Using the scientific method and a little bit of research compelte the assignment.

Chapter reading is attached!

Assignment instructions:

write down the first Primary steps of the scientific method. Think of

a broad topic that you are interested in and which would make a good

sociological study—for example, ethnic diversity in a college,

homecoming rituals, athletic scholarships, or drunk driving.

Now, take that topic through the first 3 steps of the process. For
each step, write a few sentences or a paragraph: (1) Ask a question
about the topic or questions. (2) Do some research using the UMUC
Library or other resources and write down the titles of a minimum of
three articles or books you’d want to read about your topic. (3)
indicate how your proposed study would be different from other studies.

To see exactly what I mean by “Ask a question,” research existing
sources, and formulate a hypothesis please review pages 34-38 in the
weekly reading material: Chapter 2. Sociological Research.

(4) After reviewing or re-reading this week’s course material try
developing one hypothesis for your research. Try to follow the pattern
for writing hypotheses found in the readings. The important thing to
remember when creating a hypothesis is to answer the question — can it
be empirically tested. For example, if you were going to use a survey to
collect data how might you measure the variables or concepts in your
hypotheses on the survey…What questions would you use?

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