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# Logic of Inference

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• Use the Walden Library Course Guide and Assignment Help found in this week's Learning Resources to search for and select a quantitative article that interests you and that has social change implications.

• For additional support, review the Skill Builder: Independent and Dependent Variables, which you can find by navigating back to your Blackboard Course Home Page. From there, locate the Skill Builder link in the left navigation pane.
By Day 3
Post a very brief description (1-3 sentences) of the article you found and address the following:
1. Describe how you think the research in the article is useful (e.g., what population is it helping? What problem is it solving?).
2. Using Y=f(X) +E notation, identify the independent and dependent variables.
3. How might the research models presented be wrong? What types of error might be present in the reported research?

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2759810/

a quantitative article that interests you and that has social change implications.

1. Describe how you think the research in the article is useful (e.g., what population is it helping? What problem is it solving?).

The article is useful because it attempts to address a significant problem, which is teen violence that involves alcohol within the Black community. Black Americans are disproportionately represented within the criminal justice system as well as within violent statistics in regard to their percentage of the American population. Therefore, the study is effective because it seeks to deduce the impact that alcohol has on this violent behavior that occurs within the African American community.

To assess this link, researchers used a quantitative study that included 649 African American youths wherein the study ...

#### Solution Summary

Logic of inference is examined. The quantitative article that interests you and that has social change implications is determined.

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