Sociology 80 Term Paper

Sociology 80 Term Paper - do they see this problem 6 What...

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Sociology 80 Term Paper Part One: 1. Pick a social problem of interest to you. 2. Describe this problem in detail. Tell the following: Who experiences the problem? Who is most affected by it? What are the causes of this problem? What is the prevalence of this problem? Provide any statistical information necessary to help describe this problem. 3. Describe any differences in perception about the nature of this problem according to one or more interest groups Part Two: This part of the paper should focus on solutions to your chosen problem. 4. What proposals or attempts have been made to alleviate this problem? 5. Find an organization that is working to resolve the problem. What theoretical orientation does this organization espouse with regard to their view of the nature of this problem, or its solutions? In other words, how
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Unformatted text preview: do they see this problem? 6. What do they think needs to be done in order to solve this problem? What are they doing to try to bring this about? What successes or failures have they had in their work? What barriers do they encounter in their plight for social change? This paper should be 6 to 8 pages of text in length. Include at least six references . No more than three of these can be internet sources (academic journal articles you find online are not considered internet sources). You may want to start your search with the library databases to find academic journal articles, as they are better sources of information. It should be typed, double spaced, and in ASA, APA, or MLA format. Be sure to cite all of your information in a works cited page at the end....
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