Reviewing research and making connections | Introduction to sociology | Strayer University–Anne Arundel Campus

 For your first assignment, you will complete a short answer activity in which you will analyze the article following the Ask, Research, Learn, Do process. This process wasintroduced in your webtext as a simplified version of the sociological research process. It’s a useful tool to help you think critically, answer questions, and solve problems. READ THE ARTICLE “Declining Majority of Online Adults Say the Internet Has Been Good for Society” http://www.pewinternet.org/2018/04/30/declining-­­ majority-­­of-­­online-­­adults-­­say-­­the-­­internet-­­has-­­been-­­good-­­ for-­­society/ USE THE RESEARCH Use the research information presented in the article to answer the questions below. You should write four paragraphs, one for each step listed in bold. Use the Assignment 1 template to complete this assignment. Refer to Chapter 2 of the webtext as necessary. 1) Ask: • What was the topic of the research? • Who was studied in the research? • What was the research question that was answered by the information in thearticle? 2 2) Research: • What research methods were used? (Go to Section 2.9 in the Webtext for a list of research methods) • Summarize the processresearchers used to collect data. 3) Learn: • What were the key findings of the research? • What conclusion was drawn fromthe research? 4) Do: • What are two additional follow–­up questions that you have based on this research? • Why did you choose these follow up questions? FORMATTING 5) Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: • Usethe Assignment 1 template tocomplete this assignment. • References are not required for this assignment as you will use theassigned article and your webtext. • Be sure to include your name and the date on the cover page of the template. 3 RUBRIC Grading for this assignment will be based on the following rubric: POINTS: 110 ASSIGNMENT 1: REVIEWING RESEARCH AND MAKING CONNECTIONS Criteria Exemplary 100% – A Proficient 85% – B Fair 75% – C Meets Minimum Expectations 65% – D Unacceptable 0% – F 1. Ask Identify the re– search topic, the people studied, and theresearch question. Weight: 22% Identifies the re-­­ search topic, the people studied, and the research question. The information pro-­­ vided is accurate, provides rele-­­ vant details, and demonstrates understanding by using sociology terms. There are no errors or omissions. Identifies the re-­­ search topic, the people studied, and the research question. The information pro-­­ vided is accurate and provides relevant details. There may be small errors or omissions. Partially identi-­­ fies the research topic, the people studied, and the research ques-­­ tion. The informa-­­ tion provided is generally accu-­­ rate, but some relevant details are missing or one question is answered incor-­­ rectly. Insufficiently identifies the re-­­ search topic, the people studied, and the research question. The information pro-­­ vided is mostly inaccurate and/ or two or more questions are answered incor-­­ rectly. Does not identify the research topic, the people studied, or the research ques-­­ tion. The infor-­­ mation provided is incorrect. 2. Research Identify the re– search methods and summarize the research process. Weight: 22% Correctly identi-­­ fies the research method(s) used and summariz-­­ es the process researchers used to collect data. Provides a de-­­ tailed description of the complete research process. Correctly identi-­­ fies the research method(s) used and generally summarizes the process researchers used to collect data. Provides a general description of the research process. Correctly identi-­­ fies the research method(s) used and summarizes the key steps of the process re-­­ searchers used to collect data. Pro-­­ vides a high-­­level description of the research process, but does not include sufficient details. Insufficient-­­ ly identifies the research method(s) used and does not provide a com-­­ plete summary of the process researchers used to collect data. The description of the research process is miss-­­ ing key steps. Does not identify the research method(s) used and does not summarize the process re-­­ searchers used to collect data. The information provided is incor-­­ rect. 4 POINTS:110 ASSIGNMENT 1: REVIEWING RESEARCH AND MAKING CONNECTIONS Criteria Exemplary 100% – A Proficient 85% – B Fair 75% – C Meets Minimum Expectations 65% – D Unacceptable 0% – F 3. Learn Describe the key findings of the researchers and the conclusion drawn from the research. Weight: 22% Accurately describes key findings and conclusion and includes sup-­­ porting details. Demonstrates strong under-­­ standing by using sociolo-­­ gy terms and providing logical, accurate, and concise informa-­­ tion. Accurately describes key findings and conclusion and includes sup-­­ porting details. Partially de-­­ scribes key findings and conclusion but some of the sup-­­ porting details are missing. Inaccurately describes key findings or con-­­ clusion and sup-­­ porting details are sparse. Does not de-­­ scribe the key findings and/or conclusion and does not pro-­­ vide supporting details. 4. Do Propose 2 fol– low–up questions and an explana– tion. Weight: 22% Proposes 2 fol-­­ low–­up questions that are aligned with the key findings of the research, and provides a logical explanation that includes supporting details. Demon-­­ strates strong understanding by using sociolo-­­ gy terms. Proposes 2 fol-­­ low-­­up question that are aligned with the key findings of the research, and provides a logi-­­ cal explanation that includes some details. Proposes 2 fol-­­ low–­up questions that are not fully aligned with the key findings of the research, or the explana-­­ tion is missing details. Proposes 1 to 2 follow-­­up questions that are not fully aligned with the key findings of the research, or the explana-­­ tion is missing details. Does not pro-­­ pose 2 follow–­up questions or does not align with key research findings and does not provide details. 5. Write in a skillful manner using stated formatting and correct gram– mar and spell– ing. Weight: 12% Writing is ex-­­ cellent. Tone is appropriate and demonstrates excellent word choice. Shows exceptional logic, clarity, and stated format-­­ ting. Contains no spelling or gram-­­ matical errors. Writing is profi-­­ cient. Tone is ap-­­ propriate. Shows logic, clarity, and stated formatting. May contain few or no spelling and/ or grammatical errors. Writing is satis-­­ factory. Appro-­­ priate and/or consistent tone is developing. Shows moder-­­ ate logic, clarity, and/or stated formatting. May contain more than a few spelling and/ or grammatical errors. Writing meets minimal stan-­­ dards. Tone is not appropri-­­ ate. Lacking one or more of logic, clarity, and/or stated formatting. May contain many spelling and/ or grammatical errors. Writing does not meet minimal standards. Tone is not appro-­­ priate. Wholly lacking in logic, clarity, and/or stated format-­­ ting. Contains many spelling and/or grammat-­­ ical errors. 

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