Discussion assignments

Discussion assignments for the semester are below:

Find your partners now and plan ahead …see your syllabus for  how to plan discussion

1 Aguilar, Arturo 10/3 Women & Work

2 Aldama, Daniel 10/24 Gender Culture Rigo1

3 Alejandre, Vanessa 10/3 Women & Work

4 Armstrong,Casey T 10/8 Women & Soc Policy

5 Benke, Alison 9/26 Race, Gender, Science

6 Brooks,Aquanetta C 11/28 Repro Rights

7 Cabrales,Marcela J 11/19 Gender & Sexuality

8 Cheng, Jen-Hsiang 10/31 Gender & Rel / Rigo2

9 Dielman,Jaclyn K 11/19 Gender & Sexuality

10 Flores, Luis 10/24 Gender Culture Rigo1

11 Han, Maelynn 11/7 Gender & Masculinity

12 Johnson, Pierre 10/3 Women & Work

13 Jones,Pearline S 11/28 Repro Rights

14 Lee,Angela V 9/26 Race, Gender, Science

15 Librers-Leach,Janet 9/26 Race, Gender, Science

16 Mah,Ashley Rie 10/24 Gender Culture Rigo1

17 Mccarthy,Grace E 10/24 Gender Culture Rigo1

18 Moctezuma,Jessica 11/28 Repro Rights

19 Pepper,Katrina A 11/7 Gender & Masculinity

20 Rai, Gita 11/28 Repro Rights

21 Reeves,Christina A 11/7 Gender & Masculinity

22 Saini, Manju 10/8 Women & Soc Policy

23 Sandoval, Zinnia 10/31 Gender & Rel / Rigo2

24 Sokhom,Mollica 10/31 Gender & Rel / Rigo2

25 Tinney,Kathleen M 11/19 Gender & Sexuality

26 Ton, Thanh (Tina) 11/19 Gender & Sexuality

27 Washington, Dexter 11/7 Gender & Masculinity

28 Webster,Sheila E 10/8 Women & Soc Policy

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2 Responses to Discussion assignments

  1. vanessa says:

    I am going the discussion for 10/03. Heres my email alejandre408@yahoo.com. If Arturo and Pierre want to email me about how we are doing to do the discussion for Wednesday.

  2. Casey A. says:

    The syllabus asks that we post our discussion questions ahead of time. I couldn’t figure out where, so here they are.

    1. In your opinion, what should someone who is applying for welfare be asked? Is it ok to ask personal questions, since these questions may provide insight into their needs, or is it dangerous to make assumptions about people’s needs based on the details of their situation?

    2. What do you think the world was like before welfare? What have you learned in history classes, or any other relevant classes, that may give you some insight?

    3. Where do you think the idea of Welfare Queens got started? TV? Rumor? Conversations with others? Experience?