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For your paper, which should include 4-6 well-developed paragraphs, I recommend following the suggestions below: Compose an introductory paragraph that establishes a strong sociological tone,
with integration of the key concepts and ideas from Chapter 9, such as:
a. standard of living
b. social class inequality
c. working class and working poor
d. social stratification
e. wealth and income
f. upward social mobility and downward social mobility
Return to these concepts in the concluding paragraph of the paper. It is not necessary to include all of the above examples but including none would not reflect well on your grade. Remember the role of this paper in your course work.
This is a sociology course so you should be writing a sociology paper. What does it mean to write a “Sociology” paper? For this assignment, your task is to apply what you are learning in Chapter 9 of our course to this analytical paper. There
are no essay exams in this course so recognize that this paper is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your understanding of key concepts and ideas in this sociology course. Conversely, if there are no concepts used then I will see no evidence of your understanding of the course material.
For the Body of the paper, which will include anywhere from 2-4 well-developed paragraphs, use the first 1-2 Body paragraphs to explain in some detail your findings in the first worksheet. Then, use the next 1-2 Body paragraphs to explain in some detail your findings in the second worksheet. As a reader, I don’t want to
have to check your completed worksheets to see those details, so make sure to provide the details in the paper. It is okay to include a list of the 14 budget line calculations but it is crucial to include at least a few of the more important ones and, especially, to include the calculations of Line 3 (Annual Living Wage
calculation) and Line 4 (Hourly Living Wage calculation) from the worksheet.
This paper should be both analytical and reflective in tone. The analytical part encompasses the accurate application of key sociological concepts and the calculations from the worksheets. The reflective part (pathos) places the analysis in the broader social context and reality that millions of working poor families
live within the gap between the living wage and the minimum wage. The concluding paragraph is always a good place to bring in the reflective part of the paper, but this reflective tone can also be integrated throughout the paper.