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SOCI 3660
Alireza Asgharzadeh

Gazso, November 25, 2013 *Fall Test = December 2, 2013 in class 1 AS/SOCI 3660 Fall Test: Essay Preparation Guide Short Essay Questions Instructions: Prepare all three questions. I will pick one of the exact same questions on the date of the test (1 question x 20 marks = 20 marks). Prepare to write an essay with an introduction, body, and conclusion (hint: write up an outline of your main points; then practice writing the essay from your memory of the outline). As you prepare, notice how each question contains some specific ideas or points that you should cover in your essay. Within your essay, name at minimum five authors that have influenced your understanding of these ideas or points. The remainder of the material you choose to include in your essay is at your discretion. Note: The questions are written in a lengthy format to give you as much information as possible in order to prepare your answer. You are required to write a 4-8 page short essay – double- spaced – in your exam booklet; write a maximum of 8 pages. Be selective in what you will cover to answer the question. 1. You have been asked by a history Professor to give a guest lecture in her class on “changing family relations throughout Canadian history.” You decide to talk about how the industrial revolution was also a revolution in dynamics of family relations. Use this essay to prepare for your guest lecture. Referring to nuclear families (made up of a mother, father, and children), describe: 1) how the pre-industrial “family economy” transformed into the industrial “family wage economy”; 2) how gender relations among family members were transforme
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