Identify and describe the problem’s various components Introduce your research topic in enough detail to “educate” the reader

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Identify and describe the problem’s various components Introduce your research topic in enough detail to “educate” the reader

Identify and describe the problem’s various components Introduce your research topic in enough detail to “educate” the reader

Chapter I
The Problem/Situation
Introduction
Introduce your project by telling what is important about the problem you are about to pursue, to your profession. Identify and describe the problem’s various components Introduce your research topic in enough detail to “educate” the reader. Remember the readers of your paper have no idea where you work or your problem or situation. Your ability to define the problem will determine whether you have it sharply focused. Your ability to communicate its importance concisely, in writing, will show how well you understand it.

Background of Problem/Situation
Open with what a few top experts have said about this problem in the industry. (area to use a few of the most recent experts from chapter two). Remember that the readers don’t know the recent history to this problem/situation. So you will need to bring us all “up to speed” on the history behind the topic.

Purpose of the Study
“QUANTITATIVE VERSION”
The purpose of this _____(experiment, survey) study is (was will be) to test the theory of ___that___(compares relates) the _____(independent variable) to the ____(dependent variable), controlling for _____(control variables) for _____(participants) at ____(research site). The independent variable(s) _____will be defined as _____(provide a definition). The dependent variable(s) will be defined as _____(provide a definition), and the control and intervening variable(s) will be defined as _____(provide a definition).

“QUALITATIVE VERSION”
The purpose of this _____(experiment, survey) study is (was will be) to test the theory of ___that___(compares relates) the _____(independent variable) to the ____(dependent variable), controlling for _____(control variables) for _____(participants) at ____(research site). The independent variable(s) _____will be defined as _____(provide a definition). The dependent variable(s) will be defined as _____(provide a definition), and the control and intervening variable(s) will be defined as _____(provide a definition).
What do you hope to accomplish in this study Future tense in proposal, past tense in finished study. This tense change applied to entire proposal and final study.

Questions to be Answered (or research objective)
I recommend that you limit your questions or objectives to 3. Because each of these questions or objectives will become subheading in your Chapter IV and you will need to provide “data for analysis” for each of the subheading.

Assumptions
What are your assumptions (i.e. must the economy be strong for your new business venture to work Or, will the EEO laws have to be enforced for this study to work)

Theoretical framework
Refer to the theoretical framework within which your questions resides, this will be fully developed in Chapter II. What theory or rationale will your study follow (i.e. will Maslow’s Theory of Motivation be the basis of your study Or, is the rationale that the study showed a certain trend in businesses in California and you want to determine if the same is true in Florida)

Definition of Terms
Define all words that are unique to your industry and are not universally understood by everyone who will read your paper.

Scope of the Study
What is the scope (size, location, numbers) for your study, need a good picture of what you are looking at.
Chapter II
Review of Related Literature
Historical & General Background
What is this history on this topic in the professional journals What do the local or industry “experts” say Good place to use references older than five years!
EVERY PARAGRAPH IN THIS CHAPTER MUST BE FROM A REFERENCED EXPERT (peer reviewed, coached or professional journal. Some books can be used when using the seminal study). A Good Chapter Two is at least 10 pages of 20 experts cited. See syllabus!!

Existing Studies
Establish the possible need for this study and the likelihood for obtaining meaningful results.

Methodology
Acquaint readers with existing studies relative to what research methodologies have been utilized. Provide enough detail to establish the utility of this methodology in your specific topic.

Instrumentation
Acquaint readers with existing studies relative to what instrumentation has been utilized. Provide enough detail to establish the utility of this instrument in your specific topic.

Statistical Approach
Acquaint readers with existing studies relative to what statistical models have been utilized. Provide enough detail to establish the utility of this/these model(s) in your specific topic.

Significant Studies
Find the most significant study that closely mirrors your problem/situation and establish the possible need for this study and the likelihood for obtaining meaningful results.

Summary of Literature Reviewed
Focusing on your research question, review what is already known and documented. Define every term and concept you are about to use, showing how it is derived from existing literature. (Your own words, don’t need to cite experts in this one subheading).
Chapter III
Methodology/Procedures
Research Methodology
What methodology from chapter II will you use for your study

Instrumentation
What instrument are you going to use (important: many questionnaires/surveys are copyrighted . . . you will need to receive permission or create your own questionnaire or survey) This subheading is not required for studies using preexisting data.

Field Procedures
How will you distribute your instrument This subheading is not required for studies using preexisting data.

Sample
Describe the target population, sampling frame, and sampling methods, along with any selection criteria for participants or records. Also include a description of how the participants and/or records will be accessed.

Data Collection and Recording Procedures
How will your instrument be returned This subheading is not required for studies using preexisting data.

Data Processing and Analysis Procedures
How will you analyze your data What type of statistical model are you utilizing

Methodological Assumptions
What are the assumptions you have to make with this methodology (i.e. in a survey you have to assume that they will answer your questions honestly, they know how to read, etc.)

Methodological Limitations
What are the limitations of this method (i.e. with preexisting data you are limited by the age of the data.)
Ethical Considerations
Include this section if there are any “special circumstances” related to your study, if there is a need to discuss potential benefits and risks, or if there is a need to discuss safeguards used to minimize risk.
Chapter IV
Findings
(Presented as what needs to be in this chapter, NOT titles of subheadings. STRONGLY recommend you use your questions from Chapter I as subheadings)
1) Findings are presented in tables or charts
2) Findings reported with respect to furnishing evidence for each question asked
3) Appropriate headings are established to correspond to each main question
4) Factual information kept separate from interpretation, inference, and evaluation (keep very brief, will be expanded in Chapter V, under Summary heading)
In an orderly way, tell about your findings. Interpret the data you collected and present it logically, and in a form that is truly illuminating with respect to the research question you raised. Resolve any inconsistencies or contradictions. Explain what you expected to find that you did, what surprised you, what patterns and relationships emerged. Use charts, tables and graphs to clarify your points, and refer to them!
Chapter V
Summary, Conclusion, Recommendations
Summary
What does the data in Chapter IV “show” you

Conclusions
With what the data indicates in Chapter IV and the experts have demonstrated in Chapter II, what are your conclusions

Recommendations
And, recommendations
Recommend specific actions steps, based on your findings that should be taken to address the problem discussed in Chapter I. Specifically, who should do what, when, and how should they do it. Recommendation a further study that you believe exists, as a result of your research.

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