Part One: Drawing on the chapter “Class and Inequality” (pgs 400-410), pick two theorists (from Marx, Weber, Bourdieu, and/or Mullings) to analyze the conflict explored in the film People Like Us in Burlington, Vermont over the co-operative supermarket replacing the Shaws supermarket. Which groups favor which supermarket and why? What’s at the heart of the conflict? How do your two chosen theorists and their central theoretical concepts help us to understand the conflict in Burlington?
[8 sentences minimum] (5 points)
Part Two: Drawing on the chapter “Class and Inequality” (pgs 400-410) analyze John Jackson’s article ““Birthdays, Basketball, and Breaking Bread: Negotiations with Class in Contemporary Black America.” Why does Paul have two birthday parties? Use the concept of cultural capital (Bourdieu) and intersectionality (Mullings) to explain and analyze his experience. Include a least one direct quote from Jackson’s article. Read the article closely and carefully for the details that Jackson provides.
[8 sentences minimum, not including quote] (5 points)
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