CREATED ON 27th July 2018
COMPLETED ON 1st August 2018
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Are women less privileged in today’s society than men?

The topic is your choice on anything related to Sociology. The paper should be 1400 words to 1500 words. No more - no less Bibliography should be included at the end of the paper Do not submit a cover sheet List your name and title of the paper at the left hand margin - that's it - nothing else Ariel – 12 point font using 1 1/2 spacing throughout the document You must submit in a word document only A minimum of two appropriate sources (bibliography) Do not use Wikipedia as a source
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27 July 2018
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