you to format the answer to the question) their is only two question,The first question IS A TWO PART QUESTION so much sure you read the insurction on them.
The 2nd item attach Omi and Winant (Reading 11.1) in the textbookis the reading itself.

Below i have attached two things. the 1st item is a SAMPLE READING(which is ONL

Below i have attached two things. the 1st item is a SAMPLE READING(which is ONLY an Example of how the professor would like you to format the answer to the question) their is only two question,The first question IS A TWO PART QUESTION so much sure you read the insurction on them.
The 2nd item attach Better, Shirley “The Web of Institutional Racism is the reading itself.

What is an op-ed and what is its purpose? Op-ed refers to an opinion essay that

What is an op-ed and what is its purpose? Op-ed refers to an opinion essay that appears “opposite the editorial page” of local, state, and national and international newspapers. It is similar to an argumentative paper designed to convince a reader of a position or call to action. The writing should develop an evidence-based argument, but it should also emotionally engage a reader through the use of stories, anecdotes, personal experiences, or even humor.
My thesis focuses on the hyper-sexualization of young women in media/television and its effects on young girls self-objectifying themselves at a young age.
Definitions:
hyper sexualization: he sexualization of public space, involves the attribution by the media of a sexual character to a product or behaviour that has nothing intrinsically sexual about it.
prepubescent: a person who has not reached puberty yet, mostly young children.
added background knowledge: Today, if you were to turn on your phone or the tv, the first thing you would see of an image or commercial containing a half naked beautiful women with perfect perky breast and long hairless legs. As a prepubescent girl who doesn’t have the mature bodies of these fully grown women, they start to think that sexy is better than natural beauty.
1. This self objectifying at a young age can cause girls to get introduced to sexual activity at a younger age. “Girls as young as 5 and 6 aspire to look sexualized, complete with short skirts, belly shirts, lots of makeup and heels — though those same girls in Brown’s research rate sexualized women as “less worthy of being helped when in danger than nonsexualized women,“ said the professor of developmental psychology and author of “Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue.” (Collins 2020)
2. There is almost no way to escape this sexualization of women and girl. “The sexualization starts with television. Even cartoons offer sexualized female characters and children watch an average of 4.5 hours of TV daily” (Colins 2020)
3. Research has shown this hyper sexualization of women can cause mental health issues for girls. This can lead to depression, eat disorders, and severe body dysmorphia. (Ooster 2021)
add some statistics to backup the information
Refernces:
Johanna M. F. van Oosten. “Adolescent Girls’ Use of Social Media for Challenging Sexualization.” Taylor & Francis,https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09718524.2021.1880039#:~:text=Research%20has%20shown%20that%20sexualization,especially%20among%20girls%20(Ward%2C%202016.
Collins, Lois M. “How Sexualization of Girls Creates Long-Term Problems That Harm All Children.” Deseret News, Deseret News, 18 Sept. 2020, https://www.deseret.com/indepth/2020/9/17/21432749/media-netflix-cuties-sexualizes-girls-tv-video-games-toys-sexual-harassment-assault.
This paper should be up to 750 words and should make a clear argument related to women’s health and human rights. Please select an issue that lends itself to a human rights argument. As an op-ed writer you need to advance a compelling argument – for example, advocate for a women’s health/human rights issue, policy change, increases awareness/recognition of an emerging, problematic trend. Rely on credible evidence, such as statistics, reports from credible organizations, expert quotes, history (you should cite at least 4 scholarly sources) and first-hand experience to develop your argument.
Your op-ed should include the following:
A catchy Title that will draw attention (recall the title of Salma Hayek’s op-ed “Harvey Weinstein is My Monster Too”)
Lead: Introduce the issue in a way that immediately communicates to the reader why they should be interested in your op-ed. Most people only skim the first few sentences of an article before deciding if they will keep reading. A “hook” – such as a timely connection to a controversial news item, or a humorous or intriguing statement – is often used to draw readers in. Again, Hayek begins her op-ed, “HARVEY WEINSTEIN WAS a passionate cinephile, a risk taker, a patron of talent in film, a loving father and a monster. For years, he was my monster.”
Argument/Thesis: Your key argument/thesis is clearly and emphatically stated, usually early on in the piece after the lead. This can be anywhere from one sentence to a paragraph. Please make sure your thesis is related to women’s health and human rights and that it is ARGUABLE! For example, a statement of fact (e.g., “Women around the world are significantly more likely to be victims of violence than men” is a statement of fact and is also very broad/general, but maybe you want to make a convincing argument about the causes of violence and/or ways to end violence in a specific national/regional context)
Evidence: Next you lay out the evidence to support your argument, giving concrete examples and citing authoritative sources (remember at least 4 scholarly sources are required). Try to show rather than tell. People remember colorful details and anecdotes more than they remember generalities. Make sure any statistics you cite are easy for the reader to digest. Avoid using jargon (specialized language that may not be understandable to the general public). If you have to use a term that’s not common language, pause to quickly define it and then get back to your argument.
In order to be convincing, you will need to include scholarly evidence (at least 4 scholarly sources). Although a published op-ed would not typically have in-text citations or citations at the end, please do include them in this paper so I can clearly see your sources used.
“To be sure” section: Near the end, you will want to anticipate your potential critics by acknowledging any flaws in your argument, and addressing any obvious counter-arguments. You want to both acknowledge the legitimacy of the other side’s view point, and pre-emptively address their concerns.
Conclusion/Call to Action: The op-ed should end with a clear recommendation about how to move forward. What do you want readers to do with the information in this essay? Here you will offer a possible solution or policy, even if it is only that we need to study or pay greater attention to an issue.
Word Count – at the end of the narrative part of your op-ed, please include the word count in parentheses (750 words maximum)
I have attached the rebric along with a sample OP-ed