Complete a sociological review (applying one of the sociological perspectives) of the movie called “Casablanca”. make sure that you are presenting a sociological review, not a psychological, historical, or economic review. This is not just a ‘step by step” description or “book/movie report” of what happens in the movie, however. As part of your introduction- the first page, you must explain why you have chosen the particular sociological perspective, as opposed to the other perspective. Once you have chosen your perspective discuss your film apply this perspective. To assist you in your discussion you will want / need to present some of the underlying principles of your perspective and demonstrate how it applies to your chosen film.
References: Additionally, the student will be required to demonstrate his/her internet search ability by presenting at least six (6) acceptable internet references which relate to the topic. References must come from the internet and listed following the end of the paper (additional to the length noted above) in web-page format and presented as a link to the internet. The reference must be able to be viewed so only links that go directly to the chosen article will be accepted. Although you may want to review on-line dictionaries, encyclopedias, or your text, they will not count in the five. Blogs, unsigned “articles”, or web-site homepages are not acceptable sources and will not be counted. Your reference note must go directly to the article you have chosen to use in your paper.
Each reference should be submitted using the following format:
Author’s last name, first name (or initials), year the work was written (posted to the internet), title of work, Internet source (in italics), URL (web page address- i.e. https:\website.com)
Within the body of the paper enter the citation (for a direct or indirect quote) in the following manner:
Author’s last name.
If more than one reference is from the same author:
Author’s last name, date of posting (or title of work)
Research paper will be graded using the following schema:
CONTENT: 60% or max 60 marks
LENGTH: 20% or max 20 marks
REFERENCES: 20% or max 20 marks