answer each question please  readings and videos for each part are provided belo

answer each question please 
readings and videos for each part are provided below.
Part one
What are the pitfalls of “common sense” observations and logic? Provide three examples.
What is “positionality,” and what are its components? How do these components influence our perceptions, understandings, and conclusions about the world—including the questions we ask and our common-sense observations and logic?
Social research examines patterns of relationships (that is, patterns of interconnections). What three basic themes of patterned relationships/interconnections does social research examine (pages 6-8 [ending before “How Social Research…”])? Provide an example for each of the three basic themes.
Part two
As described by Mencimer, how does Edlin’s poverty research attempt to overcome the pitfalls of common-sense observation and logic, common errors in reasoning, and her own positionality?
How does Edlin’s research address the three basic themes of patterned social relationships?

What If Everything You Knew About Poverty Was Wrong?


https://sites.middlebury.edu/utopias/files/2013/02/The-Promise.pdf
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-power-prime/201107/common-sense-is-neither-common-nor-sense

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