carefully to understand what will be the criteria for grading. This rubric requests a cover page, which I do no request as a mandatory element, but do prefer. It also asks for 5 references, two of which must be the scholarly articles you analyzed, the other 3 can be other scholarly sources or references to the textbook. We have spent time throughout the semester talking about the paper, and you have received specific prompts (sets of instructions) as we approached this assignment. All journals, Journal 1 to Journal 6, were designed to help you get going in the writing of this paper. The paper should be typed, double-spaced, 12 pt. font, and it must meet the minimum word and length requirement of 1,200. For in-text citations use (Author Year: Page), like this: (Foucault 1986: 23). The paper is worth 22 points.
The topic is about Saudi Arabia and how its evolving day after day and how the people is changing too. The paper should state what is the sociological perspective that fits Saudi Arabia situation.
This is the final paper I will provide you with my first drafts and journals of the paper so you can have an idea what the subject about and what kind of points you should concentrate on.
After months of research and learning about sociology I have figured that for a country to evolve it needs to be interfered by younger generation that have a different life perspective that would fit in the new modern world. With all due respect for the elderly their ways have worked years ago but now a lot things changed and it need a fresh mind to make a plan that fits today’s world. Based on “stratfor company” It needs a long time for a new plan to work, therefore the prince of Saudi Arabia have made a plan that should be accomplished by 2030 and he already started working on the plan he made. It looks for through Vision 2030 hope for a solid, flourishing and stable economy that gives boundless chances to all, enables the private area through enhanced open doors for organizations, drives more advantageous work for the nationals and guarantees long haul thriving for all. The political economy of cities affects urban communities in many ways, cities trying to find the best possible ways of using their natural and created assets. Saudi Arabia are trying to grow their cities to cope with the current urban world. The government are trying to change and develop the country but that can’t happen if there wasn’t any communication with their citizens, so I think functionalist perspective apply in this situation.
Stratfor. “Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 Plan Is Too Big to Fail — Or Succeed.” Stratfor, Stratfor, 27 July 2018, worldview.stratfor.com/article/saudi-arabias-vision-2030-plan-too-big-fail-or-succeed
In chapter 1 of the book, it says that we are individual with our personal desires, and dreams but at the same time we are social beings merging with people in different ways. A part of the human is defined on where he lived and what kind of society we live in because we are social beings that keep interacting with each other. Facebook one of the biggest social media in the world that have hundreds of millions of people with different interests, but people from the worldwide can have something in common and build a community in facebook that gathers people from different places that have the same interest and start to communicate with each other. Every person has a stereotype about other people because of where did they come from and what their religion, but social media might change the stereotype of people. When an individual start connecting in facebook with people that have the same interest they might be people that came from different places and have different religion that has different stereotype but they all have the same interest that person might change his idea of them because he never thought that he might share the same interest with people that live in a place that is really different from his. The world now is connecting with each other through social media that is making the people more aware of what’s happening in the world and how the countries are developing and connecting with each other which is changing the stereotypes of people slowly. Because of the people nowadays have a more open mind they will start asking questions before they judge instead of judging based on their stereotypes.
Through the years Saudi Arabia main source of wealth was oil but after the crown prince vision of 2030 everything will be changed. It looks for through Vision 2030 hope for a solid, flourishing and stable economy that gives boundless chances to all, enables the private area through enhanced open doors for organizations, drives more advantageous work for the nationals and guarantees long haul thriving for all. The key vision of Saudi Arabia is sorted out into three principle columns: a lively society, a flourishing economy and a driven country. Every one of these topical territories is additionally partitioned into a few objectives and goals anticipated that would be accomplished before the finish of 2030. The nation intends to wind up a worldwide powerhouse for venture and tries to profit by its speculation abilities to animate financial development and differentiate incomes. In the meantime, Saudi Arabia’s expansion in non-oil income has come basically from executing central changes to the nation’s social contract. With Vision 2030, the legislature is endeavoring to advance once more from the customary relationship it has with its populace, where it gives every one of the assets and administrations Saudis require at next to no cost in return for large amounts of control. In a move that has startled numerous Saudis, Riyadh has been raising charges and climbing administration levies — and that accompanies an expense. Value climbs, for example, a joined 145 percent ascend in power levies for private and business establishments, are purportedly having a housing impact on utilization. In 2018, money withdrawals and buyer spending have both stagnated. Because of these progressions, Saudis have been communicating discontent, and the administration is currently endeavoring to conciliate that with countermeasures to relax the hit to residents. Riyadh is burning through billions on a Citizen’s Account Program, which gives money installments to defenseless Saudi families who can’t without much of a stretch manage the cost of the new administration tax climbs and assessments.
Alshuwaikhat, Habib M., and Ishak Mohammed. “Sustainability Matters in National Development Visions-Evidence from Saudi Arabia’s Vision for 2030.” MDPI, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 9 Mar. 2017, www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/9/3/408/htm (Links to an external site.).
Stratfor. “Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 Plan Is Too Big to Fail — Or Succeed.” Stratfor, Stratfor, 27 July 2018, worldview.stratfor.com/article/saudi-arabias-vision-2030-plan-too-big-fail-or-succeed.