INSTRUCTIONS ARE EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. Please label the questions per sections.

Please label the questions per sections.
Part 1.
Defining Core Concepts
For each of the three concepts below:
Define in your own words, citing a source from the course reading
Identify and describe one example from the course reading that demonstrates how each concept applies to the experiences of women in the workforce.
Answers do not need to be in essay format, so no thesis statement is required. You may paraphrase definitions provided in lecture slides but please do not quote them. You will be evaluated on the accuracy and complexity of your interpretation of the definitions and examples provided in the lectures and course texts.
(150-175 words per concept)
1. Patriarchy
2. Intersectionality
3. Emotional Labor
Part 2.
Quotation Analysis.
200-250 words
Interpret the following quotation from The Woman’s Wage by Alice Kessler-Harris. Please explain the quotation in the context of Kessler-Harris’ argument in the chapters.
“The wage scale in a modern industrial economy, [William Smart] suggested, was typically determined by “what a worker does.” But for a woman “what the worker is” was the gauge of wages.”
Part 3.
Essay Question.
550-600 words
Answer the following essay question. Essays should include an introductory paragraph with a central thesis, three body paragraphs that include evidence from lectures and course readings that support your thesis, and a brief conclusion.
Write an essay in which you analyze how capitalism “ascribes value to difference.” Specifically, please consider the role of identity in wage inequality. I encourage you to analyze the concept of the “mythical norm in your answer. Your essay should cite the module 2 lecture and at least two course readings that you have not discussed elsewhere in this exam.

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