Unit I Scholarly ActivitySociologists study social phenomena that are relevant to them in terms of the social climate in which theylive. Today’s climate involves:the aftermath of a war in Iraq that left Iraq ripe for Isis militants,a radical Sunni group determined to return Iraq to pre-war Sunni control,a struggling economic recovery from a deep recession at home,the crashing auto and housing industries resulting in huge unemployment and mass foreclosures, anda schism between political parties so wide that nothing is being accomplished as each party worksdiligently to stop the other party from passing legislation.With all of this upheaval, it is not surprising that many sociologists are now researching and writing aboutterrorists, economic upheaval, and the loss of identity due to the loss of jobs.During all of this turmoil, the first African American was elected President of the United States. Manychanges have taken place since President Obama’s election and reelection to the White House. Few ofthese changes have been debated as much as the Affordable Care Act (ACA).For this assignment, you will use your sociological imagination to ferret out some of the issues behind thisdebate.Go to the government healthcare website and find three facts about the ACA. List and describe eachfact.Using your understanding of theory and the chart on page 17 of your textbook, explain how afunctionalist, conflict theorist, and interactionist would explain the Affordable Care Act. Be sure to discussthe ACA in terms of each perspective’s view of the individual, social order, and social change.o Do not debate the ACA itself. Rather, use these perspectives to understand how a sociologist studiesthe Act.In a sentence or two, describe your personal beliefs about the ACA.Use sociological imagination to explain how you developed your beliefs concerning the Act. Include adiscussion of a minimum of two of the following: race, class, gender, religious and political affiliations, andhow being part of these groups affects your thoughts on the Act.Finally, using the materials in Chapter 2, how might you study people’s beliefs about the ACA?Describe the steps you would follow in the research process to answer this question. Be sure to describeyour study, the method, and a few specific questions you would ask.Your response must be at least two pages in length, using the Times New Roman, 12-pt. font. Each part of thequestion should be completely answered in its own section. It is required that the sections use the followingheadings: Facts, Applying the Perspectives, Personal Beliefs, Sociological Imagination, and Research Process. Besure you use in-text citations as well as an appropriate references page at the end, according to APA style.