Based in the guideline of the assignment, I have the complete answers of the questions. With the SAME answers that are in the paper attached please convert it to essay format including each question an answer (The article review should look more like an essay than something written in a question and answer bullet point format. That is, you are to use paragraphs which flow and establish connections to one another), it should be 4 pages long without the cover, you may exceed the page requirement by a paragraph, or roughly by about half a page. I will attached the assignment, and the answers. I also attached the article just in case you need more information.
The following information is the original assignment:
– Intro : Topic, Thesis statement
1. Why have you chosen this article? Provide at least 2 reasons for your reference article.
2. In 2 or more sentences, explain what the article is saying? I.e. what is this article about?
(a) What are some difficulties you may be experiencing understanding the article? Can you articulate or frame these difficulties in your own words?
3. What are some of the key concepts that the article utilizes? Do you find that these are clearly explained and defined?
(a) Simply, does the way in which concepts are defined â€œfit wellâ€ with the content and context of the article? Explain why or why not.
4. During and following the library workshop, use the pointers below as starting points to thinking through your article review. You will continue to think through these questions or prompts more analytically as the course progresses and as we cover more topics throughout semester:
(a) How will you descriptively title your article review?
(a) What sociological theory is the article using?
(b) What points does the author(s) do well to bring out in the article?
(c) Based on what you know and what we have discussed/read in class, what are some of the insightful observations that the author brings out?
(d) What ideas does the author(s) fail to bring out that one would consider relevant to the topic?
(e) Are there some contradictions in the text? If so, what are some of these contradictions or tensions?
(f) What might you add to the discussion that the author(s) might have failed to include in the article? In other words, what further areas of research might you suggest?