Analysis of The Border and the Line by Dean J. Franco Essay Example
1081 words 4 pages

The event I attended was a presentation given by Dr. Dean Franco, a professor in the English department and director of the Humanities Institute at Wake Forest. This event consisted of Franco talking about his new book, The Border and the Line – Race, Literature, and Los Angeles, published in January of 2019. The event […]

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The Concept of Intersectionality in Feminist Theory Essay Example
1940 words 8 pages

Universalism refers to the concept which argues that some ideologies have can be generalized and are thus applicable universally. Marxists feminism is one of the most popular examples of such a universalist theory in feminism, which states the capitalist mode of production as the inherent reason for female oppression in the world (Glenn 1992: 1). […]

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Social Identities and Systems of Oppression in US Essay Example
1573 words 6 pages

Over the course of DOC , we were given superficial definitions of keywords where each played a critical role in developing U.S history. But through class analysis and readings, my insight of the problematic history of white dominant America expanded. In each keyword comes multiplicable layers that erase the transparency of my past definitions of […]

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Risk of Psychopathological Disorders of LGBTQ Students Essay Example
552 words 3 pages

College students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ) experience a higher risk of psychopathological disorders such as but not limited to anxiety and depression due to the addition of imposed psychological stress that comes with identifying as a sexual or gender minority. (Borgogna, McDermott, Aita, & Kridel, 2018). These LGBTQ student’s […]

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Intersectionality Role in Environmental Injustice Essay Example
1008 words 4 pages

Women are more vulnerable to environmental hazards than men because of social and economic roles women hold. In many social structures, women are usually discriminated in the labor force. Since the 1800s, women have fought to attain better working conditions, higher wages, and an end to sex discrimination. Because men and women tend to have […]

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Intersectionality in When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi Essay Example
1474 words 6 pages

Intersectionality is a theory of how various social identities, such as race, gender, sexuality, and class, and their overlap contributes to the specific type of systemic oppression and discrimination experienced by an individual. While Intersectionality is a theory of how various social identities, such as race, gender, sexuality, and class, and their overlap contributes to […]

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Systems of Oppression and Intersectionality Theory Essay Example
1541 words 6 pages

It is a challenging pursuit for people to extract racism, sexism, and hetersexism among other systems of opression from their daily lives. The truth, is if you are a woman, queer person, or person of color, it is twice if not three times harder to eliminate these types of oppression. This is because these systems […]

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Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood by Marjane Satrapi Essay Example
3271 words 12 pages

Persepolis is a graphic autobiography written by Marjane Satrapi that depicts her childhood and adulthood in Iran, during the Iranian Revolution, among other places around the world. Throughout Marjane’s story, we are introduced to many of the topics that were introduced to us during our class. Because of this, I was able to understand her […]

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