I don’t understand this Political Science question and need help to study.
so basically i made interview in a supermarket in Corrados. its a shopping market just like wholefoods. they have local and organic things. so i wrote 9 pages according to an interview that i made. however i made some mistakes so i just want you to make it right according to structures that im gonna send it to you . Also i quoted from internet on my paper but my professor dont want it. thus im going to send you some articles and i just want you to paraphrase 2-3 sentences from each article and it must be chiago style. moreover i got some feedback from my friends and according to feedback i want you to check my paper and review it. thank you
9. Create visuals (bar or pie charts) for 5 survey questions. Can you create cross
tabulations looking at education versus another variable? What about race and
10. Formatting Paper: 6-8 pages (excluding charts), double spaced, 1 inch margins, 12’
Arial font, page numbers bottom center, and a cover page.
Write up the results and include visuals to
display the data (pie or bar charts); see steps 8, 9, 10 above.
Introduction: Include a 1-2 paragraph that places the survey in context. What does
food consumption look like in the town/city under study? What three issue
appear to be of greatest/least concern in the town/city you conducted interviews.
Methods: Explain, when, where, and how you collect the data. Be specific,
providing lots of detail. How many interviews did you conduct and why?
Results: Use overall percentages to report your findings. Write up your results as
follows: “Twenty percent of respondents report they buy organic food. More than
half of interviews said they are Democrats, while 40 percent report identifying as
Independent. Table 1 illustrates consumer views on products.” What did you learn
about food consumption and respondent views? How does this compare to
articles you have read about these topics
? Incorporate 5 (or more) sources to
support or refute your findings. Three (3) of the sources must come from
the class readings)
Conclusion: What was it like talking to, and questioning people about a topic like
this? Is there anything you did not anticipate? What did you learn about food and
politics that you did not know, and what new questions do you have?