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Please use the following link to download the pdf of the article by Moyer et al. ?Our stories are powerful?: The use of youth storytelling in policy advocacy to combat the school-to-prison pipeline (2020). The article describes how a qualitative study informed policy-making that supports youth who are vulnerable to the school-to-prison pipeline. For this extra credit assignment, please read the article, and answer each part of the questions below. https://arizona-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/f/1h28lag/TN_cdi_proquest_journals_2509029100

Reference

Moyer, J. S., Warren, M. R., & King, A. R. (2020). ?Our stories are powerful?: The use of youth storytelling in policy advocacy to combat the school-to-prison pipeline. Harvard Educational Review, 90(2), 172?194. https://doi.org/10.17763/1943-5045-90.2.172

Please identify 3 key concepts we learned in class this week (Topic 12: Qualitative Research Methods) that you found the researchers in this article used for the qualitative research described in the article. A key concept can be a theory, an approach, and/or a technique for data collection or analysis that we discussed in our lecture.
In a sentence or two, please briefly explain how the authors applied each key concept to their research.
Please write a brief 100 word (max) response/reflection to this reading on qualitative research.