Societal Issues that make us cringe can be hard to understand, analyze, and explain.
What are the motives behind these undertakings? Mainly power, money, greed, psychological disorders, diseases, or other systematic uprisings? There is an entirely dark underbelly of society that deals in human rights infringements, bombings for hire, public shootings, and instigating a coup or genocide; just to name a few.
How to research these societal themes: Research the political balance over time. Research the social pressures in that part of the world. Research the NGO's in the region and the data they've collected. Research the involvement with other nations. Research the population growth. Research the crime rates, locations, and timing. You can take your topic and detail the problem, but from what circumstances did it arise?
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