Final Paper Guidelines: The final paper is a research paper, 5-6 pages, 12 point
Final Paper Guidelines: The final paper is a research paper, 5-6 pages, 12 point Times New Roman, in a consistent academic style. The subject matter of the paper will be to analyze the implications of the reversal of Roe v. Wade. You may choose intersectionality as your primary theory, but your paper should utilize an intersectional lens regardless of theory choice. Your paper should sample some themes/situations that occurred as a result of this ruling and should include the following points: ● A thesis statement to frame your paper (please put this in bold or italics) ● A general analysis of events through a theory/framework of your choice ● Relevant communities and how they’ve been affected by the reversal ● Some basic details of the theory or framework that you have chosen ● A bibliography with at least six sources in a consistent academic style This will be due July 29th at 11:59PM EST. Be sure to include all bullet points from the guidelines to receive full credit.it is for a Intro to Feminist Theory elective course on how theories in feminism apply to the reversal of Roe vs. Wade i have literary works to reference and powerpoints provided by the professor if needed upon request

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