Census Project Instructions Part 1: A. Google “juan battle census project” and

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Census Project Instructions
Part 1:
A. Google “juan battle census project” and follow the instructions. Keep in mind that this assignment was designed in 2012, so therefore the instructions may not fit exactly with the newest census format, but it is up to you to figure out how to complete the assignment because as researchers we often work with imperfect data (one clue: the map information on how to find your census tract has changed).
B. In the “juan battle census project” instructions you will be asked to use the CUNY Graduate Center library webpage (library.gc.cuny.edu), but do not use it, rather use the CSI library (www.library.csi.cuny.edu) which you can access with your student ID number.
C. Please remember, if you are stuck trying complete a section do not sit alone frustrated; it is not cheating to ask other classmates for help. Collaborating with others for specific areas that you need help with is something researchers do all the time.
D. If you only accomplish the “juan” section of the report successfully then you will get a C on the final report.
Part 2:
Part 1 of the project required you to follow instructions and make a few adjustments to adapt the template to the most recent census format and data changes. Part 2 of the assignment, however, requires an additional skill – creativity of thought.
To get a higher grade than a C, take the information derived from the “juan” section template and examine your neighborhood further by focusing on a specific topic of your choice (e.g. demographical changes, history of the area, racial and class diversity, changes since Covid, education, residential segregation, etc.) based on the census data, your own experiences of living in your neighborhood, and, perhaps, historical information regarding your neighborhood.
The learning objective for this assignment is to mimic what researchers do by taking raw data and organizing it into a usable format that can be employed for examining a specific sociological issue.

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