this assignment is due today in 8 hours…… must have done in 8 hours…… no late work
Read/Browse Chapter 1 ( book is attached)
Instructions for assignment:
weekly journal will be 1-2 pages and will include 2 sources in the media that relate to the reading that week. The purpose of this assignment, which will continue throughout the semester, is to encourage you to think in a sociological manner and learn to apply sociology and social problems theory to events in everyday life. You should learn to integrate the ideas we discuss in class and start to regard aspects of society critically.
Each journal entry should be dated, typed, single-spaced and include citations.For each journal entry you should include the following:
Choose 1 or more concepts or themes from the chapter. Define the concept or theme in your own words.
Locate 2 items in the media (e.g., news source, journal or magazine article, working paper, video, television show, or blog) that link to the concept/theme. Summarize the connection or the significance of each source to the concept/theme from the textbook.
Critical analysis (you may consider the following questions: how is the social problem is being framed [person vs. structure blame]; are there any solutions proposed and by whom; is there anything not considered in the source that should be; does the information in the source contradict the text; etc.).
Bibliographic information about the source (e.g., title, author, publication).Your entries should be critical and academically enlightening. They also should reflect a sociological perspective. You should provide evidence from the material you are analyzing to support your ideas and have some connection to the text. These journals are not formal essays, but they should still follow an organizational structure. Therefore, they should contain an introductory paragraph, a body consisting of two to three paragraphs, and a concluding paragraph. Since you will be using course content and outside sources, you will need to cite the source of your information. Please use the American Psychological Association (APA) formatting. This is the format most frequently used by all of the social sciences. You may cite sources at the bottom of your journal response, instead of on a separate page.