Prompt: Our course spent the semester looking at six different lens/theories/per

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Prompt: Our course spent the semester looking at six different lens/theories/perspectives/frameworks to understand inequality along social categorical lines, especially race. The theories also provided us with an idea of how society organizes around lineages of power. For example, if one is looking at American society from a “racial lens” one could see how advantages are awarded to communities across “racial lines.” In other words, one can see how race structures social relationships (power dynamics) in the U.S. shaping the allocation of advantages/privileges to individuals or groups.
Essay Question: Choose one (1) of the theoretical frameworks we studied in class and answer the following question:
What does it mean to be an “American?”
Quick Notes on Theories:
-Race: Power of an Illusion (Film)
-Laws/Policy
Citizenship
Housing
Land Rights
Education
Labor
-Eugenics/Science/Biological
-Fixed/Static Identities
-Social Status/Structure/Color
Answering the question
Argument is clear, logical, coherent, and free of grammatical errors, and NOT a summary of the readings or the modules 40 points
Minimum of eight (8) paragraphs [5 sentences/paragraph] points
Minimum of six (6) Citations/Evidence from readings/articles drawn from modules 1-17. MLA or APA style citation format will be acceptable. Films and lectures do NOT count towards the minimum six (6) citations.
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