Be sure to start with YOUR argument. You are forming and supporting your argument, not summarizing the reading.First, give a mini-argument within the context of a topic for that week. You must back up your argument with evidence from the week’s readings — be sure to introduce and attribute the quote, give a direct (with quotation marks) or indirect (paraphrased without quotation marks) quotation, then discuss how the quote applies to your thesis statement.

Please give page numbers for each footnote. For footnotes, you need to give a specific page number. And please follow the Chicago Manual of Style format.
And please be sure to attribute your citations — say “According to ….”
Please use superscript numbers for footnotes, not [1]. Footnotes go at the bottom of each page.

– Tobias    Hubinette,    “Nationalism,    Subalternity,    and    the    Adopted    Koreans,”    Journal of    Women’s    History 19.1    (Spring    2007):    117-122.
– Eun    Mee    Kim,    Ok    Kyung    Yang,    Haiyoung    Lee,    and    Hae    Lim    Cho,    South    Korea    Advances   
toward    a    Multicultural    Society    (Seoul:    Nanam,    2012),    94-127.
– Barbara    Molony,    Janet,    Theiss,    Hyaeweol    Choi,    Gender    in    Modern    East    Asia:    China,    Korea,   
Japan,    An    Integrated    History (Boulder,    CO:    Westview    Press,    2017),    458-473.


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