Format and Rubric for Reaction Papers SPRING 2014

Important you are unlikely to refute a scholarly

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Unformatted text preview: of thoughts about the film (using sociological imagination) 10 / vague explanation of thoughts 5 / no explanation of thoughts (SCHOLARLY) Link literature and evidence to film and from at least one of your ideas or questions. You should pull something relevant for both films (can be one source but address both films, or use two sources, whichever you choose). You may attempt to answer your questions that were raised or use scholarly literature to support what you liked or support what you did not like using the book or scholarly literature. IMPORTANT: You are unlikely to refute a scholarly article with your sole experience or opinion only (you can bring scholarly literature into question, but you would have to conduct research to successfully do that) so make sure to...
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This document was uploaded on 03/25/2014 for the course SOCI 1101 at N. Georgia.

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