What do you think the reading tells us about the economics of our society in general and our experience of social relationships within that economic society?

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What do you think the reading tells us about the economics of our society in general and our experience of social relationships within that economic society?

In the readings this week, we gain a greater understanding of society through our economic system and the part we play in it. As such, you get the opportunity to experience the classical works of Karl Marx. In Section Two of Social Theory Re-Wired – “Networks of Capital: Dimensions of Global Capitalism” – you are offered several classical and contemporary readings. Choose one of the readings in Section Two (but not the Introductory Essay) as the basis of your two- to three-page journal paper. (Please note: Do not choose Pierre Bourdieu’s “The Forms of Capital” as this is covered in the Week Three paper.) The purpose of the journal paper is to allow you to personally reflect on and present your experience of the reading. In your journal paper, reflect on and present the following: What do you think the reading tells us about the economics of our society in general and our experience of social relationships within that economic society? What two to three points made by the social theorist did you find most interesting? In your own experience of living in an economic society, can you relate to the points made by the theorist in your chosen reading? How has the reading on the work of this theorist changed your perspective on society, economics, and capitalism? How has the reading enhanced your future experience of society and your study of Sociology? RULE BRICK Distinguished - Responds with a thorough reflection that is related to all aspects of the journal prompt. Applies professional, personal, relevant prior knowledge, and/or other real-world experiences in a manner that is rich in thought and provides valuable insight into the topic. Analyzes preconceptions and biases by deconstructing elements of personal assumptions and synthesizes own awareness using new modes of thinking. Proficient - Responds with a reflection that is related to almost all aspects of the journal prompt. Applies professional, personal, or other real-world experiences in a manner that provides valuable insight into the topic. Provides a limited analysis of preconceptions and biases and somewhat synthesizes own awareness using new modes of thinking. Basic - Responds with a reflection that is related to most aspects of the journal prompt. Applies professional, personal, or other real-world experiences in a manner that provides limited insight into the topic but may not be wholly relevant to the journal prompt. Demonstrates self-reflection by identifying preconceptions or biases compared to new modes of thinking. Below Expectations - Responds with a reflection that is related to some aspects of the journal prompt. Attempts to apply professional, personal, or other real-world experiences, but their relevance to the journal prompt is unclear. Self-reflection is vague and/or fails to relate to preconceptions or biases and new modes of thinking. Non-Performance - The journal is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions. Coherence Total: 0.75 Distinguished - Effectively communicates ideas or points in a logical and organized manner. Reflections are sophisticated and formulate wholly appropriate and pertinent connections between the journal topic and relevant prior knowledge. Proficient - Communicates ideas or points in a manner that is mostly logical and organized. Reflections formulate appropriate connections between the journal topic and relevant prior knowledge. Basic - Communicates ideas or points in a manner that demonstrates a limited understanding of content organization. Attempts to reflect upon journal topic, but the connections between the journal topic and prior knowledge are vague. Below Expectations - Attempts to communicate ideas or points; however, the content organization is extremely limited. Fails to provide a reflection that connects the journal topic to prior knowledge. Non-Performance - The journal is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions. Mechanics Total: 0.50 Distinguished - Journal contains no errors related to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure. Proficient - Journal contains only a few minor errors related to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure, but they do not distract the reader from the content. Basic - Journal contains a few errors related to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure, which slightly distract the reader from the content. Below Expectations - Journal contains major errors related to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure, which distract the reader from the content. Non-Performance - The journal is either non-existent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.

In the readings this week, we gain a greater understanding of society through our economic system and the part we play in it. As such, you get the opportunity to experience the classical works of Karl Marx. In Section Two of Social Theory Re-Wired – “Networks of Capital: Dimensions of Global Capitalism” – you are offered several classical and contemporary readings. Choose one of the readings in Section Two (but not the Introductory Essay) as the basis of your two- to three-page journal paper. (Please note: Do not choose Pierre Bourdieu’s “The Forms of Capital” as this is covered in the Week Three paper.) The purpose of the journal paper is to allow you to personally reflect on and present your experience of the reading.

In your journal paper, reflect on and present the following:

What do you think the reading tells us about the economics of our society in general and our experience of social relationships within that economic society?
What two to three points made by the social theorist did you find most interesting?
In your own experience of living in an economic society, can you relate to the points made by the theorist in your chosen reading?
How has the reading on the work of this theorist changed your perspective on society, economics, and capitalism?
How has the reading enhanced your future experience of society and your study of Sociology?

RULE BRICK
Distinguished – Responds with a thorough reflection that is related to all aspects of the journal prompt. Applies professional, personal, relevant prior knowledge, and/or other real-world experiences in a manner that is rich in thought and provides valuable insight into the topic. Analyzes preconceptions and biases by deconstructing elements of personal assumptions and synthesizes own awareness using new modes of thinking.

Proficient – Responds with a reflection that is related to almost all aspects of the journal prompt. Applies professional, personal, or other real-world experiences in a manner that provides valuable insight into the topic. Provides a limited analysis of preconceptions and biases and somewhat synthesizes own awareness using new modes of thinking.

Basic – Responds with a reflection that is related to most aspects of the journal prompt. Applies professional, personal, or other real-world experiences in a manner that provides limited insight into the topic but may not be wholly relevant to the journal prompt. Demonstrates self-reflection by identifying preconceptions or biases compared to new modes of thinking.

Below Expectations – Responds with a reflection that is related to some aspects of the journal prompt. Attempts to apply professional, personal, or other real-world experiences, but their relevance to the journal prompt is unclear. Self-reflection is vague and/or fails to relate to preconceptions or biases and new modes of thinking.

Non-Performance – The journal is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.

Coherence
Total: 0.75
Distinguished – Effectively communicates ideas or points in a logical and organized manner. Reflections are sophisticated and formulate wholly appropriate and pertinent connections between the journal topic and relevant prior knowledge.

Proficient – Communicates ideas or points in a manner that is mostly logical and organized. Reflections formulate appropriate connections between the journal topic and relevant prior knowledge.

Basic – Communicates ideas or points in a manner that demonstrates a limited understanding of content organization. Attempts to reflect upon journal topic, but the connections between the journal topic and prior knowledge are vague.

Below Expectations – Attempts to communicate ideas or points; however, the content organization is extremely limited. Fails to provide a reflection that connects the journal topic to prior knowledge.

Non-Performance – The journal is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.

Mechanics
Total: 0.50
Distinguished – Journal contains no errors related to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.

Proficient – Journal contains only a few minor errors related to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure, but they do not distract the reader from the content.

Basic – Journal contains a few errors related to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure, which slightly distract the reader from the content.

Below Expectations – Journal contains major errors related to grammar, spelling, and sentence structure, which distract the reader from the content.

Non-Performance – The journal is either non-existent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.


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