hi people

actually i need 2 do a project on sociology for 20 marks
n i cant decide which on a topic
ca u all plz help
n v also need 2 have a survey or 30-40 interviews
plz plz plz plz help its urgent

It would really help us teachers if you would write in standard English so we can understand what type of help you need exactly.

Here is a general site:
Scroll down to Scope and topics... and click on some of the links there to get ideas. Also be sure to check out any references and external links at the bottom of the webpage.

I understand that you need help in choosing a topic for your sociology project of 20 marks and conducting a survey or interviews. Here are some steps to help you find a suitable topic and gather the necessary data:

1. Start by researching the field of sociology to understand its scope and topics. A good resource for this is the Wikipedia page on sociology (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sociology). Scroll down to the "Scope and topics" section and click on the links provided to explore various areas of sociology.

2. Look for topics that interest you or align with the concepts and theories you have learned in your sociology course. Browse through the links and references on the Wikipedia page to gather ideas. Consider areas such as social stratification, gender roles, race and ethnicity, social institutions, or social change.

3. Narrow down your choices to a few specific topics that you find intriguing and would like to explore further. Think about the aspects of the chosen topics that you can investigate within the given constraints of your project.

4. Once you have selected a topic, determine the research method that would be most suitable, considering your limited time and resources. Since you mentioned conducting a survey or interviews, you can opt for primary data collection. Decide whether you want to conduct individual interviews or distribute a survey questionnaire to a larger group of people.

5. Design your survey questionnaire or interview questions, ensuring they are clear, concise, and relevant to your chosen topic. If you are conducting interviews, schedule them with willing participants, ensuring you have a diverse sample that represents different perspectives.

6. Analyze the data you collect using appropriate sociological methods and tools. This may involve coding responses, identifying patterns or trends, and drawing conclusions based on your findings. Be sure to maintain the anonymity and confidentiality of your participants' responses.

7. Once you have analyzed the data, present your findings in a structured report or presentation format. Use graphs, tables, and charts to illustrate your results, and provide a clear explanation of your conclusions.

Remember to start your project early to allow enough time for research, data collection, and analysis. Good luck with your sociology project!