SOC380H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Masculinity, Feminist Theory, Femininity

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SOC380 Lecture Notes
Lecture 12 – Monday, August 15, 2016
Exam prep: reviewing key aims of the course:
By the end of the course, students will be able to:
oDemonstrate advanced skills in independent critical thinking
oIndependently examine how gender is socially and historically constructed.
oAnalysis how gender intersects with other identities and experiences.
oExamine where current issues related to gender in Canada are placed within a
transnational and global context.
oResearch and write effectively on topics related to the sociology of gender.
Students will complete 3 of 4 sections on the exam.
Each section is worth 15 marks. The total exam is worth 45 marks (weighted to 35% of the
course weight).
oMultiple Choice (15 questions)
oDefinitions (3 of 4 questions)
oShort Answer (2 of 3 questions)
oEssay Answer (1 of 3 questions)
Section A: Multiple Choice
oInstructions: Answer all questions. Circle the most appropriate response for each
question
o1 mark per question. 15 questions.
oThis is worth 10 points.
oQuestions are made up of a combination of main themes/arguments and other relevant
information from readings and lectures.
Section B: Definitions
oInstructions: Define 3 of the following 4 terms.
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oEach answer is worth 5 marks.
oChoose three of the following terms to define and explain the significance in relation to
the course. Your answers should demonstrate your familiarity with course material.
Answers should be one paragraph each, so be sure to only discuss the most significant
examples!
oDefinitions will be terms that were discussed in both the readings and the lectures.
Section C: Short Answers
oINSTRUCTIONS:
oAnswer 2 of the following 3 questions.
oEach answer is worth 7.5 marks.
oAnswers should be written in the accompanying exam booklet.
oYou must discuss at least two assigned readings in each answer, in addition to any other
course material you feel is relevant. Your answer should demonstrate your knowledge
of the course material, your ability to conduct a strong critical analysis, and be
presented in a clear, concise, and organized manner.
oMaximum Length: Single-spaced: 1 page (or double-spaced 2 pages).
Section D: Essay
oINSTRUCTIONS:
oAnswer 1 of the following 3 questions
oEach answer is worth 15 marks.
oAnswers should be written in the accompanying exam booklet.
oYou must discuss at least three assigned readings in your answer. These readings should
be incorporated into your essay in addition to any other course material (videos,
lectures, optional reading, etc.) that you feel would strengthen your response. Your
answer should demonstrate your knowledge of the course material, your ability to
conduct a strong critical analysis, and be presented in a clear, concise, and organized
manner.
oMaximum Length: Single-spaced: 2 pages (or double-spaced 4 pages).
Expectations: ability to think critically about (using class lectures/readings):
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