This assignment is an essay and should be written as such (not in a question & answer format), using correct spelling/grammar, and good organization. The paper should also employ proper in-text citations and references. Remember any idea, thought, or concept that is not your original thought needs to be cited, not just for quotes, but paraphrasing as well. You will need to first watch the film Slumdog Millionaire, which you can find in the school library or through most providers such as Amazon. Then answer all of the following questions in your paper.
Which of the three main sociological theories do you see most clearly in the movie Slumdog Millionaire? Be clear to demonstrate that you understand the theory and support your answer with specifics from the movie.
How does a sociological imagination help you view the movie differently than if you viewed it using an individualistic perspective? Your answer should show a clear understanding of the concept of the sociological imagination and the ability to apply it.
How does the movie relate to culture? Be sure to clearly apply specific concepts of culture, showing you understand the concepts and provide clear examples from the movie demonstrating them.
What other sociological concepts in the movie did you notice? Be sure to explain the concepts and show how they were demonstrated in the movie.
There is no specific required page length. The length should be long enough to fully answer each question thoroughly in a way that shows you understand the class concepts and that you watched the film. Again, remember this should be written as a cohesive essay. Good papers are usually around 2-4 pages (double-spaced, 1 inch margins, Times New Roman).