Use this book to find all answers I cant able to share because file is way to big Name of the book is — Seasonal Sociology
Edited by Tonya Davidson and Ondine Park
All chapter are in this book please use only that book to answer these questions
Select one of the following topics and write a 2-3-page mini-essay in which you develop a course concept from the readings and use it to explain some event, statement, action, or social interaction in the related video.
- Explain the concept of nature (chapter 17) as a commodity or as conspicuous leisure. Chapter 17 slides — ( https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1oQtAaRTR3THSomhnzYqEu4xT9WZD_mPX6juBnUe75cQ/edit#slide=id.g13618e17bef_0_61 )
- Explain the concept of multiculturalism (chapter 15). Is the preservation of Chinatown by Bob Rennie an example of multiculturalism or is it the monetization/commodification of a dead stereotype of ‘Chineseness”? Note: do not write about this film if you did so already. ( https://www.tvo.org/video/canadas-changing-demographics )
- Using quotes at least one reading, explain how this course affected your understanding of Canada.
Things to pay attention to in your writing:
- The introductory paragraph should identify what you will be analysing and why you think this video and scene is significant to you.
- Each paragraph should focus on one aspect: description, meaning/interpretation, significance developed from a course reading. Use direct citations only when using course materials(no paraphrasing).
- Descriptions must be coherent: flesh out details concerning character traits, styles, gestures, language, presentation, relationships between people, things or the spaces they occupy, and link these details to the overall structure of the narrative if relevant. Do not do all of these, but selectively choose the most appropriate elements to build your meaning.
- The meaning or importance of the image(s) or scene you have examined should be clearly expressed. Meaning is developed by explaining how the different parts of the scene combine to produce some effect in terms of story, character, history, or in terms of how it affected you (the viewer).
- Include the year of the video or film in brackets after each citation. You do not need a time stamp. Put a page number for all readings in brackets after the quote.
- Include your name, student #, the date, & course number on the title page.
- Include a title for your essay.
- Double space your work.
- Use default font (Times New Roman), font size (12), and standard margins.