Explore the cultural impacts of genetically modified foods in today’s society?
Description and Purpose (FINAL) 6-7 PAGES
The Library Research Project is a test of students’ knowledge and understanding of social science
and sociology specifically. The purpose of the assignment is to obtain knowledge about a
sociological topic of interest related to the main themes covered in the course. The paper should have an overall focus on issues related to study of society, culture, and social change. The paper should
include discussion and analysis of specific issues such as challenges of single parenting or pros and
cons of abortion, for example.
The LRP is an individual assignment. Students are permitted to work in groups, however, to
facilitate work on their individual research projects. There are three activities required to complete
the LRP assignment:
I. Research Proposal (Assign. 1)
II. Annotated Bibliography (Assign. 2)
III. Final Paper (Assign. 3)
In addition to the topic that you have selected, identify a specific question or problem for
study in preparation for writing the final paper.
Conduct a review of the literature regarding the topic that you have identified.
Collect information from the literature review, books and journal articles, to substantiate your
assertions or arguments, i.e. to provide evidence for your hypothesis.
Synthesize information obtained from the literature review to develop a clear, concise, and
Demonstrate knowledge that you have gained from conducting the project including new and
insightful observations, implications, and conclusions of your own.
Volume of 6 pages (1650 words)