This 1500 word essay will help you to bring together everything you've learned this Semester about the connection between private troubles and public issues. Students will implement the self-reflective analytical skills honed in the workshop tasks and journal entry assessment task, as well as the research skills gained via the annotated bibliography task.
You are required to answer one of the following questions which ask you to reflect on a personal experience and analyse its connection to the broader social context.
Your journal entry (Assessment 2) was practice for this task. You should use the five sources you located for your annotated bibliography, plus the prescribed textbook
Arvanitakis, J (ed), (2016) Sociologic: Analysing everyday life and culture, to do this.
1. How can gender, geographic location, economic situation and age/generation impact the experience of race and ethnicity in Australia?
- Adherence to the task requirements including word count (+/- 10%) and academic integrity
- Understanding of the question and subject matter
- Understanding and application of the Sociological Imagination framework
- Use of supporting evidence in the form of academic sources (student must use the textbook Arvanitakis (ed) Sociologic: Understanding Everyday Life and Culture, plus
the five sources submitted for the annotated bibliography assessment task)
- Structure and written presentation including referencing in a style appropriate for your discipline (e.g. APA, MLA, Chicago)