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Identification section: Compare and contrast gender markers: sexuality, gender, race, class. Using the outside sources to support your analysis, what does the information presented convey about gender?

Technical requirements: 5-7 pages HARD COPY (not including the bibliography), double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins. 4 peer-reviewed* outside sources, not from…

Technical requirements: 5-7 pages HARD COPY (not including the bibliography), double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins. 4 peer-reviewed* outside sources, not from class material. *You may use quotations from the social media posts and pictures but all identifying markers should be removed. Create a pseudonym for for each of the people. Attach copies of images used for analysis as an addendum at the end of your essay. Make sure all identifying information is obscured.
Your essay will be broken into 5 parts, with corresponding headers: Introduction, identification, Language, Images, Conclusion, Bibliography, Addendum.
Introduction section: In addition to basic introductory comments. Identify the 2 people (give them pseudonyms) you will focus your essay on. Include your thesis.
Identification section: Compare and contrast gender markers: sexuality, gender, race, class. Using the outside sources to support your analysis, what does the information presented convey about gender?
Language section: Compare and contrast language used for statuses, headings, labels, ect. Using the outside sources to support your analysis, What does the information presented convey about gender?
Images section: Compare and contrast images posted of self, friends, family, ect. Using the outside sources to support your analysis, What does the information presented convey about gender?
Bibliography: Cite ALL sources; peer-reviewed and course readings. Use an established style: MLA, APA, Chicago, ect. Required information: Last Name, First Name, year, Article Title, Journal Title, volume, number, page numbers. As a reference: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html
Addendum: Attached all analyzed images. Redact identifying information. Label images: Figure 1, Figure 2, ect.
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Identification section: Compare and contrast gender markers: sexuality, gender, race, class. Using the outside sources to support your analysis, what does the information presented convey about gender?

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