I thought about putting this in College Homework, but I felt that I could get more people that know about sociology in here. If you feel tempted to move it to homework help, so be it. Recently, I was given the assignment to type up a six page report using quantitive data on a "social problem". After thinking for 13 days I decided that I wanted to do something on unemployment in America. I'm having a problem with collecting quantitive data. More importantly, I'm trying to get data that is accurate. I don't want to collect data from sources from "he said, she said" sources. So far I've collected this. Most of these people don't have any type of sources for their quantitive data making me wonder about the quality of accuracy. In my paper I'm suppose to talk about unemployment in america. Social conflict as to why it's happening. An interactionist view on it, along with a socialist view. I want to have at least three views in there. More are welcome with suggestions. Where do you think I could good. reliable, accurate sources. I don't want online sources unless those materials link to reliable souces. Supposedly in the paper I'm suppose to state how it is a social problem and throw out a bunch of numbers and how people are dealing with it. After all that I'm suppose to type up a research proposal on looking into it further or trying to help solve some its problems. I figure that stating how educated people are would be a nice thing in this paper, because in my opinion, I see that knowledge is power, and with knowledge you can go find a different job. All help is welcome. I thank all in advance who help.