Create the topic, since you are writing it not me.

this paper needs to be about Aids,Inc.by Helen Epstein, but you need to connect ideas of Malcom Gladwell Small changeand Rebekah Nathan Community and diversity.”

in her essay, Aids Inc.Helen Epstein evaluates several different approaches to AIDS education and argues in favor of a community-based approach. so far in our reaings we have considered the role of different ties in creating social change through Malcolm Gladwells Small Changeas well as the possibilities for community on college campuses in Rebekah Nathans Community and Diversity.using ideas from all 3 essays, write a paper in which you propose the types of connections between people needed to confront complex problems such as global HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Questions for Exploration:
what kind of ties worked best in HIV prevention in Africa?
What role did community and diversity play in the fight against HIV on that continent.
What is the potential of education to encourage social change?
How might college campuses me a microcosm of the united states or the world in terms of diversity and community?
What is Social cohesionaccording to Epstein, and how might it be helpful in changing peoples behavior? how can education create the conversations necessary to incite real change? how can you synthesize the ideas of these authors to offer us a set of tools to create the kinds of changes we want to see in the world? how might the ideas of these authors be applied to other complex or global problems?

Cite all sources

the paper is about aids inc by Helen Epstein , but use the other 2 authors ideas as well to formulate your arguments.

Works Cited
Epstein, Helen. a? AIDS, Inc.a? Emerging: Contemporary Readings for Writers, 2nd ed. Ed. Barclay Barrios. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martinas, 2013. 152-163. Print.
Gladwell, Malcolm. a?Small Change.a? Emerging: Contemporary Readings for Writers, 2nd ed. Ed. Barclay Barrios. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martinas, 2013. 231-238. Print.
Nathan, Rebekah. a?Community and Diversity.a? Emerging: Contemporary Readings for Writers, 2nd ed. Ed. Barclay Barrios. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martinas, 2013. 314-329.
Print.