SOCI 201 Article Review

Liberty SOCI 201 Article Review

Article used for this purchase:

Hertog, E., & Iwasawa, M. (2011). Marriage, abortion, or unwed motherhood? how women evaluate alternative solutions to premarital pregnancies in japan and the united states. Journal of Family Issues, 32(12), 1674-1699. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0192513X11409333

Instructions:

You are required to select a journal article and write a 2–3-page paper reviewing it.  The article that you choose must be published within the last five years, related to your research topic, and found in a scholarly journal.  You can use the  article you choose here as one of the required sources for your research paper.  Format your paper in APA style and review the Article Review Grading Rubric to improve the quality of your paper.  The article review is due by the end of Module/Week 3.

Choose your article from one of the journals below (other journals may be acceptable with prior instructor approval):

Social Problems Journal

Journal of Social Issues

Social Problems

Social Work

Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems

Addiction

Alcohol Health & Research World

Alcohol Research & Health

American Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse

American Journal of Family Therapy

American Journal of Sociology

Canadian Journal of Criminology

Canadian Journal of Criminology & Criminal Justice Canadian Journal of Sociology

Child Adolescent Social Work Journal

Child Abuse Review

Child Welfare

Contemporary Drug Problems

Criminology

Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy

Human Nature

Journal of Drug Issues

Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare

Social Alternatives

Social Forces

Social Science Quarterly

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism

American Journal of Sociology

American Sociological Review

Include each of the following elements in your article review:

  1. Summary – In the first paragraph of your paper, summarize the article and state the primary issue that the article discusses.
  2. Analysis of main points – Each of the article’s main point should be discussed in its own paragraph in your paper.  Discuss the evidence and support for each main point.
  3. Reflective conclusion – In the last paragraph of your paper, discuss how the article relates to your research paper and the course as a whole, and explain your own reactions to and opinions of the article.
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