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Reflection Assignment –LET’S REFLECT ON THESE WONDERFUL THEORY READINGS!Emile Durkheim by Charles Lemert p. 59Max Weber by Charles Lemert – p. 82 You will write 375-750 words (not including the reference page) to reflect on two of the theoretical readings for each week. Please note that you should not use the Lemert introductory essays or biographies as one of your readings. You should be reviewing the highlighted theorists’ works. You will also submit this on Turnitin to double-check for plagiarism.You must be at 15% similarity index or lower. The paper should be submitted in a Word format – .doc or .docx. For EACH OF THE TWO excerpts that you select for this week, you will need to provide a short summary (125 words each) in your own words for that excerpt of what you think are the author’s main point/s or argument/s. Please note that two of these summaries will need a short quote (40 words or less) from the excerpt that corresponds with it. Finally, discuss how this particular excerpt has implications in everyday life. Here you can relate it to aspects of your own life or modern life in general. You will need to have a reference page where you should list the two excerpts that you covered in your reflection in APA format. Look below on this rubric to see exact style. PLEASE NOTE: The small letter after the year is only used when you have multiple excerpts by same author and they are alphabetized by excerpt title. Otherwise, reference page is in alphabetical order by author’s last name.In addition, please note that one point will be deducted for all writing issues. One word of caution: Do not over quote (i.e., use more than a line or two of quotes in the whole paper). Grading Rubric Points Earned Comments Summary of the excerpts is coherent and well-developed (each excerpt should be at least 125 words and include one exact quote with in-text citation from the reading) 40 Student discusses how excerpt has implications for everyday life. (minimum 125 words) 30 The reflection assignment is double-spaced, well written and organized – demonstrating few grammatical issues. Also, APA format is followed for in-text citations and reference page. 30 Final Grade: Marx, K. (2017a). The eighteenth brumaire of Louis Bonaparte. In C. Lemert (Ed.), Social theory: The multicultural, global, and classic readings (6th ed., pp. 37-40). Boulder, CO: Westview Press. (Original work published 1852) Marx, K. (2017b). The manifesto of class, with Friedrich Engels. In C. Lemert (Ed.), Social theory: The multicultural, global, and classic readings (6th ed., pp. 34-37). Boulder, CO: Westview Press. (Original work published 1848) Sample In-Text Citations – (Marx, 1848/2017b, p. X) OR (Marx, 1852/2017a, p. X) For referencing works by different authors in an edited book, please Google and then refer to the APA Guide for Academic Writing (2018-2019) from Mount Royal University. Furthermore, for discussing multiple works by the same author, please go to this blog – http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2012/06/how-to-cite-multiple-works-by-the-same-author-in-a-compilation.html
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WEEK 1 – 45 pages
INTRODUCTION – Social Theory: Its Uses and Pleasures by Charles Lemert – pp.1-18
PART ONE – Modernity’s Classical Age: 1848-1919 by Charles Lemert – pp. 19-27
Karl Marx – The Two Sides of Society by Charles Lemert – pp. 28
Estranged Labour – pp. 29-33
NOT ASSIGNED – Camera Obscura – pp. 33-34
The Manifesto of Class Struggle, with Friedrich Engels – pp. 34 – 37
NOT ASSIGNED – The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte – pp. 37-40
Capital and the Values of Commodities – pp. 40-46
NOT ASSIGNED – Capital and the Fetishism of Commodities – pp. 46-48
NOT ASSIGNED- Labour-Power and Capital – pp. 48-52
Friedrich Engels
The Patriarchal Family – pp. 52 – 54
NOT ASSIGNED – John Stuart Mill by Charles Lemert – p. 54
NOT ASSIGNED – Of Society and the Individual – pp. 54-55
Jane Addams by Charles Lemert – p. 55
The Settlement as a Factor in the Labor Movement – pp. 56 – 57
Harriet Martineau by Charles Lemert – pp. 57-58
Woman – pp. 58-59
WEEK 2 – 33 pages
Emile Durkheim by Charles Lemert – p. 59
Mechanical and Organic Solidarity – pp. 59-62
Anomie and the Modern Division of Labor – pp. 62-63
Sociology and Social Facts – pp. 63-65
Suicide and Modernity – pp. 65-71
NOT ASSIGNED – Primitive Classifications and Social Knowledge – pp. 71–75
The Cultural Logic of Collective Representations – pp. 75–80
NOT ASSIGNED – Friedrich Nietzsche by Charles Lemert – p. 80
NOT ASSIGNED – Peoples and Countries – pp. 81-82
Max Weber by Charles Lemert – p. 82
The Spirit of Capitalism and the Iron Cage – pp.83-86
The Bureaucratic Machine – pp. 86-90
What is Politics? – pp. 90-91
NOT ASSIGNED – The Types of Legitimate Domination – pp. 92-94
Class, Status, Party – pp. 94-101
NOT ASSIGNED – Sigmund Freud by Charles Lemert – pp. 101-102
NOT ASSIGNED – The Psychical Apparatus and the Theory of Instincts – pp. 102-105
NOT ASSIGNED – Dream-Work and Interpretation – pp. 105-108
NOT ASSIGNED – Oedipus, the Child – pp. 108-11
NOT ASSIGNED – Remembering, Repeating, and Working-Through – pp.111-113
NOT ASSIGNED – The Return of the Repressed in Social Life – pp. 114-116
NOT ASSIGNED – Civilization and the Individual – pp. 116-118
WEEK 3 – 38 pages
NOT ASSIGNED – Ferdinand de Saussure by Charles Lemert – pp. 118-119
NOT ASSIGNED – Arbitrary Social Values and the Linguistic Sign – pp. 119-124
NOT ASSIGNED – John Dewey by Charles Lemert – p. 124
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NOT ASSIGNED – Democracy and Education – pp. 124-125
NOT ASSIGNED – William James – Split Lives in the Modern World by Charles Lemert – p.
126
NOT ASSIGNED – The Self and Its Selves – pp.126-130
William Edward Burghardt (W.E.B.) Du Bois by Charles Lemert – pp.130
Double-Consciousness and the Veil – pp. 131 – 134
Charlotte Perkins Gilman by Charles Lemert – pp. 134-135
The Yellow Wallpaper – pp. 135-136
Women and Economics – pp. 136-139
Anna Julia Cooper by Charles Lemert – p. 139
The Colored Woman’s Office – pp. 139-143
Georg Simmel by Charles Lemert – p.143
The Stranger – pp. 144-146
Charles Horton Cooley by Charles Lemert – p. 146
The Looking Glass-Self – pp. 146-147
PART TWO – Social Theories and World Conflict: 1919-1945 by Charles Lemert – pp. 149160
NOT ASSIGNED – John Maynard Keynes Action and Knowledge in a Troubled World by
Charles Lemert p. 161
NOT ASSIGNED -The Psychology of Modern Society – pp. 161-162
NOT ASSIGNED – Talcott Parsons by Charles Lemert – pp. 162-163
NOT ASSIGNED – The Unit Act of Action Systems – pp. 163-165
NOT ASSIGNED – Erich Fromm by Charles Lemert – p. 165
NOT ASSIGNED – Psychoanalysis and Sociology – pp. 165-166
NOT ASSIGNED – Georg Lukács by Charles Lemert – p. 166
NOT ASSIGNED – The Irrational Chasm Between Subject and Object – pp. 166-167
George Herbert Mead by Charles Lemert – pp. 167-168
The Self, the I, and the Me – pp. 168-172
NOT ASSIGNED – Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (V.I.) Lenin – p. 172
NOT ASSIGNED – What is to be Done? – pp. 172-173
Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno by Charles Lemert – p. 173
The Culture Industry as Deception – pp. 173-176
NOT ASSIGNED – Martin Heidegger by Charles Lemert – p. 176
NOT ASSIGNED – The Questions Concerning Technology: The Age of the World Picture – p.
177
Week 4 – 36 pages
NOT ASSIGNED – Karl Mannheim by Charles Lemert – p. 177
NOT ASSIGNED – The Sociology of Knowledge and Ideology – pp. 178-180
Robert K. Merton by Charles Lemert – p. 181
Social Structure and Anomie – pp. 181-190
W.E.B. Du Bois by Charles Lemert – p. 190
Black Reconstruction and the Racial Wage – pp. 191-193
NOT ASSIGNED – Reinhold Niebuhr – Unavoidable Dilemmas – by Charles Lemert – p.194
NOT ASSIGNED – Moral Man and Immoral Society – pp.194-195
NOT ASSIGNED – Gunnar Myrdal by Charles Lemert – p. 195
NOT ASSIGNED – The Negro Problem as a Moral Issue – pp. 195-197
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NOT ASSIGNED – William I. Thomas and Florian Znaniecki by Charles Lemert – pp. 197198
NOT ASSIGNED – Disorganization of the Polish Immigrant – p. 198-202
NOT ASSIGNED – Louis Wirth by Charles Lemert – p. 202
NOT ASSIGNED – The Significance of the Jewish Ghetto – pp. 202-205
Walter Benjamin by Charles Lemert – p. 205
Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction: War and Fascism – pp. 206-207
Virginia Woolf by Charles Lemert – p. 207
A Roof of One’s Own – p. 207
Antonio Gramsci by Charles Lemert – p. 209
Intellectuals and Hegemony – pp. 209-210
NOT ASSIGNED – Mao Te-tung by Charles Lemert – pp. 210-211
NOT ASSIGNED – Identity, Struggle, Contradiction – pp. 211-213
PART THREE – The Golden Moment: 1945-1963 by Charles Lemert – pp. 215-227
Winston Churchill – The Golden Age by Charles Lemert – p. 228
The Cold War – pp. 228-229
NOT ASSIGNED – Daniel Bell by Charles Lemert – pp. 229-230
NOT ASSIGNED – The End of Ideology in the West – pp. 230-232
W.W. Rostow by Charles Lemert – p. 232
Modernization: Stages of Growth – pp. 232-237
Week 5 – 36 pages
Talcott Parsons by Charles Lemert – p. 237
Action Systems and Social Systems – pp. 237-239
Sex Roles in the American Kinship System – pp. 239-241
NOT ASSIGNED – Robert Merton by Charles Lemert – pp. 241-242
Manifest and Latent Functions – pp.242-245
Claude Lévi-Strauss by Charles Lemert – p.245-246
The Structural Study of Myth – pp. 246-249
NOT ASSIGNED – Roland Barthes by Charles Lemert – p.249
NOT ASSIGNED – Semiological Prospects – p. 249-251
NOT ASSIGNED – Louis Althusser by Charles Lemert – p. 251
NOT ASSIGNED – Ideology and the Ideological State Apparatus – pp.252-254
NOT ASSIGNED – David Riesman – Doubts and Reservations by Charles Lemert – p. 255
NOT ASSIGNED – Character and Society: The Other-Directed Personality – pp. 255-259
NOT ASSIGNED – Erik Erikson by Charles Lemert – p. 259
NOT ASSIGNED – Youth and American Identity – pp. 259-261
NOT ASSIGNED – Edwin M. Lemert by Charles Lemert – p. 261-262
NOT ASSIGNED – Social Pathology/Societal Reaction Theory – pp. 262-263
Erving Goffman by Charles Lemert – pp. 263-264
Presentation of Self – pp. 264-265
NOT ASSIGNED – Jacques Lacan by Charles Lemert – pp. 265-266
NOT ASSIGNED – The Mirror Stage – pp. 266-267
Simone de Beauvoir – Others Object – p. 268
Woman as Other – pp. 269-270
Aimé Césaire by Charles Lemert – pp. 270-271
Between Colonizer and Colonized – pp. 271-272
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Martin Luther King, Jr. by Charles Lemert – pp.272-273
The Power of Nonviolent Action – pp. 273-275
C. Wright Mills by Charles Lemert – p. 275
The Sociological Imagination – pp. 275-278
Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale by Charles Lemert – p. 278
Black Panther Party: What We Want – pp. 278-280
NOT ASSIGNED – Betty Friedan by Charles Lemert – p. 280
NOT ASSIGNED – The Problem that Has No Name – pp. 280-283
Frantz Fanon by Charles Lemert – p. 283
Decolonizing, National Culture, and the Negro Intellectual – pp. 283-286
PART FOUR – Will the Center Hold? 1963-1979 by Charles Lemert – pp. 287-297
Week 6 – 38 pages
Clifford J. Geertz by Charles Lemert – p. 298
Thick Description: Toward an Interpretive Theory of Culture – pp.298-301
Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann by Charles Lemert – p. 301
Society as a Human Product – pp. 301-305
Dorothy Smith by Charles Lemert – p. 305
Knowing a Society from Within: A Woman’s Standpoint – pp.305-308
NOT ASSIGNED – Immanuel Wallerstein by Charles Lemert – p. 308
NOT ASSIGNED – The Modern World-System – pp. 308-313
NOT ASSIGNED – Theda Skocpol by Charles Lemert – p. 313
NOT ASSIGNED – The State as a Janus-Faced Structure – p. 313-315
Nancy Chodorow by Charles Lemert – p. 315
Gender Personality and the Reproduction of Mothering – p. 316
Jacques Derrida – Breaking with Modernity by Charles Lemert – p. 319
The Decentering Event in Social Thought – pp. 319-322
NOT ASSIGNED – Michel Foucault by Charles Lemert – p. 322
NOT ASSIGNED – Biopolitics and the Carceral Society – pp. 323-325
NOT ASSIGNED – C.L.R. James by Charles Lemert – p. 326
NOT ASSIGNED -World Revolution: 1968 – pp. 326-328
NOT ASSIGNED – Herbert Marcuse by Charles Lemert – p. 328
NOT ASSIGNED – Repressive Desublimination of One-Dimensional Man –pp. 328-330
NOT ASSIGNED – Harold Garfinkel by Charles Lemert – p. 330
NOT ASSIGNED – Reflexive Properties of Practical Sociology – pp.330-333
NOT ASSIGNED -Alvin W. Gouldner by Charles Lemert – pp. 333-334
NOT ASSIGNED – The New Class as a Cultural Bourgeoisie – pp. 334-336
Pierre Bourdieu by Charles Lemert – p. 336
Structures, Habitus, Practices – pp. 336-340
Audre Lorde by Charles Lemert – p.340
The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House – pp. 340-342
PART FIVE – After Modernity: 1979-2001 by Charles Lemert – pp. 343-354
Jean-Francois Lyotard by Charles Lemert –The Idea of the Postmodern and Its Critics – p.
355
The Postmodern Condition – pp. 355-357
Week 7 – 37 pages
NOT ASSIGNED – Richard Rorty by Charles Lemert – p. 358
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NOT ASSIGNED – Private Irony and Liberal Hope – pp. 358-360
Michel Foucault by Charles Lemert – p. 360
Power as Knowledge – pp. 361-365
Jean Baudrillard by Charles Lemert – p. 365
Simulacra and Simulations Disneyland – pp. 365-368
NOT ASSIGNED – Arlene Stein and Ken Plummer by Charles Lemert – p. 369
NOT ASSIGNED – I Can’t Even Think Straight – p. 369
NOT ASSIGNED – Jürgen Habermas by Charles Lemert – p. 371
NOT ASSIGNED – Critical Theory, the Colonized Lifeworld, and Communicative
Competence – pp. 371-375
Anthony Giddens by Charles Lemert – p. 375
Post-Modernity or Radicalized Modernity? – pp. 375-380
Nancy Hartsock by Charles Lemert – p. 381
A Theory of Power for Women – pp. 381-384
NOT ASSIGNED – Randall Collins by Charles Lemert – p. 384
NOT ASSIGNED – Interaction Ritual Chains – pp. 384-387
NOT ASSIGNED – Mustafa Emirbayer and Ann Mische by Charles Lemert – p. 387
NOT ASSIGNED – What is Agency? – pp. 388-390
Cornel West – New Cultural Theories after Modernity by Charles Lemert – p. 391
The Cultural Politics of Difference – pp. 391-397
NOT ASSIGNED – Jeffrey C. Alexander by Charles Lemert – p. 397
NOT ASSIGNED – Cultural Codes and Democratic Communication – pp. 397-398
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. by Charles Lemert – p. 399
“Race” as the Trope of the World – pp. 399-402
NOT ASSIGNED – Donna Haraway by Charles Lemert – p. 402
NOT ASSIGNED – The Cyborg Manifesto and Fractured Identities – pp. 402-405
NOT ASSIGNED – Trinh T. Minh-ha by Charles Lemert – pp. 405-406
NOT ASSIGNED – Infinite Layers/Third World? – pp. 406-409
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak by Charles Lemert – p. 409
Can the Subaltern Speak? – pp. 409-412
Patricia Hill Collins by Charles Lemert – p. 413
“Black Feminist Thought in the Matrix of Domination” – pp. 414-421
Week 8 – 37 pages
Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw by Charles Lemert – p. 421
Dimensions of Intersectional Oppression – pp. 421-424
NOT ASSIGNED – Gloria Anzaldúa by Charles Lemert – pp. 424-425
NOT ASSIGNED – The New Mestiza – pp. 425-429
Judith Butler by Charles Lemert – p. 429
Imitation and Gender Insubordination – pp. 429-437
Paula Gunn Allen by Charles Lemert – p. 437
Who is Your Mother? Red Roots of White Feminism – pp. 437-440
Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick by Charles Lemert – p.440
Epistemology of the Closet – pp. 440-442
PART SIX – Global Realities in an Uncertain Century – pp. 443-459
Immanuel Wallerstein – Global Uncertainties by Charles Lemert – p. 460
The Modern World-System in Crisis – pp. 460-462
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NOT ASSIGNED – Stanley Hoffman by Charles Lemert – p. 462
NOT ASSIGNED – The Clash of Globalizations – pp. 462-466
NOT ASSIGNED -Zygmunt Bauman by Charles Lemert – p. 466
NOT ASSIGNED -Liquid Modernity – pp. 467-469
NOT ASSIGNED – David Harvey by Charles Lemert – p. 469
NOT ASSIGNED – Neoliberalism on Trial – pp. 470-471
NOT ASSIGNED – Manuel Castells by Charles Lemert – p. 471
NOT ASSIGNED – Informationalism and Networks – pp. 472-473
NOT ASSIGNED -Sakia Sassen by Charles Lemert – p. 473
NOT ASSIGNED – Toward a Feminist Analytics of the Global Economy – pp.473-477
Amartya Sen by Charles Lemert – p. 477
Asian Values and the West’s Claims to Uniqueness – pp. 477-481
Week 9 – 23 pages
NOT ASSIGNED – Ulrich Beck by Charles Lemert – pp. 481-482
NOT ASSIGNED – World Risk Society – pp. 482-485
NOT ASSIGNED – Achille Mbembe by Charles Lemert – p. 485
NOT ASSIGNED – Necropower and the Late Modern Colonial Occupation – pp. 485-487
Avery Gordon – Rethinking the Past that Haunts the Future – by Charles Lemert – p. 488
Ghostly Matters – pp. 488-492
NOT ASSIGNED – Edward Said by Charles Lemert – p. 492
NOT ASSIGNED -Intellectual Exile: Expatriates and Marginals –pp. 492-495
William Julius Wilson by Charles Lemert – p. 495
Global Economic Changes and the Limits of the Race Relations Vision – pp. 495-496
Elijah Anderson by Charles Lemert – p. 497
The “Nigger Moment” in the Cosmopolitan Canopy – pp. 497-500
Waverly Duck by Charles Lemert – p. 500
Benita’s Story: Coping with Poverty – pp. 500-502
NOT ASSIGNED – Charles Tilly by Charles Lemert – p. 502
NOT ASSIGNED – Future Social Science and the Invisible Elbow – pp. 503-504
NOT ASSIGNED – Julie Kristeva by Charles Lemert – p. 504
NOT ASSIGNED – Women’s Time – pp. 505-508
Raewyn Connell by Charles Lemert – p. 508
Southern Theory: Gender and Violence – pp. 508-509
Slavoj Žižek by Charles Lemert – pp. 510-511
Cynicism as a Form of Ideology – pp. 511-513
NOT ASSIGNED -Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari by Charles Lemert – p. 513
NOT ASSIGNED -The Rhizome/A Thousand Plateaus – pp. 513-514
NOT ASSIGNED – Giorgio Agamben by Charles Lemert – pp. 514-515
NOT ASSIGNED – Sovereign Power and Bare Life – pp. 515-517
NOT ASSIGNED – Bruno Latour – Social Theory at the Limits of the Social – by Charles
Lemert – p. 518
NOT ASSIGNED – Spheres and Networks: The Spaces of Material Life – pp. 518-521
NOT ASSIGNED – Thomas Piketty by Charles Lemert – pp. 521-522
NOT ASSIGNED – The Central Contradictions of Capitalism: r>g – pp. 522-523
NOT ASSIGNED – Owen Fiss by Charles Lemert – p. 524
NOT ASSIGNED – The Perils of Constitutional Minimalism – pp. 524-526
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Oliver Sachs by Charles Lemert – p. 526
Urge – pp. 526-528
Ta-Nehisi Coates by Charles Lemert – p. 528
Prison and Gray Wastes – pp. 529-531
Eula Biss by Charles Lemert – p. 531
White Debt – pp. 531-533
NOT ASSIGNED – Marilynne Robinson by Charles Lemert – p. 533
NOT ASSIGNED – Fear – pp. 534-535
NOT ASSIGNED – Robert Pogue Harrison by Charles Lemert – p. 535
NOT ASSIGNED – The Dominion of the Dead – pp. 535-536
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