How would you address the fact that The Vindication of the Rights of Women seems to insist that women’s rights have little to do with women as women (as opposed to wives and mothers)?

The Vindication on the Rights of Women

Prompt: Contemporary scholars view Mary Wollstonecraft as an important women’s rights advocate, but some stop short of calling her a feminist. Given this, how would you address the fact that The Vindication of the Rights of Women seems to insist that women’s rights have little to do with women as women (as opposed to wives and mothers)?

Essentially want the essay to be about how Wollstonecraft’s work insists that women rights has to do with wives and mothers because she is appealing to the readers, who are a male audience. please

Explain how she addresses women in the text and their need for rights generally and how she recognizes herself one of them.

Explain how she appeals to her male audience in insisting fir womens rights by bringing up a wife’s role in a household and womens role as a mother.

ONLY USE INFORMATION FROM THE FILE PROVIDED. No outside sources.

Discuss How Modern Witch-Hunts of Africa and Asia Will End In Comparison To Witch-Hunts of 17th Century in Continental Europe.

Discuss How Modern Witch-Hunts of Africa and Asia Will End In Comparison To Witch-Hunts of 17th Century in Continental Europe

This is a 7-10 page paper for an English class about Magic in Renaissance Drama. It is a pretty free-range paper as long as it has something to do with Magic in Renaissance Drama. My idea was to compare modern witch hunts that place in Africa and Asia, and how like in Continental Europe of the 17th century, Education and industrialization will lead to the end of this.

Cite and discuss at least one other student’s response to the student’s brief synopsis or if there are no responses to the brief/synopsis that you chose then provide your own personal response to the chapter.

Critique and Mentor

READ, REVIEW, CRITIQUE and MENTOR: THIS IS NOT AN OPINION PIECE! YOUR OPINION OF THE TOPIC AND ISSUES DOES NOT MATTER. YOUR JOB IS TO MENTOR. TO READ WITHOUT ANY PREDISPOSITION AND TO PROVIDE USEFUL GUIDANCE.

Your response must be IN THIS ORDER, in paragraph form. You must provide a prompt (restating the question) or copy and paste the question before your response. (-50pts for not following this format).

1. IDENTIFY the Chapter that you chose to read from your assigned reading (Emanuel and Gluck, 2020). ALSO IDENTIFY one (1) student’s brief, synopsis (INCLUDE THE STUDENT’S NAME SO THAT IT IS EASILY IDENTIFIED AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE OR IN THE TITLE OF THE UPLOADED FILE). You will be reading the chapter with the student’s brief synopsis in mind and providing a critique of the student’s work. (5 points)

2. BRIEFLY RESTATE the student’s viewpoint, in your own words in the first or second paragraph. (5 points)

3. In no less than 1000 words, but no more than 2000 words:

PROVIDE A REVIEW on how the student responded to the chapter. (5 points)

PROVIDE CONSTRUCTIVE COMMENTS to the student with regards to their read and review of the chapter. You must provide at least one recommended adjustment or “negative” comment without being negative but supportive. (20 points)

5. CITE AND DISCUSS at least one other student’s response to the student’s brief synopsis or if there are no responses to the brief/synopsis that you chose then provide your own personal response to the chapter. Also, you must provide an APA citation of the source(s) of your Critique (i.e. student’s post and the assigned book) or you may copy and post the original posting to the end of your Critique. (5 points)

Identify one social or cultural narrative that is invoked significantly in at least 1 of these 2 novels.

Research essay on The Great Gatsby & Black Thunder (10–12pp. w/full citations)

Both The Great Gatsby (1925) and Black Thunder (1935) tell stories set in the United States at different times in its history. Each novel’s main characters move in a world full of references and allusions to larger stories about history, society, and humanity—both in the United States and, on occasion, around the world. The Great Gatsby is set in 1922, close to the time when it was written, but alludes generally to various narratives about the history of modern America. Black Thunder, as a historical novel, reflects both on narratives current at the time of writing (the 1930s, during the Great Depression) and also on those circulating in various communities when the action occurs (the year 1800, just before Thomas Jefferson was elected President).

Directions: Identify one social or cultural narrative that is invoked significantly in at least 1 of these 2 novels. Research its history and interpretation in recent scholarly writing. Explain its relation to the main story in both novels or, if it is absent or nearly absent from 1 novel, then explain this gap in terms of its social and historical causes, its narrative significance, or both.

Do the essay on women oppression in each novel. Focus on the Great Gatsby and specifically Jordan Baker′s oppression and Myrtyle′s and daisys and compare those. The research articles should be academic approved by scholars.

Is the Internet destined to remain a “wild west” environment where anything goes and there are no ethical or legal standards of behavior?

Unit 5 Assignment
OVERVIEW:Research and discuss the current dominant views regarding abuses associated with the “dark
side” of social networking sites

RATIONAL:70% of adults in the U.S. use social media sites. That number continues to rise each year.
90% of brands use social media to increase brand awareness. Cyber warfare and catfishing are a thing.
Being able to navigate the challenges that social media sites create is essential to today’s society.

REQUIREMENTS: (all requirements must be followed exactly) 300 minimum word count-total (body)
Do not exceed 500 words
See additional word count requirements below
MLA/APA style
Minimum 2 outside resources
Works Cited page. To avoid plagiarism, no more than 20% of essay can be outside
resource. Cite all sources used and do not forget in-text citations.
Submitted as a .pdf or .doc file

Writing Prompt: Select 1 of the 4 topics

1. Why do so many people post negative things on social networking sites, either about themselves
or about others, when the reality is that everything put up in cyberspace lives on forever and can
have real-world consequences?

2. If we all now have parallel digital identities that can be “created” not only by us but also by
others, what can we do to manage our cyber identities (or reputation) and protect our privacy?

3. Is the Internet destined to remain a “wild west” environment where anything goes and there are
no ethical or legal standards of behavior?

4. Are we now all compelled to maintain a cyber presence to advance our careers, whether or not we
wish to? Is social networking an unavoidable aspect of life in the 21st century?

Describe an important moment or event in your literacy development.Explain the significance of this event.

Note: Choose only one of the following topics for your essay.

• Narrate an experience you had with a writing or reading task that you found (or still find) difficult or challenging. Explain the significance of this experience.

• Describe an important moment or event in your literacy development.Explain the significance of this event.

• Narrate a time when your literacy skills have helped you achieve a personal goal or accomplishment. Explain the significance of this accomplishment.

• Describe a time when you have used reading or writing to learn in an environment other than the classroom. Explain the significance of this event.

A. Write a narrative essay (suggested length of 750–1,000 words). In your essay, do the following:

1. Respond to one of the given topics.

2. Provide an effective introduction.

3. Provide an appropriate thesis statement.

4. Use narration and description to provide detailed information about the topic.

5. Explain the significance of the narrative details.

6. Provide an effective conclusion.

When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.

Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.

Is the company breaking down traditional barriers to reporting harassment? For instance,are there options for anonymous reporting?

Title Nine and Sexual Assault

Employer Actions
Ally Coll, president and cofounder of The Purple Campaign, a Washington-based nonprofit focused on ending workplace harassment, is working with companies such as Amazon, Airbnb, Expedia and Uber to identify employers that are going beyond the legal requirements to prevent workplace harassment. The campaign hopes to release a corporate certification program later this year that will rate companies according to six criteria:
Transparency — How forthcoming is the company about its anti-harassment policies and how does it
respond to issues when they occur?
Training — Is the company training employees to clarify what behavior is inappropriate?
Reporting — Is the company breaking down traditional barriers to reporting harassment? For instance,
are there options for anonymous reporting?
Internal procedures — Does the organization have fair, balanced and clear procedures for responding
to a report of harassment?
Intersectionality — Does the company address other, nonsexual forms of discrimination and
harassment, such as racial and gender discrimination?
Gender diversity — Does the company have a diverse leadership team, including women in
leadership positions

Discuss if there are times when a language rule can be broken or changed.

Research on double negatives

The English rule i chose was on double negatives
Write an essay on the language issue you chose in which you explain the background of the issue and take a stance on regarding the usage rules related to the issue.

Be sure your essay addresses the following points:
Explain the rule or language issue you chose.
Discuss if there are times when a language rule can be broken or changed.
Explain the views of language experts on this topic. Do they agree or conflict? Is the usage rule controversial?
Include the data on usage you gather from your interactions with friends or by listening to people on the radio or on TV.
Take a clear stance about the usage rules related to the issue you chose. If possible, specify which rules seem preferable in specific contexts. Clarify whether you think following the rule is important and under which circumstances it’s best to follow the rule.

Criteria
The student appropriately explains the reasons for the choice of topic and audience.
The letter is centered on the thesis statement, which is clearly stated.
The letter demonstrates a good grasp of the topic in question, and the claim is supported convincingly.
The letter is very well organized and contains only minimal spelling or grammatical errors.
The student displays excellent knowledge of language issues and usage.
The essay is well researched and centered on a clear thesis statement.
The student demonstrates a very good understanding of the subject and fulfills each item on the checklist appropriately.
The essay is very well organized and contains minimal spelling or grammatical errors.