Now that you have broken the social issue into smaller pieces in the concept map, you will explain the connections you made and how these connections will help you better understand the issue. You will use your knowledge from the course to describe the connections between the sociological concepts and the social issue and demonstrate the value of using a sociological view when examining social issues in a one-page write-up.

This milestone must be a minimum of one page in length, a Word document, and must be written in APA format. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Submit the concept map from Module Four with the one-page description. All references should be cited in APA format. Refer back to the Supporting Resources List for more information on supporting sources and citations.

ORIGINAL WORK ONLY

Creating Connections: Now that you have broken the social issue into smaller pieces in the concept map, you will explain the connections you made and how these connections will help you better understand the issue, using your knowledge from the course. You will use your knowledge from the course to describe the connections between the sociological concepts and the social issue and demonstrate the value of using a sociological view when examining social issues. A. Cultural 1. Describe the relationship between the cultural beliefs and biases identified in the map and the social issue, and provide specific examples to support your description. For example, you might describe how the relationship is positive, negative, or strained. 2. Explain how the cultural beliefs and biases identified in the map help you better understand the social issue. B. Social Roles 1. Describe the relationship between the social roles identified in the map and the social issue, and provide specific examples to support your description. For example, you might describe how the relationship is positive, negative, or strained. In your response, you might consider what expectations are in place because of the social roles. 2. Explain how the social roles identified in the map help you better understand the social issue. C. Social Inequalities 1. Describe the relationship between the social inequalities identified in the map and the social issue. How are the social inequalities present in the issue? 2. Explain how the social inequalities identified in the map help you better understand the social issue. D. Impact of Social Change 1. Describe how the social issue is challenging the existing state or conditions, providing specific examples. 2. How might the social issue facilitate change for the existing state or conditions? Provide specific examples.

Here is the work that goes with it..

Concept Map

Social Issue:  Drug abuse

Existing Social

Condition 1:  Unemployment

Existing Social

Condition 2:   Crime rates

Social Roles 1:  Discipline Children

Social Roles 2:  Manage Home

Cultural Beliefs

and Biases 2: Marital status

Cultural Beliefs

and Biases 1: Ethinicity

Social

Inequalities 1:  Lack money to buy food

Social

Inequalities 2:   Lack of money to educate children

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