I attached the Annotated bibliography I did for Module 1 where I included 3 sour

I attached the Annotated bibliography I did for Module 1 where I included 3 sources to support my topic “What are the contributing factors to homelessness among older African Americans?”
For this assignment (Module 2) -you will need to choose 1 of the articles i used in the annoyed bibliography and answer the questions in the Module 2 instructions I attached for this assignment.
I did attach Module 1’s requirements ( just for you to get a gist of what was expected ) & The grading rubric.
PLEASE READ MODULE 2 DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY AND ANSWER THROUGHLY.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you!

I attached the Annotated bibliography I did for Module 1 where I included 3 sour

I attached the Annotated bibliography I did for Module 1 where I included 3 sources to support my topic “What are the contributing factors to homelessness among older African Americans?”
For this assignment (Module 2) -you will need to choose 1 of the articles i used in the annoyed bibliography and answer the questions in the Module 2 instructions I attached for this assignment.
I did attach Module 1’s requirements ( just for you to get a gist of what was expected ) & The grading rubric.
PLEASE READ MODULE 2 DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY AND ANSWER THROUGHLY.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you!

Your discussion of the argument for each text chapter or supplemental reading sh

Your discussion of the argument for each text chapter or supplemental reading should include the following headers and information 1) main argument, 2) evidence being presented, 3) conclusion and 4) new terms or concepts. All annotations need to be in your own words rather than using any direct quotes. An example of annotation for the first reading in Module 2 (Supplemental Reading-“American Public Education an Origin Story”) is provided in the Syllabus. Each annotation should be a minimum of 250 words in length.
Attached is Annotation # 1-2 provided as an example of what is expected along with one of the articles from annotation 1 & 2 American Public Education – An Origin Story
Annotations #7-14
The Shame of the Nation
Chapter 1-7 (Each Chapter requires an annotation)
Article – Disparities Within Unequal Spending and Achievement in an Urban School District

Your discussion of the argument for each text chapter or supplemental reading sh

Your discussion of the argument for each text chapter or supplemental reading should include the following headers and information 1) main argument, 2) evidence being presented, 3) conclusion and 4) new terms or concepts. All annotations need to be in your own words rather than using any direct quotes. An example of annotation for the first reading in Module 2 (Supplemental Reading-“American Public Education an Origin Story”) is provided in the Syllabus. Each annotation should be a minimum of 250 words in length.
Attached is Annotation # 1-2 provided as an example of what is expected along with one of the articles from annotation 1 & 2 American Public Education – An Origin Story
Annotations #7-14
The Shame of the Nation
Chapter 1-7 (Each Chapter requires an annotation)
Article – Disparities Within Unequal Spending and Achievement in an Urban School District

Students will construct a paper about a social phenomena or topic of interest. T

Students will construct a paper about a social phenomena or topic of interest. This is a two-part
assignment:
1) proposal 2) paper
There are a number of ways to approach a research paper or sociological
analysis. Your paper can be exploratory,
explanatory, descriptive, or evaluative. You may also
choose other approaches, such as, examining the relationship between two (or more) sociological
concepts; you may also choose to conduct an experiment or research study. In other words, you
have the freedom and latitude to use creativity in your approach. Please use the rubric on the
reverse as a guide to producing a respectable and scholarly paper.
Here are the standard requirements: Typed, double-spaced, 6-8-pages minimum, APA or
MLA format (cover page and reference page do not count towards the minimum page
requirement).
THE PROPOSAL is a model one-page
submission that will describe your project. It can be
prepared in outline form with bullet points. An example is
posted on modules.
Sociology is all around us and in our everyday life. Remember, that your opinion must be
supported with fact.

Students will construct a paper about a social phenomena or topic of interest. T

Students will construct a paper about a social phenomena or topic of interest. This is a two-part
assignment:
1) proposal 2) paper
There are a number of ways to approach a research paper or sociological
analysis. Your paper can be exploratory,
explanatory, descriptive, or evaluative. You may also
choose other approaches, such as, examining the relationship between two (or more) sociological
concepts; you may also choose to conduct an experiment or research study. In other words, you
have the freedom and latitude to use creativity in your approach. Please use the rubric on the
reverse as a guide to producing a respectable and scholarly paper.
Here are the standard requirements: Typed, double-spaced, 6-8-pages minimum, APA or
MLA format (cover page and reference page do not count towards the minimum page
requirement).
THE PROPOSAL is a model one-page
submission that will describe your project. It can be
prepared in outline form with bullet points. An example is
posted on modules.
Sociology is all around us and in our everyday life. Remember, that your opinion must be
supported with fact.

Write a narrative summary of your notes describing what you experienced. Then, e

Write a narrative summary of your notes describing what you experienced. Then, explain how each of the three sociological perspectives (structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and social conflict) would analyze what you say. Your description of your observation should represent about 50% of your paper and your analysis another 50%, divided evenly between the three perspectives. At the end of your paper, discuss which perspective you think is the best suited to analyze your observation and why you think so. Whenever appropriate, link the information you present to concepts, theories, facts, and core values of “community and social justice” from the course.
You may use additional resources, provided they are appropriately cited. You are required to use the American Sociological Association (ASA) formatting style to format your paper and sources. Information on ASA is available in the course under Resources. For additional information on plagiarism, click here to view a 15-minute video lesson by Dr. Patricia Campion. You will be prompted to enter your SLU Portal username and password to gain access to the video. Once the video starts playing (may take a few minutes to load), forward it to Slide 28 titled, “Am I Plagiarizing? Why, or why not?” and view through Slide 195.
The paper will be a minimum of seven (7) pages in length and include a title page and a reference page, using a standard 12-point font. You may use additional resources, provided they are appropriately cited. You are required to use the American Sociological Association (ASA) formatting style to format your paper and sources. Information on ASA is available in the course under Resources.

Write a narrative summary of your notes describing what you experienced. Then, e

Write a narrative summary of your notes describing what you experienced. Then, explain how each of the three sociological perspectives (structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and social conflict) would analyze what you say. Your description of your observation should represent about 50% of your paper and your analysis another 50%, divided evenly between the three perspectives. At the end of your paper, discuss which perspective you think is the best suited to analyze your observation and why you think so. Whenever appropriate, link the information you present to concepts, theories, facts, and core values of “community and social justice” from the course.
You may use additional resources, provided they are appropriately cited. You are required to use the American Sociological Association (ASA) formatting style to format your paper and sources. Information on ASA is available in the course under Resources. For additional information on plagiarism, click here to view a 15-minute video lesson by Dr. Patricia Campion. You will be prompted to enter your SLU Portal username and password to gain access to the video. Once the video starts playing (may take a few minutes to load), forward it to Slide 28 titled, “Am I Plagiarizing? Why, or why not?” and view through Slide 195.
The paper will be a minimum of seven (7) pages in length and include a title page and a reference page, using a standard 12-point font. You may use additional resources, provided they are appropriately cited. You are required to use the American Sociological Association (ASA) formatting style to format your paper and sources. Information on ASA is available in the course under Resources.

Guidelines for Abstracts 1. Select a social problem from a research journal. 2.

Guidelines for Abstracts
1. Select a social problem from a research
journal.
2. List the reference including the author’s
last name, his initials, the title of the article,
the name of the journal, the year of
publication, the journal volume and page
numbers (use ASA style).
3. Write a summary including the following:
A. Purpose: The purpose may be stated
as an aim, objective, goal, or inferred
from a statement of the problem. What
research question or hypothesis was
derived from the purpose of the study?
B. Subjects: The term “subjects” refers to
the sample under study. A description
of age, sex, race or any other
demographic should be included. If the
research study did not include human
subjects, indicate what existing sources
or archival data was used (e.g., census
data, national data sets, official reports,
government documents).
C. Methods/Procedure: This includes the
research methods employed, a
description of the instruments or
measuring devices, the variables that
were measured, the materials that were
used, or the way in which the study
attempted to reach its purpose.
D. Results: What actual data or findings
did the author
report?
E. Conclusions: What were the
implications of the study in regard to
the social problem? Did the author
make any
recommendations concerning the social
problem?
F. Evaluation: What is your critical
appraisal of the article?
Was the article useful? Specifically
discuss how well the study addressed or
explained the research question or
hypothesis.

Guidelines for Abstracts 1. Select a social problem from a research journal. 2.

Guidelines for Abstracts
1. Select a social problem from a research
journal.
2. List the reference including the author’s
last name, his initials, the title of the article,
the name of the journal, the year of
publication, the journal volume and page
numbers (use ASA style).
3. Write a summary including the following:
A. Purpose: The purpose may be stated
as an aim, objective, goal, or inferred
from a statement of the problem. What
research question or hypothesis was
derived from the purpose of the study?
B. Subjects: The term “subjects” refers to
the sample under study. A description
of age, sex, race or any other
demographic should be included. If the
research study did not include human
subjects, indicate what existing sources
or archival data was used (e.g., census
data, national data sets, official reports,
government documents).
C. Methods/Procedure: This includes the
research methods employed, a
description of the instruments or
measuring devices, the variables that
were measured, the materials that were
used, or the way in which the study
attempted to reach its purpose.
D. Results: What actual data or findings
did the author
report?
E. Conclusions: What were the
implications of the study in regard to
the social problem? Did the author
make any
recommendations concerning the social
problem?
F. Evaluation: What is your critical
appraisal of the article?
Was the article useful? Specifically
discuss how well the study addressed or
explained the research question or
hypothesis.