Dr. John Lamberton - Clinical Sociologist
Putting Sociology to Work


Sex and Gender

Proprietary Lecture Notes


Write an informative Journal on the Journal topic scheduled for each week.  Use resources from the Internet and the UCO library (online or in-person) to gather your data for each Journal Assignment. 

Write a Journal on the topic of the week.  Then create a power point presentation that explains your Journal topic that you will use to present your Journal topic in class.  You will present your Journal assignment EVERY OTHER WEEK according to the schedule on PlayBook.  Submit your Journal every week and your power point presentation every other week as scheduled by email. 

To write your Journal, type a title page and attach it to the front of your Journal article.  Use one-inch margins and a Times New Roman 16 font on the title page. Double space four lines of text on the title page:  your name, the name and course number for your class,  Journal number and topic. Type the following three lines of text on the title page.   

(1) Your name

(2) UCO Cultural Anthropology SOC 2413.15354      

(3) Journal #2: Sex and Gender

Write a Journal that is a minimum of three pages in length.  If you desire, your Journal can be longer if your creative and introspective thoughts require more space. 

Type your Journal as a Word document.  DO NOT USE any program to write your Journal that requires me to sign into an "account" (Google docs?) to open your document.  A document that will not open with one click will not be accepted.  Use a Times New Roman 12-point font.  Use one-inch margins for the body of your Journal.  Double space your Journal article.  Include a title page to the two page Journal.  Use one-inch margins and a Times New Roman 16 font on the title page.  Center the text at the top of the title page.

Your Journal must be a minimum of four pages in length which includes the title page.

You will be assessed on the form of the Journal according to the PRESENTATIONS guidelinesIf your Journal assignment is not completely ready under these terms, it will be considered late and will be subject to the late submission terms of the Syllabus detailed in Section (9) LATE ASSIGNMENTS AND MAKE-UP WORK under GRADING POLICY and ASSIGNMENT LIST.  

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