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WS 200 / Spring 2019 Experiences 30% of class grade (10% for each experience) Assignment: This semester, you will complete three experiential assignments and submit a 500-word reflection on the experience. These experiences should give you the opportunity to apply course concepts to real-life situations and to engage with the communities around you in a different way. You will submit your experience reflections online as you complete them. In your reflection, be sure to explain what experience you completed, to reflect on how it went for you, and to connect it to course concepts and texts, in addition to whatever the prompt asks of you. You should aim to distribute your experiences across the semester, beginning as soon as possible. All three must be submitted by the end of dead week (4/21). Suggested Due Dates: Experience 1: Sunday, Feb. 10 Experience 2: Sunday, March 10 Experience 3: Sunday, April 14 Choose 3 different experiences from the list below. You may also attend one additional departmental speaker event for extra credit. WS 200 / Spring 2019 Experiences (choose 3) 1. University Lecture: Attend a relevant lecture at the university. Events hosted by the Gender and Race Studies department will always count for this, in addition to other events related to course topics. 2. Community Event: Attend a non-university event that relates to course topics. 3. Activism: Attend or participate in some sort of activism or protest related to feminist issues. 4. Art Event: Attend a relevant art exhibit, drag show, burlesque show, theatrical performance, etc. 5. Movie Analysis: Watch a movie and write an analysis of its treatment of issues we have discussed in class. How does it portray or discuss gender, race, class, sexuality, etc.? 6. Documentary: Watch a documentary that is relevant to course content but not part of class assignments, and write about it. 7. Drag: Dress in drag, and reflect on the experience. 8. Gender Observer: Attend a social event, and act as an observer. Take note of how identity is operating in the space, and try to act as an anthropologist. Who is there? How do they interact with each other? What sorts of gender norms do you see being established, enforced, or challenged? 9. Conversation: Start a conversation about some course topic with someone you wouldn’t normally talk about this stuff with. 10. Generational Interview: Conduct an interview with someone of an older generation, focusing on their experiences and understandings of gender, and its intersections with race, sexuality, class, disability. Talk about their experience of gender roles and the changes they have observed. 11. Local Feminist Interview: Conduct an interview with someone who strongly identifies as a feminist. Find out what issues matter to them, what sort of work they do, and how they came to identify as a feminist. 12. Conduct a Survey: Select an issue that you think is important, and conduct your own research by creating a survey and gathering data from a population you have access to (UA students, etc.). Write about your findings. 13. Educational Materials: Select a topic that you think people need to know more about, and create some sort of education material about it. This might take many forms (pamphlet, wiki page, comic, game, zine, etc.) Think about what audience you are directing it at (something for young children will be different something for college students), and be creative! 14. Creative Writing: Write poetry, fiction, or memoir that explores gender and identity issues. 15. Other: If you have an idea for an experience that doesn’t quite fit into one the options listed above, just check in with me about it before doing your write-up.
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Movie Analysis (experience 5) – Outline
Thesis statement: The film Juno is an American comedy movie produced in 20007 and features
a 16 years old teenage girl Juno Macguff who is impregnated by Paulee Bleeker after engaging
in sex in a recliner armchair
I. Issues Identified In The Movie
A. The issue of gender has been a controversial topic particularly the fact that the
social system is designed in a way that it promotes gender imbalance and
inequality which works to the advantage of the women while the men enjoy the
B. Because of her gender as a woman, Juno does not have a choice but to carry her
mistake on her body
C. Bleeker who impregnated her, on the other hand, is relieved of several
responsibilities that Juno must bear a woman
D. Considering, the fact that the whole movie is about teenage pregnancy, it out the
theme of sexuality Juno and Bleeker serves as a perfect example of how sexuality
is perceived in society
E. Going deeper into the movie, another critical issue that shows is the concept of
social class and its effects in society.
F. The concept of social class manifests at the part of the movie where she
continuously states that her choice to engage in sex with Bleeker was because they
were bored and only spends most of her time with friends

Running head: MOVIE ANALYSIS


Movie Analysis (experience 5)


Movie Analysis (experience 5)

The film Juno is an American comedy movie produced in 20007 and features a 16 years
old teenage girl Juno Macguff who is impregnated by Paulee Bleeker after engaging in sex in a
recliner armchair. Juno, of course, is not prepared for having a baby and considers doing
abortion. However, as she gets to the hospital, one of her classmates who are protesting the
abortion convinces her no...

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