Summer2021 WGST 2100 Final exam study guide.pdf - Dr...

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Dr. Alt ıok’s WGST 2100 Final Exam Study Guide and Tips Summer 2021 This study guide is to help you for the final exam, which will be available from June 21 to June 29, 2021. You will need to complete it in one sitting. You must submit your final exam by 11:59 pm on Tuesday, June 29, 2021. This is a cumulative, open-book exam comprised of about 50 multiple choice questions and 3 essay questions. Once you start the test, you will have a total of two and a half hours to complete it. This should be enough time to do well, but only if you study along the lines suggested below before beginning the exam. To sum up the contents of this guide, this is how I would suggest you study for the final exam: 1. Know the concepts in bold on this guide/tip sheet 2. Review all online modules (even if you do not click on all the links embedded in them) 3. Write your responses to the essay prompts below ahead of time addressing all parts of the question . Think about some of the fundamental concepts, themes and arguments we encountered throughout the course. Study definitions, examples and think about applications of these fundamental concepts and themes (highlighted in purple on the second page of this guide). Your essays should be very well-written, free of grammar and spelling errors. Here are the essay questions you will see on the final exam: ESSAY 1: Address the following questions utilizing specific course vocabulary and/or theories (such as privilege, power, social inequality, intersectionality, social construction, feminism, dominant institutions, colonialism, androcentrism, etc.) You must define the concepts you use and properly cite at least three of your readings from this semester. What is the most important issue raised by this course? Describe the issue in detail. Define your terms and cite your sources properly. Why is this issue important? How has this issue affected you (consider the nature of your experiences, internalization, your relationships with others, how you see the world, etc.)? What community-based or institutional actions should be taken to address this issue? What is your personal responsibility to take action on this issue?

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