Imagine watching the film you choose with an audience of four—you and three of t

Imagine watching the film you choose with an audience of four—you and three of the social theorists. Imagine them interpreting and analyzing the film and supporting or arguing with one another as they discuss the characters, plot, setting, action , and theme of the film.
What would Durkheim, Marx, and Veblen have to say about the plot and characterizations of one of the many film versions of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations or Hard Times or of the classic Frank Capra film It’s a Wonderful Life? What
would Marx, Veblen, and Gilman think of the themes developed in any of the various film versions of Jane
Austen’s Emma (a modern version of Clueless) or Parasite? What would Marx, Veblen, and Martineau think of
the plot and characterizations of Mean Girls or The Devil Wears Prada? How would Marx, Durkheim and
Truth respond to Erin Brockovich? What would Durkheim, Simmel, and Truth make of The Good, The Bad,
and the Ugly? Imagine asking what DuBois, Truth, and Comte would think of The Help or Hidden Figures.
in this order please write: choosen film Hunger Games #1
• Write an introduction in which you name the film and the three theorists you have chosen, providing
a rationale for why you chose each to analyze the film.
• Provide a brief plot summary of the film, and critical information such as the year it was released, who
directed it, and the main characters. Information about the film should be available at IMDb.com This
summary must be no more than 125 words, a long paragraph, a half page, at most.
• Develop separate paragraphs in the body of the paper. Name and explain concepts developed by the
social theorists you have chosen to analyze not only the plot, action, and setting but the
characterizations of the major parts played by the actors. Using each theorist, explain what social forces
have shaped the characters, and have influenced their motivations, aspirations, goals, and behaviors?
What kind of society do they live in? How does that society shape the individual? You must analyze
and interpret the film, using the theorists; don’t get carried away with merely describing the film’s
story.
• Balance your use of the theorists. You must use all three equally. Choose from: Comte, Durkheim,
Marx, Weber, Simmel, DuBois, Veblen, Freud. If you would like to use one of the Neglected Voices —
Martineau, Gilman, or Truth, choose one only.
• External scholarship is not necessary; course materials are sufficient for the paper, which is not a
traditional research paper but rather a paper that demonstrates your mastery and application of course
content. The only outside sources you will need supply background information about the film,
itself. IMDb.com has information about all the films listed below, as do promotional webpages about
the films at the time of their release. That said, you must use the APA to create parenthetical
citations
sociologists and provided sources, sources also on files
1.
Auguste Comte
2.
Emile Durkheim
http://durkheim.uchicago.edu/Summaries/suicide.html#pgfId=931
3.
Max Weber