ISCUSS AND EVALUATE BAUMANS CONCEPTS OF SOLID MODERNITY AND LIQUID MODERNITY.HOW WELL DOES THE IDEA OF LIQUIDITY CAPTURE ISSUES OF CONTEMPORARY LIFE?

Essay Introduction
i?? Get straight in to the essay question i?? what are key themes, ideas, debates the
essay will explore?
i?? You should also make clear here what the central argument of the essay is around
which the essay discussion will orientate itself.
i?? In other words, whati??s the central thread holding the essay discussion and argument
together?
i?? Think of the i??Introductioni?? as i??signpostingi?? to the marker/reader what they can expect
to find within the essay i?? the marker does not want to be taken on a mystery tour.
i?? Explain how you will i??tacklei?? the question i?? e.g. what are its parameters?
i?? Keep the i??Introductioni?? tightly focused on essay question.
Essay Main Body [give it a title relevant to the question]
i?? The main part of the essay in which you answer the question.
i?? Use academic literature to support the arguments of the essay and demonstrate
evidence of critical insight and understanding.
i?? Build the central argument(s) of the essay in relation to the question, as set.
Essay Conclusion
i?? Make sure the essay i??Conclusioni?? does justice to the essay content.
i?? Relates to essay question and the arguments built in main body of essay discussion.
i?? Draws together final reflections, ideas and thoughts.
Referencing
i?? Use the Harvard system of referencing throughout (surname, year: page(s)
i?? E.g. Elliott (2014: 95-96)
i?? Make sure you support your arguments and acknowledge your sources throughout.
i?? Avoid unsupported claims and arguments i?? too journalese and makes for
descriptive, discursive reading.
i?? Good evaluative essay work is always well referenced and sourced.
Quotations
i?? Avoid over-lengthy use of direct quotations i?? paraphrase.
i?? Lengthy quotations do not necessarily demonstrate you understand what you are
quoting.
i?? Short quotations can be integrated into sentence construction.
i?? E.g. Elliott (2009:69) argues i??[Quote]i??.
i?? Make sure direct quotations always have a lead-in to them

Added on 23.03.2015 06:05
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Essay Introduction
i?? Get straight in to the essay question i?? what are key themes, ideas, debates the
essay will explore?
i?? You should also make clear here what the central argument of the essay is around
which the essay discussion will orientate itself.
i?? In other words, whati??s the central thread holding the essay discussion and argument
together?
i?? Think of the i??Introductioni?? as i??signpostingi?? to the marker/reader what they can expect
to find within the essay i?? the marker does not want to be taken on a mystery tour.
i?? Explain how you will i??tacklei?? the question i?? e.g. what are its parameters?
i?? Keep the i??Introductioni?? tightly focused on essay question.
Essay Main Body [give it a title relevant to the question]
i?? The main part of the essay in which you answer the question.
i?? Use academic literature to support the arguments of the essay and demonstrate
evidence of critical insight and understanding.
i?? Build the central argument(s) of the essay in relation to the question, as set.
Essay Conclusion
i?? Make sure the essay i??Conclusioni?? does justice to the essay content.
i?? Relates to essay question and the arguments built in main body of essay discussion.
i?? Draws together final reflections, ideas and thoughts.
Referencing
i?? Use the Harvard system of referencing throughout (surname, year: page(s)
i?? E.g. Elliott (2014: 95-96)
i?? Make sure you support your arguments and acknowledge your sources throughout.
Thank you.