SOS492 - A3 - SOS-492 Research Methods in the Social...

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SOS-492 Research Methods in the Social Sciences Research methods in the social sciences. 2005. Custom Edition for Thomas Edison State College. Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing. ISBN-10: 0-536-94154-8. Written Assignment 3 Professor Select one (1) of the following topics for a research paper. Using secondary resources only, research the topic. Write a 3-5-page paper (typed, double-spaced) in which you synthesize the findings of your research. Be sure to cite all references according to APA style and to include a bibliography of the resources you used. Your assignment must include at least two (2) Web sites and two (2) journal articles. Is the U.S. population aging? What are the trends in U.S. employment? What are the education trends of women in the United States? What is the incidence of domestic violence in the United States. ( Note: Until now we have used the EBSCO Academic Search Premier database in VALE to find specific articles. You can also use this and other VALE databases to search for journal articles on a topic you are researching. Preventing Crisis A With Our Children During This Economy
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Social Science Secondary Research Proposal: Education Trends Of Women In The United States Student Thomas Edison State College SOS 492 OL
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Through the years many studies and questions have been raised about the trends and women in education. A few years ago, the United Nations was reported to have said “if women are to advance in status socially, economically, and politically, they must have access to high quality education” and it’s true. Women in the United States have steadily increased their educational status, graduating faster then their counter parts, “Among women 25 years old and older, 26.5 percent have at least a Bachelor’s degree, which is an improvement from the year 2000, when only 23.6 percent of all women over 25 had four
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2010 for the course SOCIAL SCI SOC 492 taught by Professor Stevens during the Summer '10 term at Thomas Edison State.

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SOS492 - A3 - SOS-492 Research Methods in the Social...

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