Theorist dinner party

Theorist dinner party

Imagine you are throwing a dinner party and you have invited the attendees listed above, then: Pair up the list of you and the theorists, placing two people at each table. Group the available dinner guests according to what pairings you think would elicit the most interesting conversations. Think about who would have the most to talk about with each other based on their theoretical orientation, questions they are trying to answer, and assumptions. (1 point per pairing; 4 points total). List one topic, question, event, or scenario these pairing would discuss with each other. This could be contemporary or from history. It could be (but is not limited to) a television show, a current event, a social problem, and/or a philosophical inquiry. (1 point per pairing; 4 points total) Write 3-4 sentences explaining why you grouped these two together and why you chose that particular question, event, topic, or scenario for them to discuss. This explanation should EXPLICITLY LINK your choice with the work of these theorists that we have read about and covered in class. Then in 2-3 sentence discuss the stances each theorist would take based on their theoretical orientation, theoretical orientation, questions they are trying to answer, and assumptions. (3 points per pairing; 12 points total)