This article presents the idea of a succinct, which in turn brings forward a form of straight introduction to the research field and also presents some methods that are practiced by social scientist. A good example to such practices is the act of terrorism; the Alzheimer’s disease, the anti-gay prejudice and also education are presented in this edition as acts of social science. The act of legalizing marijuana use among the people brings this edition further into a form of fascinating articles, since it introduces one to the “how-tos” and the “whys” of social research. This article provides one with the ground of being able to learn different life perspectives according to various people and their views incorporated in such report case. There; however, is some challenges in this article as compared to the previous one. The first change about this edition is in its color, which can be assumed to be friendlier to the students since it incorporates some photos that help in making the topic under discussion livelier. The next change to be noted is that the article begins with some form of introductory letter to students, which assures them the research field is not as scary as to what most of the students might think (Babbie, 2010).
To more personal perspective, the article is trying to bring about the issue of freedom to self expression and thought. The idea anti-gay prejudices and terrorism acts help in justifying this since this article in other way tries to bring to the fact that people involved in such activities have their own rights to do so. The weakness to this article is that it lacks more concrete evidence and facts to how such freedom will be of great benefit to the majority. This calls for further analysis to be done on these facts so that the whole idea of freedom will be justified (Singleton, 2009)