Following these directions, answer the questions below:
Answer using lecture, readings, discussion materials, the article provided. Do not use outside sources. There is no citation style because citation is not necessary. Simply reference by saying “According to X” and paraphrasing. Do not quote.
You are to answer each question by writing 1-3 paragraphs with full sentences. Each paragraph should be less than an entire page long. You may not answer with bullet points or by answering each part of the questions separately.
Please place the question number above your answer, writing “Question 1,” for example.
Your answers for each question should be between approximately 1-1.5 double spaced pages. Any writing longer than 1.5 pages per question will not be graded. NOTE: The page limit is 1.5 pages per question, NOT total exam length.
Your document should be in 12 point Times New Roman font with standard margins.
You will be graded based upon the quality of your answers AND your writing style. You can seek support with proof-reading, however only you may write your exam.
Remember to put your name on your work when you turn it in to Canvas.
If someone were to say that racism no longer exists, what are at least three examples of contemporary racial/ethnic inequality that you could use to counter their argument? What does it mean to say that race is a social/political construction? Provide at least three historic examples of the construction of race.
What does it mean to “do gender?” Provide examples from West & Zimmerman’s, article, “Doing Gender.” Using specific examples from the film, Tough Guise 2, how does the media create violent masculinity, and what are the ramifications? According to the film “Hunting Ground” how and why do universities respond to sexual violence?
What is the “push/pull” model for explaining immigration, and why is it inaccurate? Why is it important to include the ways that the US has perpetrated the “push” factors? One fallacy of the “push/pull” model is that the US offers safety, economic prosperity, and freedom to immigrants. Using the film “For a Different World” AND “No Más Bebés,” argue against that fallacy.
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