The spot can be a store a caf a bus stop an official building a hairdresser a gym a farmers market etc. You must spend at least 20 minutes in this place observing and taking notes on what you see and hear. You should observe who uses this place most (i.e. women men or LGBTQI people) and how often and for what reasons they use it. You must take at least three visits to this place and interact with people asking about their experience of the place as well as their opinions and feelings about it. You should carry a small notebook with you and jot down your notes in it. Once you have completed your visits and gathered sufficient data write an outline for your paper categorizing your data into themes that are relevant to gender and sexuality issues. You should clearly define your research question and make sure that you have appropriate evidence to answer the question. While analyzing your data you should also draw on concepts texts and discussions from the course. If you want to include supportive texts from outside the syllabus you are more than welcome to do that! Your final paper should not exceed 8 pages excluding your bibliography. The bibliography should be attached as a separate page. You are expected to use at least 5 academic references (i.e. ethnographies peer-reviewed journals articles from edited volumes etc.) 3 from the course readings (including recommended ones) and 2 outside the course material.
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