Module 11 Homework 1 – Two-Way Tables (8 of 18)
Use this activity to assess whether you and your peers can:
Use a two-way table to examine the relationship between two categorical variables.
We randomly selected 1,200 participants from the 2020 Race IAT. Below is the two-way table for the sample with the row variable Race and the column variable Crime-Focus. Here is a description of each variable.
Race: IAT participants’ self-reported race.
Crime-Focus: IAT participants’ response to the statement, “Law enforcement officers should pay particular attention to those social groups more heavily involved in crime, even if this means focusing on members of particular ethnic groups.”
Race IAT: Race vs Crime-FocusStrongly DisagreeModerately DisagreeSlightly DisagreeNeutralSlightly AgreeModerately AgreeStrongly AgreeRow TotalsAmer Indian/ Alaskan Native31101006East Asian1765130032South Asian1641120125Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 30110005Black/ African Am511571101287White40018072831444121941Other/ Unknown2374445148Multiracial3463731256
Respond to each of the following questions. Be sure to number your responses, show your work, and write your answers in context as we did on the previous page.
Are black IAT participants more likely than whites to strongly agree that law enforcement officers should focus their attention on particular social groups?
Are white IAT participants more likely than multiracial participants to moderately or strongly agree that law enforcement officers should focus their attention on particular social groups?
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Peer Review (FD Optional)
Peer Review (FD Optional)
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFirst Attempt
A first attempt was made on this assignment
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnswering the Prompt
All parts of the “Prompt” are addressed, and the responses demonstrate attainment of the learning objectives in the “Progress Check” section of the assignment. The answers are mostly correct. The writing/work is clear. The explanation/work is reasonable, well-organized, and easy to follow.
One or more parts of the “Prompt” are not addressed or are incorrect. Or, answers do not demonstrate attainment of the learning objectives in the “Progress Check” section of the assignment. Or, answers are correct, but the writing/work is unclear, incorrect, or difficult to follow.
0 ptsNo Marks
The “Prompt” is not addressed or the work is incorrect or missing. Or, the first draft was not a good-faith effort.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePeer Review
You completed the assigned peer review. The points you assigned in the rubric for the “Addressing the Prompt” criterion are appropriate. You used the “Add a Comment:” field to submit your assignment comments. Your assignment comments relate the score you assigned in the “Addressing the Prompt” criterion of the rubric to how your peer addressed the learning objectives when responding to the “Prompt.” (Note: the learning objectives are listed in the “Progress Check” section of the assignment.) If you awarded full credit for the “Addressing the Prompt” criterion in the rubric, your comments contextually and specifically explain what your peer did to demonstrate attainment of the relevant learning objectives. If you deducted points for the “Addressing the Prompt” criterion, you clearly explained what your peer can do better to demonstrate attainment of the relevant learning objectives.
You committed a good-faith effort to provide a high-quality peer review, but necessary instructive comments are missing. Or, you provided appropriate instructive comments but did not complete the rubric.
0 ptsNo Marks
No peer review provided or the comments are not instructive. Or, you did not commit a good-faith effort on your first draft.
Total Points: 10