26 Jul Decolonization: Global Indigenous movements Readings :? Lightfoot, S. (2016). Chapter 3. Practicing global politics in Indigenous ways. Global indigenous politics: A subtl
topic 1 :Decolonization: Global Indigenous movements
Lightfoot, S. (2016). Chapter 3. Practicing global politics in Indigenous ways. Global indigenous politics: A subtle revolution. Routledge: New York.
Estes, N. (2019). Chapter 7. Liberation. Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance. Verso.
topic 2 : Global climate justice
Eco-cide: Crook, M., Short, D., & South, N. (2018). Ecocide, genocide, capitalism and colonialism: Consequences for Indigenous peoples and glocal ecosystems environments. Theoretical Criminology, 22(3), 298–317.
Greenford, D.-H. (2019). Why Ending Oil and Gas Production in Canada is Essential to a Just Transition Both at Home and Abroad. In Patricia E. Perkins (Ed.), Local Activism for Global Climate Justice (pp. 36-52). Routledge: London.
topic 3 : Global racial justice
Porter, C., Meheut, C., Apuzzo M., & Gebrekidan, S. (2022, May 20).“The Root of Haiti's Misery: Reparations to Enslavers” New York Times. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/20/world/americas/haiti-history-colonized-france.html
- • Gunia, A., Nugent C., Moon, K., Shah, S. & Haynes, S. (2021, May 11). The Racial Reckoning Went Global Last Year: Here’s How Activists in 8 Countries Are Fighting for Justice. Time. https://time.com/6046299/fighting-injustice-world/
- Timalsina, T. (2021, March 21). Why Rhodes Must Fall. Harvard Political Review. https://harvardpolitics.com/rhodes-must-fall/
topic 4: Global migration/refugee crisis and migrant justice movements
- Walia, Harsha. (2021). Chapter 3. Dispossession, Deprivation, Displacement: Reframing the Global Migration Crisis. Border & Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism and the Rise of Racist Nationalism (p.61-74). Fernwood Publishing.
- • Walia, Harsha. (2021). Chapter 6. Fortress Europe. Border & Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism and the Rise of Racist Nationalism (p. 105-109). Fernwood Publishing.
Summer 2022 SOCI 4730-02 The 2nd Reading and Reflection Paper (20%) Guidelines
This reading and reflection paper aims to prepare you to develop your intellectual capacity to analyze various global social problems both in historical and contemporary contexts and to understand how global social changes have been made. In this paper, you will (1) identify and analyze different global social problems we have covered from topics 7 to 10 (e.g. ongoing colonial practices, climate change, racism, and global refugee/migrant crisis, etc.) in relation to different colonial history and capitalist interests, and (2) discuss how different groups in the world have challenged these global social problems and brought forth global social changes. This reading and reflection paper covers topic 7, 8, 9 and 10. Focus only on the course materials (You do NOT need to do any external research) and demonstrate a strong understanding of the course materials (both lecture content [lecture ppt files & videos] and assigned readings). Try to include major themes from each week. Provide an introduction and conclusion. In-text citation (APA Style 7th edition) & bibliography is required when you address the assigned readings & lecture ppt files.
Required length: 1,000 (minimum) – 1,500 (maximum) excluding bibliography
Deadline: 11:55 pm on July 28th (Thursday) via Moodle.
A- to A+ (16-20/20) Overall: grammar and spelling mistakes minimal to none, sentences flow and are internally coherent, no run-on sentences or sentence fragments. – The paper has a clear and cohesive structure and addresses all key elements of the given question. – The paper demonstrates a strong understanding of the course materials (assigned readings and lecture materials) and is clearly presented in one’s own words. (*note: A few direct quotations are allowed if they are inevitable). – This paper fulfils the required length. – The paper cites all material appropriately and consistently.
B- to B+ (14-15.5/20) – Overall: grammar and spelling mistakes minimal, sentences are well-constructed, minimal run-on sentences or sentence fragments. – The paper has a clear and cohesive structure and addresses the key elements of the given question, but it may include some simplified statements or slight misrepresentations of key points from the readings and class materials. – The paper incorporates the required course materials but not to the full extent possible. – This paper fulfils the required length. – The answer cites all material appropriately and consistently. C- to C+ (11-13.5/20) – Overall: grammar and spelling mistakes frequent, sentences are understandable, but would be clearer with a careful proof-read. -The paper does not fulfil the required the length. – This paper includes lecture materials and assigned readings, but not to the full extent possible. -This paper includes simplified statements or misrepresentations of key points from the readings and class material. – This paper includes many direct quotations. -The answer attempts to cite sources, but does so incorrectly or incompletely. D (10-10.5/20) – Overall: grammar and spelling mistakes common, sentences consistently unclear. – The paper does not fulfil the required the length. – This paper grasps course materials poorly. – This paper includes many simplified statements and misrepresentations of course materials. -The answer attempts to cite sources, but does so incorrectly or incompletely. Failing grade (less than 10/20) – Overall: riddled with spelling and grammar errors. Sentences unclear or incoherent. – consistently misunderstands course material, offers no sociological explanations. – does not follow instructions; does not cite sources.
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