Women’s equality

In this course, you have looked at classical ethical theories of utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics. You have also examined different perspectives on ethical issues introduced by relativism, ethical egoism, and emotivism. For this paper, you will apply these theories and perspectives to a current issue, selected from the list of issues below. In your paper, you will apply the ethical theories and perspectives to the issue that you select. You do not have to use all six, but you should apply at least two ethical theories and at least one ethical perspective in your paper. Make sure that you write primarily on ethical topics and concepts; do not get distracted by doing analyses that apply political, economic, religious, or legal perspectives. Describe, compare, and apply the ethical theories and perspectives to the topics. Explain your analysis of the issue using these theories and perspectives. What are the ethical issues? Where there breaches of ethical behavior? How could each theory help people think about what constitutes virtuous or ethical behavior? Your draft must include at least three pages of text plus a title page and a references page. Your draft should include a clear thesis statement that states what you plan to argue. Also include a list of the sources you intend to use.

Women’s Labor

Women’s Labor Assignment
Word Count: Incorporate at least 250–300 words for your letter

Topic: For this Assignment, you will put yourself in the shoes of a newly-arrived female immigrant in the first 10–15 years of the 20th Century; you will write a letter home to loved ones regarding your experiences living in a settlement house in New York City and working in a factory. (Refer to the Dubois & Dumenil course text for information regarding the settlement house movement.)

Review the following web sources for this letter Assignment:

Content: In your letter home, identify the year of your letter, and your country of origin (i.e., Germany, Poland, Ireland, etc.).

Include your thoughts about arriving in the United States, and your initial thoughts about the city of New York.

Address your experiences living in a settlement house in New York City.

Consider your work in a factory. Identify the type of factory in which you work; consider the working conditions, hours, pay, etc.

Unionization: Indicate that you have been approached about joining a union, and consider what might be some of the challenges and advantages of becoming involved in a union.

The Feminization of Migration Flows

The Feminization of Migration Flows
Listed are three groups of workers and three questions. Choose one group of workers and answer all three of the questions as they relate to that group of workers in an essay format.
Workers: (1) nannies, (2) domestic workers (including elderly care), and (3) sex workers.
1. How does the group relate to the title of the book, “nannies, maids, sex workers in the new economy”? (consider the global push/pull forces they experience).
2. A global labor supply (female migrants) meets a local labor demand (their employer/workplace), what is not considered by a traditional economic analysis of this relationship? In other words, considering the work of the women, what do the economic dynamics of supply and demand not explain about this work?
3. How is this precarious labor and are there other vulnerabilities/sacrifices of the work?
4. Introduction and Conclusion In the conclusion discuss how this work reflects the gendered division of labor and the role of men in the book Global Woman.

African American Women Discrimination in Workplace


African American Women Discrimination in Workplace (diversity situation or cultural dilemma)

Write a 660 word paper that builds upon your analysis of the subculture and subgroup identified in the discussion forum. Include the following in your assignment:

  1. One to two paragraphs describing the diversity situation or cultural dilemma(African American Women Discrimination in Workplace) and your interest in this topic
  2. Two to four paragraphs indicating the social identities related to members affected by the diversity situation or cultural dilemma (African American Women Discrimination in Workplace)
  3. One-paragraph arguing for and one paragraph arguing against the situation or dilemma from each of the following perspectives:
    1. As a member of each of the affected cultural groups
    2. As an external observer, not impacted by the situation or dilemma


Critical Film Reflection

Title : Critical Film Reflection

YOU WILL NEED TO WATCH THE FILM “Chocolat” by Claire Denis in order to write this paper.

This paper should reflect on Historical Present – we can not understand contemporary issues without looking at the historical. There is a historical resin left on the present. Domestic subversions – culture is made and reproduced. PAY ATTENTION TO HISTORICAL RESIN. 

Stoler (Uploaded reading) – look at sentiment and Emotion


Critical Film Reflection: 

In no more than 4.5 pages (and no less than 3 pages, double spaced, 12 point font), using course themes and concepts, reflect on Claire Denis’ film, Chocolat. 

You will only use two sources: The film – Chocolat by Claire Denis and the other is – Stoler, Ann Laura (1995), “Domestic Subversions and Children’s Sexualities”, in Race and The Education of Desire: Foucault’s History of Sexuality and the Colonial Order of Things, Duke University Press, Pp. 137-164 (This paper will be uploaded to the site.

– I will also upload the lecture slides that go with this paper and will assist in writing this paper. 


Do not simply recite the film’s events, but create a thesis that allows for a critical reflection on the film and what it communicates to its reader. 

Use ideas from the class readings, class discussion, and your own ideas about what makes the film important (or not).

Guiding questions that might help your reflection:

What do we learn about girlhood from this film? What do we learn about how race, gender and racial supremacy impacts girlhood? Is this film about childhood, about adulthood, about both? How and Why? What does childhood have to do with colonial histories? What do you think the filmmaker’s motivation for making the film was? What is your critique of the film/what is it lacking/what does it do well?

In your reflection, make sure to cite in MLA or APA format.

Be very, very careful when citing and using the internet to find out information about the movie (if you do so). Be sure not to plagiarize and to create original work. Always reference someone else’s words/world/ideas properly.

Number of pages: 4  Number of sources: 2  Citation style: apa  Academic level: graduate  Course name: Women and Gender Studies – Politics of Girlhood  Course level:University Senior

Women In Leadership

Women In Leadership

3-4 page APA format paper on the (pros & cons ) of Women in Leadership positions. How their responsibilities affects family/marriage? Do they get the same opportunites and respect as men?

women and the economy

1. What is an intertemporal commitment mechanism and why does it matter?

2. Two groups in the U.S. have had particularly sharp declines in marriage. Identify them and discuss the possible underlying causes and evidence, as appropriate.

3. The analyses of fertility in Ch 5 and labor force participation (Ch 7) fit together in that both involve women’s time use decisions and changes in the price of time. Present a discussion that links together the pieces of the two chapters in a way that emphasizes the parallel effects.

Women, Slaves, and Free Blacks in the Civil War

Write a 350-word response to each of the following groups of questions:

  • What roles did Northern women play in the war effort on the Union side during the Civil War? What roles did Southern women play in the war effort on the Confederate side during the Civil War? How did the war affect each group?

  • What roles did Black slaves play in the Civil War? What roles did free Blacks play in the Civil War? How did the war affect each group?

Format your responses consistent with APA guidelines.