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Part Four of Applied Final Project, Role Reversals: Understanding Our Gendered Selves:

“Understanding My Role-Reversal Act” (20% of course grade; due end of Week 7)

Five (5) pages (1200-1500 words)

All parts of this project should be formatted in APA style (follow for both essay and citation styles): APA Style Guide:

Purpose: Act Performance and Analysis

At this point, you will have completed your act. In this final part of the assignment, you will describe and analyze it. Write a five page (1200-1500 words) paper detailing your experiences. The first section one-third to one half of your paper should describe your act and your responses to it, and the second one-half to two-thirds of your paper should analyze your act in terms of the scholarship on gender:

Section One (minimum 500 words):

    1. Describe your act:
      1. What did you do?
      2. Where did you do it?
      3. How did you prepare for it?
    2. What responses did you get while performing your act?
    3. How did you feel while performing your act?
    4. What would you do differently if you had to perform this same act again? Would you perform the act in the same location and at same time? Would you change your appearance during the act? Would you do anything else differently? Please refer to the required reading on Participant Observation for this assignment (Mack et al., 2005) [link provided in general description of assignment above].

Section Two: (minimum 700 words):

Using at least three of the sources you identified and discussed in your Annotated Bibliography for Part 3, and/or the readings for this class for support (provide direct quotes for full credit), consider the potential impact of your act. Here are some questions to consider (you do not have to answer all of these questions; they are provided to help you to think about ways your act may have impact on society):

    • Can you explain the range of reactions to your act? Did those reactions reflect any of the sociological scholarship found in the course readings or in your research? Did any of the reactions challenge that research?
    • How do you think class, race, age, and sexuality came into play during the conception and performance of the act?
    • Was performing this act an act of feminism? Why? and, if so, what type(s) of feminism?
    • Was your act an act of activism? That is, could it help to create social change? If so, how?

Rubric for Part Four