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Exemplars and explanations: Introduction to Sociology Several students from SCLG1001 were kind enough to give us permission to share parts of their (deidentified) papers. Below, we have cut and paste sections of different papers on different topics. We have also included some comments along the side margins so you can get a sense of what works and what needs improvement. Remember that we have five criteria for our papers: • Organisation and Structure • Argument • Research and use of evidence to support argument • Clarity of written expression • Spelling, Grammar, and References We hope you find this “Exemplars and Explanations” sheet useful. Introduction: C Today, the concept of anti-obesity may have penetrated into everyone’s mind. An invisible power hidden behind the obesity problem is controlling majority people in the society. Why people are beginning to have a culture called fat hatred that can be explained in power perspective. From mass media to Authoritative Medical Institution, the word obesity epidemic is becoming more and more common. (Thornton, 2017) These institutions, which symbolize power, use pathological terms to discipline and intimidate obese people. These seemingly authoritative words make them wonder if their body is in a normal and healthy state. With the increasing frequency of such words and the popularity of bariatric surgery, obese people began to use this expensive technology to shrink their stomach, so as to carry out the perfect and sharp changes promised by the medical industry. This paper will explore how discourses of fatness discipline individuals from three aspects: cause, influence, and resistance. Introduction: D The term globalisation is commonly acknowledged to be defined as an interconnectedness and interdependency of nation-states and their respective populations within a single global system. The primary perspective that globalisation is seen to have developed from is economical, and from this economic outlook of globalisation transpired, amongst others, social, cultural, political, and environmental factors that impact and transcend the lives of people living within this global system (Beck 2000; Rapoport 2016; Vanham 2019). The movement of people, otherwise known as migration, plays a crucial role in globalisation waves of the past, present, and future. Globalisation initially unfolded from the movement of people between countries, in part from colonialist powers in the 19th century and for purposes of commerce and trade. However, currently or in the past 40 years, both positive and negative impacts of globalisation on areas of economics, politics, society, or culture propelled the movement of people. Overall improvements in technology have also allowed this movement of people across territorial borders and over longer and larger distances to be comparatively easy. This essay evaluates whether globalisation is a cause or product of the movement of people across borders and argues that the role of globalisation changes within its process of development, where, in its former stages the movement of people produced the globalisation phenomenon yet in its current stage globalisation becomes the main driver behind the movement of people around the world and across borders. Introduction: HD The internationalisation of universities has escalated global competition between institutions as higher education becomes increasingly inseparable from the economic potential it represents. The rise of globalisation, an ideological process which allowed for the transfer of economies, knowledge and ideas across borders (Knight 2001 in Gacel-Ávila, 2005, p.124) facilitated the emergence of internationalisation, a multifaceted phenomenon which impacts all university and educational sectors (Gacel-Ávila, 2005, p.123). These processes resulted in the emergence of ‘entrepreneurial universities’ wherein its foundation exists in the amplification of an economic agenda to further its capitalist identity. Hence, a new global competition for private funding and international students continues to cement a deep socio-economic divide amongst minorities whilst establishing a monoculture of Western ideology. Thus, it is to be argued that the tensions between the economic models and scholastic manifestos of entrepreneurial universities are difficult to reconcile, fueling a predominantly negative influence on all members of society. Argument and use of evidence: C The internationalization of universities will bring more revenue, cross integration of academic and research knowledge, and stronger brand positioning to higher education institutions. The presence of international students helps to carry out business and provide services around higher education institutions to adapt to this group. Internationalization of higher education also contributes to the diffusion of advanced technology and experience, provides cultural paradigms for developing countries, and promotes cultural integration in the international community, thus providing an opportunity to measure and compare institutional performance by international practices, and to strengthen institutional research and knowledge production capacity (Zhang 2018). In addition, the internationalization of higher education makes higher education from single to multiple. The internationalization of higher education will inevitably lead to and intensify the diversification of school running subjects and investment channels. Argument and use of evidence: D Creating an imagined nation instills the need to protect and fight for this nation into its citizens. To “willingly die for such limited imaginings” (Anderson, 1991). Popularisation of nationalist movements is a reinvigorated one, as fears escalate from the “other” polluting Australian values and ways of life. These values can be characterised through the myth of true Australianess- an anti-authority, free-spirited, democratic, barbecue-having, humorous and fairhearted bloke. This identity neglects the harsher realities of Australians who exist outside of this scale. The reaction to these new types of Australians is shown quite hyperbolically in the creation of Pauline Hanson’s “One Nation” party, which literally draws on the collective imagined notion of a nation to provoke fear and hatred of the other. The anti-Asian and anti-Muslim rhetorics fuelled by xenophobia undermine the existence of these Australians, and promotes violent and virulent reactions towards them. This proves that while ideas of a ‘nation’ and Australianess are imagined, the reactions inspired by them are indeed real. Pauline Hanson’s platform as a senator further highlights this, as it allows for the legitimization of her discourse and validates her place democratically. The populist policies proposed, such as the ban for all Muslim immigration to Australia following the 2005 Cronulla riots, successfully exclude Muslim Australians from the narrative. Her extreme Anti-Asian views were incredibly exclusive, so much so she constructed a conspiracy of “Asianation” which revived themes of Australianness seen in the White Australia policy. This concept of ‘othering’ fuels a seemingly patriotic and righteous notion of upholding the pure personification of Australianness, using means of exclusion and cultural delineation of those deemed low on an abstract scale of nationalism which bears no observable measure. Argument and use of evidence: HD Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are drastically overrepresented in Australian incarceration rates. This is highly indicative of their exclusion from society, especially when at a young age. Indigenous young people make up less than 4% of 10-19-year-olds in Australia (ABS 2017). However, they account for 48% of those in custody (Communities & Justice NSW 2019). According to the Australian Law Reform Commission (2017, p. 22), Indigenous overrepresentation in prisons is rising. This heavily contradicts the values indicated by ‘mateship’ of solidarity and equality, as a minority group in society continues to be treated unfairly and discriminated against. Indigenous people experience systemic disadvantage, further entrenching their exclusion from society. The resulting conflict between the ingroup, European Australia, and the outgroup, First Nations Australia, creates an us/them dichotomy which confirms the historically embedded national identity of Australia. In highlighting the hypocrisy of narratives of multiculturalism and ‘mateship’, the tactical and strategic inclusion of Indigenous peoples should also be noted. Modules Midterm Essay 100 Possible Points ig Reading List Due: Fri Sep 24, 2021 23:59 THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY Discussions Attempt 1 IN PROGRESS Next Up: Submit Assignment E View Feedback Assignments Account Zoom Worth 20% Due: Friday 24th September by 11:59pm. (Week 7) Unit outline (CC) Help Unit outline (RE) Instructions: Dashboard Courses Select ONE of the following questions and write a 1,000 word response in essay format: Demographic changes and technological advancements are said to increase the demand for care and emotional work. What changes would be needed to turn these jobs into less precarious jobs that can expand the capabilities of the person who holds it? o How have legal attempts to address racial discrimination and land rights impacted on Aboriginal peoples? How does state-sponsored multiculturalism operate to reproduce relationships of power and disguise ongoing racial and ethnic discrimination? Groups Calendar Susan has put together a guide of exemplars and explanations Examplars and Explanations-1.pdf of introductions and arguments and use of evidence in different grade bands (credit, distinction, and high distinction). Please consult this guide as way of improving on your essay writing skills in sociology, paying particular attention to the comments made in yellow. Inbox History Key criteria: Studio Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help 57 A Fri 24 Sep 1:19 AM o Mail – Pun X Midterm X 今啟動會談 Х D (451) ALE X YouTube X N Netflix 5 Week 6 7 X FASS1000 X ICLOUD STORAGE IS ALMOST FULL 39m ago canvas.sydney.edu.au/courses/35218/assignments/318856 Upgrade your storage to keep using iCloud. Apps M Gmail D YouTube Sydney Student -… Canvas The University of… AUSYD timetable O Mail – Pung Yi Cha… Cite This For Me:… E Reading List Midterm Essay 100 Possible Points – 00 Due: Fri Sep 24, 2021 23:59 THE UNIVERSITYON SYDNEY Attempt 1 IN PROGRESS Next Up: Submit Assignment View Feedback Account Key criteria: Help . For this assessment you must use a minimum of 3 academic sources in addition to the Essential / Required readings in the course. • Essays are to be referenced using the Harvard Referencing style, with a reference list included (the reference list does not count toward your word count). Note: the Library’s guide to the Harvard Referencing style should be your one and only guide to referencing this semester. Reminder: please only put your Student ID Number, DO NOT include your name on your essay and file name. (for us to be able to comply with anonymous marking rules) • Style Guide: Double spaced text [2.0], Font: Times New Roman, Verdana, or Arial. Please include a Title and Page Numbers. Dashboard Courses Note: Check the Assessment Information and FAQs page for further information about this assignment. Groups Academic honesty Calendar While the University is aware that the vast majority of students and staff act ethically and honestly, it is opposed to and will not tolerate academic dishonesty or plagiarism and will treat all allegations of dishonesty seriously. Inbox Further information on academic honesty, academic dishonesty, and the resources available to all students can be found on the academic integrity pages on the current students website: https://sydney.edu.au/students/academic-integrity.html. 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Organisation and structure of ideas clear, but needs editing Organisation of ideas and structure is great, with minor issues Piece is minimally organised No organisation or structure Dashboard Distinction Credit Pass Fail Courses High Distinction Original, clear, and consistent argument with a strong thesis Argument Good and clear argument and thesis statement, with minor issues Argument is presented, but needed greater clarity and consistency Minimal indications of argument and thesis statement, with little consistency No argument or thesis statement, minimal consistency Groups Calendar Distinction Credit Pass Fail Inbox High Distinction Excellent research breadth and depth, with very strong use of evidence to support argument. Research and use of evidence to support argument Good research breadth and depth, with good use of evidence to support argument, with minor issues. Adequate research breadth and depth, with evidence to support argument, however there is scope for wider and deeper reading. An attempt has been made to develop an evidence-based argument, however there is a need for much wider and deeper reading Inadequate research breadth and depth, and little or no use of evidence History Studio OLE SEP V 24 tv Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Το 57 Ο Α Fri 24 Sep 1:19 AM o Mail – Pun X Midterm X 今啟動會談 Х D (451) ALEX YouTube X N Netflix 5 Week 61 х .. FASS1000 x ICLOUD STORAGE IS ALMOST FULL 39m ago с canvas.sydney.edu.au/courses/35218/assignments/318856 Upgrade your storage to keep using iCloud. Apps M Gmail D YouTube Sydney Student -… Canvas The University of… A USYD timetable O Mail – Pung Yi Cha… Cite This For Me:… E Reading List Modules Midterm Essay 100 Possible Points Reading List Due: Fri Sep 24, 2021 23:59 THI UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY Discussions Attempt 1 IN PROGRESS Next Up: Submit Assignment View Feedback Assignments Account Zoom Worth 20% | Due: Friday 24th September by 11:59pm. (Week 7) Unit outline (CC) Help Unit outline (RE) Instructions: Dashboard Select ONE of the following questions and write a 1,000 word response in essay format: Courses o Demographic changes and technological advancements are said to increase the demand for care and emotional work. What changes would be needed to turn these jobs into less precarious jobs that can expand the capabilities of the person who holds it? o How have legal attempts to address racial discrimination and land rights impacted on Aboriginal peoples? o How does state-sponsored multiculturalism operate to reproduce relationships of power and disguise ongoing racial and ethnic discrimination? Groups Calendar Susan has put together a guide of exemplars and explanations Examplars and Explanations-1.pdf of introductions and arguments and use of evidence in different grade bands (credit, distinction, and high distinction). Please consult this guide as way of improving on your essay writing skills in sociology, paying particular attention to the comments made in yellow. Inbox History Key criteria: Studio Submit Assignment OLE SEP AN 24 tv 7 A 0 ail – Punx Frequently X S改動合結 . х (451) MX YouTube X N Netflix Х E Week 6 Tux • FASS1000X FASS1000 x Academic X . canvas.sydney.edu.au/courses/35218/pages/frequently-asked questions YouTube Sydney Student -… 2 Canvas O The University of … A USYD timetable Update Mail – Pung Yi Cha… 3 Cite This For Me:… Reading List How strict is the word count? As a general rule we are happy for you submit something that is -/+ 10% of the word limit (so for a 2000-word essay, you can comfortably submit something between 1800 and 2200 words). Please note, if you don’t stick to the word limit, then this could affect your grade. Does the word count include my reference list? No, your reference list does not count towards your word count. Can I use the textbook as a source? Please note, the xtbook does not count as one of the 2 references from the Essential / Required readings and 4 references from other academic sources that you will need for your response. You can make use of the textbook. Naturally, if you take ideas from the textbook or quote from the textbook, then you must include a reference and include the textbook in your reference list. However, the textbook is a starting point for your research. We strongly encourage you to read much more broadly than the textbook. How old can my sources be for my reference list? One of the challenges of academic writing is keeping up with recent research and new theoretical directions. As a general rule, particularly when using empirical research, you would try to find the most recent studies. However, where you are discussing theoretical concepts, such as the theories of scholars such as Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno or Émile Durkheim, then it is appropriate to use older sources, indeed it can be beneficial to refer to the original text (this is one of the reasons we offer you opportunities to read “classic” texts in this course). Note in these case, secondary texts can be useful in helping you understand the primary material, as well as more recent applications and interpretations. Your textbook is a good starting point, but we strongly encourage you to read more broadly. Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Proilles Tab Window Help 57 A Fri 24 sep 1:19 AM o Mail – Pun X Midterm X 今啟動會議 Х D (451) ALE X YouTubex N Netflix 5 Week 6 7 X .. FASS1000 x ICLOUD STORAGE IS ALMOST FULL 39m ago со canvas.sydney.edu.au/courses/35218/assignments/318856 Upgrade your storage to keep using iCloud. 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