Below is a chi-square and Cramer’s V statistic examining the relationship between driver race/ethnicity and

Below is a chi-square and Cramer’s V statistic examining the relationship between driver race/ethnicity and
whether the police issued a citation (yes or no). This data comes from the Minneapolis Police Department.
The chi-square is significant at alpha = 0.01.
Your response should be 400-750 words, in APA format, 12pt font, 1″ margins, references page, etc. Cover
page and abstract not required. Make sure to use a .doc, docx, or rtf file format and attach the file when
submitting.
Please see the class schedule located in the course syllabus for specific dates.
This assignment has a minimum of five (5) required sources. While the video can count as one source, this
means you need to find additional sources to add detail and support to your answers. Look for real world
examples in the news, peer-reviewed journals, etc.
In your paper, do the following. Interpret both the chi-square and the Cramer’s V. What do these two
statistics tell us about the Minneapolis Police Department? What do these two statistics tell us about racial
disparities (if any) in citations?
Bachman, R. & Paternoster, R. (2016). Statistics for criminology and criminal justice (4th ed.).
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

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