Framing An Issue From The Sociological Perspective. Create a 15–20-slide presentation on immigration policy.
Your task in this assessment to debates on immigration policy—and create a presentation that would be delivered at a symposium on a college campus. You will need to place the debate in historical context, which will involve researching the history of policy as it pertains to your chosen topic and the social movements that developed as a result—for example, the immigration rights movement. You will also be asked to address potential questions audience members might ask in this kind of situation.
Your presentation should demonstrate your understanding of the debate you have chosen, as well as your ability to apply the sociological perspective to a complex and controversial social issue.
Focusing on immigration policy, create a PowerPoint presentation for the hypothetical audience you are addressing, Include graphics with supporting data in the form of charts, tables, or graphs when appropriate, and include any other information that supports your message which addresses each of the items below.
1-Provide an overview and description of the central issue you have chosen to address.
2-Analyzes how sociological theory can be used to understand disparities in political power and cites scholarly sources for support.
discuss specific theory or explain how.
3-Analyzes the evolution of the social movements that have emerged as a result of a diversity issue( immigration ) and cites support from scholarly resources.
-Include a time line with key events to provide historical context.
-Describe any milestones that have characterized the development of the social movement involving your issue.
-Be sure to describe What are some specific social movements that exist related to immigration? Mention current day or more recent social movements.
Also Consider the following:
-The evolution of federal legislation on the topic over the past 10 years.
-The current political landscape, including key political debates related to your central issue.
-Introduce the important political players in the national debate, and discuss how –sociological theory can be used to understand why some players have more power than others in this debate.
4-Addresses questions that reflect public perception using supporting data or research and real-world examples in a persuasive way that illuminates facts surrounding the issues.
Draft answers for each, typing your answers in the Notes box below the Questions slide you have created
· Choose the set of questions that is appropriate for your chosen topic.
o “Ninety percent of illegal immigrants are on the public dole. Why are we giving welfare benefits to people who aren’t citizens?”
o “Mexicans are taking away our jobs. What is the best way to stop them?”