Include the title of the article, author, date published, newspaper, and html address of the article if accessed on-line. b. Include a one-page summary of the article detailing: a. The question/issue that the author is addressing and/or investigating b. The method/evidence that the author employs (i.e. demographics, statistics, interviews). c. Respond to the authors argument and main points by linking AT LEAST one theoretical framework from the class (i.e. a theory of migration, straight-line assimilation, segmented assimilation, etc.) and one empirical class reading (File ATTACHED_IMMIGRATION/ URBANIZATION) to the article (properly cite the theory and reading and include the citation at the end of your assignment). How do class theories/concepts relate to the article? If the author is making an argument, do you agree with him/her? Could the author have used class concepts and theories to make a stronger case or to help explain the outcome? You must define and link class concepts and readings correctly in order to receive full credit.