African American Women Bachelor Masters Degrees Get Married Paper

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This week you will construct this 2-4 page introduction to your topic. You will need to support this information with at least 10-12 peer-reviewed journal articles published within the last five years. Note: Your eventual dissertation will require you to support your research with at least 85% of your articles based upon research findings from within the last five years.

The Introduction should present these required components:

  1. Present an overview of the general topic(s).
  2. Describe the larger context in which the problem exists.
  3. Present an overview of why the topic of study is relevant and warranted.
  4. Briefly explain prior research on the topic(s) and why the topic is of practical, empirical, and theoretical importance.
  5. Clearly lead the reader to the problem statement. The reader should not be surprised by the content of the problem statement after reading the Introduction.
  6. Do not explicitly state the proposed study’s purpose or methodology as these are addressed in later sections.
  7. Assure all assertions are supported with scholarly evidence.

Length: 2-4 pages not including title and reference pages

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Running head: CRAFTING INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND

Why African American Women with Bachelor and Masters Degrees are Marrying and Having
Children at Lower Rates
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CRAFTING INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND

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Why African American Women with Bachelor and Masters Degrees are Marrying and Having
Children at Lower Rates
Introduction
According to some research, the definition of womanhood is defined based on feminine
attitudes such as sensitivity, strength, and sensuality or based on female behaviors and is also
based on self-respect and the outward appearance, and also in how capable she is in taking care
of her home and taking a headship role when there is no male leadership (Chaney, 2011). The
roles and definitions have however changed dramatically, some studies have demonstrated that
women within the African American community show less involvement in marriage in
comparison to their counterparts from the other racial groupings and that is even though the
group has shown a rise in their education rates (Davis & Rackin, 2014). According to Reeves and
Guyot (2017), black women between the ages of 35 and 45 and had received an undergraduate
degree were less likely by up to 15 percent to get married, while those with a master's degree
show a much higher figure of 22 percent, which is not the case with those from other racial
groups. To get a better understanding on the variation as to why fewer African American women
opt to get married once they have received a degree, the report will focus on the affected groups
and carry out research to help shed more light on the matter. The research will rely on a few
parameters and themes revolving around the academic qualification, marital status, as well as
other factors that...


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