Social Issues and Phenomena Term Paper
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|# OF PAGES & WORD COUNT||10≈ 2750 WORDS|
For the PAPER option, please write a 10-12-page paper.
Pick EITHER one social institution (e.g. a community service organization, educational institution, government and/or legal institution, health care institution, the justice system, religious organization, social welfare institution, etc.) OR one social issue (e.g. bullying, problematic substance use, immigration, violence, job security, etc.) OR one social phenomenon (e.g. online activism, divorce, medical transition fundraising parties, etc.).
Using the Library system, locate 4-5 articles, books or book chapters that address the relationship between non-normatively sexed and/or gendered people and your selected social institution, issue, or phenomenon. These should be scholarly publications – you can supplement your analysis with grey literature, like blogs, newsletters, conference proceedings, editorials, but these are in addition to the 5-6 scholarly publications (if at all).
In your paper, please include:
An introduction, where you identify which important social institution, issue, or phenomenon on which your paper will focus. Include remarks on why it is relevant or salient to a discussion about sex and gender generally, and to non-normatively sexed and/or gendered people specifically.
A summary or synthesis of what the 4-5 publications that you selected have to say about the relationship between sex, gender, the populations of interest and your selected social institution or social issue:
How does the social institution/issue/phenomenon frame, understand, restrict sex and/or gender, including sex assignment, legal sex, gender identity and/or gender expression? How does this framing/understanding impact/affect the non-normatively sexed and/or gendered people? Are all people affected in the same ways?
How is the social institution/issue/phenomenon impacting and affecting the population of interest? Are all people affected in the same ways?
What methodology/method did the authors use to gather information about this institution/issue? What are the strengths/limits of their methodological approach? Who is missing from their work?
A conclusion, where you summarize your paper and make suggestions on how to address the social issue or phenomenon in gender-inclusive ways or improve the social institution to better see/serve intersex, trans, non-binary and/or other non-normatively gendered people.
A bibliography. This bibliography is NOT included in the page count.
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