Write one essay drawing on material from two out of the three strands of DD102 materials. Choose which two out of the three strands you want to focus on: Making Lives (Chapters 5-9), Connecting Lives (Chapters 1-5), and Ordering Lives (Chapters 6 —10).

Topic: Discuss some of the ways in which differences and inequalities persist over time

Prepare a draft it should have the connection between the two strands Connecting and Ordering lives.

Relationship between the material with 2-3 examples.

Demonstrate:
the ability to construct a simple social science argument using appropriate concepts, theories and evidence

the skill of writing an academic essay which draws on the material you have studied across the different strands of the module

the skill of integrating material from various sources. The EMA therefore builds on the earlier skills you have acquired in writing and planning your assignments, integrating material from various sources and identifying the different elements of social science inquiry.

You are required to write one essay drawing on material from two out of the three strands of DD102 materials. Choose which two out of the three strands you want to focus on: Making Lives (Chapters 5-9), Connecting Lives (Chapters 1-5), and Ordering Lives (Chapters 6 —10).

Discuss some of the ways differences and inequalities persist over time.

Think about which differences and inequalities you are going to focus on, remembering that not all differences are inequalities.

You are required to discuss how differences and inequalities persist over time; in other words, how some differences and inequalities get made and remade.

In planning your essay, you therefore need to look for examples in two out of the three strands for:
(a) differences and inequalities, and (b) the ways in which these differences and inequalities are remade over time.

 

Write one essay drawing on material from two out of the three strands of DD102 materials. Choose which two out of the three strands you want to focus on: Making Lives (Chapters 5-9), Connecting Lives (Chapters 1-5), and Ordering Lives (Chapters 6 —10).