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Please follow the instructions carefully and answer all of the items. All return assignments are check for plagiarism prior to releasing payment. Do not use Wikipedia. Only use sources from the readings listed below. Make sure you have this textbook: Lourdes Beneria, Guseli Berik and Maria S. Floro. 2016. Gender, Development and Globalization: Economics as if All People Mattered. New York, Routledge. [Beneria et.al.]. DO NOT BID OFFERS IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE TEXTBOOK MENTIONED FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT. Required Reading and YouTube Video: 1. Watch the video ‘The Line” : https://youtu.be/zZxjb4gB93A 2. Read Chapter 6. “Development as if all people mattered”. Lourdes Beneria, Guseli Berik and Maria S. Floro. 2016. Gender, Development and Globalization: Economics as if All People Mattered. New York, Routledge. [Beneria et.al.]. 3. Read Chapter 3 Pg. 107. “Concentration of wealth”. Lourdes Beneria, Guseli Berik and Maria S. Floro. 2016. Gender, Development and Globalization: Economics as if All People Mattered. New York, Routledge. [Beneria et.al.]. Questions: Your essays should be well-argued, well-written, free from typos and other mistakes, and well-organized. You should demonstrate that you followed the readings and lectures. 1. Please watch the documentary The Line, Read Chapter 6 from Beneria et. al.’s Gender, Develpoment and Globalization, and write an analytical review of the documentary, using the theory of intersectionality to frame your analysis. Was anything in this movie surprising to you? https://youtu.be/zZxjb4gB93A 2. According to Beneria et. al., “the twin engines of global economic integration, neoliberal policies and technological change, have been instrumental in accelerating two processes” (p. 107). What are these two processes? How has neoliberal globalization affected women in countries in South Asia? Give a specific example. Do not forget to define globalization and neoliberalism. 3. You work for an international organization concerned with child marriage in South Asia and its impact on women’s reproductive health. You want to start programs to address this problem in a village in a country in South Asia of your choice. What strategies will you follow, so you do not reproduce negative stereotypes about this country? What is the best way to end this practice?

GENDER, DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBALIZATION

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