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Identify an emerging social situation (a social condition, a trend, a changing institution. it's your choice) that exists at the societal or...


Identify an emerging social situation (a social condition, a trend, a changing institution... it's your choice) that exists at the societal or cross-societal/cross-cultural (Macro) level globally. Describe this situation (that is "What is it?") in the space below.

You have been asked to generally describe the general nature of the situation that you have chosen before a group of citizens gathered to better understand the situation that you have chosen. This group would like you to provide your analysis at two points in time:

A) Now, and (B) in the next 5-10 years.

1) First…
a. Describe this situation that you have chosen.
b. List at least 5-10 sociology concepts (terms, theories, etc) that you have learned from modules 7-11 in the course that you will use to make your presentation.

2) Now, using the terms that you have selected, provide an overview of the situation now and in the next 5-10 years. Support each overview by incorporating the sociological concepts, theories or processes that you have selected above

An Overview of the Current Situation:
Sociological Support for Your Overview of the Current Situation:


An Overview of the Situation 5-10 Years from Now:
Sociological Support for Your Overview of the Situation 5-10 Years from now:

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