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Whose Table do you join? Essay- COURSE FIGHTER | coursefighter.com
The past two weeks we talked about different classical sociological theorists and sociological frameworks.
This week’s essay will include three parts.
PART I (300-400 words): Whose Table do you Join?
I want you to consider the following scenario: Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, and Georg Simmel walk into a cafeteria. They each sit at separate tables.
Whose table do you join? Why?
That is what I want you to write about this week. Which theorist’s table do you join, and why?
While citing specific material mentioned during lecture, your written response to PART I must be between 300-400 words.
PART II (200-300 words): Anna on the Life Course Perspective
This week Anna delivered lecture content that focused on the Life Course Perspective.
In 200-300 words, please identify the key points Anna made during her lecture on the Life Course Perspective. What was the most interesting idea that Anna discussed during her lecture? Why do you think that?
PART III (200-300 words): Archi on W.E.B. Du Bois
This week Archi delivered a lecture about W.E.B. Du Bois and some of his famous concepts.
In 200-300 words, please identify the key points Archi made during his lecture on W.E.B. Du Bois. What was the most interesting idea that Archi discussed during his lecture? Why do you think that?
Please include word counts for each separate section.
Submit your finished responses to our Canvas site before 9am, Friday, February 8th.
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