Concept Map on Bullying
Please follow everything that’s written here. Concept map templet is downloaded in additional materials.This milestone is a concept map or PowerPoint that will help you visualize the social issue and how it relates to the following sociological concepts: cultural beliefs and biases, social roles, social inequalities, and existing social conditions. A concept map is a visual diagram that helps you make mental connections between concepts and show the nature of those relationships graphically. In a concept map, lines represent that there is a relationship between different categories. This concept map is a critical piece of your final project. Support your ideas with scholarly sources. You can list the sources below the concept map. Using the social issue Bullying, you will further examine the issue using the sociological concepts of cultural beliefs and biases, social roles, social inequalities, and the existing social conditions. These concepts will serve as categories through which you examine the issue, as you will identify how each is related to the larger issue. Using a concept-mapping tool of your choosing, begin to fill out your concept map around your chosen issue. You may use this concept map, or you may use a presentation program to create a concept map using the provided PowerPoint Template. Create your map by starting with your social issue in the center. From there, add the following in your map: A. Identify and explain in the map at least two examples of the cultural beliefs and biases related to the social issue. Some examples of cultural beliefs and biases include the economic system (such as capitalism), social theory (such as individualism), and religious beliefs. Be sure to label this within your map. B. Identify and explain in the map at least two examples of the social roles played by the main individuals or groups in the social issue. For example, an individual may be a parent, a teacher, a provider, a criminal, a victim, or a dependent. Be sure to label this within your map. C. Identify and explain in the map at least two examples of the social inequalities related to this social issue. Some examples of social inequalities include race, social class, and English language ability. Include a label for this element of the concept map. D. Identify in the map at least two examples of the existing social conditions that the social issue is challenging or impacting. Some examples include the media, crime rates, and unemployment. For instance, you may find that crime and violence are largely related to the war on drugs. Guidelines for Submission: This milestone may be submitted using the concept map tool. Please use template below for the concept map. Word documents, PowerPoint slides, or online submissions using a concept mapping tool are all acceptable submission formats.