Final Paper: Each student must select a topic relevant to the course and conduct a brief review of relevant legal and social science literature on the topic using at least five primary sources. These sources should be scholarly journal articles not otherwise assigned as part of the required readings for the course. If you are unsure of whether your topic is suitable for the final paper or how to find primary sources, please contact the instructor. Students must summarize each of their five sources and critique each source in light of the material in the textbook and what we cover in class. Your paper should also include a conclusion section where you make recommendations for how future research or policy on the topic could be improved. Your final paper should be 10-12 double-spaced pages, Times New Roman, size 12 font, 1-inch margins, and will be due on Blackboard. You must properly cite your sources both in-text and in a concluding reference page, preferably in APA style. The reference page does not count towards the page requirement. Your paper will be graded based on a rubric posted on Blackboard.