This essay focuses on compare and synthesize information.You can of course also include other sources that you are familiar with and that help you find answers to these questions.
For your answers, please try to compare and synthesize information from the three articles. On this subject that I gave you under the title “Gendered Identities” .These are the texts by Deniz Kandiyoti, Amalia Sa’ar, and Uma Narayan. You can of course also include other sources that you are familiar with and that help you find answers to these questions.
How well do you answer the main questions?. How well do you synthesize information from these three articles?. (for example: Do you point out similarities and/or differences between the authors’ main arguments?. Are you able to summarize shared views?. Are you able to use ethnographic data from different sources to provide evidence for an argument?.
Do you highlight additional insights by one author that the others might not have included in their texts?) . How well is your paper organized? Does it have introduction, main body and conclusion?. Is there a logical structure to your essay. A certain “flow” that makes it easy to understand your arguments? Language usage and correctness.
. Lazarus notes the widely accept philosophical principle that “happiness depends on the background psychological status of the person…and cannot be well predicted without reference to one’s expectations.
Lazarus notes that objective conditions of life are those of hardship and deprivation. Often make a positive assessment of their well-being,” while “people who are objectively well off. Often make a negative assessment of their well-being.” Lazarus argues that “the most sensible explanation of this apparent paradox is that people. Develop favorable or unfavorable expectations” that guide such assessments