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In your paper, evaluate one claim made by Carr about infidelity and then explore how social status(es) (gender, race, age, etc.) change the way in which people participate in, experience or are impacted by infidelity using empirical research done by other scholars.
Please use at least three academic sources from Sociology and/or Social Services to support your analysis. Sources can include: 1) information/data from the article; 2) information from another Sociology class; and/or 3) online library research for related information/data) to support your ideas – go to http://www.lib.cwu.edu/Links to an external site. and enter “infidelity and ______ (select your choice of social group).”
While the class is officially over on Friday, July 30, the paper is due no later than Sunday, August 1 before 11:59 pm. Your response should be at least two to three (no more than five) double-space pages, 12-point font, with 1-inch margins, and using ASA style citations.
Papers will be graded based on: thesis, organization, grammar, evidence, clarity, and use of ASA citation