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Reynolds 1 Student Name Emily Koenig W131 2 April 2012 Annotated Bibliography [Sample] Inquiry question: To what extent do representations of sporting events include the representation of anger among women? To what degree is a woman’s expression of anger socially acceptable in the context of sports? To what degree are other, more “feminine” emotions more socially acceptable, even in the context of sports? Cohen, Jeffery Jerome. “Monster Culture (Seven Theses).” Readings for Analytical Writing . Eds. Christine Farris et al. 3 rd ed. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2011. 68-86. Print. Jeffery Jerome Cohen writes about monsters in his essay “Monster Culture (Seven Theses).” He claims that monsters can be hybrids and can tell us what is possible and impossible in our culture. He thinks that monsters are cultural creations. Monsters can be both male and female at the same time. He says we both fear and desire monsters. Geertz, Clifford. “Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight.” Readings for Analytical Writing . Eds. Christine Farris et al. 3 rd ed. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2011. 211-45. Print. Clifford Geertz argues that Balinese men express and understand themselves through the medium of the cockfight. Only high-status men bring cocks to high-status, or deep, matches. Balinese cockfights relegate women to the margins of the cock ring where they are allowed to operate “mindless, sheer chance” games at “penny ante” rates—games that do not matter (226). Other people in the margins are children, gambling addicts, and
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