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SSIR IDST 290: Living a Life of Consequence: Self-Discovery and Social Change: Richmond Statistics

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Final Paper Assignment:  Develop a systematic analysis of the specific social problem your service work has been addressing.  You should draw on your own experience, conversations with those you have been working alongside throughout the semester, the course readings, and at least four outside reputable published sources to support your analysis.  Address how all three models of social change: working for, working with, and being with could be employed to address the particular social challenge. 

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