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InstructionsPlease answer the following questions. Your answers should be typed using 12-pt Times NewRoman font, double-spaced, with one-inch margins on all sides. Include a page number, theassignment number, and your name at the top of each page. Assignments should posted onCourse Works before class on October 5th .Your answers should be in sentence form and self-contained. State the relevant facts and drawthe appropriate conclusions with reference to these facts.The questions below are grouped into sets within sets of questions (that is, for questions aboutthe same study or studies), your answers can be cumulative. That is, you can refer to earlierresponses within sets; you do not have to describe the study fully in response to each and everyquestion.Questions1. There is an article from the New York Times Magazine entitled What Is It About 20-Somethings. (available at http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/22/magazine/22Adulthood-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0). The article does a solid job in summarizing social scienceresearch on the topic of emerging adulthood for a non-professional audience. Please readthe article (well, you need not read more than the first five or six pages), then answer thefollowing questions.a. What are the traditional milestones of adulthood discussed in this article? Do youbelieve these to be relevant milestones of adulthood today?b. What additional variables do you think should be included in studying and why?c. Although the article does not offer much discussion of causes, what factors might youthink contribute to changing conceptions of adulthood?2. Now suppose you just received a grant from the Social Science Research Council to conducta study to examine other domains that characterize emerging adulthood. In an interview withPsychology Today, Arnett characterized more relevant criteria as accepting responsibilityfor yourself, making independent decisions, and becoming financially independent. Brieflydescribe a study of your own making that will examine these three criteria, paying particularattention to the following questions:a. What dependent and independent variables will you include?b. How will you operationalize the variables of your study? Please be explicit in howyou will create your variables.c. What are your hypotheses regarding the relationship(s) you will examine?d. How will you collect data to evaluate these hypotheses?3 In May 2002, United States Secretary of Education Rod Paige announced a policy change inwhich the U.S. Department of Education would allow the creation and expansion of single-sex schools (schools containing only males or only females). While the overwhelmingmajority of schoolchildren in the United States are schooled in classrooms containing malesand females (coeducational or coed schools), there has been growing policy interest insingle-sex schools to address girls lower performance in mathematics and science. Theresearch underlying this interest has found that girls in single-sex schools do better in theseareas because they have higher levels of self-esteem than do their peers in coed schools.Drawing on criteria for causality, how would you examine the relationship betweenattendance in a single-sex school and performance in math and science among girls? (Pleaselimit your answer to three paragraphs.)