what does the story of older generations in your family tell you/us about the societies in which they lived?

1. Prepare a 2-3 page paper that analyzes the story of women in your family prepare the paper that follows the writing guidelines for our course. Use the following four-part format to organize and orient your writing.Introduction: explain the project and describe the women who are the focus of the paper. Provide their basic demographic information, explain the type of research you did with them, and also present the information about confidentiality (which of your relatives have agreed to being named—rather than a pseudonym—and did they agree to sharing the paper content with the class).zation: what does the story of older generations in your family tell you/us about the societies in which they lived? What do historical events occurring in their lives tell us about the context of the experiences they shared? What does your learning this semester provide in terms of interpreting the individual stories and the family story?Conclusion: what conclusion can you offer about your family, women’s lives, and changes over time?5. Interview QuestionsName?MOM: ErinGRANDMA: RuthSocial class position?BOTH: Middle ClassRace/ethnicity?BOTH: WhiteNationality?BOTH: AmericanWhere born?MOM: San DiegoGRANDMA: NebraskaWhere raised and lived?MOM: San DiegoGRANDMA: Nebraska, the San DiegoReligious affiliation?BOTH: ChristianNumber of marriages?BOTH: 1Number of children?MOM: 2GRANDMA: 2What is the highest level of education that you have achieved?MOM: AA at Grossmont JR CollegeGRANDMA: MASTERS in Teaching at San Diego State UniversityHow were you raised to be a girl? In other words, how was gender taught in your family?MOM: Always behave and carry your own weight.GRADMA: Had many many siblings, be independent and don\’t get into anyone business.Have you ever worked for pay outside the home?BOTH, yes.What sort of jobs have you had?MOM: Waitress, the factory, then construction, now at a school district.GRANDMA: Around the town as a little girl, then a teacherWhen did you first start working?MOM: 15 years oldGRANDMA: young, doesn\’t remember ageHow did you balance family life and child care with work outside the home?BOTH: Help from others to watch the childrenDo women today have it easier than before in terms of balancing careers with family and children?BOTH: I believe resources are easier to be found for a babysitter etc with Care.com and other sites like that.What advice do you have for young women who want to pursue a career?BOTH: Stick to your goals and don\’t listen to anybody else.How have you raised your children in terms of gender roles and expectations?BOTH: Be independent.Were rules different for the girls and the boys? If so, why?BOTH: NoWhat do you think are the most important issues that young women face today?BOTH: Being too involved in women activism and not looking at the bigger picture and bigger challenges the world faces.Gloria Steinem recently said that women’s reproductive rights are the most important concern for women’s futures. Would you agree?BOTH: YesAre there other issues of women’s health that you think are extremely important today?BOTH: We believe everyone\’s health is extremely important.What about problem of gender violence?BOTH: We don\’t pay attention to that in so much detail.What are your thoughts about the possibility of having a woman president?BOTH: If a woman wants to be president and is right for the job, then there is no problem with that. Gene has nothing to do with that decision.One of the things that we studied in WMST 101 this semester is the power of the media and popular culture.What do you think about feminism?Do you know any feminists?