FSN 223 Study Guide - Apa Style, Academic Journal, Queer Theory

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Published on 15 Apr 2013
School
Ryerson University
Department
Fashion
Course
FSN 223
Professor
Fashion Concepts Week 7 3/6/2013 1:24:00 PM
Intersectionality-Kimberle Crenshaw- 1989
No laws for black women at work, insurance (gender and race)
1. Our identity is multi-dimensional
2. Our identity is comprised of all our different identity categories
3. Each identity category intersects and interacts to form our complete
identity
People with disabilities
Queering identities
Queer theory Judith Butler
Challenges that one identity category is naturally connected to another
ASSIGNMENT
1. description
what can you observe about the object?
Dimension,materials,year/period
Use labels and care tags
Tape measures and magnifying glass
2. deduction
interpret your interaction with the object
engage in sensory experience
what would the object be like to wear
how does the object compare to others (not in the wardrobe, but with
others in the same category)
3. speculation
relate the object to history, society, culture
ask questions and use research to answer
what does the object say about..?
(marketing, history of the garment)
Part 1: introduction and close reading
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1.introduce wardrobe, owner, key themes
-explain category that is different from me
general aesthetic of wardrobe
2. select one garment or accessory
3.perform a close reading(refer to figures-add pictures) “as seen in figure
1 blah blah..”
4. use at least 2 academics sources (academic journal at the library
“burg??”, academic book –professor, most library books that are from
university
5. 2 pages
Part 2: critical analysis and conclusion
1.conduct an interview with the owner describe their style, which
garments reflect that, if style reflects them, favorite garment , trouble
finding clothes, influenced by magazines and fashion, what they feel
about them, what she think about her body image, facial hair and what
they do to heir hair
2.discuss one societal/psychological issue identity, what they think
about fashion marketing, is they are influenced from it
3.use interview quotations (refer to figures)
4.use at least two academic sources
5.conclude by summarizing themes in paper
Part 3: wardrobe inventory
1.summarize wardrobe by category
2. summarize how garments were acquired how many new, gifted,
secondhand
3.illustrate with at least two charts/graphs
4. 5-10 sentences explaining findings (maybe add a quote)
5. 1-2 pages
Part 4: annotated bibliography (only academic sources!!)
1.reference each sourse in APA style
2. brief summary of key topics/themes
3.description of format and style
4. evaluation of relevance to your projects pros and cons-
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Document Summary

No laws for black women at work, insurance (gender and race: our identity is multi-dimensional, our identity is comprised of all our different identity categories, each identity category intersects and interacts to form our complete identity. Challenges that one identity category is naturally connected to another. Explain category that is different from me general aesthetic of wardrobe: select one garment or accessory. 3. perform a close reading(refer to figures-add pictures) as seen in figure. 1 blah blah : use at least 2 academics sources (academic journal at the library . ? , academic book professor, most library books that are from university: 2 pages. 2. discuss one societal/psychological issue identity, what they think about fashion marketing, is they are influenced from it. 1. summarize wardrobe by category: summarize how garments were acquired how many new, gifted, secondhand. 3. illustrate with at least two charts/graphs: 5-10 sentences explaining findings (maybe add a quote, 1-2 pages.

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