All written assignments must follow these style requirements:Margins and spacing for written assignments: the left margin of any assignment should not be wider than 1.25”; the right margin of any assignment must not be wider than 1.25”. [The same margins used on this style sheet.] Top and bottom margins should be approximately 1 ½ to 2 inches.All written assignments should be double spaced.Font: In order to assure a standard paper length, please use 12 point font.Quotations: All essays must contain quotations from assigned readings. These quotations can take the form of individual words, phrases, single sentences, or longer passages.*If you quote a single sentence, use the following form: “The production of life…now appears as a double relationship: one the one hand as a natural, on the other as a social relationship.”*Do not italicize quotations.*As a general rule, if the passage cited is longer than a three short sentences, it should take the form of a block quotation. A single very long sentence might require a block quote, just as four very short sentences might not require block quotation. Use your best judgment.Do not use boldface and do not use italics when block quoting a passage (unless a word is boldfaced or italicized in the original).Citation form: Every quotation must be followed immediately by a citation: (Author, Year: Page #). For example:“The production of life…now appears as a double relationship: one the one hand as a natural, on the other as a social relationship” (Marx and Engels, 1988: 50).Further information and instruction concerning essay style will be provided in class.Works Cited Page and Reference Style:The following guidelines are based upon the citation style used by the professional journal Critical Sociology (Sage Publications).All written assignments must include a works cited page. List the authors in alphabetical order. For each author, list their works in chronological order, the earliest work first.All book citations must include the author’s last name, first initial, date of publication, title, place of publication, publisher. For example:Cooley C (1922) Human Nature and The Social Order. Revised Edition. New York, NY: Charles Scribner.For citations to texts with multiple authors, use the following form:Marx K and Engels F (1988) The German Ideology: Part One. New York, NY: International Publishers.When citing a journal article, include the author’s last name, first initial(s), date of publication, title, journal title, volume, issue, page numbers. For example:Peirce CS (1868) Some Consequences of Four Incapacities. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 2(3): 140-157.When the same author has multiple texts that appear the same year, use an (a), (b), (c), etc., to signify the chronological order. For example:Peirce CS (1868a) Questions Concerning Certain Faculties Claimed For Man. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 2(2): 103-114.Peirce CS (1868b) Some Consequences of Four Incapacities. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 2(3): 140-157.When citing an article that appears in a book, include the author’s last name, first initial(s), date of publication, article title, book author, book title, place of publication, publisher, page numbers. For example:Mauss M (1979) Body Techniques. In: Mauss M, Sociology and Psychology: Essays. London, U.K.: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 95-123.The separate ‘works cited’ page that accompanies every written assignment must be single spaced.Further information and instruction concerning citation style will be provided in class.
1. Adam Smith, The Theory of Moral Sentiments (Economic Classics—EMP). ISBN: 978-16194912812. Friedrich Engels, The Condition of the Working Class in England (Oxford, 2009). ISBN: 978-0-1995558883. Thorstein Veblen, The Theory of the Leisure Class (Dover, 1994). ISBN: 0-486-28062-44.Erving Goffman, Asylums: Essays on the Social Situation of Mental Patients and Other Inmates. (Anchor Books, 1961) ISBN: 0-385-00016-25. Thomas J. Sugrue, The Origin of the Urban Crisis: Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit. Revised Edition (Princeton, 2005). ISBN: 978-06911218646. Arlie Russell Hochschild, The Second Shift. (Penguin, 2003) ISBN: 978-01420029267. Kevin Leicht and Scott Fitzgerald, Middleclass Meltdown in America: Causes, consequences, and remedies (Routledge, 2014). ISBN: 978-0-415-70952-1Charles Horton Cooley, “The Social Self”W.E.B. DuBois, “Of our spiritual strivings”Emile Durkheim, “What is a Social Fact”Max Weber, “Class, Status, Party”Florence Kelley, “The Sweating System”Marion Young, “Throwing Like a Girl”
The paper must be between 3-4 pages long, type-written, double spaced and conform to the style and citation requirements posted on our moodle site (“Class Style Sheet”). Since this is a text-based course, the papers must contain direct textual citations (quotations from the books).
Paper Topic: Does Arlie Hochschild view marriage as a “total institution”?
First, define Goffman’s notion of a total institution, then, using examples from The Second Shift, explain how marriage is or is not a total institution according to Hochschild.
Not asking is Marriage a Total Institution!
No outside sources!! Only quotes from books read in class!!
Get right to the point!!
No quotations (especially from Goffman or Hochschild) NO CREDIT!!
Don’t just describe a Total Institution but how it works! (Looking-glass Self) *Page and a half at most including quotations*
Hochschild perspective “can marriage be a total institution or not?
Relation of Hochschild to Gofman!!
*Citation Form* Name, Date, and Page Number after each quotations or NO CREDIT
6. Arlie Russell Hochschild, The Second Shift. (Penguin, 2003)
4.Erving Goffman, Asylums: Essays on the Social Situation of Mental Patients and Other Inmates. (Anchor Books, 1961)
All of the information with all of the texts are provided above along with what has already been written to work off of and make changes to.