Nope, there were four criteria for marking the assignment: *Demonstrated knowledge of and engagement with some of the sociological concepts, theories and arguments profiled in lectures, tutorials and in unit reader. Presents a clear and relevant response to the question (35%). (B-) *Application of sociological concepts, theories and arguments to issues in one’s everyday life and/or contemporary culture (35%) (B-) Ability to correctly apply Harvard referencing style (15%). (C) Use of appropriate language, written expression, and correct spelling and grammar (15%). (B-) As for the connection... I was giving a couple of examples of gender discrimination in the west, when the essay was mostly about body type and shape.