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Understand the intersection of gender and social institutions. In this discussion forum, students are required to provide a brief summary and...

Understand the intersection of gender and social institutions.


In this discussion forum, students are required to provide a brief summary and analysis of a selected supplementary material (e.g. professional web-site, journal article, current event, book, or movie). 


Reference:


Andersen, M. & Witham, D. H. (2011). Thinking about women: Sociological perspectives on sex and gender (9th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
 
  Connell, R.W. (2000). The men and the boys. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.



 

Option one:  Select a supplementary article, video, etc. that relates to the readings. Provide a summary of your selected material. Next, explain how your selected material is related to the weekly readings and include two references to the readings.  Also include an APA-formatted citation and link for the source. Respond to two other posts.

 
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Option two:  Select a movie that relates to the topics discussed in the course.  Provide a brief summary of the movie and gender-related issues.  Next, explain how your selected movie is related to the weekly readings and include two references to the readings.  Respond to two other posts.


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