An Argument Note
An argument note is written after you have read / viewed, and thought about the arguments put forth in an academic, intellectual manner, on a given topic. In your AN papers, you are tasked with demonstrating yourunderstanding of the readings / videos I have assigned.General information on AN papers is given in UMLearn.Please refer to the AN-1 handout for detailed requirements for the AN papers.Choose 2 from the list of options below.Remember you are not expected to summarize everything you read.Select 3-4 key points from each item you choose, and summarize them.1. The reading by Tabobondung et al (2014) Indigenous midwifery as an expression of sovereignty. (online course reading pdf). APA reference provided in the description area under the reading in UMLearn.2. Chapter 1 from the book “Not a new Problem: Violence in the lives of disabled women”. APA reference: Owen, M. Hiebert-Murphy, D & Ristock, J. (2018). Disability, violence and social change. In Not a new problem: Violence in the lives of Disabled Women (pp. 1-14). Fernwood Press Canada.3. Airton, Lee (2018). Chapter 1 pages 26 – 43 (section begins with “Fact or Process”… and goes to the end of the chapter). From the book “Gender Your Guide”4. Airton, Lee (2018) Chapter 6 “Noticing and Changing Gendered Language” from the book “Gender Your Guide”.5. The TED talk by Kimberle Crenshaw (2016). The Urgency of Intersectionality. Publisher: TED talks. https://www.ted.com/talks/kimberle_crenshaw_the_urgency_of_intersectionality?language=en#t-1123190Use the information provided by these sources to construct your APA citations and references.We use the Significance of Letter grades chart (attached to the AN-1 handout) to assign a letter grade to your paper.In your paper you must use in text citations, as described here:https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/in_text_citations_the_basics.html. This influences your grade on AN papers, and is part of the U of M policy on academic integrity (i.e. avoiding plagiarism).