Project #34244 - FOR MESHACK ONLY

 You are to read both Domestic Violence: A Cross-Cultural View and How Subtle Sex Discrimination Works. I want you to give responses to each reading that are substantive and are engaged with the information from both readings along with bringing in information from Rape in the Fields.

 (I will attach the 2 readings and the link to the movie Rape in the Fields is http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/rape-in-the-fields/ )

  You do not have to touch on everything within each reading and within the movie. However, if you are to focus on one aspect from each reading and the movie make sure that you tie it together sufficiently and sociologically engage with the information presented.

  I want 3 pages in total of writing from this assignment, at the very least.  Below you will find questions that you can answer in your paper or will guide you in your responses. You do not have to use some or any of these questions to write your responses (except the question for the documentary; I will be checking to make sure you’ve addressed this) but you may find them useful in how to think about each reading and how to connect them.

 

How Subtle Sex Discrimination Works

 1. Why are the various categories of subtle sex discrimination presented as oxymorons? How does subtle sexism differ from more blatant forms of discrimination?

 

2. What are the individual costs of subtle sex discrimination? What remedies might be effective in decreasing this form of inequality?

 

Domestic Violence: A Cross-Cultural View

 1. Leeder notes that rising industrialization and modernization increase the likelihood of family violence. Why, then, is wife battering also common in industrialized countries such as Japan and the United States?

 

2. Why do most of the women in these countries never complain about domestic violence? What individual, legal, historical, and cultural factors help explain their silence?

 3. Leeder urges the reader to suspend “any ethnocentric value judgments” about family violence. What does she mean? And, if we do so, does this mean that the global community shouldn’t interfere with a country’s violent practices against women and children?

 

Rape in the Fields

 1. Explain SOCIOLOGICALLY why the women in the documentary could not get cases to trial or the companies to take responsibility for the sexual assaults (there are many ways to look at this from a sociological perspective).

 

 

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