Ender and family violence increased as a result of Chernobyl

Guidelines:
The paper is on the Petryna ethnography. It is to be 4-5 pages, double-spaced, 12-pt font, and 1inch margins. Information must be properly cited. I have no preference as to style format, but you must include either a works cited page or bibliography. In general your works cited will contain just the Petryna entry. No extra spaces between paragraphs. The paper must be titled, and the introductory paragraph must contain an obvious thesis sentence a thesis sentence is to be highlighted. End with a short conclusion, which can be as brief as two lines. Keep in mind as you write that this is a position paper.
Topic explain:
Some cultural anthropologists root their ethnography among a given population in a particular location and focus on the way historical processes have had on the lives of the local population. Adriana Petryna is one such anthropologist. In Life exposed: Biological Citizens after Chernobyl, Petryna, using a multi-sited approach seeks to reach an understanding of the impact Chernobyl had on the Ukrainian population. Based on my reading of Petryna, I argue that Gender and family violence increased as a result of Chernobyl. Chernobyl had the effect of emasculating males. A not uncommon way in which males reacted to their emasculation was to resort to violence against their spouses and/or families.