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A rhetorical academic text (6000-7000 words) on a topic related to my major. I a

A rhetorical academic text (6000-7000 words) on a topic related to my major. I am a fashion promotion undergraduate.
The topic i have chosen meant to discover the relationship of technology and the sociology of dress, under the context of the surveillance age or 4th industrial revolution.
The idea is taken from the notion that people dress to either be unique/standout or to blend in. And this notion of dress is becoming increasingly prevalent in an age of technology, where everyone is surveillanced, or seen at all time.
Key resources I’d like to be included in this dissertation would be:
1. Hans Eijkelboom’s photo series of mass fashion – you can find this via the link in the “Dressing for the Surveillance Age” Doc.
2. Techno Fashion. “Surveillance” by Bloomberg Fashion Library
3. Why Women Wear What They Wear
4. John Berge, Way of Seeing (optional)

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The goal for this final project is for you to demonstrate what you have learned

The goal for this final project is for you to demonstrate what you have learned in this class about
social justice and to exhibit that understanding through a project that illustrates what social
justice means to you/what particular form of social justice you want to
describe/embrace/illuminate/educate/advocate. Your final project should be able to
1. Show an understanding of social justice
2. Illustrate a specific example of social justice that is meaningful for you
3. Contain a “Works Cited” of resources/texts/websites/media that you have
researched/utilized for your final project – you may use as many texts from our class as
you like, but you should also include at least 3 sources from outside class – sources can
come from a variety of places: the library, social media, the Internet.
Please follow MLA
citation guidelines/practices for any paper you submit.All final projects (and abstracts) are due on Monday, November 28 by midnight Mountain TimeOPTION 1: A traditional research paper (7-8 pages/2,100-2,400 words)
The central intellectual intervention that your paper will answer is: what did you learn in this
class? Keep in mind #1-3 above—this paper is not a summary of the course; rather, this paper is
meant to allow you to do a deeper dive into one of the themes of social justice covered in this
class or for you to talk about an issue of social justice that we haven’t adquately touched upon
(ex: discussing class inequality, while a running theme, is not a main focus within this class,
though it is vastly important to address class/income inequality as social justice).Include terms such as intersectionality, and make sure to answer what Social Justice actually is.

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As these are expected to be reflective of the readings, your paper must contain

As these are expected
to be reflective of the readings, your paper must contain at least three direct citations from the
assigned readings. Direct citations of written texts should be quotations.

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Utilizing SPSS software with a qualitative approach find the correlation between

Utilizing SPSS software with a qualitative approach find the correlation between stalking cases and domestic violence.

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Finding Your literature. Go to the library (https://biblio.csusm.edu/). Find fou

Finding Your literature.
Go to the library (https://biblio.csusm.edu/). Find four articles on topic “How does the financial impact of the pandemic affect an individual’s level of concern about the COVID-19 outbreak?”
Hypothesis is: “those who are more financially impacted by the pandemic will be more likely to be less concerned about getting sick.”
Write an annotated bibliography for the four articles.
Do these articles help you build an argument for your research question and hypothesis? How?

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Lesson 9 Discussion Defining “institutional racism” is sometimes difficult for p

Lesson 9 Discussion
Defining “institutional racism” is sometimes difficult for people, but it affects our present-day American existence. The video above is an attempt to provide a visual representation of how American history has created a need to achieve equity in modern times. Using the videos, name some of the obstacles that have contributed to unequal opportunities in the United States. (Please note: Affirmative Action and implicit bias will be discussed at a later date within this course). How might these obstacles relate to your profession, either now or in the future?
Lesson 9 Readings and Videos
Readings:
https://courses.lumenlearning.com/cochise-sociology-os/chapter/the-feminist-perspective/Links to an external site.
https://nmaahc.si.edu/learn/talking-about-race/topics/social-identities-and-systems-oppressionLinks to an external site.
https://courses.lumenlearning.com/cochise-sociology-os/chapter/the-feminist-perspective/Links to an external site.
https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMms2025396Links to an external site.
https://courses.lumenlearning.com/cochise-sociology-os/chapter/institutional-prejudice-or-discrimination/Links to an external site.

Videos:

act.tv. (2019, April 16). Systemic Racism Explained [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrHIQIO_bdQ

Graduate School of Social Work – DU. (2018, March 26). Power Privilege and Oppression [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTDikx-maoM

www.Tarbia.TV. (2016, February 9). The Unequal Opportunity Race: White Privilege? Institutional Racism? [Video].
YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_A1JKJ506o
Objectives:
To understand the social structures of oppression and discrimination, as well as the strategies of change that promote social and economic justice.

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When is deviance considered to be a disease when it stems from resisting or evad

When is deviance considered to be a disease when it stems from resisting or evading law enforcement? Recurring between people of color and police officers are these ongoing incidents of excessive and/or deadly force. Most blacks are victims with officers proclaiming these suspects actions to be threatening thus calling for a greater magnitude of restraint.
Take George Floyd an African American restrained by Minneapolis Police Officer Derick Chauvin who placed his knee to the back of Floyd’s neck. Presuming him to be inebriated ( under the influence) and a physical threat given his stature, Officer Chauvin applied the coke hold obstructing the victim’s airway. He shouted ” I can’t breathe ” with no physical resistance on his part in which Chauvin did not release but applied more knee pressure to his neck. Floyd soon lapsed into a state of unconsciousness and was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Criminal charges did follow with a jury of the court finding Chauvin guilty of attempted murder, and manslaughter. He is currently serving a prison sentence.
What did or did not justify this act of deadly force from the police officer’s, media, and court’s perspective? In medicalizing or demedicalizing deviance, did Chauvin view Floyd’s skin color based on ( racial profiling), physical stature( physiognomy) and inebriated appearance, as signals he may resist and/or flee? Is this reaction linked to the history of slavery in the diagnosis of drapetomania to today’s police practices in their encounters with people of color? To address this define the terms: medicalization and demedicalization of deviance; racial profiling; physiognomy; slavery, and drapetomania.
Must use these terms in the paper correlating to these definitions.
Slavery: the most extreme form of social stratification, based on the legal ownership of people.
Physiognomy: Correlating outside appearances with inner virtues.

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Discuss Alexander Long’s thesis that it is necessary to develop new approaches t

Discuss Alexander Long’s thesis that it is necessary to develop new approaches to cultural
criticisms of capitalism by comparing Force of Evil, Fight Club, and The Big Short. In your response consider insights, as well, from Christine Noll Brinkmann and Anna Kornbluh and consider changes in capitalism itself from WWII to the present, as described by David Harvey.

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A conclusion Cite at least 12 scholarly sources (at least 6 must be outside of w

A conclusion Cite at least 12 scholarly sources (at least 6 must be outside of what we covered in class (academic books, peer-reviewed journals, government documents) the link on the first question
10 pages for the first question and up to 12 pages for the second question
22 pages in total

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Hi again! if you are the same writerI have attached the assignment instructions

Hi again! if you are the same writerI have attached the assignment instructions document. Important details are highlighted. You need to use something from the course material I have also provided, choose whatever is convenient for you. If you have any questions for me about the reflection you can contact me, and I will respond asap.I have attached slides – Media literacy lesson 1 & Social Media & DisinformationI have attached – OER Chapters: Critical Media Literacy & Social Media and DisinformationUse 3 or 2 sources, whatever is best for you.