Analyze modern interpretations of the issue within relevant socialstructures (i.e.,social institutions and culture) and support your analysis with evidence.

Overview: You will submit a project preview in which you will apply a sociological theory for your final project. Your project preview is the early first draft, so tospeak, of your final project after you have assembled the foundational pieces and evidence. Submit this milestone in the chosen medium: paper, podcast, orvideo.In this milestone, you will pull all pieces together and apply sociological theory to your issue. Your project Preview should include:1. All pieces from Milestones One and Two, refined and revised based on course feedback and additional relevant research. (Note: Although you may nothave yet received feedback on Milestone Two, you should update your outline with all of the final project requirements to help organize your finalproject draft.)2. Draft version of all final project requirements: Introduction which will include aligning the focus of the paper with the ultimate goal of advocacy group, a description of evidence that will be used,introduction to the theory that will be applied, and a clear statement of the advocacy group’sposition. Analysis which will articulate the advocacy group’s position with detail, evaluate present stereotypes and describe social change around this topicwith media examples, provide both historical and modern interpretations with evidence from academic sources, and use a sociological theoryappropriately to support the overall analysis.Submit this milestone in your chosen medium: paper (3-5 pages), podcast (6-8 minutes), or video (6-8 minutes). Note: For assistance in creating a YouTubeaccount and for instructions on how to create a video, review the following resources: Guide to Creating a YouTube Account and Guide to Uploading a Video toYouTube.For software to create a podcast, check out the free recording and editing software Audacity to record a statement in MP3 format. Help with Audacity can befound in the tutorial here: http://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Category:Tutorial. Many computers, tablets, and smartphones also have the capacity to record avoice file. Free apps also exist if you have a tablet or smartphone, simply search “voice recorder.”For software to create a video presentation, many computers come with the capacity to record a video and preloaded programs that support using your webcam.Alternatively, YouTube has a record feature on their upload page.Note: For assistance in creating a YouTube account and for instructions on how to create a video, review the following resources: Guide to Creating a YouTubeAccount and Guide to Uploading a Video to YouTube.
Specifically, the following Critical Elements must be addressed:1. Introduction: In this section you will introduce your audience to the crime and violence issue you have chosen. You will develop a statement thatestablishes your position on your chosen issue. Be sure to employ appropriate ethical considerations and best practices when communicating yourintroduction.A. Provide a brief overview of your chosen issue regarding crime and violence. Explain the impact of the issue related to social roles within socialinstitutions.B. Based on your chosen issue, discuss the focus of this position paper in terms of how it aligns with the ultimate goal of the social advocacy group.In other words, what are you trying to accomplish by exploring this crime and violenceissue?C. Briefly discuss the evidence that you will use in the analysis of theissue.D. Briefly introduce the theory that you will use in the analysis of the issue.E. Develop a statement that communicates your social advocacy group’s position on the issue.2. Analysis: Now that you have identified a crime and violence issue, analyze evidence and apply sociological theory to communicate and support yourposition. Be sure to employ appropriate ethical considerations and best practices when constructing youranalysis.A. Articulate, in detail, your social advocacy group’s position regarding the issue. Your description should be written in a way that leads into yourevidence and theory application.B. Evaluate prevalent stereotypesregarding the issue. Be sure to addressthe validity, effects, and persistence of these stereotypes. (Use examplesfrom news articles, popular media, or personal experience.)C. Describe recentsocial change regarding the issue and support your response with examples. (Also, use examples from the media and personalexperience.)D. Analyze historical interpretations of the issue within relevant socialstructures (i.e.,social institutions and culture) and support your analysis withevidence. In other words, where did the stereotypes originate in relation to society at the time? (Use scholarly sources as evidence.)E. Analyze modern interpretations of the issue within relevant socialstructures (i.e.,social institutions and culture) and support your analysis withevidence. How has this issue changed in society and where do we stand today?