Help With Assignments

Recent Question

Exercise 1 (Wks 1-3)
Due: week 4
Weighting: 15%
Task: choose one (1) or two (2) questions from the list of discussion questions from weeks 1 to 3 and answer it in a formal essay by using lecture material, the required reading(s) and the suggested readings as provided in the outline. We are not asking for a summary of a theorist?s work: you should work out a specific idea about modern societies as developed by a theorist. Your essay must include reference to the relevance at least one of the Key Themes of Modernity outlined in lecture 1.
Length: 600 words.
Format: Formal essay in style. Font: Times New Roman or Palatino Linotype; Font size: 12; Line spacing: min 1.5; Margins: Left: 3cm; Right: 3cm; Top: 2.5cm; Bottom: 2.5cm
Submission: Turnitin
Your work should be fully referenced according to the Department of Sociology Guidelines: http://www.mq.edu.au/about_us/faculties_and_departments/faculty_of_arts/department_of_sociology/current_students/undergraduate/useful_links/sociology_reference_guide/

This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
learn how to think sociologically
learn how to apply those concepts in everyday life
develop writing, research and analytical skills
read and write critically
learn to communicate your own ideas simply and directly
Exercise 2 (Wks 4-5)
Due: week 6
Weighting: 15%
Task: choose one (1) or two (2) questions from the list of discussion questions from weeks 4 to 5 and answer it in formal essay style by using lecture material, the required reading(s) and the suggested readings as provided in the outline. We are not asking for a summary of a theorist?s work: you should work out a specific idea about modern societies as developed by a theorist. Your essay must include reference to the relevance at least one of the Key Themes of Modernity outlined in lecture 1 and should also reflect an effort to take into account feedback from the previous written exercise.
Length: 600 words.
Format: Formal essay in style; Font: Times New Roman or Palatino Linotype; Font size: 12; Line spacing: min 1.5; Margins: Left: 3cm; Right: 3cm; Top: 2.5cm; Bottom: 2.5cm
Submission: Turnitin
Your work should be fully referenced according to the Department of Sociology Guidelines: http://www.mq.edu.au/about_us/faculties_and_departments/faculty_of_arts/department_of_sociology/current_students/undergraduate/useful_links/sociology_reference_guide/

This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
learn how to think sociologically
learn how to apply those concepts in everyday life
develop writing, research and analytical skills
read and write critically
learn to communicate your own ideas simply and directly
Exercise 3 (Wks 6-8)
Due: week 9
Weighting: 20%
Task: choose one (1) or two (2) questions from the list of discussion questions from weeks 6 to 8 and answer it in a formal essay by using lecture material, the required reading(s) and the suggested readings as provided in the outline. We are not asking for a summary of a theorist?s work: you should work out a specific idea about modern societies as developed by a theorist. Your essay must include reference to the relevance at least one of the Key Themes of Modernity outlined in lecture 1, but this exercise must also include a comparison between two of the theorists in the unit.
Note: your work should also reflect an effort to take into account feedback from the previous written exercises.
Length: 600 words.
Format: Formal essay in style; Font: Times New Roman or Palatino Linotype; Font size: 12; Line spacing: min 1.5; Margins: Left: 3cm; Right: 3cm; Top: 2.5cm; Bottom: 2.5cm
Submission: Turnitin
Your work should be fully referenced according to the Department of Sociology Guidelines: http://www.mq.edu.au/about_us/faculties_and_departments/faculty_of_arts/department_of_sociology/current_students/undergraduate/useful_links/sociology_reference_guide/

This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
learn how to think sociologically
learn how to apply those concepts in everyday life
develop writing, research and analytical skills
read and write critically
learn to communicate your own ideas simply and directly
Exercise 4 (Wks 9-12)
Due: week 13
Weighting: 20%
Task: choose one (1) or two (2) questions from the list of discussion questions from weeks 9 to 12 and answer it in a formal essay by using lecture material, the required reading(s) and the suggested readings as provided in the outline. We are not asking for a summary of a theorist?s work: you should work out a specific idea about modern societies as developed by a theorist. Your essay must include reference to the relevance at least one of the Key Themes of Modernity outlined in lecture 1, but this exercise must also include a comparison between two of the theorists in the unit.
Note: your work should also reflect an effort to take into account feedback from the previous written exercises.
Length: 600 words.
Format: Formal essay style; Font: Times New Roman or Palatino Linotype; Font size: 12; Line spacing: min 1.5; Margins: Left: 3cm; Right: 3cm; Top: 2.5cm; Bottom: 2.5cm
Submission: Turnitin
Your work should be fully referenced according to the Department of Sociology Guidelines: http://www.mq.edu.au/about_us/faculties_and_departments/faculty_of_arts/department_of_sociology/current_students/undergraduate/useful_links/sociology_reference_guide/
This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
learn how to think sociologically
learn how to apply those concepts in everyday life
develop writing, research and analytical skills
read and write critically
learn to communicate your own ideas simply and directly