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Sociology and Social Problems

By Deja-Baby Jan 11, 2015 1092 Words
02.07 ­ 
02.07 Assignment 
To complete this assessment, you will: 
1. Identify three social problems, such as child labor or tenement  housing, discussed in the lesson and research ways in which  government regulations or organizations have helped address these  issues. Use this information to complete the Social Problems and  Solutions Chart. 


Social Problem of 
the Industrial Age 

change in society  

How was the 
Social Problem 
addressed during 
the Industrial Age 
(social movement, 
law, etc.)? 

Was the Social 
successfully? Be 
sure to support 
your opinion with 
evidence from the 
lesson or your 

Is the Social 
Problem still an 
issue today? 

when the 
expanded after the 
civil war the needs 
of laborers needed 
a increase  

yes, most cities 
were unprepared 
for the growth  

yes, a lot has 
change from the 
industrial age it is 
nothing like back 

when they were 
broke into threw 
they place the 
people and their 
different categories 
of working in those  

as it was like back 
then it has 
completely change 
we do not have 
those like we did 
years ago   

change in the cities   they had three 
different groups the 
upper class,middle 
class and the lower 
class. the highest 
was the wealthiest, 
the middle was the 
between as in like a 
stand still and the 

lower was very 
child labor  

most families had 
to contribute to the 
household so they 
made the children 
work while the 
adults needed to do 
that they needed 
home was  

in my opinion the 
kids should have 
been doing what 
the the adults 
stayed home to do 
and the adults 
should have been 
working yes things 
started to change 
after while because 
kids were not even 
able to go to school 
and get their 
education because 
of this  

child labor is 
nothing today like it 
was back then. 
they have really 
changed. kids 
today can get their 
education and go to 
work as well and if 
they do not 
graduate they can 
no longer work .  

2. Explore the Interview Learning Object to learn more about the steps  involved in conducting an interview. Select a community worker or  volunteer to interview about one of the social issues you researched.  Be sure to use the Interview Learning Object as a guide to learn how  to contact a volunteer and conduct an interview. 

3. Prepare questions for your interview. You will need at least 10  questions. Eight questions have been provided. Create at least two  additional questions to round out the list. 

02.07 Social Problems and Solutions Interview 
The Social Gospel movement relied on people volunteering their time and effort  to improve social conditions for others. Today, there are many people who 

volunteer their time to help society at places like soup kitchens, hospice houses,  and boys and girls clubs. Find out more about why people volunteer and how  their efforts affect their community and the individuals they help.  Part 2 – Conduct an interview with a volunteer from your community. Ask  the following questions: 

1. What are your reasons for volunteering? to make a difference in the world and  help other who need to be helped more than i do.   2. What is the purpose of the organization for which you volunteer? Providing food  and clothes for the homeless people.  

3. What duties do you perform to aid the organization? The duties that are  performed is to serve the food,give them clothes as well as help clean the area.   4. Why is such an organization needed in your community? because there are  multiple homeless people are are able to function out here in the real world.   5. What rewards do you receive from your volunteer work? knowing that i have  helped others who can’t help themselves give to them because it makes me feel  blessed of myself as well as knowing that i have helped many others this is a big  improved on my own life.   

6. What challenges are faced by volunteers in your organization? The difficultness  of seeing those struggle way more than others and those who are needing us  people to take a hand and help them some will not do that. they become  stubborn and selfish. not having a heart. watching the struggle to survive trying  hard to make a difference.  

7. What has volunteer work helped you learn about yourself? seeing that even just  one person can help make a difference in this world or even the lives of others.   8.

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