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I will give you a better tip if i pass this class.

please look at the paper you submitted and add what feedback the instructor gave and peer students. I HAVE NO IDEA HOW YOU ADD THAT> MAYBE SAY per instructor/peer: and then add it? I will attach the final rough publish copy once you accept the job. i have no idea what grade i got but sent you a tip anyway because i thought the paper really good. I will give you a better tip if i pass this class. Plus, i want to work with you to write the entire paper. i did not put it in chapter form. feel free to revert back to chapter form. PLEASE NO REFERENCES FROM OTHER LANGUAGES> I have to find nearly all references in my school library data base! all references must be in the last 9 years and be mostbcily from literature not books thx

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What articles will you add or withdraw?

Midterm Take Home Exam
This is an open book take home exam. It consists of two parts. In part one, you will need to write and submit one essay, a poem, a painting or a video in response to one of the two essay questions. In part two, please select three out of the four questions, and write short 2 paragraph answers. Alternatively, you may write a review of a book of your choice (maximum 7 pages). You will need to check-in with me in advance to make sure you can review the book of your choice.
You have 10 days to complete your take home exam. Please submit all answers in one word document or paste them on Blackboard.
Due on Blackboard by 29 October, 11:30pm
Late submissions will affect your grade (in fairness to students who submit their work in time) unless you have accommodations with the Ross Center. Students who require an extension and who do not have accommodations through the Ross Center must ask for extension in writing at least four days before your exam answers are due before the paper is due.
Grading:
This exam will account for 20% of your final grade.
Guidelines:
Overall, your responses should be 7-10 pages (1,750-2,500 words) in double space, using Times New Roman, 12 points (7 pages if you are writing a book review). This excludes the bibliography.
If you opted to write an essay/op-ed or a one-page document, it should include an introduction and a conclusion. The body of the document should be organized in short paragraphs that in the end, present a coherent argument or arguments and support these arguments. You need to demonstrate that you have read the articles, book chapters, and policy documents and conventions we covered during the first part of this Semester. You need to demonstrate critical and synthesized thinking. Your answers will likely include references to some of the concepts we learned so far (e.g. gender, sovereignty, interdisciplinarity, and intersectionality). Please define any concepts you use. Feel free to cite or quote the textbook or other sources, but do not copy your entire answer.
Remember to include a bibliography at the end of your exam document. Please use Harvard citation style. https://www.citethisforme.com/harvard-referencing
Part 1: Essay Questions – Answer one question. Your answer will account for 11% of your final grade
Either:
Essay Question # 1
You work for a local civil society or non-governmental organization that is working in a village in a rural part of a country in South Asia. Your organization wants to ensure communities in this rural area have access to healthcare. You are responsible for preparing a one-page document that your organization may use in a campaign to ensure access to healthcare for the population in the area. Based on General Comment 14 on the Right to the Highest Attainable Standard of Health: what will you ask the government to do? Is it enough to ask merely for a healthcare center? Why? Why not? If you know the government (which signed and ratified the International Covenant on Social, Economic, and Cultural Right does not have sufficient resources to cover healthcare you identified, would this government be violating international law if it was unable to cover healthcare? Why? Why not?
Feel free to write a poem or submit a painting or a video that speaks to this question, instead of the one-page document, but answer the questions in bold. Or: Essay Question # 2
Having read the AWID article on intersectionality and human rights, if you had to write a blog for a human rights or women’s organization on how an intersectional analysis helps us understand and assess the impact of intersecting aspects of our differences on access to human rights, how would you do so? Write a short essay that addresses the following questions:
What would an intersectional analysis help us understand?
Name three advantages of such thinking. Please provide an example or a case study, from the articles we read on intersectionality, and/or from your personal experience. Do not forget to define the concept of intersectionality.
Feel free to write a poem or submit a painting or a video that speaks to this question, instead of the one-page document, but answer the questions in bold. Part 2: Questions/Short Answers – Pick 3 – each will account for 3% of your final grade
Question # 1
Which documents compose the International Bill of Rights? When was each of the documents comprising the Bill of Rights adopted? What historical factors account for the gap between the adoption of the documents that compose the Bill of Rights? What roles have “power politics and non-governmental organization activism” played “in shaping international human rights after World War II” according to Darren Kew et. al.?
Question # 2
What are the advantages and limitations of the UDHR? Today, would you add or withdraw any article from the declaration? What articles will you add or withdraw? Please justify your answer.
Question # 3
Human Rights is an interdisciplinary field: discuss. What is the relevance of the study of human rights to your current or potential major?
Question # 4
In his 2018 lecture, “Decolonising Human Rights”, Salil Shetty defined the present as an “anxious moment” with regard to human rights. Why? Shetty used the lens of decolonisation to make three arguments about the history, the present and the future of human rights. What are these arguments? What is the relationship between decolonization and the order of human rights? Are these two political projects antagonistic (opposed or incompatible)?
Good Luck
let me know if you guys need anything else. Please follow the assigment as written, I dont care what question is easiest. Maybe spend 7 pages or so on the big question and the 8th just to answbcier the short answer ones.

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What is the relevance of the study of human rights to your current or potential major?

Midterm Take Home Exam
This is an open book take home exam. It consists of two parts. In part one, you will need to write and submit one essay, a poem, a painting or a video in response to one of the two essay questions. In part two, please select three out of the four questions, and write short 2 paragraph answers.
Alternatively, you may write a review of a book of your choice (maximum 7 pages). You will need to check-in with me in advance to make sure you can review the book of your choice.
You have 10 days to complete your take home exam. Please submit all answers in one word document or paste them on Blackboard.
Due on Blackboard by 29 October, 11:30pm
Late submissions will affect your grade (in fairness to students who submit their work in time) unless you have accommodations with the Ross Center. Students who require an extension and who do not have accommodations through the Ross Center must ask for extension in writing at least four days before your exam answers are due before the paper is due.
Grading:
This exam will account for 20% of your final grade.
Guidelines:
Overall, your responses should be 7-10 pages (1,750-2,500 words) in double space, using Times New Roman, 12 points (7 pages if you are writing a book review). This excludes the bibliography.
If you opted to write an essay/op-ed or a one-page document, it should include an introduction and a conclusion. The body of the document should be organized in short paragraphs that in the end, present a coherent argument or arguments and support these arguments.
You need to demonstrate that you have read the articles, book chapters, and policy documents and conventions we covered during the first part of this Semester. You need to demonstrate critical and synthesized thinking.
Your answers will likely include references to some of the concepts we learned so far (e.g. gender, sovereignty, interdisciplinarity, and intersectionality). Please define any concepts you use.
Feel free to cite or quote the textbook or other sources, but do not copy your entire answer.
Remember to include a bibliography at the end of your exam document. Please use Harvard citation style. https://www.citethisforme.com/harvard-referencing
Part 1: Essay Questions – Answer one question. Your answer will account for 11% of your final grade
Either:
Essay Question # 1
You work for a local civil society or non-governmental organization that is working in a village in a rural part of a country in South Asia. Your organization wants to ensure communities in this rural area have access to healthcare. You are responsible for preparing a one-page document that your organization may use in a campaign to ensure access to healthcare for the population in the area. Based on General Comment 14 on the Right to the Highest Attainable Standard of Health: what will you ask the government to do? Is it enough to ask merely for a healthcare center? Why? Why not? If you know the government (which signed and ratified the International Covenant on Social, Economic, and Cultural Right does not have sufficient resources to cover healthcare you identified, would this government be violating international law if it was unable to cover healthcare? Why? Why not?
Feel free to write a poem or submit a painting or a video that speaks to this question, instead of the one-page document, but answer the questions in bold.
Or:
Essay Question # 2
Having read the AWID article on intersectionality and human rights, if you had to write a blog for a human rights or women’s organization on how an intersectional analysis helps us understand and assess the impact of intersecting aspects of our differences on access to human rights, how would you do so? Write a short essay that addresses the following questions:
What would an intersectional analysis help us understand?
Name three advantages of such thinking.
Please provide an example or a case study, from the articles we read on intersectionality, and/or from your personal experience.
Do not forget to define the concept of intersectionality.
Feel free to write a poem or submit a painting or a video that speaks to this question, instead of the one-page document, but answer the questions in bold.
Part 2: Questions/Short Answers – Pick 3 – each will account for 3% of your final grade
Question # 1
Which documents compose the International Bill of Rights? When was each of the documents comprising the Bill of Rights adopted? What historical factors account for the gap between the adoption of the documents that compose the Bill of Rights? What roles have “power politics and non-governmental organization activism” played “in shaping international human rights after World War II” according to Darren Kew et. al.?
Question # 2
What are the advantages and limitations of the UDHR? Today, would you add or withdraw any article from the declaration? What articles will you add or withdraw? Please justify your answer.
Question # 3
Human Rights is an interdisciplinary field: discuss. What is the relevance of the study of human rights to your current or potential major?
Question # 4
In his 2018 lecture, “Decolonising Human Rights”, Salil Shetty defined the present as an “anxious moment” with regard to human rights. Why? Shetty used the lens of decolonisation to make three arguments about the history, the present and the future of human rights. What are these arguments? What is the relationship between decolonization and the order of human rights? Are these two political projects antagonistic (opposed or incompatible)?
Good Luck
let me know if you guys need anything else. Please follow the assigment as written, I dont care what question is easiest. Maybe spend 7 pages or so on the big question and the 8th just to answbcier the short answer ones.

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The second is a discussion post response to one of the questions.

Follow the instructions attached in Strictly. The first part involved Making four bullet points that summarize each article in 30-40 words. The second is a discussion post response to one of the questions. Belbciow are the links to the material.
https://www.npr.org/2022/05/10/1097482967/roe-v-wade-supreme-court-abortion-period-apps
https://helloclue.com/podcast/hormonal-podcast-clue/reproductive-choice-and-reproductive-justice
https://www.vox.com/recode/23271323/roe-dobbs-abortion-data-privacy

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Midterm exam is what your assignment is.

Midterm exam is what your assignment is. And attached are documents to help complete assignment. Also here are web links to help with the midterm assignment as well :
1. https://www.un.org/en/global-issues/human-rights
2. https://standup4humanrights.org/en/declaration.html
3. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dr6j8cZI0LU
4. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GDdJ-EI3sVU
bci5. https://www.un.org/en/global-issues/gender-equality
6. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/violence-against-women
7. http://cardozolawreview.com/reproductive-justice-and-transformative-constitutionalism/
8. https://www.thenation.com/article/world/latin-america-abortion-rights/

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How is this complicatbcied by the influence of the state?

What are some examples of the power elite influencing special interest groups in order to enforce patriarchal goals?
Find examples of the power elite as it relates to gender, race, and class.
How is this complicatbcied by the influence of the state?

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Why?

After reading Falcon’s essay, describe the ways in which migrant women are in danger at the US-Mexico border and why. In the essay, Cynthia Enloe describes the conditions for and types of militarized border rape. What type do the cases in this research fit? Reflecting on this issue, do you think mainstream news media perpetuatbcies or helps this problem? Why?

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What is “identity tourism”?bci do you think this is problematic?

Drawing from both Nemoto’s and Nakamura’s essays, how are racism, sexism, and homophobia represented (or not) in the popular culture we consume? To what extent can we be held accountable for who and what we desire? What is “identity tourism”?bci Do you think this is problematic?

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Do you have a works cited page?

Your short paper is due this Unit. Your short papers must be 3-4 full pages in length (content), double spaced, 12 pt. font, APA or MLA style, with a bibliography/works cited page. You must refer explicitly to the course materials throughout and use scholarly women’s and gender study sources if you draw from outside materials.
These are the standards upon which your paper is graded:
A. Content: Are you using appropriate materials from the course to respond to a prompt? Are you using the material accurately? Are you demonstrating an understanding of the materials by referring to the materials through direct quote, summary, and analysis? Are your central points/arguments valid or sound?
B. Structure: Is there an appropriate introduction, a clear body, and a conclusion? Do you transition well between points and paragraphs? Is the paper free of grammatical and spelling errors? Are you citing sources you use? Do you have a works cited page?
C. Application/Reflection: Do you apply the materials in new and original ways? Do you make appropriate connections between the materials or with outside materials? Are you critical in your reflections? Do you demonstrate an ability to reflect on your own life or contemporary issues?
I included four different in class sources that you could include into the paper if you find relevant. Ideally only two of them need to be in class sources , I just thought giving options would be easier to work with. Four sources would be enough. Two from the one I provided and then maybe two google scholar sourcebcis. Thank you so much.

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Be sure to quote or reference relevant passages of assigned materials to support your arguments.

Drawing on course readings and resources, respond to the following prompt in about 150 words. Be sure to quote or reference relevant passages of assigned materials to support your arguments.
What is reproductive oppression? What is reproductive Justice? How does an intersectional approach help us to understand reproductive oppression in the United States and why basic civil rights (such as liberty, privacy) are not enough to advance reproductive justice?
Cardozo Law Review 42, no. 3, http://cardozolawreview.com/reproductive-justice- and-transformative-constitutionalism/, p. 819-863 ONLY
• Omar G. Encarnacíon, “Gleaning Hope from Latin America,” The Natiobcin, May 18, 2022, https://www.thenation.com/article/world/latin-america-abortion-rights/