Book Review on Gender, Ideas, Interactions, Institutions by Lisa Wade, Mira Marx Ferree 3rd edition.
Two separate homeworks with same instruction but different chapters both 4 pages.

This is the book for the assignments.
Book name: Gender, Ideas, Interactions, Institutions by Lisa Wade, Mira Marx Ferree 3rd edition.

1)
Read Chapters 1 and 2

Must at least three and a half pages long (could be more). Dedicate at least one page to each assigned chapter (there will be two chapters assigned weekly), and at least one page for your reaction/reflections.
Must have an introduction, body, and conclusion
Must be formatted correctly (12pt font, double space, etc.)
Must be written in either MLA, APA, or Chicago Style Format
Must include proper citations (for direct quotes or paraphrased sections)
For each paper, you will include a summary of each assigned chapter and your personal reaction/reflections. You may address the following:

How have the assigned readings challenged your assumptions? Why? How?
Can you relate to the information presented? Explain (for instance, reflect on your upbringing, cultural/familial expectations, etc.
Provide an example of a place in the world where individuals share similar experiences or challenges. Describe commonalities and differences between groups.

2)
Chapters 3 and 4

Must at least three and a half pages long (could be more). Dedicate at least one page to each assigned chapter (there will be two chapters assigned weekly), and at least one page for your reaction/reflections.
Must have an introduction, body, and conclusion
Must be formatted correctly (12pt font, double space, etc.)
Must be written in either MLA, APA, or Chicago Style Format
Must include proper citations (for direct quotes or paraphrased sections)
For each paper, you will include a summary of each assigned chapter and your personal reaction/reflections. You may address the following:

How have the assigned readings challenged your assumptions? Why? How?
Can you relate to the information presented? Explain (for instance, reflect on your upbringing, cultural/familial expectations, etc.
Provide an example of a place in the world where individuals share similar experiences or challenges. Describe commonalities and differences between groups.