2000 words excluding the references at the end. Essays should succinctly answer the question. Use the Harvard Referencing. Academic source referencing. Please reference correctly. Do not use any information from Wikipedia, digiplanet or any sites that look like these. use books, journal articles from the library. Please use a minimum of 6 references. make sure to have in text referencing. when writing in text referencing only include the last name, publishing year, and the the page number of the information. whatever in text reference you have used make sure to include it in the references at the end. less plagiarism. no dot points on essay. make sure the answer link to the question. Only use peer-reviewed academic sources and if it hasn’t been approved yet for print then it doesn’t count. make sure everything make sense. make sure to answer the question. relate the answer to the question. do not ever use rhetorical questions in your essays. avoid the use of colloquial sayings, emotive language and opinion because This does not constitute academic writing. Try and use at least 2 references for each paragraph/main point. It needs to be referenced correctly as per the UniSA Harvard conventions so please source this document through the UniSA page if you have not done so already. Also the references have to be peer-reviewed academic sources. No wikipeadia, dictionaries, books for dummies, websites, lectures, videos etc. The end References do not count to the word count, but please note it is References NOT a bibliography. The UniSA Harvard guide outlines the difference. make sure you answer the question. If it is not directly relevant, you can leave it out and it will help you to keep to the word count. Use the language of the essay question to respond to it. Don't make up another title, as this will in most cases lead to you answering your created question rather than the question being asked. also make sure to use australian sources. 8 -12 references intext reference only use books and journal articles from uni sa library accademic sources reference list at the end. double spaced make sure all the intext reference is in the reference list. 1 cm margin left handside font is calibri size 14 Please paraphrase my essay. Pharaphrase my essay its very important. 2) Some of the references are not academic at all. Please use academic references. Please use the Uni SA library to find the academic references. 3) when writing an intext reference please only include their last name, the year its published and the page number you took the information from to support the essay question. for example if you found an article from taylor smith and the published year was2010 and information you used was in pages 1 and 2 and 3 you have to write the in text reference like this (Smith 2010, pp 1 - 3). if you only used one page then the in text reference should be (Smith 2010, p 1). if there are more than one author to an article. then the in text reference should be (Smith et al 2010, p 2). - my question is highlighted in the attached paper.• To what extent can sociology be considered a science?
• What are the principal strengths and limitations of a positivist sociological perspective?
• How did the rise of cities in modernity affect the family and our conception of selfhood?
• Is religion still relevant in Western societies? If so, in what ways?
• To what extent is contemporary terrorism driven by religion?
• The consequences of globalization are diverse and at times contradictory. Discuss.
• “Social inequality is more than the unequal distribution of wealth”. Discuss.
• How important is work in the construction of self-identity and how has this changed over time?
• How does the labelling of the group “cashed up bogans” (CUBs) reflect the new complexity of social class in Australia?
• What does Erving Goffman’s understandings of gender advertisements tell us about ‘everyday’ reproduction of gender roles?
• Has the new millennium brought with it a significant change to male identity in Australia?
• How playful are young people today in their portrayal of gender, that is do they combine traditional male and female characteristics?
• “For the children of migrants in Australia, issues of one’s ethnic heritage will become less significant” Discuss.
• Does the discourse of refugees as “Queue jumpers” represent “new racism”?
• To what extent is any nationalism inherently racist?
• In Western nations has there been an increase in deviance over recent decades?
• By selecting one contemporary social problem which attracts media attention, evaluate the extent to which it can be explained as a moral panic.
• By giving an example of a real versus the perceived threats in relation to crime, discuss the social and political significance of risk perception.
• Does the reporting of celebrities reflect a de-politicising of the media?
• “The media determines how people comprehend the world”. Discuss.
• Does the rise of digital media enhance or dampen the dynamics of the public sphere?
• In what ways do social factors affect an individual’s health?
• Evaluate how your interactions with medical practitioners can be understood in relation to either Michel Foucault’s idea of the “medical gaze” or Talcott Parsons‘ concept of the “sick role”.