240531 SE Reproduction: Culture, Politics and Biomedicine (P4) (2020S)
- Anmeldung von Sa 01.02.2020 00:01 bis Di 25.02.2020 23:59
- Abmeldung bis Mo 15.06.2020 23:59
Termine (iCal) - nächster Termin ist mit N markiert
Ziele, Inhalte und Methode der Lehrveranstaltung
Art der Leistungskontrolle und erlaubte Hilfsmittel
25% Class participation
50% Final written assignment
Guidance on writing the assignment is provided.Guidelines for the writing assignment:
Students are encouraged to write on a topic of their choosing. This should be discussed in advance with the course convener. You are encouraged to make a brief class presentation on the chosen topic.
Mindestanforderungen und Beurteilungsmaßstab
1. Relevance: The relevance of the question chosen and the extent to which the assignment addresses the question set
2. Material Used: The substance of the assignment, that is, the selection and use of relevant material gained from a variety of sources. Evidence of reading as well as empirical facts and illustrations.
3. Argument: The extent to which the assignment sets out a clearly structured discussion and analysis of the issues raised. Evidence of clear and independent thinking (i.e., signs that you can weigh up evidence, think through and assess arguments for yourself).
4. Scholarship: Basic literacy, fluency and quality of presentation as well as scholarly attribution of references and use of notes.
Recommended readings for the first session:
• Gill, Jungyun. 2016. Unequal Motherhoods and the Adoption of Asian Children: Birth, Foster, and Adoptive Mothers. Lexington Books.
• Ginsburg, F.D. and Rapp, R. (1995) Introduction: Conceiving the New World Order. In Ginsburg, F.D. and Rapp, R (ed) Conceiving the New World Order. Berkeley: University of California Press.
• Colen, S. (1995) "Like Mother to Them": Stratified Reproduction and West Indian Childcare Workers and Employers in New York. In Ginsburg, F.D. and Rapp, R (ed) Conceiving the New World Order. Berkeley: University of California Press.
• Hardon, A. (2006) Contesting Contraceptive Innovation: Reinventing the Script. Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 62 , 614-627.
• Martens, China; Gumbs, Alexis Pauline; Williams Mai A. 2016. Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines. PM Press.
• McCormack, K. 2005. Stratified Reproduction and Poor Women?s Resistance, 5, pp - 660-679.
• Richie, B.E. 1999. The Social Construction of the "Immoral" Black Mother: Social Policy, Community Policing, and Effects on Youth Violence. In Clarke, A and Olesen, V.L. Revisioning Women, Health, and Healing: Feminist, Cultural, and Technoscience Perspectives. New York: Routledge.