Write a reflective essay on an everyday space. (800 words). Refer to ilearn for more information.
This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
- 1. Be aware of the history and importance of the study of the sociology of everyday life.
- 2. Develop a broad understanding of how the sociological imagination can be applied to our everyday lives.
- 3. Be able to read, summarise and apply basic works in sociology and the sociology of everyday life.
- 4. Be aware of a range of research skills, such as ethnography and visual analysis, used to carry out research in the area of the sociology of everyday life.
- 5. Develop a range of generic skills useful in tertiary education and in vocational settings. This includes reading texts, critically review arguments and evidence, relate between and across contexts, become theoretically aware, and articulate arguments through written and verbal expression.
- Weighting: 20% >> Due date: Week 7 Thursday 12 September 2019 @ 11.59pm >> Margins: 2cm >> Spacing: 2cm >> Font: Arial/Calibri/Times New Roman 12 point >> Word limit: 800 words >> Referencing Style: Harvard author-date Take a photo of an everyday space (bedroom, living room, kitchen, cafe, inside of bus, train or car, class room, etc.). Drawing on the reading materials from weeks 1 to 5 write an essay on the taken for granted and unwritten rules of your chosen everyday space.