CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF WHERE WE STAND: CLASS MATTERS ACADEMIC ESSAY

Your critical analysis should be approximately 5 to 7 pages long. Your paper should include an introduction and conclusion. In the body of your paper, the following questions should be addressed (hint: Use these as headings to organize your paper):
1. What did you expect to learn when you picked up the book? To what extent – and how effectively – were your expectations met?
2. Identify the main points of the book, explained in your own words. This means to avoid long quotes from the author.
3. What are the author’s aims in writing this book? To what extent have the aims been achieved?
4. What conclusions does the author reach about class in America?
5. Does the author’s presentation seem fair and accurate? Is the interpretation biased? If so, for what purpose might this have been done, and what effect does it have on the overall presentation?
6. hooks means to bring to light class differences in America, and offer steps for action. What are the major take away points about intervening about poverty?

These questions are derived from Robert Blackey, “Words to the Whys: Crafting Critical Book Reviews,” The History Teacher, 27.2 (Feb. 1994): 159-66.

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF WHERE WE STAND: CLASS MATTERS ACADEMIC ESSAY

Is this the question you were looking for? If so, place your order here to get started!