Provide a critical summary of BOTH readings (discuss them separately). What did you learn? What did you find interesting? Did the author(s) introduce any
new or specialized terminology? Is it clear the author is in favor or against a particular topic? What kind of statistics are presented (descriiptive or inferential
or both)? What kinds of variables are used? What measures of central tendency and/or variability are used and how? How was it beneficial to the study of
statistics? Do not include the actual questions in your paper or as section headings. You can incorporate your answers into your writing, but the questions
are merely suggestions. Each critical summary should be at least two pages, so at least four pages total for both readings. If it is a little longer, that is fine.
For my classes, it is better to go slightly over than slightly under the two pages. Be sure to apply terms/concept(s) from the textbook, and/or the slide
presentations. The assignment is called Critical Analysis APPLICATION Paper; therefore, you should identify, apply, and connect terms/concepts/methods
from the course.
2. Use at least two direct quotes with citations (ASA style) from an academic source (such the articles, textbook, module slides, or professor) per response
to support your points. In your discussion, you may relate the articles to your personal lives, current events, and/or class material. Write one summary, then
the next, and then include your ONE reference page. It is all one paper, but the discussions are separate.
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