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Writing an Argumentative Essay topic your subject a noun thesis your specific argument about the topic a sentence or multiple sentences argumentative controversial when writing about a person the argument becomes defending their role significance for comparative essays compare active versus passive voice other writing innovations of the two writers good elements for a paper definitions analogies consequences testimonials NonSexist Neighborhood Article CoHousing Model for Habitations Communities Focus on expanding family unit tasks to Larger community coops shared daycare laundry meals shopping recreation green spacesetc allows for more support and freedom for single and working moms in particular also creates jobs w egalitarian pay My thoughts Egalitarian or Border on Commune gt Communism Pros Brings in the GOOD elements of localized organization citystates Regardless shift for it due to economy alone examples of cohousing in America American adopting cohousing ideas from Europe httpwwwcitylabcomhousing201501canboomersmakecohousing mainstream384624 cohousing communities in America httpwwwcohousingorgdirectory EXAM 2 Sacagawea article she was used as a hero by feminists who wanted to have a romanticized figure to reclaim history irony using a native american woman appropriation to highlight Feminist roles in American Imperialism several statues made of her Duniway in Pioneer Mothers said Sacagawea was tied to asian culture point to asia as they traveled west back to the orient AfricanAmericans and the Land Articles 2 bell hook amp glave during slavery many african americans had lavish gardens and grew flowers to color their worlds and homes AfricanAmericans originally were very tied to the land they brought knowledge from africa and they learned a lot from the Native Americans and the Native Americans bonded with them over the fact that they TOO were entitled to the land just like the white man gender roles were more fluid for african americans preindustrialization moving north to cities stole the identity with the land from AfricanAmericans many of them lost their language for expressing beauty or love because this imagery had been so tied to the land for the african american farmers in the late 1800s and early 1900s gardening and farming knowledge came from personal experience friend knowledge academia and publications personal experience was acknowledged as being a recognized legitimate source for knowledge Booker T Washington reinforced classism by promoting higher education for some AfricanAmericans and teaching the poorer ones how to farm better Problematic NO mention of George Washington Carver more welloff AfricanAmericans formed their own associations and clubs for forestry and conservation during the progressive movement strands of ecofeminism womanist feminism cultural feminism biological Rachel Carson Silent Spring launched secondwave environmentalism was a prerunner to Chaos Theory rhetoric postHiroshima world people are becoming aware of postww2 nuclear fallout politically the 50s are a time of wealth and expansion globalization in economy the obligation to endure gives us the right to know Jean Rostand was seen as antimodern by her critiquers Ecology interaction between living things and their surroundings debates Overproduction politics the rise of paying people NOT to grow is happening Read and Analyse Dorsetta Taylor for Tuesday Commentary
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