Sociology a Step by Step Guide Book and Manual to Social Care and Criminology

Part 1

by Leon Lowe


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/9/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 52
ISBN : 9781514465554
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 52
ISBN : 9781514465547

About the Book

The sole purpose of this book is to promote community equality and social equilibrium. This book explores the possibilities of how a community leader with minor qualifications can utilise their personal ambitions to help their community and provide a decent lifestyle for themselves and their families. In this book we will look at several key aspects of social care: (1) overview, (2) reform solution, (3) social justice, (4) communal rehabilitation, (5) action plan, (6) guidance counselling, (7) project plan, (8) task criteria, (9) government endorsements, (10) independent evaluation, (11) summation, final repeat method until successful. Once you have reviewed and enacted these eleven key points you will be ready to set up a community office to help guide your community to social justice and community cohesion. In respects to sovereignty it is known that without a head of state or a sovereign power overlooking the affairs and business of the state there could be chaos.


About the Author

My background story: I originally came from Leyton in East London, where the streets are somewhat deprived of justice. I moved away when I was fourteen but never forgot where I was from. However, when I did live in London, I used to be an mc. My rap style was Justice, and in some parts of justice story, you will see I have incorporated this savvy into the dialogue. Justice duty is my best work to date, with an edgy sarcasm and spontaneous anecdotes from beginning to the end. The first thing I did before I started writing Justice duty is meditate and reflect on what people would actually like to view from an ethnic urban point of view. (Stereotypes and generalisations aside) I thought to myself that it will have to be ethical with characters that convey moralistic (refined) lifestyles in general, a story which shows off community values. And that’s just one aspect of justice duty. Originally a crime thriller, comedy I studied over the narrative to introduce a story with touches of romance and flashes of action. The themes I chose gave inner city life an almost positive perspective. This becomes more apparent towards the ending. The title justice and duty was chosen as it has the most ethical connotations.