This article examines the activities and ideas of black women Communists Grace Campbell and Williana Burroughs as Pan-African intellectuals. Burroughs drew on her experiences in these formations when she became the first black woman to participate in an international Communist gathering in Moscow in While neither theorized an intersectional approach to race, gender, and class, their activism informed important Communist organizations.
Hi guys, Seeing as I have been receiving a lot of questions about the IRP due to its complexity and weighting; I thought I would compile a bit of how to helper guide. Feel free to add other suggestions as well; these are just a rough start for those that are completely lost- if I have time I will add more.
Picking a topic can be difficult. But remember, the topic chosen for the focus of your IRP should be related to the course content in at least one or more of the following areas: Resource Management Section 8. Choose a topic you are interested in. If the topic is too broad you can end up overwhelmed with information.
Try to relate your topic to wellbeing, if possible. Wellbeing is such a huge part of what CAFS is about. By picking a topic related to wellbeing you will practice writing about it, which will help for the trial and HSC exams.
Your topic can be written as a hypothesis, or as a research question. What is a hypothesis? A research topic is often written as a hypothesis. It is a positive statement of what the researcher expects to find out, or an idea that he or she wants to test. Some common examples of CAFS hypotheses: Are there any topics studied in CAFS so far that have interested me?
Is there more I would like to find out about an issue affecting one of the groups I studied for my last research assignment? Is there anything I would like to know about family dynamics or parenting which I would like to research?
Parenting and Caring is our next module to study in CAFS- by choosing a topic in this area you will give yourself a head start in this module Example - birth order and the effect on behaviour, parents that abuse drugs and the effects on children, same sex parents and the wellbeing of their children, two parents working and the effect on family life, multiple births and the effects on parents, the effects on a sibling of a child with a disability, etc.
Is there anything I would like to research about individuals and work? Setting Out the IRP Whilst this is one way many teachers have different perspectives- so always double check the rubric It is important that you set your IRP out according to the following format.
The word count is approximate only. It assists with the binding process and will make them easily identifiable when they are catalogued in the library for future classes to utilise. Please write your IRP title as neatly and as clearly as possible.
Please note that your name is not included here. Title Page You can set out this page however you wish. Include this page as a page number on your contents page.
Contents Page This is the index at the front of the page, which identifies headings, sub headings and page numbers. Abstract This should be about half to one page in length. It is best to do this after you have completed your project.
It should provide a brief summary or description of the research, introducing the project and the objectives. It outlines research methodologies used and briefly discusses the findings and conclusions.
Acknowledgements This is a very short section to thank the people who have helped you do this project. It could include the names of teachers, friends, parents or organisations that assisted you. Introduction Approximately words This provides a brief description of the objectives of the project.
Talk about what you wanted to find out and why. Identify the syllabus areas your IRP relates to. Literature Review Approximately words This reviews the information that already exists about the topic. The more relevant the information is to your specific topic, the better.
The information that already exists may include chapters in textbooks, magazine articles, newspapers, journals, brochures, videos, television programs and statistics.In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. Hauntings: Anxiety, Technology, and Gender in Peter Panl ANN WILSON J.M.
Barrie's Peter Pan () circulates in the popular imagination as a happy tale for children that, through the adventures of Peter and the other children in Never Land, celebrates playfulness.
Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin The Paid Leave Project is a dedicated initiative managed by Panorama to help companies prepare for making the most of their paid leave program. We work with U.S. companies to demonstrate the benefits – for both employers and employees – of a comprehensive paid family and medical leave program.
An ultimate goal of a free gender society is to alter the media landscape and eliminate such ads from it, but a more immediate goal allows men to specifically alter their psychological and physical approaches to women, or men, in heterosexual and homosexual relationships.
An amazing story-telling and reflection on Mauritius, written by Mateus Costa Santos, from Mozambique, who recently participated in the School of Ecology in Port Louis city, Mauritius. Showing to a room full of young, hip editors, you could sense the rush of longing for clothes which veered from pan-gender (the oversize linen blazer which opened the show, taken from his men’s.