– 3,000 words (including references) on typed, double-spaced pages, 1-inch margin – Properly use section headings and subheadings – The paper has to be presented clearly in an academically relevant approach with evidence-based analytical reasoning. – Theories and concepts learned from this subject should be applied in the analysis appropriately. – References of journal articles, books, book chapters, etc. should follow the style used by the American Psychological Association (APA). Please visit: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ for the citation style to be followed for the reference list. – The term paper should be submitted on or before 9 December, 2018 via blackboard. The Paper Should Have the Following Sections: – Executive Summary/Abstract – Introduction. Background and significance of this topic. – Literature Review. What has already been known about this topic? Appropriately identify the gaps (What relevant issues are missing in existing literature?) – Methods. Literature and evidence search strategies; participants; methods of data collection; operationalization, definition and measurement of key concepts and variables; and analytical strategies. – Findings/Results/Arguments. Report findings of your evidence-based inquiry by themes. – Discussion and Implications. Discuss about the strengths and limitations of this study, whether the findings are consistent or inconsistent with previous studies/other societies and provide sensible explanations. What are the key policy and service implications of the findings. – Conclusion. Summarize the key points of the paper, and state your policy/service recommendations.