Read the article, then answer all the following questions:
1. What is the question they are trying to answer or the hypothesis they are trying to test?
2. What is the research method used to collect data? (ex: interviews, survey, experiment, ethnography, etc.)
3. What are the findings/results of the study?
4. What conclusions are made based on the findings? In other words, what does this mean for society?
5. Which sociological perspective is used/assumed – Functionalist, Conflict, or Symbolic-Interactionist? Explain how
you determined this.
6. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the research design?