1. For this discussion assignment, please choose at least two of the following f

1. For this discussion assignment, please choose at least two of the following four works. Please watch one of the stop motion shorts and one of the oral stories linked below.
2. For ONE of the works you chose, answer – In what way does this piece of work meet the criteria (or not meet your criteria) for your definition of the humanities (the definition you proposed in our other discussion this week). Please be specific, citing details from the work to support your argument.
3. For THE OTHER of the works you chose, answer – In what category would you place this piece of work? What crossovers or combos do you see in the work? Please be specific, citing details from the work to support your argument.
4. Be sure to provide an MLA citation for each source you use. Click here for a refresher: How to Cite Your Work
5. Reply substantively to at least two other people in the discussion.
Stop Motion Shorts:
Lost and Found (Links to an external site.)
The Maker (Links to an external site.)
Oral Stories:
Elizabeth Ellis: College Aid Story (Links to an external site.)
Elizabeth Ellis at the MCC-Maple Woods Storytelling Celebration (Links to an external site.)
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Your outline must include introduction, body, and conclusion sections in outline

Your outline must include introduction, body, and conclusion sections in outline format.
You should include topic sentences (for each section) and paragraph transitions that help tie your major points together.
Use current APA Style as appropriate.
Research Paper Outline:
INTRODUCTION
HISTORY
CULTURAL CONTEXT
Represented in US
Individualistic/Collective
Artistic
Values
Religion
SEX AND GENDER ROLES
ACCULTURATION
CONCLUSION

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Using information from the reading by Taylor entitled “Self-Love Toolkit,” writ

Using information from the reading by Taylor entitled “Self-Love Toolkit,” write a 3-page paper describing how you can implement pieces of that toolkit into your ideas of liberatory beauty for yourself. Include a section on what your biggest takeaway is from this class ( self-love, unrealistic beauty standards, people need to accept who they are) , and how that informs liberatory beauty for you as you integrate this knowledge into your every day life.
Papers should be double-spaced, Times New Roman 12pt font, 1′ margins. No title or reference page needed. If you use direct quotes from Taylor, just put the page number in parentheses afterward
Project clearly incorporates a minimum of 3 tenets of Taylor’s Radical Self-Love Toolkit to own concept of liberatory beauty

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This assignment is in ESSAY FORMAT. Use the questions to write out your thesis

This assignment is in ESSAY FORMAT. Use the questions to write out your thesis statement and your analysis. If you need to look at the essay format please find it in the announcements section.
Read: https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/11/22/669960524/how-i-learned-to-talk-to-my-filipino-mom-about-my-mental-health
Watch: Silent Sacrifices: Voice of the Filipino American Family
What did you learn in the film and article? What does colonization mean to you? How has colonization affected the way Filipinos interact with one another? How has the view of mental health in the Filipino community affected them? Why?
Read: https://repository.usfca.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1003&context=listening_to_the_voices
Describe what Decolonization means to you. Are you in the process of decolonization? If not, what do you think decolonization looks like? What does your process look like?

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Miss Representation is a documentary feature that explores how gender is portray

Miss Representation is a documentary feature that explores how gender is portrayed in the media, and the harmful, long-term impacts of these messages have. The film looks at multiple forms of media like scripted television and film, as well as news cycles, and links to low self-esteem, eating disorders, and rigid beauty standards for women and girls. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSxTqcdJwvk
Using examples from Miss Representation and the readings for this unit, explain how media and advertising impacts body image ideals in the U.S. How do these ideals differ based on gender? Compare your findings to how body image standards are shaped based on race and geographic location

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The topic must be narrowed. For example, you cannot use “architecture” in genera

The topic must be narrowed. For example, you cannot use “architecture” in general. It must cover a specific structure. Art must refer to specific pieces or time periods. Music can relate to various styles or instruments.
Reference: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/galileo/#GaliChur
Use Part 4.
Formatting should be standard 1” margins, double space, 12 pt. font.
MLA formatting is required. This includes listing your source(s) in a Works Cited section, in-text citations after quotes or paraphrases, (e.g., Confucius 102), headers, etc.
There should be a clear focus with your subject. In other words, it should be narrowed to a point where you are giving additional details other than what is provided in your textbook.
Again, any of the other requirements above (1-2 pages, non-Western subject, etc.) must be met.
Check for all spelling, grammar, or syntax errors. Proofread.
Do not plagiarize. Anything with over 30% similarity in SafeAssign will be under scrutiny. I have seen papers with most of it in quotations. Do not do that either. That is not writing a paper – it is you copying quotes and citing them. This should be mostly in your own words with no more than a few citations. Plagiarized or unoriginal papers will be given “F” grades, possibly zero, depending upon the offense.

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Final Paper Instructions: • The purpose of the final paper is to research soluti

Final Paper Instructions:
• The purpose of the final paper is to research solutions for the global problem of your choosing.
• You must outline the problem you chose (examples of acceptable topics include, but are not limited to: impact of global warming around the world; human trafficking in the US or globally; education disparities in African and India; ethnic wars in Myanmar; drug war and mass incarceration in the US; global poverty or poverty in the US; coronavirus and global health; energy sources in the US; etc etc), explain what’s currently being done about the problem you choose, and then come up with creative solutions for to how to better solve the problem!
• The topic can be one we’ve covered in class, or one we HAVE NOT covered in class, but that is relevant to the course, or outlined in the eText (but we just didn’t get to it!)
• Paper must be 5 pages of text (your Work Cited page must be a 6th page), be 12-point font, and the citations must be formatted in APA style (but the paper itself does not need a running head, cover page, or abstract).
• You must include 4 sources in a Works Cited page, including in-text citations throughout the paper. You will be submitting the paper via TurnItIn, which checks for plagiarism. Any significant plagiarism (copying and pasting word for word from outside sources, lack of quotation marks, or lack of proper citation information) will result in a zero for the assignment. No exceptions.
• DUE DATES are clearly outlined below.
• Final paper is worth 15% of your final grade.
Here is what must be included in the paper:
1. Introduction to the issue → provide some background information on the issue and on any important concepts that your reader needs to know to understand the issue.
2. You must then outline what is currently being done about the issue at a global level. (Think about what countries are doing to try to address the issue right now)
3. Then you must explain WHAT MORE COULD BE DONE? This is where you think about outside the box to try to come up with creative solutions to this problem. This is where you show off your critical thinking skills! Try to include concepts and terms and examples discussed throughout the term.
4. You must use at least 4 different reputable sources for this paper (you can use more, but 4 is the minimum). You CANNOT use Wikipedia. A good place to start is any one of the Berkeley’s library databases. You must include in-text citations and you must have a work-cited page. The style you will be using is APA.
An excellent resource for writing papers is the Purdue OWL website:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

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Formatting: 2-3 pages (single spaced), 12 pt standard font (such as Times New Ro

Formatting: 2-3 pages (single spaced), 12 pt standard font (such as Times New Roman), standard margins. This should be about 800 to 1100 words. Do not go less than 750 or more than 1200 words. No need to make a cover page or to think of a title. No need to include your name inside of the paper – I grade papers without knowing who they belong to, so this defeats the purpose. No sources and no references needed.

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Formatting: 2-3 pages (single spaced), 12 pt standard font (such as Times New Ro

Formatting: 2-3 pages (single spaced), 12 pt standard font (such as Times New Roman), standard margins. This should be about 800 to 1100 words. Do not go less than 750 or more than 1200 words. No need to make a cover page or to think of a title. No need to include your name inside of the paper – I grade papers without knowing who they belong to, so this defeats the purpose. No sources and no references needed.

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choose TWO of the topics below and organize your paper around them. Use concrete

choose TWO of the topics below and organize your paper around them. Use concrete examples from the documentary Food.Inc, from class material, and from your own research to support your position.
Subsidies and their role in shaping the American diet.
Who should keep our food safe?
Is the legal framework around seed saving fair and democratic?
The link between immigration and food production in the US.
Is industrial food ethical?
How much choice do farmers and consumers have in an industrial food system?
TIPS FOR HOW TO WRITE AN OP-ED
Start with a strong hook/opening sentence. Try to sum up your opinion in a single sentence to begin, then think about examples from the documentary to support your initial point.
State your position. An op-ed is about your opinion and perspective. Using examples from the film and other information from your class, put your argument forward in a persuasive, authoritative manner. It’s ok to be informal. Write as if you are debating with a friend. Use simple, every day language that is easy to understand. Keep in mind you are writing for a general audience that may not be as familiar with your subject as you are.
Keep it short and simple. TWO PAGES (3 max). Times New Roman 12, double spaced. State your opinion clearly and quickly, and back it up with facts and examples from the documentary.

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