O defend that position by contextualizing the decision on the quantitative analysis you have completed (using the data to support the decision

Analysis Guidelines:
Using the module readings and your two additional media sources as context, begin to analyze the summary statistics you calculated
• Write an introductory statement about measuring crime, specifically the index crime of your choice.
• Explain why it is important for residents to know the data about the index crime you chose; and if it is realistically possible to account for all incidents.
O Introduce the NYC and LA context; how does each municipality measure and report crime data?
O In a paragraph form, discuss changes in crime during the period you have identified by introducing your summary statistics.
• Explain your data visualization in the context of your analysis (see requirements below).
O Consider the measurability of the given index crime and report how the numbers may be incomplete or are as complete as possible.
O Compare and contrast your summary statistics to those reported / evaluated in the media pieces from the module and research
• Discuss the generalizations, if any, that can be drawn about the crime from the various sources (i.e. textbook chapter, media analyses/journalism, official data, your summary statistics and visualization)
• Answer the question: Is it appropriate to compare Los Angeles to New York City?
• Explain why it is appropriate and why it may not be appropriate (think of the social!)
• Conclude by
© Making a decision about where you prefer to move to and
O Defend that position by contextualizing the decision on the quantitative analysis you have completed (using the data to support the decision
Your paper should include the chart your created of trend lines. You should also reference the articles you submitted last week.

Leave a Comment