Drawing explicitly on all four of the readings (Zescott et al, Lawrence & Keleher, Dean & Range, Matsuzaka & Knapp) discuss the following question(s):
The materials from these two weeks all bear on stress, trauma and vulnerability, with some materials focusing more on structural inequality, and others on social pressures, perceptions and expectations. As you contemplate the materials, what observations do you have about social vulnerability?
Instructions: Your essay should be typed, double-spaced, and a minimum of 800 words (no maximum length). Although grammar and writing style are not explicitly part of the grading criterion, your essays should be read-able and reasonably well-organized. Your citations may be either parenthetically in-text or in footnotes or endnotes. Since your citations will be course materials, you do not need to include a distinct bibliography. Citations should at minimum include the author and year (where applicable), and if quotations are used, the page number. Citations may conform to any disciplinary style you choose (e.g. ASA, APA, MLA), so long as you use one style consistently. There are no other formatting requirements that are not explicitly specified here.
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