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Social Sciences : Sociology

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Small-Scale Literature Review Exercise: Step 2 Article Summary Table
An article summary table is a tool that can help you organize and summarize what you’ve read. Moreover, it can provide you with a quick glance as to how you might organize articles when you begin to write your literature review. Once you know your variables and concepts and you start to find articles, it is imperative that you keep track of what you’ve read. Like the article summary paragraphs, an Article Summary Table (this file is available for
download in Canvas) is an even shorter and more succinct summary, but also is part of a matrix that helps you see similarities and differences across all the literature you read as you read it. Before you include an article in your summary table, be sure that you have evaluated the evidence presented. To complete this step of the small-scale literature review, go to the Week 5
module in Canvas and download:
1. Download the Microsoft Word file titled, “Article Summary Table”. (uploaded)
2. Read each of the articles you downloaded from the LAMC library and begin completing the “Article Summary Table” worksheet for each of your articles.  (Article links below)
a. Please see rows 11-13 which have already been populated with the article citations. 
b. Next, complete the remaining columns and submit the document in the respective module submission link. 
Article links:
1.  https://caccl-laccd.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CACCL_LACCD/eu2fso/cdi_pascalfrancis_primary_15028718
2.  https://caccl-laccd.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CACCL_LACCD/eu2fso/cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_67650751
3.  https://caccl-laccd.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CACCL_LACCD/eu2fso/cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_2076913697

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Social Sciences : Sociology

Based on their longitudinal study of the climate in public schools towards lgbt youth, kosciw and colleagues (2011) recommend all of the following measures except ensure that school practices and polices related to dress codes, school dances, etc. do not discriminate against lgbt students provide training to staff to improve intervention and increase the number of supportive people available k advocate for comprehensive bullying/harassment legislation that specifies sexual orientation, gender identity and

Based on their longitudinal study of the climate in public schools towards LGBT youth, Kosciw and colleagues (2011) recommend all of the following measures except ensure that school practices and polices related to dress codes, school dances, etc. do not discriminate against LGBT students provide training to staff to improve intervention and increase the number of supportive people available K advocate for comprehensive bullying/harassment legislation that specifies sexual orientation, gender identity and expression along with other categories like race, religion and disability revise existing school sexuality education materials to include content related to describing and educating youth about homosexuality and transgender issues.

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Social Sciences : Sociology

In two paragraphs answer question: Why do you think the media sometimes provide

In two paragraphs answer question: Why do you think the media sometimes provide a false picture of social reality? Does thisproblem result from honest mistakes, or is the media’s desire to attract more viewers, listeners,and readers to blame?