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The Last Week of Classes!

It’s FINALLY here – the last week of classes! So much has been going on lately that I haven’t really had any time to post updates, but soon I’ll have to start figuring out what to do with this blog – since I won’t be a senior for much longer! 352 more words

Sociology 101 Review

Breaking the Norms Paper

A norm is defined as something being usual, typical, or standard. Being a female to male transgendered identified person; I break the norms on a regular basis (particularly when I don’t “pass”). 600 more words

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FHS 2450 Human Sexuality Review

Question: Most of us portray gender roles to varying extremes and in various ways. Some of us are androgynous in our gender roles. Some people feel pressured by peers, family, or societal assumptions to act in certain ways. 1,026 more words

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AAG 2014: presenting trans geographies

A few weeks ago, I presented my paper at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers (which is a misnomer as all geographers are British… and they work in Canada… so it seems.) My paper was titled… 1,534 more words

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Trying Sente instead of Papers. Two annoying setbacks.

Following the disappointments with the recent version of Papers I am trying Sente 6, a competing reference and pdf management software. The initial impression is unfortunately not very good. 216 more words

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Theoretical Assessment: The Narrative-Dissertative Method

Over the course of the semester, we have read a number of authors who put forth their individual theories regarding the epistemology of history. Theory, in history, attempts to look at history in a broad sense and attempts to find patterns which will clue the historian into what he or she can know, versus what he or she can only stipulate. 1,852 more words

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