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Transcript of Sociological Criticism
its social effects. The critic is temped to condemn or praise a work accordingly as it harmonizes with his own personal convictions and theories. Sociological critics focus on: ideologies and experiences of people who lived in that time period and culture. How such references and commentaries (about society) function within the work of art. How society in various political “isms” distinguish between members of various races, social classes, sexes or culture. Few Questions to Consider as a Sociological Criticism: 1.) What world events play a role in the plot?
2.) How different is the society of the novel from our society?
3.) What different society groups are in the book?
4.) How do the different groups affect the political “ism” in society?
5.) How does this work comment on war, hunger, sex, religion , education, ethics? SUB-CLASSIFICATION of Sociological Criticism Feminist Criticism Feminist criticism is a type of literary criticism, which may study and advocate the rights of women. "Feminist criticism is a political act whose aim is not simply to interpret the world but to change it by changing the consciousness of those who read and their relation to what they read."(Judith Fetterley 1938) Marxist Criticism focuses on the economic and political elements of art. Kenneth Burke
(May 5, 1897 – November 19, 1993) Introduced Sociological Criticism Article "Literature as Equipment
For Living" Prepared By:
Layug, Alyssa Grace A.
Panado, Janine A.