Identity or forms of action 3 short project paper 1

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identity or forms of action3. SHORT PROJECT --Paper 1: Comparative Paper on Differences in theAcquisition of Sociologically Significant SocialIdentities Week 2F,September11Week 7M, October1225%Comparison of theformative experiences andeffects of social situationsin the development in twoindividuals of two differentforms of identity in acommon category ofidentity. 5-7 pages based oninterview data4. Field Report 2Report on First Five Interviews or First Three ObservationsWeek 6M, October5Week 8 M, October19Part of 12%ResearchGradeStatus Report on CourseResearch Project: EarlyField Observations5. Field Report 3 Report on Second Five Interviews or Second Three Observations with BibliographyWeek 8 M, October19Week 11M,November 9Part of 12%ResearchGradeStatus Report on CourseResearch Project: EmergingAnalytical Themes from theField6. Field Report 4Week 11 Week 13Part of 12%Status Report on Course2
Preliminary ThesisStatement and Inventory of Data and BibliographyM,November9M,November23ResearchGradeResearch Project: DataRound-up, Thesis,Evidence, and yourArgument7. LONG ROJECT -- Paper2: Analysis of Social Influences on Identity and ActionWeek 12 F,November20RRR Week M,December 7 30%7-10 Page Paper: Report ona Field Study of Effects of aSocial Context on SocialIdentity Formation 8. Final ExamTake-Home Week 14 F,December4DROP OFFTuesday,December15, 7 – 10pm25%Two Take home essays @ 3 ½ pages eachdistributed/posted in thelast week of classes.Note: Make sure your exam schedule does not conflict with obligations for other classes.Grading and CreditAll requirements must be met for course credit. All assignments must be completed and submitted for this class. A missing assignment, even a quiz, will result in an “F” for the course.ParticipationFull credit for your participation grade requires: At least one visit to my office hours. You are welcome to visit alone or in a group. We may schedule occasional Sociological Chat Sessions. It is valuable to students and to my teaching to meet and chat with as many students as possible!! Think of this as an opportunity, and not a requirement!At least three contributions to the bcourses discussions, one in each of three areas:oA response or comment that you post on course materials, including readings, lectures, or media.oA comment or response you post to another posting already up at a discussion.oA comment on an incident, topic, issue on campus or in the real world which you find sociologically interesting and to which you can apply sociological ideas. Several announced overnight quizzes covering course content, interpretation, and application of course readings, graded P/NP, will count toward the participation grade. They will not be surprise quizzes.

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