After participating in this week’s discussion about the major social forces at work, reflect on the various perspectives and the real world experiences of yourself and others. These theories have led to extensive debate among scholars, economists, and politicians. It’s important to offer a space to debrief when discussing such topics. Use this journal to share the emotions that this week’s discussion brought up for you.
· Did you feel defensive when asked to connect your experiences with theory or when challenged to accept the connections of your peers? If so, what aspects of the theories or experiences did you find bothersome?
· Were there interpretations of your experience that you felt were inappropriate? If so, what do you think is the origin of your feeling?
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