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Instructions

Part One of Applied Final Project,  Playing with Gender: Understanding Our Gendered Selves: "My Gendered Story"  (20% of course grade; due end of Week Three) 3 pages (750-1000 words)

All parts of this project should be formatted in APA style (follow for both essay and citation styles):   https://libguides.umgc.edu/c.php?g=1003870

Purpose: Understanding the Basic Terms and Theories of Gender

In this part of the project, you will demonstrate that you understand the basic concepts of the sociological study of gender and the social construction of gender. You will turn in a three-page (750-1000 words) paper discussing your gendered story; in other words, describe how you currently "do gender" every day, and explain how this came to be.

Part One, "My Gendered Story," should have two main sections of about equal length:

Section 1 (about 1.5 pages (400-500 words)): 

·

· Begin with who you are now, how you "do gender" from morning until bedtime (and maybe even throughout the night if you have small children), and how you exist as a gendered being in society.

· Provide detailed examples of your gendered routine. Consider what you wear, the products you use, how you interact with friends, family members, and coworkers, and so forth. Describe how you interact with different people and institutions in society as a gendered being and how the institutions themselves are gendered.

· Use what you have learned in the course materials about different institutions in society, such as the media, the workplace, the family, medicine, religion, the criminal justice system, the educational system, the government, laws, and politics. Explain how gender informs the largest and the smallest decisions in your everyday life (your lifestyle, relationships, career, etc.). You do not need to cover all of these categories; they are listed here as an aid to thinking about how you perform gender throughout your daily life.

· For full credit, include at least three (3) examples as described above.

· Define  gendergender rolegendered institutiondoing gender, and the  social construction of  gender as part of your paper.  These definitions can appear in a separate paragraph, or each term can be defined when you first use it in the paper.

Section 2 (about 1.5 pages (400-500 words)): 

·

· Once you have discussed who you are now, explain how you got here.

· How were you socialized into the particular gendered being that you are now? Where did you learn your gender? What institutions and social groups shaped who you are today?

· Be very specific and provide examples for each institution and social group (e.g., My mother always dressed me in pink and taught me to cook and clean; At religious school I was told/expected to …; My role in the family was. . ., My teachers told me. . ., I was encouraged to participate in. . ., My father taught me to shave, etc.).

· For full credit, include at least three (3) examples from three different institutions as described above.

· The discussion in Section 2 should clearly relate to the examples of how you "do gender" presented in Section 1. For example, if you talk about wearing makeup or a tie in Section 1, you could discuss how you learned to do so and to feel comfortable with it in Section 2.

· Refer to the learning resources directly as needed in this section (at least twice) to support your claims about gender and/or to connect your personal experience to the larger context of sociological scholarship.

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Part One: My Gendered Story Course: SOCY 325 7380 The Sociology of Gender (2228)

Criteria Excellent: Points Possible 20 points

Good: Points Possible 17 points

Satisfactory: Points Possible 15 points

Barely Satisfactory: Points Possible 13 points

Unsatisfactory: Points Possible 10 points

Criterion Score

Overall Writing

and Formatting

/ 20

Concepts of

Doing Gender

/ 20

Examples of

Doing Gender,

Gendered

Institutions, and

Gendered

Decisions

/ 20

Concept of

Gender

Socialization

/ 20

Student provides a

well-written and

grammatically

correct paper with

little to no

spelling, citation,

or grammatical

errors. Student

follows length and

formatting

guidelines.

Student provides a

well-written paper

with fewer than 4

spelling, citation,

and grammatical

errors. Student

follows length and

formatting

guidelines.

Student provides a

paper with many

spelling, citation,

and grammatical

mistakes, though

paper is still

comprehensible.

Paper is too short

OR does not

follow formatting

guidelines.

Student provides

paper that is not

proofread and that

contains multiple

spelling, citation,

and grammatical

errors, some

making the paper

difficult to follow

in places. Student

does not follow

length or

formatting

guidelines.

Student provides

paper that is

difficult to read

throughout and

that does not

follow length or

formatting

guidelines.

Student displays a

clear

understanding of

key terms from

the text by

providing

definitions and

critically thinking

about these terms.

Student displays a

clear

understanding of

key terms from

the text by

providing

definitions from

the text.

Student defines

key terms from

the text but has a

limited

understanding of

the terms.

Student does not

define all key

terms required

and has a limited

understanding of

the terms.

Student does not

define or

understand key

terms.

Student provides

at least

three relevant

examples related

to his or her

everyday life.

Student provides

one or

two relevant

examples related

to his or her

everyday life.

Student provides

examples that may

not be completely

relevant to key

concepts or to his

or her everyday

life.

Student provides

examples that are

irrelevant and that

show a lack of

understanding of

terms.

Student provides

no examples.

Student displays a

clear

understanding of

gender

socialization.

Student

understands that

gender is learned

and offers his or

her own critical

insight into

gendered

Student displays a

clear

understanding of

gender

socialization, and

expresses that

understanding in

her/his own words

in the paper.

This section

includes two or

Student displays a

basic

understanding of

gender

socialization.

This section

includes only

one directly

quoted, cited

reference to the

course materials,

Student does not

display an

understanding of

gender

socialization.

References to

course materials

are only

mentioned in

passing, or are not

applicable to the

Student does not

discuss gender

socialization.

No course

materials are

referenced.

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Total / 100

Overall Score

Examples of

Gender

Socialization

/ 20

socialization.

This section

includes two or

more directly

quoted, cited

references to the

course materials,

well-incorporated

into the essay

through

discussion or

analysis.

more directly

quoted, cited

references to the

course materials,

but they are not

well-incorporated

into the essay

through

discussion or

analysis. Or, only

one well-

incorporated

reference is

included.

and it is not well-

incorporated into

the essay through

discussion or

analysis. Or,

references are not

directly quoted or

are not cited.

topic at that point

in the essay.

Student

provides three or

more relevant

examples of

gender

socialization from

three or

more social

institutions.

Student provides

at least two

relevant examples

of gender

socialization from

at least two social

institutions.

Student only

discusses one

social institution

and provides one

or two examples

from this

institution.

Student does not

discuss social

institutions OR

does not provide

examples.

Student does not

discuss social

institutions AND

does not provide

examples.

A 90 points minimum

B 80 points minimum

C 70 points minimum

D 60 points minimum

F 0 points minimum

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