Part #1: Introduction: Lead in to the topic that is interesting State the hypoth


Part #1:
Introduction:
Lead in to the topic that is interesting
State the hypothesis
State why the results may be important
Literature Review:
State why you expect to get a particular result based on theory, not evidence/observations
State why you might wrong and get the opposite result. Again, based on theory, not evidence.
State why the two variables may not be related very strongly at all. Again, based on theory, not evidence/observations.
State what previous researchers found-their results-(evidence based observation) the support the particular result you expect to get.
State what previous researchers found-their results-(evidence based observation) the support the particular result you expect to get.
State what previous researchers found-their results-(evidence based observation) the support the particular result you expect to get.
Part #2: (Research Design)
1. What kind of research designs are you proposing to collect in your study (for example classical experiment study, survey, field research, or unobtrusive research)? May choose a combination of different designs.
2. How are you going to collect your data by using this research design I want all the detail information and a step-by-step research procedure you need to discuss the research procedure separately if you’re using different research designs for different populations.
3. What are your justifications? Why Do you want to collect your daddy using this particular research design? Props of survey, experimental study, field research, or content analysis. For example, self administrated survey is good for large population and sample and it is more expensive and less time consuming.
These two assignments need to be seperate but still discussing the same paper overall. When finished, ifpossible, can you please make sure that they are labeled seperately.


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