University of California Interest Groups & Formation of Policies Process Discussion

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Read two readings with a total of 15 pages and write a reading analysis of 1-2 pages.

Part 1.

Summary 1: Choose a reading assigned this week (or the previous week)- Check the syllabus—and provide a comprehensive summary. Explain the main findings, back up your claims with at least two citations from the reading (Author, page. Number). (1 full paragraph)

Summary 2: Choose a SECOND reading assigned this week (or the previous week)- Check the syllabus—and provide a comprehensive summary. Explain the main findings, back up your claims with at least two citations from the reading (Author, page number). (1 full paragraph)

Part 2.

An analytical response to the following question. (1 -2 paragraph) with references (Author, page number) to specific course material (be sure to cite accurately). An analytical response means that this is not merely your opinion, but it is an informed critique of the information posed.

Reading Analysis Question:

American society provides us with a clear and trusted aim of the American Dream—an individualistic interpretation that with enough effort one can succeed no matter who you are or where you started. This idea is based on Meritocracy, a foundational belief in American culture. Discuss meritocracy by defining it (and citing a specific reading) and then use it to try and understand Barbara Ehrenreich’s experiment. Discuss if and how minimum wage work can lead towards the American Dream and provide examples of any barriers that might affect one’s ability to move up in social class despite their merit and hard work. Cite Barbara’s article. Argue a position: Do you think that certain kinds of people might have more barriers than others in their pursuit of the American Dream? If so, which groups and why? Defend your stance with EVIDENCE (citations) Is there anything besides hard work that goes into one’s ability to have social mobility in America? Provide specific examples. Be sure to cite the readings directly.

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