Please use the attached PDF article to help me solve the following problem:
Prepare an analysis of your selected article. Start by identifying the hypothesis described in the article, and explain how the hypothesis statement was used in the study. Be sure to properly cite your article, and be prepared to discuss your analysis in class.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com December 19, 2018, 11:47 pm ad1c9bdddf
Interesting and timely topic! Your assignment is this:
1. Prepare a 3 to 5 page analysis of your selected article. Start by identifying the hypothesis described in the article, and explain how the hypothesis statement was used in the study. Be sure to properly cite your article, and be prepared to discuss your analysis in class.
I am wondering if you have read the article yet. If not, that is the place to start. Let's take a closer look through sketching the main arguments and conclusions made by Chandler (1986), which you can then use for your final copy. I also included the page numbers for easy referencing.
Let's take a closer look.
This article is not an experiment, so it does not have a hypothesis. Rather, the article "Banishing Smoking" (1986) by William Chandler presents ample and compelling evidence on why smoking should be banished.
"Tobacco cause more death and suffering in adults than any other toxics in our environment", he argues. And you do not
have to be a smoker to increase your risk. For example, involuntary exposure to cigarette smoke causes more deaths than any other toxics in our environment. Chandler also argues that no country is taking action against tobacco smoking commensurate to its cost. Even though the high costs are well known, policy lags behind and heath leaders in government and international organizations government organizations and public interest groups have also failed in this fight, Williams argues.
"Tobacco is a worldwide epidemic growing at 2.1 a year, faster than the world population", argues ...
For the article "Banishing Smoking" (Chandler, 1986), this solution provides help with an article analysis on several dimensions e.g., hypothesis, how it was used, and others.