There are also feminist and queer implications- the commodification of reproductive organs and the heteronormative implications of eggs as a site of reproduction between a man and woman.

While reading, I was interested most by the discussions of the material-semiotic relationships of blood and its presence as a laboring commodity. I found the connections between blood’s status as an indicator of corruption (what the reading calls negative valuation) and as a racial allegory to be a convincing argument for the pervasiveness and continuation… Continue reading There are also feminist and queer implications- the commodification of reproductive organs and the heteronormative implications of eggs as a site of reproduction between a man and woman.

Explain any elements of prejudice found in the film

Option 3: Cultural Adaptation in Movies View one of the following movies. Discuss the cultural elements and issues that are present in the film. In your essay: Give a brief summary of the film State three (3) cultural elements/issues expressed in the film (for example: race, gender, religion, class, etc.) that we have covered in… Continue reading Explain any elements of prejudice found in the film

Please cite your resource(s).

No matter where we are in the lifespan, loss, death and dying are difficult experiences. Cultures vary as to how they process and experience these events. Share an Internet resource that describes another culture’s approach to death, dying, mourning, grief or bereavement. Please share how they may experience this with respect to one of the… Continue reading Please cite your resource(s).