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literature review (education + feminism and domestic violence in Turkey.) explai

literature review (education + feminism and domestic violence in Turkey.)
explaining the background of the question, what has been read, what types of education there are in Turkey, “what supplements your question”
* “this feminist thinks about education + feminism + violence, domestic violence.
Not only heterosexual couples, but also gay couples should be analyzed as well.
The literature overview should demonstrate that you understand the relevant scholarly context of your diploma thesis. It should introduce the most important scholarship for the theoretical and conceptual framing of your thesis, which will later form the core of the theoretical/conceptual part of your thesis. The review should include journal articles and books, which present the main context of your topic, relevant up-to-date research, positions and arguments of your topic.
The literature overview is not an annotated bibliography nor it is a simple summary. Later on, it should serve as the foundation of the theoretical part of your thesis.
The literature review should make apparent the scholarly discussion in your chosen topic, i.e.:
– what is the current state of knowledge in your chosen topic
– what is the historical development of research and approaches to the chosen topic (i.e. what research and when was carried out, with what findings, what are the diverse approaches to the topic, etc.)
– what questions are considered important or controversial by authors who study this topic
– what are the controversies and argumentative positions in the topic (who holds them and based on what research or approaches)
The literature review should be structured. Its structure should reveal the future organization of the theoretical part of the thesis. It should show how the discussed literature is relevant to the planned research.

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literature review (education + feminism and domestic violence in Turkey.) explai

literature review (education + feminism and domestic violence in Turkey.)
explaining the background of the question, what has been read, what types of education there are in Turkey, “what supplements your question”
* “this feminist thinks about education + feminism + violence, domestic violence.
Not only heterosexual couples, but also gay couples should be analyzed as well.
The literature overview should demonstrate that you understand the relevant scholarly context of your diploma thesis. It should introduce the most important scholarship for the theoretical and conceptual framing of your thesis, which will later form the core of the theoretical/conceptual part of your thesis. The review should include journal articles and books, which present the main context of your topic, relevant up-to-date research, positions and arguments of your topic.
The literature overview is not an annotated bibliography nor it is a simple summary. Later on, it should serve as the foundation of the theoretical part of your thesis.
The literature review should make apparent the scholarly discussion in your chosen topic, i.e.:
– what is the current state of knowledge in your chosen topic
– what is the historical development of research and approaches to the chosen topic (i.e. what research and when was carried out, with what findings, what are the diverse approaches to the topic, etc.)
– what questions are considered important or controversial by authors who study this topic
– what are the controversies and argumentative positions in the topic (who holds them and based on what research or approaches)
The literature review should be structured. Its structure should reveal the future organization of the theoretical part of the thesis. It should show how the discussed literature is relevant to the planned research.

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The working thesis ( please refine) is: To reduce the gender inequality Latinas

The working thesis ( please refine) is: To reduce the gender inequality Latinas face at work, employers should eliminate the pay gap between genders through work rules, internal quantitative data, and mentorship programs because it is an ethical issue and stunts national economic growth.
Questions to be answered but not limited to:
what are the main issues Latinas face in the workforce
what percent of women make up the workforce
what percent of women are unemployed
what is the pay gap
what is the perception of Latinas in the workforce
what effect does gender inequality have on the nation and economy
How can we solve gender inequality in the workplace
At least 5 of the citations need to be primary sources, and identify which ones are
The paper should be between 25-40 double-spaced pages in APA. Your final submission must include the following:
● Title Page
● Abstract
● Table of Contents
● List of Tables and Figures (if applicable)
● Introduction
● Research Strategies
● A Review of the Literature
● Discussions and Conclusions
● Annotated Bibliography (All sources referenced in the paper should be listed and annotated in the bibliography.)
● Appendices (if applicable)

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Hello, I am looking for a thesis research question and statement that blends wom

Hello, I am looking for a thesis research question and statement that blends women in the workplace, gender inequality in the workplace, and feminism. It can be further narrowed to Latinas so that it is not too broad. As part of the proposal, please include three subquestions, what this thesis will prove, and a potential solution to the question. Below is an outline of the expectation.
* Thesis Statement
* Research Question
– 3 explorable subquestions to the topic
* What will the questions prove
* What is the solution

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This paper must consist of at least 6 different academic sources: This writing a

This paper must consist of at least 6 different academic sources: This writing assignment asks you to connect the study of art, media, and society using : radical textiles. Specifically the case study of the “Pussy Riot Balaclavas” 2012. Research Question: The physicality of the balaclavas the protesters wore resulted in more attention from society, how did the impact of having no identity allow their fight for gender equality to be heard and why was this successful? When using references please use footnotes and paraphrasing. Thank you.

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Hello, I have attached a paper that was written for me, and, unfortunately, I ha

Hello, I have attached a paper that was written for me, and, unfortunately, I had not mentioned to the writer that individual research was required. Please go over the paper and create a series of questions according to the information. I have attached additional papers from previous students that will help guide you. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you

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PURPOSE: To research 2 global feminist movements, and connect them to the materi

PURPOSE:
To research 2 global feminist movements, and connect them to the material covered during the course of the semester (via text, online readings, and class lectures).
1. Choose two global women’s movements per the Basu book, “Women’s Movements in the Global Era,” you’re interested in researching. You will compare and contrast their experiences and struggles as well as compare it to the struggles, issues and victories women in the United States have faced since the 1848 through the present. NOTE: You need not discuss the first, second and third waves of feminism in full – you are simply to connect the two global movements to feminism in the United States where applicable
2. Your paper should discuss the following for each global social movement:
1. Sociohistorical and political context, including a brief historical background on the countries you’re covering.
2. The status and roles of women in the past and currently.
3. Key struggles or issues in the past and present.
4. The names and contributions of at least 2 feminists per country = 4 total at minimum.
5. Include at least 2 timely news articles within the last 5 years that convey contemporary key issues as indicated above. These 2 news articles in total are not included in the minimum number of citations listed below.
6. Compare and contrast the two movements and connect them to US feminism where applicable. How are they similar? How are they different?
7. Use the appropriate terms and concepts learned in class this semester where applicable.
NOTE: Your analysis should incorporate the appropriate terms and concepts learned in class.
1. Your citations must include a minimum of 4 – 5 additional credible sources, not including the Basu text or the two timely news articles mentioned above. Examples: books or scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles (3 must be peer-reviewed journal articles).
1. Please see the librarian for assistance, if you need additional assistance aside from our library time as a class.
2. For more on scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles, see here:
https://library.sdsu.edu/research-services/research-help/peer-reviewed-articles
2. You must format your paper and citations according to the ASA Style Guide: ASA Style Guide:
https://www.asanet.org/sites/default/files/savvy/documents/teaching/pdfs/Quick_Tips_for_ASA_Style.pdf
3. Your personal opinions, experiences, and insight are welcomed in your analysis as long as your statements are supported.

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Assignment Instructions for Group Discussion Facilitation (15%) Students will be

Assignment Instructions for Group Discussion Facilitation (15%)
Students will be assigned to facilitate the Discussion Forum by alphabetical order starting with Week 3 (NB: sometimes, because enrollments are lower, we begin in Week 4 for Spring sessions…TBA).
Students may change their facilitation lesson with another group member if there are scheduling conflicts—to switch your scheduled facilitation, email the instructor with the student who has agreed to switch with you.
[PS: If needed, I will amalgamate groups that lose members over the course of the semester to ensure the fair sharing of work and an equitable opportunity for success! It’s hard to discuss and facilitate if a group has only 3 people.]
Each student will facilitate the Discussion Posts once throughout the semester.
The Facilitator must complete all tasks by the end of Day 7 of the lesson/week.
Note: the student facilitating is still responsible for their regular Post.
Key facilitation duties: offering help to other students in their group in the discussion posts for that week; helping to clarify concepts in the class; commenting on the posts of at least (minimum) 3 other student posts in the discussion for that week; completing a summary Discussion Post for that week by comparing, contrasting, expanding on and highlighting parts of the Discussion Posts of their fellow group members (due by end of the week, Day 7).
If no one shows up to the board during the lesson or posts late, go ahead and post stories, ideas, and reflections to fill in the gaps. I’m not going to penalize people if their group leaves them with no content, but I do need to see effort and attempted engagement.
Students who show initiative and add or develop amazing and enabling considerations will likely do well on this activity.
In summary: take the lead, generously provoke, spur, mobilize, moderate, comment, stir-up, push, clarify, and synthesize. These are the tasks for facilitators.
– – – – – – – – – – – —
I have attached 2 files which are 2 discussion posts from members of my group. Please make a very good reply to these following above instructions.
Also, in a third paragraph, summarize these posts and add anything that is important and go above and beyond.

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Assignment Instructions for Group Discussion Facilitation (15%) Students will be

Assignment Instructions for Group Discussion Facilitation (15%)
Students will be assigned to facilitate the Discussion Forum by alphabetical order starting with Week 3 (NB: sometimes, because enrollments are lower, we begin in Week 4 for Spring sessions…TBA).
Students may change their facilitation lesson with another group member if there are scheduling conflicts—to switch your scheduled facilitation, email the instructor with the student who has agreed to switch with you.
[PS: If needed, I will amalgamate groups that lose members over the course of the semester to ensure the fair sharing of work and an equitable opportunity for success! It’s hard to discuss and facilitate if a group has only 3 people.]
Each student will facilitate the Discussion Posts once throughout the semester.
The Facilitator must complete all tasks by the end of Day 7 of the lesson/week.
Note: the student facilitating is still responsible for their regular Post.
Key facilitation duties: offering help to other students in their group in the discussion posts for that week; helping to clarify concepts in the class; commenting on the posts of at least (minimum) 3 other student posts in the discussion for that week; completing a summary Discussion Post for that week by comparing, contrasting, expanding on and highlighting parts of the Discussion Posts of their fellow group members (due by end of the week, Day 7).
If no one shows up to the board during the lesson or posts late, go ahead and post stories, ideas, and reflections to fill in the gaps. I’m not going to penalize people if their group leaves them with no content, but I do need to see effort and attempted engagement.
Students who show initiative and add or develop amazing and enabling considerations will likely do well on this activity.
In summary: take the lead, generously provoke, spur, mobilize, moderate, comment, stir-up, push, clarify, and synthesize. These are the tasks for facilitators.
– – – – – – – – – – – —
I have attached 2 files which are 2 discussion posts from members of my group. Please make a very good reply to these following above instructions.
Also, in a third paragraph, summarize these posts and add anything that is important and go above and beyond.

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Your main goal is to use these readings and other texts to make an argument abou

Your main goal is to use these readings and other texts to make an argument about the prison industrial complex (PIC) and its relationship to gender, health, and the environment, as well as other foundational concepts we focused on in the first module of the class, particularly environmental justice, dis/ability, racism, and nation.
If you find it helpful to focus your essay around a specific question, focus it around this:
How does thinking about the prison industrial complex and/or people in prisons change or expand your understanding of the concepts we have been talking about this semester?
Assignment Purpose: To deepen your understanding of the subject by providing a structure for you think through a major concept and key pieces of evidence. The important part here is demonstrating the serious thinking and the struggle to learn something, using course reading as your essential building blocks.
Requirements:
For this assignment, you are required to draw directly and substantially from 3-5 assigned chapters, articles, or documentaries from this module of the class.
The essay should be a minimum of 1,000 words but no longer than 1,500 words.
This should be a final publish of your work, meaning that you have read through the finished essay at least once and:
corrected any grammatical or typographical errors to the absolute best of your ability,
ensured that the introduction and conclusion belong to the same paper and make the same point (sometimes our intentions drift as we get writing),
and made sure each part of the essay makes sense and contributes to the whole.
You must cite any sources you consult (including those used for class), and properly quote anything you use in your essay. You should have a bibliography. If you got the idea to connect 2 concepts from something you read, you must give the author credit by citing them. These citations should be formatted according to Chicago style requirements.
GRADING CRITERIA
Clear thesis statement
Can you tell what the thesis of the paper is? Is the thesis statement in the appropriate place in the paper? Does the paper actually do what the thesis statement says it will? Is the thesis statement debatable?
Strong
OK
Weak
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFlow between introduction, body, and conclusion
Does each paragraph have a topic statement? Does each paragraph flow from the previous (i.e. did you experience any paragraphs as a jolt to your reading)? Is each paragraph less than a page long? Does the paper have a conclusion? Does the conclusion build on the body of the paper?
Strong
OK
Weak
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFew grammatical errors and typos
Did you identify many misspellings or grammatical problems?
Strong
OK
Weak
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCitation format
Does the paper use in-text (author year) citation? Does the paper have a references list? Does each citation contain all of the important information? Is the information in the correct order and format?
Strong
OK
Weak
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength and other assignment requirements
Is the paper the minimum length required? Is the paper formatted in a readable way?
Strong
OK
Weak
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCritical Analysis
Does the paper make an argument beyond directly restating the readings? Does the paper demonstrate that the author has learned or developed their analysis of the topic through the writing and reading process? Are there interesting points? Did the paper make you consider or think about something differently?
Strong
OK
Weak
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAppropriate use of examples from readings/movies/texts
Does the paper use examples from the required number of readings or texts? Apply them correctly? Apply them consistently? Are there places where this paper could make use of specific concepts we have covered but does not?
Strong
OK
Weak
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFocus on topic question
Is the paper primarily about the module topic?
Strong
OK
Weak