In groups of 3-4, students will produce and submit for assessment 8-10 PowerPoint slides which, using visual material (images, graphs, art, original creative video etc), illuminate a contemporary social issue relating to inequality. Groups will then outline an explanation and analysis of this using at least two sociological concepts and a historical overview of how this inequality emerged.
In the slideshow, you need to include:
Representation of the contemporary social issue (through pictures, graphs, art etc.) This will require you to research the social issue, identify some key arguments or points that need to be communicated about it and to choose how best to communicate these key issues. Your individual written submissions (below) will go into details about what your Power Point is visually showing, so your PowerPoint may not have a lot of words.
Demonstration of familiarity with at least two key sociological concepts in relation to your selected issue.
Final slide with a reference list that follows APA 7th conventions. This reference list will include citations for the images/ graphs etc. that you used as well as key theories and news reports referred to.
Part B: Visual/PowerPoint Presentation Summary (individual) To accompany the PowerPoint slides students are to individually submit a presentation report in the form of a word document no more than 1,200 words long. This complements the largely visual power point presentation you have created with your group. This will report on the content of the presentation. Using text, appropriately define and apply the two sociological concepts featured inoutline should briefly describe the historical roots of the selected social equality issue and the social contexts within which it emergeda the PowerPoint slides to the social inequality issue featured in the PowerPoint slides. Your written