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Lecture 12

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University of Toronto Mississauga
Jayne Baker

February 28, 2013 Written Assignment Session Due: March 12 at 12pm Submission Instructions: Course Materials  Written Assignment  Folder “Writing Assignment” upload in .doc, .docx, or rtf format. Format - 700-1000 - Double-spaced, 12 point Time New Roman font, 1-inch margins. - No cover page - Top of first page: Name, Student Number, Word Count and Title of Paper - Essay should have both introduction and conclusion - Write in standard academic English and sociological terminology (Can use personal pronouns “I”, “we”, “our”) Content - Opportunity to demonstrate sociological knowledge by composing an evidence-based essay that draws on course material (textbook and lecture) - Two topics:  1. “Role Distancing”: select one regular activity where you engage in “Role Distancing” while performing this activity: use one of the theoretical  2. Rationalization: Helpful Hints - Make sure you understand the concept before you begin the writing - Make sure you understand the theoretical perspective you are using - The main theoretical perspectives in sociology are structural functionalism, symbolic interactionism, conflict theory and feminism. Role Distancing and Rationalization - Check textbook and lecture slides Key Words and Perspectives - Functionalism February 28, 2013 - Conflict Theory - Structural Interactionism - Feminism Sociological Perspective - Make sure you understand what we mean by a „sociological perspective‟ - You ma
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