Select your favorite genre of music, or another one that interests you, and explore it, sociologically. First, describe the music genre and its categorization. Second, explore the music by identifying sociological patterns. For example, you might examine more specific variables such as age, gender, race, socioeconomic status or social class, and education level. You could include observations about some general patterns of the music genre such as hairstyles, clothing, dance styles, language, themes in music or other characteristics of culture/subcultures. Third, identify a research topic you would like to study that is relative to the music genre. In other words, pose a research question. Then, explain how you would answer it by identifying which methodology presented in Chapter 2 of your textbook (e.g. experiment, interview, survey, historical/archival, ethnography, secondary data analysis etc.) would be most appropriate. You’ll want to include the reason your methodological choice is a better option than other ones for answering your research question. You can do this by comparing/contrasting its advantages and disadvantages in relation to other options.