summary+critical thinking

summary+critical thinking

Project description
3. Nettleton, S. and Hardey, M. (2006) Running away with health: the urban marathon and the construction of charitable bodies, Health, 10 (4): 441-460.

Referencing Requirements:
You have read numerous academic articles this term. One essential skill is to be able to provide summaries of what you read in your own words and also to be able to develop a critique of the arguments and/or evidence presented. For your first piece of assessment (20% of the overall module mark) you will select one of the following articles and produce a 1000 word commentary on it:

1. Lawler, S. (2005) Disgusted subjects: the making of middle-class identities. Sociological Review, 53 (3): 429-446.

2. Savage, M. et al. (2013) A New Model of Social Class: Findings from the BBCs Great British Class Survey Experiment, Sociology 47(2): 219-250.

3. Nettleton, S. and Hardey, M. (2006) Running away with health: the urban marathon and the construction of charitable bodies, Health, 10 (4): 441-460.

4. Toerien, M. and Wilkinson, S. (2004) Exploring the depilation norm: a qualitative questionnaire study of womens body hair removal. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 1 (1): 69-92.

5. Twigg, J. (2012) Adjusting the cut: fashion, the body and age on the UK high street. Ageing and Society, 32 (6): 1030-1054.
Hand in date and time for this assignment: Wednesday December 3rd; 12.30.
Visiting Students: See table at bottom of this page for guidance.

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