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Your response to each prompt should aim to be between 250 and 300 words. There a
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Your response to each prompt should aim to be between 250 and 300 words. There a
Your response to each prompt should aim to be between 250 and 300 words. There are no penalties (or rewards) for going over the word limit. Please be sure to evidence your answers through an engagement with the theorists’ own writing. You are not required to include a works cited/references list, if only consulting the assigned course material. Please do, however, include in-text parenthetical citations that reference the title of the reading, if you are engaging with a theorist for whom we read multiple works (e.g. (Weber, Protestant Ethic) or (Weber, Science as a Vocation)). As always, you should be careful to follow the standards of academic honesty and integrity as outlined here: https://ugradresearch.uconn.edu/academic-integrity/. Under these standards, you are prohibited from copying text and/or ideas without attribution from any source outside of our assigned course material. Please note that when you submit your final exam through HuskyCT, you will be required to submit your exam through the SafeAssign software. Thanks again for a great semester! Good luck! 1. What do you think is the purpose of sociology? Do you think sociology is a science? Should sociological research be used to achieve certain values or goals of social justice? In providing your answer, identify and draw on at least two (2) theorists’ ideas about the purpose, promise, and limits of sociological analysis/social science. Explain why you do or do not agree with their approaches. 2. Briefly analyze how two (2) of the following scholars theorize that individuals embody and/or internalize social norms/structures/values. Be sure to mention whether or not each theorist explains how individuals do (or do not) have agency or power. a. Simone de Beauvoir b. Frantz Fanon c. Pierre Bourdieu d. Emile Durkheim e. Max Weber f. Erving Goffman 3. Chart the history of intersectionality as a concept. Who were the theorists, assigned in the course, that contributed directly to the development of intersectionality? Compare and contrast how three (3) different theorists have described and used intersectionality in their analysis of social power. https://www.vox.com/the-highlight/2019/5/20/18542843/intersectionality-conservatism-law-race-gender-discrimination

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