Book Review What’s yours is mine: against the sharing economy.

 -Essay #3 Prompt Requirements: Type your essay and upload as a Word doc file. Please put page numbers and your name on your essay. The essay must be between 1400 and 1700 words exclusive of headers and footers. Guidelines: This paper should be written as a cohesive whole without headings, section breaks, bullet points. Etc. Beyond this requirement, the paper must contain these four elements: – Summarize the contours of the debate in regarding the “Sharing Economy” as outlined by Tom Slee in chapters 1 and 2 of What’s Yours is Mine. Detail Slee’s won argumentative intervention as well as the position he is arguing against. – Choose one of the following chapters from What’s Yours is Mine: 3 or 4. Summarize the case study of your chosen chapter. In your summary, it is most important that you address the debate surrounding the company you chose to summarize-both slee’s position and the position he is arguing against. This summary should clearly link back to the overall debate of the book outlined in the first bullet point. – Summarize the central concept of chapter 6. In your summary, it is most important that you address the debate of the book—both Slee’s position and the position he is arguing against. – Insert Yourself into the debates of Slee’s book in some way. When directly quoting from the text, simply use parenthetical page numbers as citations. Use direct quotes when you need to in order to more precisely illuminate Slee’s position and/ or the position he is arguing against. This paper will be evaluated in three ways. First and foremost, you will be evaluated on how well you have understood the material in What’s yours Is Mine as well as how well you have communicated that understanding. Secondly, you will be graded on the thoughtfulness of your response to what you have read.