Writing assignment II should be 2 pages long, double-spaced (excluding references), a maximum of 500 words. Using references from the course material, define two key concepts from the course: 1) colonialism and 2) eugenics and then discuss the relevance of each term for the gender issues taken up in the course. This assignment is not about discussing the relationship between the two concepts, rather, it is about demonstrating a deep understanding of each concept. Ideally, each concept (definition and relevance) will be one page. So It should be one paragraph for colonialism’s definition and another paragraph for the relevance for colonialism. Then the third paragraph should be the definition of eugenics and the last paragraph should be the relevances of eugenics. For the references, only use the sources that are provided by me. And, around four sources for colonialism and four sources for eugenics. Thank you.
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