Learning Goal: I’m working on a psychology report and need support to help me le

Learning Goal: I’m working on a psychology report and need support to help me learn.News Report Requirements:The subjects we cover in WMST 200 appear in the news daily. Part 1 of the Current Topic Project is a report on a news article which will connect our course work to the most current developments of interest to the field, especially those that impact people’s day-to-day lives.Select a news article published in the last 12 months that focuses on a topic of interest to Women’s Studies [choose from the list below, or choose your own based on the criteria described in the next section of this assignment].After you have read your chosen news article, respond to the questions below in a 700-1,000 word (3-4 page) report about the article and what you have learned, focusing on the aspects of interest to Women’s Studies:Title, author, publication, date, and url for your news article.Brief (1-2 sentence) summary of the main topic of the article.Why would this article be of particular interest to a Women’s Studies student or scholar? If you’re not sure, one place to start is to review the information about Women’s Studies found in Module 1: What Is Women’s Studies?.What did you learn that you didn’t already know by reading this article?Which topic, person, example, or idea in the article would you like to know more about? What questions would you suggest the reporter ask in a follow-up article?What social, political, personal, historical, economic, artistic, or other impact might the information in this article have? Why?Is there anything you read or thought about while reading the article that has relevance to your life outside of this class or outside of the article itself?Include quotes and examples to support your discussion as part of your responses to questions 3-7. Remember to include in-text citations and a References list for all references to the article or class learning resources, whether quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.Please note that this assignment is a report, not an essay. You must write in complete sentences, but you do not have to write it as an essay with a thesis, body paragraphs, etc.. Instead, it is recommended that you number each response as you answer the questions. To meet the word count requirement, be sure to answer questions 3-7 in detail, and give specific examples or quotes (cited!) for each answer.There is a sample News Report Essay attached to this assignment.Choosing a news article:An acceptable news article for this assignment meets all four of the following criteria:is found on one of the publications/sites listed in this Forbes report of 10 Journalism Brands Where You Find Real Facts Rather Than Alternative Facts: [there are many more than ten reliable news sources to choose from if you scroll to the bottom of the article]was published in the last 12 months.has a byline (a named author), and is not marked “op-ed,” “opinion,” or “editorial”has as its main focus a topic of interest to Women’s StudiesIf you are uncertain if the article you have found is acceptable for this assignment, ask your instructor before proceeding, or choose one of the approved articles in the list below:In 1920, Native Women Sought the Vote. Here’s What’s Next (New York Times) [July 2020]W.N.B.A. Star’s Role in Freeing Man From Prison Shows Female Athletes at Forefront (New York Times) [July 2020]For Nannies, Both a Job and a Family Can Abruptly Disappear (New York Times) [July 2020]Black women say Pinterest created a den of discrimination — despite its image as the nicest company in tech (Washington Post) [July 2020]’You have to take action’: one hospital cleaner’s journey through the pandemic (The Guardian) [July 2020]‘I Am Going to Physically Explode’: Mom Rage in a Pandemic (New York Times) [July 2020]Military women are saying #IAmVanessaGuillen. Here are 4 of their stories. (The Lily) [July 2020]15 female Redskins employees allege sexual harassment while with team (Washington Post) [July 2020]She Went to Prison for Killing Her Husband. The Pandemic Set Her Free. (New York Times) [July 2020]‘How many women of color have to cry?’: Top feminist organizations are plagued by racism, 20 former staffers say (The Lily) [July 2020]A Teenager Didn’t Do Her Online Schoolwork. So a Judge Sent Her to Juvenile Detention. (ProPublica Illinois) [July 2020]Parenting in the Bubble: ‘This Is Mom’s Job. You Have to Work With Me.’ {about pro sports mothers] (New York Times) [July 2020]White Supremacy Was Her World. And Then She Left. (New York Times) [July 2020]Until Black Women Are Free, None of Us Will Be Free (The New Yorker) [July 2020]For Women in Afghan Security Forces, a Daily Battle (New York Times) [July 2020]The Japanese-American Sculptor Who, Despite Persecution, Made Her Mark (New York Times) [July 2020]‘Total Bellas’ Refuse to Be Knocked Out by Quarantine (New York Times) [July 2020]What Do Sweden and Mexico Have in Common? A Feminist Foreign Policy (New York Times) [July 2020]At the Olympics in Bombed-Out London, She Forever Changed Women’s Sports (New York Times) [July 2020]Stryx, makeup for men, is capitalizing on changing gender ideas and a new Zoom-ready work culture (Washington Post) [July 2020]How black women are leading the Black Lives Matter movement in Italy (The Lily) [July 2020]How the Child Care Crisis Will Distort the Economy for a Generation (Politico) [July 2020]Searching with the Mothers of Mexico’s Disappeared (The New Yorker) [August 2020]The Black sorority that faced racism in the suffrage movement but refused to walk away (Washington Post) [August 2020]Ambition Has Always Been ‘Ladylike’ Nostalgic for the sexism unleashed in response to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 run? Welcome to the prolonged Democratic veepstakes. (New York Times) [August 2020]Age 35 Isn’t a Fertility Cliff. Why Do We Think It Is? (Slate) [August 2020]The ‘Rage Moms’ Democrats Are Counting On (New York Times) [August 2020]’The volume has been turned up on everything’: Pandemic places alarming pressure on transgender mental health (Washington Post) [August 2020]Hillary Clinton’s Bittersweet Return to the Democratic Convention (New York Times) [August 2020]’We can only help ourselves’: women in Belarus take protests into their own hands (The Guardian) [August 2020]The Suffragists Fought to Redefine Femininity. The Debate Isn’t Over (New York Times) [August 2020]Citigroup’s Fraser to Be First Woman to Lead a Big Wall Street Bank (New York Times) [September 2020]Why I Changed My Mind About the Caster Semenya Case I used to think that rules regulating testosterone in sports made sense. Now I’m not so sure. (Slate) [September 2020]Behind Every Republican Man Joni Ernst’s reelection campaign may be an object lesson in what it takes for a woman to win in today’s GOP. (The New Republic) [September 2020]Amy Coney Barrett, potential Supreme Court nominee, wrote influential ruling on campus sexual assault (Washington Post) [September 2020]Amid the Outpouring for Ginsburg, a Hint of Backlash (New York Times) [September 2020]Her Study Center Was Bombed. She Still Topped Afghanistan’s National University Exam (New York Times) [September 2020]A Fuller Picture of Artemisia Gentileschi [about 16thc. painter] (The New Yorker) [September 2020]The 22-Year-Old Force Behind Egypt’s Growing #MeToo Movement (New York Times) [October 2020]The Pandemic Is Amplifying Bias Against Working Mothers (The Atlantic) [October 2020]Data Shows Fewer Afghan Women Than Men Get Covid. That’s Bad News (New York Times) [October 2020]A Portrait of a Market in India Run Solely by Women (New York Times) [October 2020]The One Name the W.N.B.A. Won’t Say (New York Times) [October 2020]Grief. Rage. Action. Out of covid-19 loss, these women lead a new movement (Washington Post) [October 2020]The growing outrage over the rape and murder of Dalit women in India (Slate) [October 2020]Mothers Are the ‘Shock Absorbers’ of Our Society (New York Times) [October 2020]AOC’S NEXT FOUR YEARS: The history-making congresswoman addresses her biggest critics, the challenges that loom no matter who wins, and what she’s taking on next. (Vanity Fair) [October 2020]https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/shonda-… (The Hollywood Reporter) [October 2020] ‘A Long Time Coming’: Black Women Celebrate Harris’s Ascension (New York Times) [November 2020]Women Who Wallop: Why I Love Watching Actresses Become Action Stars (New York Times) [November 2020]Betty Dodson, Women’s Guru of Self-Pleasure, Dies at 91 (New York Times) [November 2020]What Happens to Some L.G.B.T.Q. Teens When Their Parents Reject Them (New York Times) [November 2020]How ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Started a New Debate About Sexism in Chess (New York Times) [November 2020]How to End ‘Women’s Work’ [about gender wage gap] (New York Times) [November 2020]Doug Emhoff, as ‘second gentleman,’ can make history – and change – too (Washington Post) [November 2020]Miami Marlins Hire Kim Ng as Baseball’s First Female G.M. (New York Times) [November 2020]When Discrimination Targets the Privileged: Meet the feminist aristocrats fighting for the right of daughters to inherit peerages. (The Atlantic) [November 2020]Her Abuse Was a ‘Family Matter,’ Until It Went Live (New York Times) [November 2020]Recession With a Difference: Women Face Special Burden (New York Times) [November 2020]52 Years Later, IBM Apologizes for Firing Transgender Woman (New York Times) [November 2020]Undocumented and Pregnant: Why Women Are Afraid to Get Prenatal Care (New York Times) [November 2020]Janet Yellen, Biden’s Expected Treasury Pick, Has Broken More Than Gender Barriers (New York Times) [November 2020]The Supreme Court could let Indiana strip rights from same-sex parents. (Slate) [November 2020]Kamala Harris struck the almost impossible balance between masculinity and femininity. (Slate) [November 2020]GOP women have to run further to the right than men do (Washington Post) [November 2020]Sarah Fuller, With a Kickoff, Is the First Woman to Play Football in a Power 5 Game (New York Times) [November 2020]Fireside Magazine’s art director Pablo Defendini apologizes for ‘auditory blackface’ (Washington Post) [November 2020]‘Because She’s a Girl’: Lockdown Exposes Gender Gap in U.K. Sports (New York Times) [November 2020]Angelika Amon, award-winning MIT cell biologist, dies at 53 [about women in STEM] (Boston Globe) [November 2020]Vera Menchik: Female chess star beat men before Beth Harmon from ‘Queen’s Gambit’ (Washington Post) [November 2020]Biden hires all-female senior communications team, names Neera Tanden director of OMB (Washington Post) [November 2020]No game days. No bars. The pandemic is forcing some men to realize they need deeper friendships. (Washington Post) [November 2020]The College Athletes Who Are Allowed to Make Big Bucks: Cheerleaders (New York Times) [November 2020]Georgia Was a Big Win for Democrats. Black Women Did the Groundwork. (New York Times) [December 2020]Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller is the first woman to play Power 5 football. She’s been a long time coming. (New York Times) [December 2020] A Powerful Reporter Got Away With Sexual Misconduct for Decades. His Paper, and His Union, Looked the Other Way. (New York Times) [December 2020] GOP women’s record-breaking success reflects party’s major shift on recruiting and supporting female candidates (Washington Post) [December 2020] After they were banned from Reddit, trans-exclusionary radical feminists became the latest of many toxic communities to simply build their own platform. (The Atlantic) [December 2020] FKA twigs Sues Shia LaBeouf, Citing ‘Relentless’ Abusive Relationship (New York Times) [December 2020] She Stalked Her Daughter’s Killers Across Mexico, One by One (New York Times) [December 2020] The Year of Telfar: A queer Liberian-American designer became the success story of the pandemic. Now he wants to smash the old fashion system to bits. (New York Times) [December 2020] Air Force graduates its largest class of female test pilots and engineers in history (CNN) [December 2020]Rejected by her family, this woman has been ‘Queer Santa’ for 22 years (Washington Post) [December 2020] The Army is planning a major overhaul of its hair and grooming regulations (Task & Purpose) [December 2020] NFL: Cheerleader exploitation subject of PBS documentary (Yahoo Sports) [January 2021]Mortality rate for Black babies is cut dramatically when they’re delivered by Black doctors, researchers say (Washington Post) [January 2021] With ‘I Hate Men,’ a French Feminist Touches a Nerve (New York Times) [January 2021]A Farewell to the Trump Aesthetic (New York Times) [January 2021] [fashion and gender norms]The Black women who paved the way (Washington Post) [January 2021] [women in politics]She Thought the Grizzlies Wanted Hiring Advice. They Wanted Her. (New York Times) [January 2021] Biden selects transgender doctor Rachel Levine as assistant health secretary (Washington Post) [January 2021] Kamala Harris sworn into history with vice presidential oath (Washington Post) [January 2021] What Defines Domestic Abuse? Survivors Say It’s More Than Assault (New York Times) [January 2021] Just Don’t Call Her a Ghostwriter (New York Times) [January 2021] [writing about women/celebrities]How Women Are Changing the Philanthropy Game (New York Times) [January 2021]A Surge of Women in Ski Patrols, Once Nearly All Men (New York Times) [February 2021] Brazilian butt lift: behind the world’s most dangerous cosmetic surgery (The Guardian) [February 2021]Venezuelan Women Lose Access to Contraception, and Control of Their Lives (New York Times) [February 2021] The Lockdown Showed How the Economy Exploits Women. She Already Knew: Silvia Federici has been warning for decades of what happens when we undervalue domestic labor. (New York Times) [February 2021] Marine calls out Corps for sexual misconduct in ‘deeply disturbing’ video (Task & Purpose) [February 2021]As Pandemic Took Hold, Suicide Rose Among Japanese Women (New York Times) [February 2021] For Women in Economics, the Hostility Is Out in the Open (New York Times) [February 2021]How one woman’s bravery shaped her family’s destiny for generations (Washington Post) [February 2021] Speaking of Britney … What About All Those Other Women? (New York Times) [February 2021] A woman gave birth alone in a Kentucky jail. It’s a harrowing example of a bigger problem, experts say. (The Lily) [March 2021]‘She Is a Hero’: In Myanmar’s Protests, Women Are on the Front Lines (New York Times) [March 2021] What Is a Ballet Body? With performances on pause, many dancers are rethinking their relationship to weight. (New York Times) [March 2021] When the Barbizon Gave Women Rooms of Their Own (The New Yorker) [March 2021]Female activists in Russia now have a place to rest far from the political fights (Washington Post) [March 2021] The Pandemic Has Made Women Angry (The Atlantic) [March 2021] Bible teacher Beth Moore, Trump critic and advocate for sexual abuse victims, splits with Southern Baptist Convention (Washington Post) [March 2021]Trump Judge: Professor Has a First Amendment Right to Misgender a Trans Student in the Classroom (Slate) [March 2021]For Some Women, Working for Cuomo Is the ‘Worst Place to Be’ (New York Times) [March 2021]She Was Buried With a Silver Crown. Was She the One Who Held Power? (New York Times) [March 2021] In Nigeria, ‘Feminist’ Was a Common Insult. Then Came the Feminist Coalition (New York Times) [March 2021] In Rage Over Sarah Everard Killing, ‘Women’s Bargain’ Is Put on Notice (New York Times) [March 2021]A transgender girl struggles to find her voice as lawmakers attack her right to exist (Washington Post) [March 2021] Atlanta Suspect’s Fixation on Sex Is Familiar Thorn for Evangelicals (New York Times) [March 2021] An 89-Year-Old Sharpshooter Takes Aim at India’s Patriarchy (New York Times) [March 2021]How Racism and Sexism Intertwine to Torment Asian-American Women [Atlanta shootings] (New York Times) [March 2021]Paper Source’s Bankruptcy Leaves Female Cardmakers Feeling Burned (New York Times) [March 2021] Anger Erupts Over Disparities at N.C.A.A. Tournaments (New York Times) [March 2021] She Told Relatives She’d Been Raped. They Paraded Her and the Suspect. (New York Times) [March 2021]‘They Told Us Not to Resist’: Sexual Violence Pervades Ethiopia’s War (New York Times) [April 2021]Women’s sports can do at least one thing men’s can’t, experts say: Get bigger (Washington Post) [April 2021]A Chinese ‘Auntie’ Went on a Solo Road Trip. Now, She’s a Feminist Icon (New York Times) [April 2021]I Spent My Life Consenting to Touch I Didn’t Want (New York Times) [April 2021]How an Abstinence Pledge in the ’90s Shamed a Generation of Evangelicals (New York Times) [April 2021]After Going ‘Free of L.G.B.T.,’ a Polish Town Pays a Price (New York Times) [April 2021]Leaving Xinjiang has not meant Uyghur women are free of Beijing’s grasp (The Atlantic) [April 2021]Valkyrae Gets a Big Chair in the Gaming World (New York Times) [April 2021]Some young women embraced their gray hair during the pandemic. They might not go back. (Washington Post) [April 2021]What AOC’s and FKA twigs’ stories teach us about surviving sexual assault (Washington Post) [April 2021]How should transgender athletes participate in women’s sports? These Title IX pioneers want a say. (Washington Post) [April 2021]How Becky Lynch Became ‘The Man:’ On the eve of another WrestleMania, go inside the WWE Superstar’s brutal, bloody fight to shape the world to her will. (Elle) [April 2021]Afghan Women Fear the Worst, Whether War or Peace Lies Ahead (New York Times) [April 2021]Before Austin shooting, suspect’s family pleaded for more protection: ‘I’m afraid he might hurt me’ (Washington Post) [April 2021]Living Nonbinary in a Binary Sports World (Sports Illustrated) [April 2021]After Failures to Curb Sexual Assault, a Move Toward a Major Shift in Military Law (New York Times) [April 2021]They Believe in Ambitious Women. But They Also See the Costs. (New York Times) [April 2021]Girl, Wash Your Timeline [about a motivational speaker’s scandal] (New York Times) [April 2021]They Call It a ‘Women’s Disease.’ She Wants to Redefine It. (New York Times) [April 2021]True Romance: Janet Mock on the Final Season of ‘Pose’ (New York Times) [April 2021]Instagram fuels black market for maids in Persian Gulf (Washington Post) [May 2021]What If Everything We Know About Gymnastics Is Wrong? (New York Times) [May 2021]“It’s All About What Makes You Feel Good”: Billie Eilish On New Music, Power Dynamics, And Her Internet-Breaking Transformation (Vogue) [May 2021]Out Major General Tammy Smith retires after 35 years of service (LGBTQNation] [May 2021]Ugandan Climate Activist Vanessa Nakate Is Back in the Picture (New York Times) [May 2021]An Army trailblazer set her sights on a new target. The reaction highlights a deep rift. [military gender integration] (Washington Post) [May 2021]Deana Lawson: The Artist Upending Photography’s Brutal Racial Legacy (New York Times) [May 2021]Mother and Daughter Do the Same Job. Why Does One Make $9 More an Hour? (New York Times) [May 2021]Diversity in modeling is no longer simply a matter of race and ethnicity, size and age. It’s everything and anything. (Washington Post) [May 2021]Hall of Fame-bound Tamika Catchings and our conversation that affirmed everything (ESPN) [May 2021]Pride Said Gay Cops Aren’t Welcome. Then Came the Backlash. (New York Times) [May 2021]A New Benefit Raises an Old Question: Which Mothers Should Work? (New York Times) [June 2021]Trans Identity Is Not a Social Media Fad (Slate) [June 2021]Lesbians in Ballet: ‘Has Anyone Like Me Ever Walked These Halls?’ (New York Times) [June 2021]The state of Ohio vs. a sex trafficked teenager (Washington Post) [June 2021]Kate Winslet Has No Filter: The star of ‘Mare of Easttown’ is back on the sides of buses. Without airbrushing. (New York Times) [June 2021]To Keep Their Son Alive, They Sleep in Shifts. And Hope a Nurse Shows Up. (New York Times) [June 2021]Martina Navratilova Has Plenty to Say (New York Times) [June 2021]Malala Yousafzai’s Interview In ‘British Vogue’ Sparks Anger In Her Native Pakistan (NPR) [June 2021]Black female professors voice solidarity with journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones in UNC tenure showdown (New York Times) [June 2021]The Boys in Their Summer Dresses (New York Times) [June 2021]The Pill Helped Start the Sexual Revolution. What Will Phexxi Do? (New York Times) [June 2021]Why American Women Everywhere Are Delaying Motherhood (New York Times) [June 2021]#TravelingWhileTrans: The trauma of returning to ‘normal’ (Washington Post) [June 2021]Asian American masculinity is being increasingly celebrated. But many men still face stereotyping. (Washington Post) [June 2021]More than 1 million nonbinary adults live in the U.S., a pioneering study finds (Washington Post) [June 2021]‘The Rabbi Said It Was OK’: Hasidic Mother of 10 Becomes Doctor (New York Times) [June 2021]The Britney Spears Transcript, Annotated: ‘Hear What I Have to Say’ (New York Times) [June 2021]Supreme Court will not hear transgender bathroom rights dispute, a win for Va. student who sued his school for discrimination (Washington Post) [June 2021]Many moms left the workforce during the pandemic. For some, going back isn’t so simple. (Washington Post) [June 2021]A harvest for the world: A Black family farm is fighting racism in agriculture and climate change (Washington Post) [June 2021]Tampa teens reported a teacher’s sexual comments. Then a student’s life was upended. (Tampa Bay Times) [June 2021]Surviving as a Black transgender woman in Baton Rouge [about intimate partner violence] (Washington Post) [June 2021]Writing Guidelines:This report should demonstrate that youread the article closely.are considering the article from the perspective of Women’s Studies.can write an organized, clear, detailed, and properly cited report .Use APA Style to format the report and all citations (in-text and in the references list).Here are some links to resources which cover the APA format:Citation Guides for APA styles at the UMGC LibraryWhile I am happy to answer questions about the assignment, I encourage you to make use of UMGC’s Effective Writing Center if you’d like detailed writing help or another set of eyes to look at your paper before you turn it in. The EWC will require a few days to review a draft, so you will need to finish the paper early if you want to submit it to them.There is a sample News Report attached to this assignment. It is not a perfect paper, and yours does not need to look exactly like it, but it demonstrates a good understanding of the assignment and formatting requirements. The sample assignment is for informational purposes only. Your News Report should contain entirely original work, even if you choose a similar topic.Due DateSep 7, 2021 11:59 PMAttachmentsNews Report Sample.docx (23.49 KB)
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