The previous modular concepts encouraged a clear and logical

 Theoretical Structures in ResearchThe previous modular concepts encouraged a clear and logical understanding of theory development in research.Before starting this assignment please view this short video:Theoretical Framework | YouTube (Francois J. Desjardins, 2010) one peer-reviewed journal article related to the topic and/or question. Prepare a critical analysis of the chosen study applying the Theoretical Perspectives section of Social Problems: Continuity and Change (Saylor Academy, 2012) in the link below. IIAnalyze and critique the peer-reviewed journal article selected in Part I addressing the following:
Provide a summary of the theory model integrated in the study and discuss the following:
Which theories did the researchers identify? Please use correct in-text referencing to identify the articles that you examined.Are these theories connected to a specific aspect of the study OR embedded throughout the study as a whole? If so, how?What are the components of the conceptual framework? Is the framework of the study implied and/or explicitly mentioned in the study?Does this particular theoretical framework “add” to the quality of the study? Why or why not?How would a different theoretical perspective alter the study if at all?
Provide an educational and/or health science practice and/or practical implication that applies or promotes the theory model.Provide an introductory and concluding paragraph with the reflection of the theory development in research.
Paper 6 pages and demonstrate or include the following:
High-level understanding of the required background and self-researched reading.Graduate-level written communication to include an appropriate introduction and conclusion, clear and coherent structure, and proper grammar and word usage. The submission should be organized in a clear and coherent manner using APA headings: an introduction that introduces and outlines the content, the cohesive body, and a reflective conclusion. Use various headings and subheadings as appropriate.