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Using at least four of the readings below (you do not need to do additional research), explain how race, class, gender, and sexuality are not based in biology but are instead socially constructed through historical social, political, and economic processes.?
?Please submit a Word document. I will not be able to provide feedback if you submit it in another format.
?Use APA in-text citations correctly. We went over this in class. I also posted a guide under Course Content.
?Provide a reference page in APA format. I posted a guide under Course Content.
?Length: a minimum of six pages, double spaced. 12-point Times New Roman with one-inch margins. Your reference page can count as the sixth page. You do not need a cover page. Just print your name at the top of the first page.
?Direct quotes should be used sparingly. They should only be used when you can?t possibly explain the information in your own words (this is rare).
?Be sure to use and cite at least four of the following articles: Buck (2001/2020), Brodkin (1998/2020), Lorber (1994/2020), Hubbard (1990/2014) Zweig (2012), Mantsios (2019/2020), Reuss (2001/2020).
?You may use and cite other articles from the class. For example, you may find the article by Kimberle? Crenshaw (2015) useful.
?Use the Writing Center
Suggested outline. This is only a suggestion. You may organize your essay a different way if you would like.?
Brief introduction contrasting the popular view that race, class, gender, and sexuality are based in biology with your argument that they are not?
Explain some of the historical social, political, and/or economic processes that construct race?
Explain some of the historical social, political, and/or economic processes that construct gender?
Explain some of the historical social, political, and/or economic processes that construct sexuality?
Explain some of the historical social, political, and/or economic processes that construct class?
Brief conclusion?
*Remember that paraphrasing involves more than changing around a few words in a sentence.? Paraphrasing is describing an idea or piece of information in your own words.

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