Nalysis of Association Is Not Causation”

This paper is NOT ESSAY FORM!!!!! Read article Association Is Not Causationby RICHARD J. GELLES AND MARY M. CAVANAUGH

For the critique, copy & paste titles for each section and questions for each section as listed below.

INTRODUCTION OF ARTICLE
Make an opening thesis statement and then introduce the topic your article.
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SUMMARY OF THE ARTICLE
Summarize the beginning, middle and conclusion of what the article is about, in your own words. Do NOT make any judgments or opinions in your summary. Your summary should include the main points/ideas of the article and it should be written in such a way that when you end your summary, I know the essence (beginning, middle and conclusion) of the article, even if I had not read it.
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ANALYSIS/CRITIQUE OF THE ARTICLE
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This part of the paper MUST be detailed. Use specific examples (where applicable) to clarify your discussion!
YOU MUST INCLUDE ALL 5 QUESTIONS.
1. What are the strengths of the article? Discuss the strengths and include 2 (or more) detailed, concrete examples to support your argument(s)
2. What are the weaknesses of the article? Discuss the weaknesses and include 2 (or more) detailed examples)
3. What makes the article sociological? Discuss what you believe makes this article sociological. Include 3 (or more) detailed examples to clarify your arguments. Use 3 (or more) sociological terms/concepts with examples and definitions to support your arguments) in context to what the article is about. Do not include the terms/concepts without relating them to the article. (Underline each of the three sociological terms and definitions).
4. How does the issue/topic impact society? Are there specific groups impacted by this topic more than others? Discus how this topic impacts society and specific groups within society (include 2 or more detailed examples to support your arguments).
5. Which sociological perspective(s) would you use to analyze this article? Structural Functionalist, Conflict, Symbolic Interactionist or a combination of all three perspectives? In your discussion, use concrete example(s) and explain WHY you saw the article from one, two or all three perspectives. (BE DETAILED by using examples to support and defend your position.
CONCLUSION
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1. State the conclusion of your article. Do you agree or disagree with the author? Why or Why not? (Be detailed by using two concrete examples to support your reasons).
2. What did you learn from the article that you did not know before you read the article? (Give 2 (or more) detailed, concrete examples to support your point(s).
3. If you were writing this article, what would you have included to expand and/or improve the discussion? Be detailed in your discussion by using 2 concrete specific examples to support your argument.

SOLUTIONS
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Please discuss in detail 2-4 viable solutions regarding the topic that you would have offered that were not included in the article. Be DETAILED! (BE DETAILED TO SUPPORT YOUR ARGUMENTS)


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