WST 3324 TUSF Womenhood Experiences References
Topic I picked: Campbell, C. (1999, November 10). Selling sex in the time of AIDS: The Psycho-social context of condom use by sex workers on a Southern African mine. Social Science & Medicine. Retrieved September 13, 2021, from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0277953699003172 (Links to an external site.).The article I’ve chosen focuses on the day to day struggles that women in Souther Africa face with sex work. The AIDS epidemic in Africa is borderline-extreme and continues to be fueled through sex work in the community. Sex work is a means of survival for these women and quitting it is not an option for many, this study is digging deeper into the organization and conditions that it takes for these women. This study is also helping shine a light on what it takes everyday for these women to get past the trauma and risk involved in this field because simplifying it to their “powerlessness” fails to take in the difficulty of what they do (Campbell, 1999). I plan to use this source to dive into the bigger issue of the dangers of sex work in minorities specifically, this is a well respected author and a topic that I am passionate about. I believe this is an easy argument to make and will lead me to other strong sources.
Instructions: Remember that you are sticking with the same topic you selected for your previous DS Project assignment. Your topic must relate to women’s health and the environment. Remember, your topic is the one that you are researching for your semester-long WST 3324 Desk Study (DS) Project.
Utilize complete sentences. Be as specific as possible and narrow your focus as needed. Your DS Project is composed of several parts.Feel free to utilize Google Scholar and/or USF Library’s Research Tools.Second:Include, in formal APA style, a list of your Desk Study References for at least ten (10) sources that you find on your topic and will use to prepare your annotated bibliography, formal paper/report, and presentation. You are required to include:
- a complete title page
- a complete references list that features at least ten (10) peer-reviewed scholarly sources on your topic
- your entire document must be in formal APA style
To find sources to use, you are to research your topic. Do this by reading peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles that you find online (begin by using USF’s library site: https://lib.usf.edu/ (Links to an external site.)). Those articles should clearly pertain to the topic you selected.Remember, all of your selected sources must be formal, peer-reviewed scholarly academic journal articles. Books are acceptable, too, of course. You may not use videos, audio clips, or other media. To find your sources, please use USF’s library, other academic library sites, and/or Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.com/ (Links to an external site.)).***All scholarly sources that you use for your DS Project must be works that were originally published in the last 10 years (originally published in 2010 or since).***