What would Durkheim and Weber talk about? What do their theories about society have in common? How do their theories differ?
The goal here is to pretend you are observing/overhearing a back-and-forth conversation (at the lunch table) between two of sociologys classical theorists. As you construct this imaginary dialogue, you must demonstrate a thorough understanding of each theorists key ideas. Your creativity will be rewarded.
This essay must be between 600-700 words.
In the upper left hand corner of the Word document, please write
(1)your first and last name
(2) student ID
(3) the course title(SOC1)
(4) the date
(5) the word count
Your Works Cited/Reference page is placed at the end of your paper, and it is double-spaced. Every line after the first of the citation is indented one tab. Note the period at the end of the citation as well.
1. Demonstrates excellent engagement with the weekly prompt. Major points are clearly argued and well supported.
2. Very well organized with no errors in grammar or spelling and consistently conveys arguments clearly.
3. Adheres to all word count, formatting, and citation guidelines.