Choose one of the historic sociologists cited in your textbook*
Explain why you chose this person/what made this person stand out to you?
Identify and explain the theory this person supported
Cite 4-5 facts about this person’s contribution to the field
Summarize and analyze the lasting area(s) of impact this individual has shown on the field of sociology
* – Title: Essentials of Sociology
Authors: Anthony Giddens, Mitchell Duneier, Richard P. Appelbaum, and Deborah Carr
Edition: Seventh Edition
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.
What does it mean to cite in ASA format?An ASA in-text citation is used to draw the reader’s attention to where you have quoted or paraphrased a source within the text. The citation includes the name of the author and publication date of the source. For example, (Giddens et al 2019).What ASA Components are required for this class?Title Page (title of work, name of author, and name of institution – centered, in bold)In-text citations (textbook content)Reference page (textbook)1 marginsTimes New Roman font12 pt. font sizeDouble-spaced
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