Proposal I (Cover sheet, Table of Contents, Introduction, Background and Bibliography)
The function of the Introduction is to:
• Establish the context of the work being reported. This is accomplished by discussing the relevant primary research literature (with citations) and summarizing our current understanding of the problem you are investigating;
• State the purpose of the work in the form of the hypothesis, question, or problem you investigated; and,
• Briefly explain your rationale and approach and, whenever possible, the possible outcomes your study can reveal.
• Statement of the Problem
• Must include the five research questions in the introduction paragraph (research questions will be written in such a manner that will allow the student to perform: Chi Square, T-test, ANOVA and Bivariate statistical procedures). Research Questions must be approved by the instructor of record. Please see the instructor for further clarification.
Quite literally, the Introduction must answer the questions, “What was I studying? Why was it an important question? What did we know about it before I did this study? How will this study advance our knowledge?”
Research Questions: Students must include Five Research Questions investigating key issues regarding the topic at the end of the introduction. Questions are formatted to analysis Chi-square, T-test, ANOVA, and Bivariate. Dependent variable for T-test, ANOVA, and Bivariate structured as a scale question.
Background information expands upon the key points stated in your introduction but is not intended to be the focus of the paper. Sufficient background information helps your reader determine if you have a basic understanding of the research problem being investigated and promotes confidence in the overall quality of your analysis and findings. This information provides the reader with the essential context needed to understand the research problem and its significance.
Depending on the problem being studied, forms of contextualization may include one or more of the following:
• Cultural — placed within the learned behavior of specific groups of people.
• Economic — of or relating to systems of production and management of material wealth and/or business activities.
• Gender — located within the behavioral, cultural, or psychological traits typically associated with being male or female.
• Historical — the time in which something takes place or was created and how that influences how you interpret it.
• Philosophical — clarification of the essential nature of being or of phenomena as it relates to the research.
Physical/Spatial — reflects the space around something and how that influences how you see it.
• Political — concerns the environment in which something is produced indicating it’s public purpose or agenda.
• Social — the environment of people that surrounds something’s creation or intended audience, reflecting how the people around something use and interpret it.
• Temporal — reflects issues or events of, relating to, or limited by time.
Background information can also include summaries of important, relevant research studies. The key is to summarize for the reader what is known about the specific research problem before you conducted your analysis. This is accomplished with a general review of the foundational research literature (with citations) that report findings that inform your study’s aims and objectives.
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