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Topic Bullying. Rounding out our discussion of social problems will we end our look at the social problem that you chose in Activity #1 with another form of analysis – claims-making. Begin by reviewing claims-making with the youtube film below, then using your social problem identify the “claims” related to it (claims are defined in the video for you).
After you’ve researched and identified two claims (as defined in the video) for your social problem you are ready to begin your writing. Take the two claims and identify what it means, who uses the claim, and what it represents in terms of the social problem. What is the claims-maker trying to say? Why are they trying to say it or what is their “frame?” How do they say it or use their claims?
Remember to review your syllabus for length requirements and technical structure. You may use new reports for this assignment, organizations, etc.. not all claims-makers are academic (obviously). This will amount to three short papers of analysis on the same social problem. Papers will be based on various topics under the umbrella of “social problems,” in most cases, you will be able to work with and identify problems of interest to you but you will have to show an accurate application of sociological concepts to the topic. You must also write in academic form – for this course the form we will use is APA style writing. You are not required to write an abstract or develop a cover page. However, you must always provide references (in APA form) and citations in the body of the work. You must also avoid opinion and focus on looking at the topic scientifically; these are not position or opinion papers. The length requirement is min. 350 words; they should not exceed 400 words. Length does not include your required references. Some activity is frequently involved, like reviewing a film, interviewing subjects or observing people in public. Be prepared to do both the writing and the activity.