Social Influences over the people living in a democracy

Compare the Government’s Social Influences over the people living in a democracy (United States) to those living in a communist country (China). How does the Government (United States vs. China) socially influence/affect the people living in these cultures? Focus your discussions on three domains: 1) family, 2) work, and 3) religious pursuits of those living in these cultures.Compare the Government’s Social Influences over the people living in a democracy (United States) to those living in a communist country (China). How does the Government (United States vs. China) socially influence/affect the people living in these cultures? Focus your discussions on three domains: 1) family, 2) work, and 3) religious pursuits of those living in these cultures. All sources must have a date (no n.d sources) and must be within the last 10 years (or they will not count). Sources must be scholarly, reliable, and support other research findings. Sources using JCC’s Summon Search are considered scholarly, please consult a JCC librarian for assistance. All 5 sources must be different and cannot have the same author and/or publisher. All sources must have a link to the Internet. 1. Required: Title page (pg. 1), abstract with keywords (150-250 words, pg. 2), content (pg. 3). 2. Required: Proper use of Headings and Subheadings, in-text citations and reference page (no hyperlinks or color). Use 12 font, Times New Roman, Double-space. Left align content (do not center), .5 paragraph indentions, and 1” margins on all sides. 3. Required: 4 Headings and 6 Subheadings total are in this paper (level 1 and level 2 only) a. Heading: China’s Social Influence (centered/bolded) Subheadings: Work, Family, and Religion (Write a descriptive phrase for your subheading, not just one word. Use the subheading to set a focus and direction for your writing). b. Heading: U.S. Democracy’s Social Influence is the next heading (centered/bolded); Subheadings: Work, Family, and Religion (Write a descriptive phrase for your subheading, not just one word. Use the subheading to set a focus and direction for your writing). c. Headings: Summary, then Conclusion (centered/bolded). Summary is a synopsis of the data and the Conclusion is your opinion of the data. 200-400 words total for each heading