Sociology Term Paper Topics

List of 150 Sociology Term Paper Topics

  1. Adoption by homosexual couples.
  2. Are there more negative or positive effects to affirmative action?
  3. Argue in favor or against mainstream schools in the society
  4. Autistic children.
  5. Beauty standards in the world today are over the roof. Who should shoulder the blame for this?
  6. Discrimination against immigrants.
  7. Discuss abortion, shedding light on whether it is an efficient means to birth control or heartless murder
  8. Discuss any 5 misconceptions about TV ads that our kids grow up with
  9. Discuss how consumer culture affects your choices when you go to the mall or the supermarket
  10. Discuss how South Park sheds light on the nature of the American culture
  11. Discuss the concept of escapism, bearing in mind virtual reality
  12. Discuss the following statement: There is nothing domestic about violence!
  13. Discuss the nature of assimilation and socialization that takes place when you get into a new school
  14. Discuss the plight of women in the society with respect to men in the same social circle. Who are more privileged of the two?
  15. Discuss the role of feminism in the moral destruction of America
  16. Extreme poverty.
  17. Feminism.
  18. Gender roles.
  19. Gender stereotypes: How are these present in the society and how often we become aware of them?
  20. Globalization.
  21. Go down memory lane and discuss any relevant historical event that might have affected your life
  22. How the place we live in can influence our personality?
  23. In the event that two people are in love, do they have to necessarily wait until they are 21 or can they be allowed to proceed at will?
  24. Integrating immigrants in the society.
  25. Is technological progress causing damage?
  26. Is there any justification for a man to beat a woman, or a woman to beat her man?
  27. Media and its role in public perception.
  28. Objectification of women.
  29. Organ transplantation and the moral arguments that are supporting this procedure.
  30. Present one historical even that changed the concepts of society.
  31. Religion.
  32. Should we allow children to change their names in the event that they want to?
  33. Social media and the negative impact of standard communication.
  34. Socialization. How people learn how to socialize? Are we born with this quality or we develop it in time?
  35. The hierarchic structure of a group.
  36. The perfect age for marriage.
  37. The TV show 16 and Pregnant promotes teenage pregnancy. Discuss this subject at length
  38. Wealth has often been criticized for making individuals become less ethical in their interactions with others. Discuss
  39. What is wrong with boys crying? Discuss with relation to gender stereotypes that are associated with relationships
  40. Working women have often been looked down upon in society for one reason or the other. Discuss whether such women are better mothers than stay at home moms

Urban Sociology

  1. Suburbs
  2. Urban Ecology
  3. Urban Policy
  4. Urban Political Economy
  5. Urban Poverty
  6. Urban Renewal and Redevelopment
  7. Urban Revolution
  8. Urban Space
  9. Urban Tourism
  10. Urbanization

Social Theory

  1. Actor-Network Theory
  2. Affect Control Theory
  3. Conflict Theory
  4. Deterrence Theory
  5. Exchange Network Theory
  6. Family Theory
  7. Grounded Theory
  8. Identity Control Theory
  9. Organization Theory
  10. Power-Dependence Theory

Social Stratification

  1. Bourgeoisie and Proletariat
  2. Caste: Inequalities Past and Present
  3. Dual Labor Markets
  4. Educational Inequality
  5. Family Poverty
  6. Gender Oppression
  7. Leisure Class
  8. Power Elite
  9. Status Attainment
  10. Wealth

Social Problems

  1. Abortion as a Social Problem
  2. Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse
  3. Capital Punishment
  4. Discrimination
  5. Divorce
  6. Domestic Violence
  7. Ecological Problems
  8. Eugenics
  9. Gambling as a Social Problem
  10. Homelessness

Social Psychology

  1. Affect Control Theory
  2. Aggression
  3. Behaviorism
  4. Collective Action
  5. Group Processes
  6. Identity Control Theory
  7. Interpersonal Relationships
  8. Public Opinion
  9. Social Learning Theory
  10. Symbolic Interaction

Social Change, Social Movements and Globalization

  1. Animal Rights Movements
  2. Anti-War and Peace Movements
  3. Collective Action
  4. Collective Identity
  5. Crowd Behavior
  6. Cultural Imperialism
  7. Economic Development
  8. Gay and Lesbian Movement
  9. Global Justice as a Social Movement
  10. Women’s Movements

Sociology of Religion

  1. Asceticism
  2. Belief
  3. Buddhism
  4. Fundamentalism
  5. Islam
  6. Judaism
  7. Myth
  8. Ritual
  9. Scientology
  10. Secularization

Sociology of Science

  1. Actor-Network Theory
  2. Chance and Probability
  3. Ecology
  4. Eugenics
  5. Experiment
  6. Fact, Theory, and Hypothesis
  7. Genetic Engineering as a Social Problem
  8. Human Genome and the Science of Life
  9. Scientific Revolution
  10. Technology, Science, and Culture

Sociology of Education

  1. Affirmative Action
  2. Community College
  3. Educational Inequality
  4. Gender and Education
  5. Hidden Curriculum
  6. Literacy/Illiteracy
  7. School Segregation and Desegregation
  8. Sex Education
  9. Status Attainment
  10. Tracking

Sociology of Crime and Deviance

  1. Addiction and Dependency
  2. Aggression
  3. Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse
  4. Capital Punishment
  5. Child Abuse
  6. Crime
  7. Criminology
  8. Cybercrime
  9. Death Penalty as a Social Problem
  10. Violent Crime

Sociology of Culture, Media, and Sport

  1. Acculturation
  2. Censorship
  3. Cultural Capital
  4. Cultural Relativism
  5. Cyberculture
  6. Media and Globalization
  7. Politics and Media
  8. Popular Culture
  9. Sport and Culture
  10. Values

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