The point of the Reflection Task is that you engage in depth with ONE of the weekly topics that has been covered before the due date (you cannot choose the same topic for your second reflection task). Your exercise should:
a) name and answer the weekly key question form the lecture slides by
b) defining and explaining in your own words the key concepts of the chosen week
c) refer to and reference the reading(s) of the chosen week to back up your key points (if possible do NOT just copy the quotes and references from the lectures and also do NOT use the lecture slides as reference)
his Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
1. Identify the characteristics of contemporary work societies and the prevalence of work and employment for individual, organisational and social wellbeing. 2. Recognise the risks and opportunities originating in the organisation, structures and processes characterising work societies. 3. Integrate and synthesise learning and knowledge from a range of sources and environments to understand the link between economic and social roles of work and employment for individuals and societies. 4. Students will learn how to think sociologically about work and employment.
- the question that needs to be answered is in the attached PPT slides.
Work, Science and Technology Student’s Name Course Professor’s Name University City (State) Work, science, and technology Despite many companies embracing technology that replaces the human labor, work remains important to people. People consider it right when they are employed, rather than staying jobless. When people are employed in an organization or business they are kept busy and the tasks they perform are challenging; hence giving them ways of developing and learning new ways of solving obstacles they face both at work and in life. In this essay, the following question is addressed: Why are we still working (or are we not)? The essay asserts that people are still working, and various reasons that make people to continue working are provided. People are still working since work i