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SOC5044 Contemporary Social Assignment

SOC5044 Contemporary Social Assignment

 SOC5044 Contemporary Social Assignment 

Learning outcomes and assessment criteria specific to this assignment:

·       Demonstrate a deep and critical understanding of a range of contemporary social theories and perspectives along with their key concepts and arguments.

·       Evaluate contemporary social theories in relation to their historical and social contexts.

·       Critically apply aspects of contemporary social theories to important social problems and issues of our times.

·       Apply an excellent understanding, appreciation and use of a wide range of relevant reading, whilst demonstrating an individual approach to the material, drawing conclusions based on an analytical and critical approach, and presenting written work in a clear and well-structured manner.


Summative Assessment Overview:

This module is assessed by one assignment - an essay of up to 2,500 words (worth 100%).

Choose one title from below:

1. Critically examine Gramsci’s theory of ‘hegemony’.

2. Evaluate Adorno’s account of the ‘culture industry’.

3. How might ‘structuralism’ help us to critically understand society?

4. Critically examine Foucault’s notion of ‘power/knowledge’.

5. Critically discuss the ‘postmodern’ social theories of Lyotard and/or Baudrillard.

6. Evaluate Habermas’s division between ‘system’ and ‘life-world’.

7. Critically examine Bourdieu’s notion of ‘cultural capital’.

8. Critically discuss the ways in which ‘feminist’ sociologists have challenged sociology as a discipline.

9. Examine the relationship between knowledge and power in post-colonial thought.

*** Re-sit essay questions (summer 2020) will be the same as the 1st sitting ***

Formative Assessment:

This is carried out in weekly seminars where students – in groups but also as individuals - are asked to present their understanding of each thinker and the broader sociological context. They receive feedback from the seminar tutor in relation to their level of comprehension along with suggestions for further reading and how to develop their critical and analytical skills.

Seminars and drop-in sessions are also dedicated to writing strategies relating to the essay questions (with feedback from the seminar tutor).

Information for ALL students on submission of this coursework


  • For all Coursework must be in Arial 11 or Times New Roman font size 12. 
  • Please note that your coursework must adhere to the word count given in the assessment brief. A 10% under or over allowance is given for word counts. Failure to adhere to the word count will be taken into consideration when been awarded a mark, as the work has not met the assessment brief.  
  • Your reference list will not be included in your word count
  • Everything in your main text including quotations, citations and headings will be included in your word count.
  • The date and time of the submission of your work for this assessment can be found on this document and your module Moodle site. 
  • You are reminded of the University’s Disciplinary Procedures that refer to plagiarism. A copy of the Disciplinary Procedure is available from iCity. Except where the assessment of an assignment is group based, the final piece of work that is submitted must be your own work. Close similarity between assignments is likely to lead to an investigation for cheating. You must also ensure that you acknowledge all sources you have used. Submissions that are considered to be the result of collusion or plagiarism will be dealt with under the University’s Disciplinary Procedures, and the penalty may involve the loss of academic credits. If you have any doubts about the extent to which you are allowed to collaborate with your colleagues, or the conventions for acknowledging the sources you have used, you should first of all consult module documentation and, if still unclear, your tutor.
  • If you are experiencing problems, you should contact Student Affairs staff via the iASK HelpDesk on 0121 331 7777.

Additional information about electronic submission

All coursework submitted electronically need to be submitted in accordance with the following guidelines:

  • Submission means that a correctly formatted electronic copy has been submitted in the correct method via Moodle, by the deadline set. Failure to do so may result in a mark of zero being awarded.
  • Your work must be submitted via Moodle - please refer to the Module Moodle site for further details on where to upload your work.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that your work is successfully submitted. You will receive an email receipt confirming your submission.  Please check this and keep it for your reference. 
  • For essays, reports and portfolios your work must be submitted using a Microsoft Word file format (doc or docx)
  • For posters and presentations, your work should be submitted using Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Submissions using file formats other than those listed above may affect your work being marked, and the feedback you may receive.
  • The work you submit must not be password protected.
  • Coursework sent by other methods e.g. Email will not be accepted.
  • You must retails an electronic copy of your work. Failure to produce a copy on request will result in a mark of zero for the assessment task.
  • You can use the Turnitin at BCU Moodle page to learn more about software that assists in detecting collusion and plagiarism. On this page you can upload a draft of your work to view a Turnitin Originality Report. 


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