Social Problems Semester Project Guidelines
You will present your semester project to the class in some format. Feel encouraged to run your ideas past me and ask for help before you post. You will give thoughtful peer review the week after we post projects. You will then have the opportunity to revise and resubmit your project the third week. Your final version is the one that will be graded.
The objective of this project is to demonstrate achievement of one of our course learning objectives. Use these to guide your ideas about your project. The course learning objectives are:
Students will be able to:
Distinguish between scientific and non-scientific approaches to social knowledge.
Understand, articulate, and apply the stages of the social problems process of social construction.
Assess proposed solutions to social problems from a contemporary liberal and conservative perspective.
Display a factual knowledge of the extent, history, and persistence of various social problems.
Show how interpretations and solutions to these problems will vary depending upon the theoretical and ideological perspective chosen
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