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Resources: Gendered Voice, Feminist Visions by Shaw and Lee Seventh Edition
Two paragraphs each question.
1. Discuss the politics of sterilization practices in terms of the intersections of systems of inequality and privilege with these procedures. – [For example, see the Chapter 7 intro materials; Reading #45]
2. Explain the trend in women’s fertility. What are the reasons why women might want to control their fertility? – [For example, he Chapter 7 intro materials; Reading #45]
3. How family (including marriage and parenthood) works as an institution to regulate social norms about gender, sexuality, race, and class — [For example, see the Chapter 8 intro materials; readings #50, #52 and #54]
4. How feminists differ from each other in relation to the politics of marriage and parenthood, specifically what these different perspectives are and how they overlap and conflict — [For example, see the Chapter 8 intro materials; Reading #50 and 52]
5. What barriers women face when entering the corporate workforce and how women can fight back against these barriers — [For example, see the Chapter 9 intro materials, reading #57 and #59]
6. How racism, sexism, and classism impact the experiences of women in the paid labor force — [For example, see the Chapter 9 intro materials; reading #57, 59 and 60]
7. How people can work to end violence against women and support victims of gendered violence [For example, see the Chapter 10 intro materials; reading #63 and #66]
8. What sex trafficking is, how it is a form of gendered violence, and how it impacts women in the United States and Missouri specifically [For example, see the Chapter 10 intro materials; reading #65]
9. What challenges women soldiers face when joining the military, and how these challenges reinforce sexism and racism [For example, see the Chapter 11 intro materials and reading #73]
10. How the criminal justice system maintains social inequalities and perpetuates sexism, racism, and classism [For example, see the Chapter 11 intro materials]
11. What barriers still prevent individuals from joining the feminist movement, and how these can be overcome [For example, see the Chapter 13 intro materials; reading #86 and #89]
12. What kinds of inclusive activist strategies feminists are utilizing in the current day to make change [For example, see the Chapter 13 intro materials; reading #89 and #91]