In any sociology class, students are normally expected to write research papers based on any social based topic. Sociology research papers normally cover issues that affect the social lives of people. Although some people have a hard time writing a high quality sociology research paper, it essentially is something very straightforward. All is needed for you to write an A+ kind of paper is proper research. Research makes a big difference in the quality of sociology research papers. You can choose to research on any topic so long as it is relevant to your subject of interest. If you want to get an idea of how a well written Sociology Research Paper looks like, you can search for one or two samples from your local library. The internet also contains numerous examples of professionally written research papers that you use to guide you as you write yours….
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Example research paper on Alcoholism:
Alcohol’s importance in our social history is significant. Even more significant is the abuse of alcohol and the how alcoholism has effected modern society. However, before the word “alcoholism” was ever spoken, alcohol was used for many purposes such as settling battles, giving courage in battles, celebrating festivals and wooing lovers. The history of alcohol can be traced all the way back to the Egyptians. In Egyptian burials, it was used to help the dead’s journey to the afterlife. There is also evidence that the Babylonians, around 1600 BC, knew how to brew 20 different types of beer.
It was also around this time that alcohol was tied to abuse. The Babylonians made their laws include punishments against drunkenness. The Greeks and the Romans drank mostly wine, and they loved it so much that they worshipped Dionysus, the god of wine. When they worshipped, the Greeks and Romans would become extremely intoxicated. Their writings are full of warnings against drinking too much. In 55 BC, the Romans introduced beer, right before alcohol become important in religious cultures….
The Ethical Case For and Against Censorship of Pornography
The controversy surrounding pornography is complicated not only by a lack of agreement on whether pornography should be allowed in our society, but also by a basic disagreement over what is included in the definition of pornography. Emotions run high and scientific rigour falls aside where it comes to studies of the effect of pornography, the use of these studies in mass media and in academic debates. Sifting through mountains of rhetoric can be confusing, when few entering the debate can even agree on what pornography is, much less what are its corrosive effects. The first task of this paper, therefore, shall be to begin at the beginning, and clarify the differing definitions or idea about pornography that are at play in recent academic debates. Secondly, we will examine the arguments for and against pornography, be it by way of censorship or not. We will want to pay particular attention to the way in which one argument (that of American feminist Mackinnon and Dworkin) are mischaracterized and misunderstood, and why. …