06.01 Research Chart
Use the chart below to guide your research. Answer the questions presented for the issue you have chosen. Be sure to take notes, including the sources of information. Research Notes |
Subject| Guiding Questions| Your Responses|
Define the situation or problem| 1. Take the issue you have chosen and explain how it affects your community. 2. What do members of your family and community say about the issue?| The problem is overpopulation of animals. There are too many animals in shelters because people are buying pets instead of adopting them from shelters.This affects my community because these shelters have to take in many strays or pets from people who are giving them up for adoption because they can’t take care of their pets. Sometimes it is not the right fit and pets have been turned in. Members of my family say that people should be more responsible for what they do. They should not go out and buy from puppy farms but adopt the ones in shelters. Also, shelters are trying to educate people by telling them to neuter or spade their pets so they are not giving birth to more pets that later end up in shelters because no one wants them or they can’t find anyone to buy them. | Construct a circular-flow diagram that incorporates effects of your chosen issue on economic products and various sectors of the economy. | 1. How does this issue affect households and local residents? 2. How does this issue affect area businesses? 3. How does this issue affect our government at the local, state, and national levels? 4. How does this issue affect the rest of the world? 5. How does the issue affect resources, goods and services, and finances?| This issue affects households and local residents when animals that are abandoned because the owners could not take care of it, die in the streets or wander around and produce more liters adding to the overpopulation crisis. This affects...