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Select a paper topic to view from the perspective of a sociological paradigm. Post your topic on this weeks What you Learned page. (Most of the papers that I receive are about social media. Feel free to branch out!)
After receiving feedback from your Project 3: Sharing & Peer Review, refine your final paper.
Papers must be 3-5 FULL pages, 12 pt. double-spaced (from the top of the 1st page to at least the bottom of the 3rd page).
Papers must include one paradigm (one only)- use one of the 3 main theories. Discuss it directly and apply it thoroughly!
Paper structure: Introduction, Body of Paper (where you discuss your findings), and Conclusion. Be sure to use sociological terms from this course to discuss your topic!
Papers must include at least 5 resources from: books, newspaper articles, news-magazine articles, sociological journals, internet sites, videos, DVDs, interviews, etc.) In short, you need a combination of resources.
Papers must include MLA in-text citations and a Works Cited list (alphabetized!).
There are many topics you can consider for your paper. You may find that your topic is very general and you will then need to narrow it down. Some topics could include:
gun control, media perceptions, death penalty, undocumented workers, New Jim Crow, gender exploitation, social media, police corruption, gambling in athletics, cheating in academic settings, relationships, homelessness, famous individuals, crossing borders, white privilege, driving while Black/Brown, stigma, juvenile delinquency, environmental racism, sexual orientation, Albany movement, whistle blowers, unnecessary surgery (medical sociology)