Please explain how biological determinism and cultural constructivism differ in their approach to gender. How might trans rights activists or intersex rights activists appeal to either position to fight discriminatory practices against them?

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. 1. Please explain how biological determinism and cultural constructivism differ in their approach to gender. How might trans rights activists or intersex rights activists appeal to either position to fight discriminatory practices against them? 2. Provide a brief definition and explanation of the following terms: Cis, Trans, Queer, Gender non-binary. You can reference Egale Canada or another similar Canadian organization to help you. 3. The Canadian Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW) uses Intersectional Feminist Frameworks (IFFs) as an analytical approach to gender social and economic justice. What are IFFs and why are they so important as an analytical lens for understanding gender in Canada? 4. What is the Indian Act and what are two ways it discriminated against Indigenous women? 5. In their chapter “Woman the Hunter”, Hetty Jo Brumbach and Robert Jarvena used a method called “ethnoarcheology” to study the gender division of labour among the Cree, Chipewyan, and Métis Cree in northwestern Saskatchewan. What is ethnoarcheology and what is one way this method can help counter gender bias in research about past and present subsistence practices? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1h4gSC5yJcY&t=218s
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