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Help Please! TheRealSlimShady Due December 6; 1 child; Michigan 614 posts
3rd Feb '13

I am writing a final paper for my Child Psychology Class. I am really struggling to find a single topic that I can expand enough to cover 3-5 pages. Any suggestions will be GREATLY appreciated!



Here is the requirements:




Many ingredients go into the

ρiηkie ρie 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Kentucky 21902 posts
3rd Feb '13

Marital status? You could touch on married couples, single parent families, unmarried families, divorced families, even families who practice polyamory or open relationships and how that affects children.

Mak&Row 18 kids; Portland, Oregon 763 posts
3rd Feb '13

This would be interesting...



http://www.apa.org/topics/socioeconomic-status/index.aspx



I did a paper on this topic and I had a lot to write about. This includes a famil'y financial status, educational status, etc. you could break down each part and discuss a case study.

TheRealSlimShady Due December 6; 1 child; Michigan 614 posts
3rd Feb '13

Thanks, Ill research both of those and see what I come up with.

Brittany♥'sJordan 2 kids; Gulfport, MS, United States 503 posts
3rd Feb '13

I feel like this is kind of easy if you think about it. It need to be 3-5 pages and it already tells you what to write about. If it were me I would do it in 6 paragraphs.



1. Introduction
2-4:

TheRealSlimShady Due December 6; 1 child; Michigan 614 posts
3rd Feb '13
Quoting Brittany♥'sJordan:" I feel like this is kind of easy if you think about it. It need to be 3-5 pages and it already tells ... [snip!] ... more. Older parents, may have more finances, may be more prepared. That's how I would go about it. With any of those topics."


Thanks. I just tend to over think alot of these things. Its just my style of approach cant comprehend making things that simple, when in reality thats all this instructor is asking for! Thanks for the advice. :)

Brittany♥'sJordan 2 kids; Gulfport, MS, United States 503 posts
3rd Feb '13
Quoting AvaMonster's Mommy:" Thanks. I just tend to over think alot of these things. Its just my style of approach cant comprehend ... [snip!] ... cant comprehend making things that simple, when in reality thats all this instructor is asking for! Thanks for the advice. :)"


Believe me I know. I'm the same way and it takes me a lot of "crying" and complaining about how hard it is until I procrastinate till the last minute and realize...OH! haha.