Iinstructions: (readings attached and all must be used) 1. When discussing assigned readings, please use your own words to summarize these scholarly works. 3. Please specify what readings you draw upon in your paper. Remember to list references/works cited in the end. 4. This assignment is not a response paper. So, use assigned readings rather than personal experiences to construct the argument/analysis. 5. Pay attention to the clarity of your , which constitutes a significant portion of the grade. 6. Format: double spaced; margin: 1 inch; 12-point font. page limit: going a bit over three pages (double spaced) is fine, but make sure your paper is not too long (e.g., 4 full pages). 7. Specify the readings you draw upon. 8. In discussing the assigned readings, be straightforward, clear, and succinct about the thesis/central argument. Use direct quotes, be sure to specify page number and explain the point you want to make from these quotes. Answer the following question: Family is central to understanding class inequalities. Jessica Calarco and Allison Pugh discuss the interplay between social class and family backgrounds. Choose THREE examples to explain how they analyze class inequalities in relation to family life.