Brian Brutlag- Socio 101
1. Read Article in Subject Encyclopedia or  your textbook    ▪ i.e. Encyclopedia of Social Problems2. Ask a question about...
Who?                      What?                      When?Background Research                      Where?                 ...
PopulationNew Topic: Prostitution in underage girls in China.
Brothel Types                 Trafficking                           StreetTrafficking in China
States   Places                    Regions                            CountriesChina? Or USA? Or India?
Current                                           view?Timeframe                                 Historical               ...
Causes (Underlying             Social Issues)                What is your                  take?               OutcomesEva...
   Combine two or     more     elements/questions     to find a topic of     your choice.New Topic: Sex Trafficking of Ch...
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  1. 1. Brian Brutlag- Socio 101
  2. 2. 1. Read Article in Subject Encyclopedia or your textbook ▪ i.e. Encyclopedia of Social Problems2. Ask a question about your issue. Your answer will form your thesis statement, and the evidence will form your paper or speech: Topic: Prostitution (Too Broad)
  3. 3. Who? What? When?Background Research Where? Why?
  4. 4. PopulationNew Topic: Prostitution in underage girls in China.
  5. 5. Brothel Types Trafficking StreetTrafficking in China
  6. 6. States Places Regions CountriesChina? Or USA? Or India?
  7. 7. Current view?Timeframe Historical view? Period of life.Now? Or last 20 years? Or 19th Century?
  8. 8. Causes (Underlying Social Issues) What is your take? OutcomesEvaluate (Results)
  9. 9.  Combine two or more elements/questions to find a topic of your choice.New Topic: Sex Trafficking of Chinese Girls inAmerica

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