*Needs to be in a powerpoint*
You will need to conduct research on your specific social problem with at least 7-10 SCHOLARLY resources (e.g., books, newspaper articles, news magazine articles, sociological journals, internet sites, videos, interviews, etc.)

After you have conducted your research, you will analyze your information using the following questions as a guide:

Discuss the history of your social problem. How did it emerge?  How did it come into existence?
How do members of society perceive this problem?
How has the problem changed over time?
What has caused it to change?
Discuss any stable features of the institution, that is, features that have not changed.
As a way to better accommodate members of society, what solutions can be offered?
Who are the major participants in the possible solution? What are their roles and statuses?
Does your institution work better for some members of society (as opposed to others)? This is where you will use conflict theory, ie: Who is benefiting and who is being exploited by this social problem?

Create and upload your final PowerPoint/slide presentation. Include a Works Cited page at the end of your presentation for your citations. For more information about how to create a presentation (the principles apply to all presentations even though these resources are PowerPoint specific), check out these resources:

 

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*Needs to be in a powerpoint*
You will need to conduct research on your specific social problem with at least 7-10 SCHOLARLY resources (e.g., books, newspaper articles, news magazine articles, sociological journals, internet sites, videos, interviews, etc.)

After you have conducted your research, you will analyze your information using the following questions as a guide:

Discuss the history of your social problem. How did it emerge?  How did it come into existence?
How do members of society perceive this problem?
How has the problem changed over time?
What has caused it to change?
Discuss any stable features of the institution, that is, features that have not changed.
As a way to better accommodate members of society, what solutions can be offered?
Who are the major participants in the possible solution? What are their roles and statuses?
Does your institution work better for some members of society (as opposed to others)? This is where you will use conflict theory, ie: Who is benefiting and who is being exploited by this social problem?

Create and upload your final PowerPoint/slide presentation. Include a Works Cited page at the end of your presentation for your citations. For more information about how to create a presentation (the principles apply to all presentations even though these resources are PowerPoint specific), check out these resources:

 

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