Discuss and analyze the dynamics and dimensions associated with Webers work on the origins of the capitalist social system and modern society. Attention should be given to the work by Hadden (chapter 4), Farganis (chapter 3), and the associated articles pertaining to this theorist: Giddens Introduction to Webers (The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism), the except from Webers The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, and Bococks article on Religion and the Rise of Capitalism, pertinent material from chapter one in Hadden, and Kardaras (Notes on Theorist), and lectures.
**PLEASE USE READING MATERIAL ATTACHED TO WRITE THE PAPER AND NO OUTSIDE/INTERNET RESOURCES**
Each paper must embody a developed analysis and application of the material. BE SURE TO INTEGRATE MATERIAL FROM CLASS LECTURES AND COURSE READINGS, and make use of proper APA in-text and reference page citation formats. Be clear and specific in your writing, analysis, and discussion. Analysis discussion and application are essential requirements for the paper. INTERNET AND ELECTRONIC STORAGE MATERIAL REFERENCES, INCLUDING JOURNAL ARTICLES, ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
Citation Formats for Lectures and Text
In-text citation format for lectures
(Kardaras, 2021a)– refers to the first notation below
(Kardaras, 2021b)refers to the second notion below
(Kardaras, 2021c)refers to the third notation below
(Kardaras, 2021d)–refers to the fourth notation below
Reference format for citing the lectures used in the writing of the paper.
Kardaras, B. (2021a). The Origins of Social Theory. January 18.
_____. (2021b). The Greeks and Social Theory. January 25.
_____. )2021d). Theory, How It Works. February 8.
_____. (2021c). From the Greeks to the Renaissance. February 15.
_____. (2021e). The Social Theorists and Modernity. February 22.
In-text citation format with multiple separate authors (use a semi-colon to separate multiple citations)
(Farganis, 2014; Kardaras, 2021b)
In-text citation format for a direct quote
(Farganis, 2014, p. 4; Weber, 2014, p. 78)
In-text citation format paraphrasing a single author
Reference page format (all references should be placed in alphabetical order)
Farganis, J. (Ed.). (2014). Introduction to Max Weber. In Readings in social theory (pp.
73-77). New York: McGraw-Hill.
Weber, M. (2014). The protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism. In J. Farganis (Ed.),
Readings in social theory (pp. 77-81). New York: McGraw-Hill.
. papers must integrate material from lectures;
h. papers must integrate material from course readings;
i. papers must demonstrate research evidence (NOTE: AT LEAST 5 REFERENCES ARE REQUIRED, DRAWN FROM LECTURES AND READINGS.
INTERNET REFERENCES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE, INCLUDING ARCHIVED MATERIAL).
*NOTE: AT LEAST 4 REFERENCES must be from the assigned class readings.
CLASS LECTURES WILL COUNT AS AN ADDITIONAL REFERENCE.
j. papers must demonstrate a theoretical and conceptual understanding of the subject matter.
In addition, core issues and analysis must be clearly presented and articulated.
NOTE: Making use of subject headings may be helpful in organizing your thoughts,
ideas, and analysis.
k. each paper must embody a developed analysis and a developed application of the material. The application and/or making linkages and connections, i.e., applying
the theory should embody the following elements:
1. demonstrate command of the theory/theorist(s) and concepts;
2. indicate significant analytical and critical thinking skills;
3. raise the level of the material to a higher level of analysis, i.e., applying the theory or theorist(s) work to the study and analysis of, e.g., social change, modernity, social class, race, ethnicity, women, inequality, and the environment.