What is the question they are trying to answer or the hypothesis they are trying to test?

Read the article, then answer all the following questions:1. What is the question they are trying to answer or the hypothesis they are trying to test?2. What is the research method used to collect data? (ex: interviews, survey, experiment, ethnography, etc.)3. What are the findings/results of the study?4. What conclusions are made based on the findings? In other words, what does this mean for society?5. Which sociological perspective is used/assumed – Functionalist, Conflict, or Symbolic-Interactionist? Explain howyou determined this.6. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the research design?7. If you were trying to answer the same question or test the same hypothesis, what would you have done differently ifyou had unlimited resources at your disposal?
This assignment should be typed, double-spaced, with 12-point font. Make sure you include a reference pageincluding the article title, author(s), year, journal title, and pages (You may use MLA or APA format). Please notethat there is a difference between the “journal title” and the “article title.”