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SOCIOLOGY OPTIONAL ANSWER WRITING PRACTICE

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Mohit Shukla
Mohit Shukla
Mohit Shukla
Feb 11

Hello Nidhi. Based upon the answer you have published, i wish to make following observations:

  1. Introduction part is good, you have started with a quote as always followed by explanation of keywords/theme asked in the question. i.e. Objectivity and Subjectivity along with its features. Your introduction is really good since you have talked about maintaining balance between objectivity and subjectivity to solve dilemma between two in the beginning itself. This is a good practice.

  2. Try to work more on the body of the answer. Generally, in the body part we directly write what is asked in the question. Secondly, do not repeat the same point/definition in your answer, for e.g. when you have already explained the definition of objectivity and subjectivity in the introduction part, you should not do it again in the body part. Instead you could have quoted George Simmel in the definition part itself, which would have made introduction more attractive.

  3. Instead of writing 'Problems in objectivity appears in different stages' you could have written the dilemma between objectivity and subjectivity arises in following stages of social research. In this way, keyword asked in the question could have been addressed. Thereafter, talk about the dilemma between the two in each stage of social research, which you have missed in your answer. You have gone out of context in the body part. Try to stick to the context of the question

  4. Conclusion part is good. You have addressed the demand of the question and talked about how to maintain a balance between objectivity and subjectivity and how extreme usage of one in social research would not lead to any tangible gains for the mankind. Hence balance between the two is very important while studying social sciences or carrying out social research.

  5. Do not underline anything or everything, just underline the points you want the examiner to read while checking your answer sheet. Use underline tool wisely.


Overall you have written a good answer, answer is legible, well presented with proper gap between the points. Moreover, use of blue and black pen in the answer is good practice.

Focus on the points i have mentioned above and keep writing the answers.

Do well. Best wishes!

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