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Argumentation / Research Paper

Minimum Length: 1,200 words

Your first four essay assignments were designed to focus on specific critical thinking and writing skills.

Your fifth assignment, an argumentative research paper, will incorporate the skills you have developed throughout this course, and will develop new skills in research. For this assignment, you will:

  • Generate your own topic concerning the intersection of two aspects of identity.You can go in-depth about an issue of gender identity as it relates to something else like cultural identity or the media. Or, you can challenge a stereotype concerning aspects of identity. As long as you are making an argument that addresses two aspects of identity, you'll be on the right track. Your topic must be cleared by me before you being writing.
  • Make an argument about your topic. This argument must be clearly stated in a working thesis statement. All body paragraphs must be focused and organized, clearly relating back to your thesis.
  • Research sources appropriate to your topic, and effectively use those sources as evidence to support and prove your thesis. Although you may use articles in your reader, you must research and use at least three* outside sources. We will discuss research methods and ways to incorporate sources into your writing in class.
  • Cite all sources using MLA Format. Your paper must include proper parenthetical citations and a Works Cited page. We will go over MLA citation in class, and you haveEveryday Writer as a reference.

*A Few Notes about Required Sources: Your sources must be reputable and reliable. Good sources include the following:

  • Scholarly books
  • Scholarly journals
  • Some websites (We will be discussing internet sources during the research workshop.)

You may use the following but they will not count toward your minimum and you must identify your intent in use:

  • newspapers (San Francisco Chronicle, New York Times, etc.)
  • magazines (Time, Newsweek, etc.)

Remember that a well researched paper will include a variety of sources. Also, remember that for academic papers, books and scholarly journals tend to provide the best information.

  • All of your sources must be a current (2011 or later) book or article from a scholarly journal.
  • While you are encouraged to reference primary sources (song lyrics, advertisements, television shows, movies, photos and other art, etc.), these can not count toward your three required sources.

THIS ASSIGNMENT IS IMPORTANT!!! No matter what discipline you are in, you will have to write well-researched papers. Sometimes, you will have to generate your own topics. Other times you may be given a broad topic that you have to narrow and focus for research. You need to get used to finding good sources (not just whatever pops up first in a Google search), and figuring out ways to effectively integrate those sources into your own writing. Research papers are the cornerstone of many upper-division and writing intensive courses.

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Religion and Gender
Introduction
While it is expected that religious groups are supposed to practice social and gender
equality, religions all over the world have been a platform for gender inequality. In the past,
several religions considered the male gender superior to the female gender and therefore
prioritized the male gender. While some religions have embraced gender inclusiveness, others
still prefer the male gender over the female gender. This is depicted in several occasions
including in the holding of leadership positions in several religions.
Relationship between Gender and Religion
Religion is one of the major platforms in society where societal teachings are given to
members of the society. Society comprises of the male and female gender who also are active
participants in religion. Gender relationships are therefore very important in religion. Some
religions stipulate that religious teachings in these religions ought to be given by people of
particular genders. Marriage is also paramount in society and it is a religious ceremony as well
(Gender 23). Marriages involve the coming together of individuals of different genders to form a
union. This basically means that gender is tied to religion in several ways.
There are also several theories that seek to explain the relationship between gender and
religion. While some of these theories focus on the diversity of gender in religion, others focus
on the hierarchy of gender in religion. Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and other
religions all over the world have different views of religion. While Christians believe that God

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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