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You will analyze a film of your choice from a sociological perspective. The project should be approximately 600-800 words. Your project should have five sections, as follows:
1. Introduction (1 paragraph): an introductory paragraph that brings the reader's attention to the film that you will address and why it is sociologically meaningful.
2. A brief synopsis of the film (1 paragraph): a very brief overview of the film, with the assumption that the reader has not seen it.
3. Application of sociological concepts (3-4 paragraphs): Discuss at least 6 concepts and/or theories from our course that can be applied to shed light on aspects of the film you watched. Please underline these concepts, explain them well, and then apply them to specific aspects of the film.
4. Conclusion (1 paragraph): Draw together the ideas from your paper in an interesting way, that gives the reader insight into what you have learned from watching this film from a sociological perspective.
5. References. You must cite your sources and include a reference list of the sources you used in APA style.
Course concepts that can be used
• The Sociological Perspective
• Social Groups and Social Control
• Stratification and Social Inequalities
• Social Institutions
• Social Change
• How do we develop a social awareness and consideration of others?
• How and when are we controlled by others, and why does control fail?
• Why is there inequality?
• How is society organized?
• What kind of glue holds society together, and what makes society seem to fall apart (for example, into war)?
• Apply the sociological imagination, theoretical perspectives, and scientific research to uncover patterns of social behavior.
• Explain how the process of socialization and group membership shapes individual human behavior.
• Explain how society is patterned and organized by social structures and institutions.
• Identify the different ways society is stratified and develop awareness of how inequality is perpetuated in society.
• Describe the process of social change and its impact on the individual and society.