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Running head: EVALUATING SOCIAL SYSTEM STRUCTURES1Evaluating Social Systems StructuresGrand Canyon University: SOC- 386 September 18, 2019 Author NoteInclude any grant/funding information and a complete correspondence address.
EVALUATING SOCIAL SYSTEM STRUCTURES2AbstractIn Human Behavior and in the Social Environment there are many different cases that occur every day. People’s everyday lives depend on the concepts that occur around us which happens through society and negative influences in the world. Along with certain things that are common in the world that people tend to want and need just for impression on everyone else. Along with the simple fact that it can be repetitive due to thing seen while growing up or just by favor of a order seen above them.Case Example In the following case which has been proceeded by others as well comes from a twenty- three-year-old female named Angie who is addicted to drugs. In particular addicted to cocaine. With the currency of her being arrested more than once. After Angie did the time that was assigned to her (3 months) she was able to bail but with the consequences of attending a rehabilitation program, while having her family pay 4,000 dollars for a drug agency to help Angie with her addiction. Along with Angie paying for court and other fines that have been occurred she continues to struggle with other expenses as well as paying for her GPS ankle monitor and her regular drug testing. Goals have been set for Angie now that she is no longer in prison. The first goal that was set for Angie was to abstain from all illegal drug use after her program has been completed. Her second goal is for her to enroll into college and get some type