Why is it important to liberalize women to gain reproductive rights in dealing with population issues?

Description
You must identify 15 sources broken down into four categories: Popular Press (Newspapers and Magazines) ? 4 articles
Websites/Blogs/Electronic Sources ?4 websites (.edu/.org)
Academic Journals ? 4 articles
Example: Ecological Applications (journal), In UO Library electronic searches under ?Articles and databases? look for Article Peer Reviewed Journal to indicate peer reviewed journal articles.
Books ? 3 books You are not expected to read the entire book. Use the table of contents and index to find the most relevant chapters and passages.
Unacceptable sources for this particular set of assignments include: online documentaries(they are considered a MEDIA source and are not for use in these assignments), and Wikipedia(which can be a useful reference but is not of the caliber required for serious academic work). An online newspaper article can be used as either an electronic source or popular press but not both.
[Task 3: Begin to compile your research using all four of the sources from listed above. Crunching the numbers will tell you that you need a total of 15 sources that you have previewed related to your research question.
Task 4: Create an MLA format ?Works Cited? (otherwise known as a ?Bibliography?) page using all 15 of your sources.]

[Task 5: For popular press, websites, and academic journals, chose 3 sources from each to annotate. Additionally, chose 1 book source on your compiled list and create 10 annotations in MLA format.
Task 6: Please type your research question at the top of a page, then below add your 3 website annotations, 3 popular press annotations, 3 academic journal article annotations and finally 1 book annotations. Note: the book annotations can either be a summary of the entire book or of a specific chapter that relates to your topic.
Formatting: – Use 1? margins, 12 pt font, Times New Roman – Double space between annotations, 1.5 space the annotation paragraph, single space the actual citation. – Do not use page # specifications.
Content: Each annotation should contain three elements: -Concise, very brief summary -Bias of author (critique of the source) -The value or implications of the information You will be graded on these three elements of each annotation and your ability to accurately follow the MLA guidelines Length: Each annotation should be: – 1-2 paragraphs – 5-10 sentences per paragraph. (Reminder: make sure to include name and research question at the top of the assignment)

[Task 7: Take your annotations and compile them into a summary of your research. Formulate an introductory paragraph Summarize your findings for each of the source categories Transition between research source categories with an assessment of that source (strengths, weaknesses, and biases of the general source category). Formulate a conclusion that answers your research question and states the significance of your research. You must include in-text citations embedded in the text of the summary as well as a Works Cited page at the end. -The Works Cited should cover ONLY the citations used in the summary, not the entire research assignment. A conclusion is not just summarizing, it is a synthesis of ideas related to the topic and possible implications to the field. Structure: Introductory Paragraph, Summarize Findings for Each Source Category (3 paragraphs), Conclusion (2 paragraphs).
INTL 101 FALL?16
Research and Writing Assignments Overview and Instructions
Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to familiarize you with different types of sources for research, to aid in the understanding and importance of proper citation and formatting, and to give you a more in-depth look into one particular aspect of a topic covered more generally in this course. While completing this assignment, you will develop a critical approach to the use of various sources of information. You will gain familiarity with international and cross-cultural resources. You will create an annotated bibliography that assesses the relevance and quality of your sources. Final Product: Your final product will be a well researched 4-5 page paper that addresses your research question and includes a brief analysis of a source types. You will also produce an MLA format bibliography and an annotated bibliography.

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Below you will find three distinct assignments that build upon one another to culminate in a final paper. Note that each assignment has a different due date to help you in terms of budgeting your time. Fair Warning: No late assignments will be accepted for credit without prior permission. You must identify 15 sources broken down into four categories: Popular Press (Newspapers and Magazines) ? 4 articles
Example: New York Times, The Economist, McLeans

www.world-newspapers.com – Allows you to search by country and has newspapers in multiple languages
Websites/Blogs/Electronic Sources ?4 websites (.edu/.org)
Example: 1. The Nature Conservancy Official Website HYPERLINK “http://www.nature.org” www.nature.org
Academic Journals ? 4 articles
Example: Ecological Applications (journal), Air-Mediated Pollen Flow from Genetically Modified to Conventional Crops (article title)

In UO Library electronic searches under ?Articles and databases? look for Article Peer Reviewed Journal to indicate peer reviewed journal articles.

Books ? 3 books
You are not expected to read the entire book. Use the table of contents and index to find the most relevant chapters and passages.

Unacceptable sources for this particular set of assignments include: online documentaries (they are considered a MEDIA source and are not for use in these assignments), and Wikipedia (which can be a useful reference but is not of the caliber required for serious academic work).
An online newspaper article can be used as either an electronic source or popular press but not both. We are here to help. Ask questions, come to office hours, communicate any problems or challenges, and be proactive. Contact information for the GTFs is posted on the canvas site. Tasks and Due Dates
Task 1: Choose a topic that is specific to one of the issues that we will generally cover in the class, choose a specific country (or region). This will be the topic you use for the rest of these assignments throughout the course. Task 2: Formulate a research question based on your topic.
Example: Why do some developing countries oppose the import of genetically modified seeds and food? **Important Note: for each subsequent task please make sure to restate the research question on the top of the page. ***Upperclassman have the option of completing a standard research paper, but must get approval from Professor Martin first. If you choose to do this, include a short statement in your document for Task 1&2 that you are either requesting permission or that you have already gotten approval to do the standard research paper. You will not have to turn in Tasks 3-6, and will turn in your final research paper on December 5th. The paper must be at least 8-10 pages in length and must include a minimum of 10 sources.
Tasks 1-2 Due: ELECTRONIC VERSION UPLOADED to CANVAS & PRINTED COPY(submitted on the day of your discussion) (NO EMAIL VERSIONS OF THIS ASSIGNMENT WILL BE ACCEPTED, NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION) Task 3: Begin to compile your research using all four of the sources listed above.
Crunching the numbers will tell you that you need a total of 15 sources that you have previewed related to your research question.
Task 4: Create an MLA format ?Works Cited? (otherwise known as a ?Bibliography?) page using all 15 of your sources. For tips on creating an MLA formatted ?Works Cited? page visit:
HYPERLINK “http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/05/” http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/05/ HYPERLINK “http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/12/” http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/12/
(Reminder: make sure to include name and research question at the top of the assignment) Tasks 3-4 Due: ELECTRONIC VERSION UPLOADED to CANVAS and PRINTED COPY(submitted on the day of your discussion).Tasks 1-4 will be worth 5% of your course grade (NO EMAIL VERSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED, NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION) Task 5: For popular press, websites, and academic journals, chose 3 sources from each to annotate. Additionally, chose 1 book source on your compiled list and create 10 annotations in MLA format. For definitions and tips to create annotations visit:
HYPERLINK “http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/01/” http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/01/
For example annotations visit:
HYPERLINK “http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/” http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/
For in person help make good use of the helpful library staff!
Task 6: Please type your research question at the top of a page, then below add your 3 website annotations, 3 popular press annotations, 3 academic journal article annotations and finally 1 book annotations.
Note: the book annotations can either be a summary of the entire book or of a specific chapter that relates to your topic.
Formatting: – Use 1? margins, 12 pt font, Times New Roman – Double space between annotations, 1.5 space the annotation paragraph, single space the actual citation – Do not use page # specifications Content: Each annotation should contain three elements: – Concise, very brief summary – Bias of author (critique of the source) – The value or implications of the information You will be graded on these three elements of each annotation and your ability to accurately follow the MLA guidelines Length: Each annotation should be: – 1-2 paragraphs – 5-10 sentences per paragraph (Reminder: make sure to include name and research question at the top of the assignment) Task 5-6 ELECTRONIC VERSION UPLOADED to CANVAS and PRINTED COPY(submitted on the day of your discussion). Task 5-6 will be worth 15% of your course grade Task 7: Take your annotations and compile them into a summary of your research. Formulate an introductory paragraph Summarize your findings for each of the source categories Transition between research source categories with an assessment of that source (strengths, weaknesses, and biases of the general source category) Formulate a conclusion that answers your research question and states the significance of your research. You must include in-text citations embedded in the text of the summary as well as a Works Cited page at the end -The Works Cited should cover ONLY the citations used in the summary, not the entire research assignment A conclusion is not just summarizing, it is a synthesis of ideas related to the topic and possible implications to the field.

Structure: Introductory Paragraph Summarize Findings for Each Source Category (3 paragraphs) Conclusion (2 paragraphs) (Reminder: make sure to include name and research question at the top of the assignment) Task 7 , ELECTRONIC VERSION UPLOADED to CANVAS and PRINTED COPY Task 7 is worth 15% of your course grade.
(NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION)

Research Question: Why is it important to liberalize women to gain reproductive rights in dealing with population issues?
Works Cited

Shah, Anup. ?Gender and Population Issues.? Global Issues. 13 Jun. 2001. Web. 11 Oct. 2016.
http://www.globalissues.org/article/217/gender-and-population-issues

Reproductive Health Matters 6.11 (1998): 186-89. Web.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/3775591
(Reviewed Work: Negotiating Reproductive Rights: Women’s Perspectives across Countries and cultures)

Isaacs, Stephen L. “Incentives, Population Policy, and Reproductive Rights: Ethical Issues.” Studies in Family Planning 26.6 (1995): 363-67. Web.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2138101

Obermeyer, Carla Makhlouf. “A Cross-Cultural Perspective on Reproductive Rights.” Human Rights Quarterly 17.2 (1995): 366-81. Web.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/762522

Reproductive Health Matters 6.11 (1998): 186-89. Web.
Negotiating Reproductive Rights: Women’s Perspectives across Countries and Cultures
http://www.jstor.org/stable/3775591

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