what were some of the benefits promised by “high modernist” planning? Second, what are the primary critiques of the high modernist model, as articulated by James Scott and Jane Jacobs? Pick a side in this debate, and systematically defend your position.
Students should develop a thesis-driven argument that responds to the prompt. That means all papers should include a clear thesis statement (an overarching argument) and several (3) clear sub-arguments. Be sure to carefully support your sub-arguments with specific examples and empirical evidence taken from course readings (both required and supplemental). Your sub-arguments should also provide a logical structure for the body of the paper. (And consider using subheadings to better delineate and organize the various parts of your analysis, including your sub-arguments). No outside research is necessary, but (in most cases) will be happily accepted.
Papers should be 5-7 pages long and standard formatting is expected (12-point font, 1-inch margins, double-spaced, etc.). In-text citations and a bibliography are required. If there is a citation format you are familiar with (Chicago, APA, etc.), feel free to use it. If you are unfamiliar with bibliographies, please see the ASA’s (American Sociological Association’s) Short Style Guide (located on Canvas). And feel free to see me if you have any questions about this process.
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