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Prepare a 2-page outline of your Research Proposal. The outline should provide an overview of the main elements of your proposal. It should include:An introductionA brief statement of purposeThe rationale for conducting the studyYour hypotheses and research questionsMethods (participants, procedures, materials, instruments), and appropriate statistical test(s) for data analysisList of at least three relevant articles for the proposalNote: Students are not to solicit human subjects and gather data.
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Research Proposal
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Research Proposal
Develop an original research study proposal and describe it in detail in a 10-12 page (APA style)
paper. Include at least 10 scholarly references in your proposal. Use the following outline as a
guide when writing your paper. Be sure to include detailed information on all of the topics listed
below and use headings to organize your thoughts.
1. Statement of the problem: Introduce the reader to the problem to be studied. Provide
sufficient background information such that the reader has a grasp of the situation and its
importance.
2. Review of the literature: Provide the reader with a review of most relevant literature,
beginning with general information, and narrowing the focus to the specific issues under
consideration in the study.
3. Purpose of the study: Identify why the study that you are proposing is needed.
4. Hypotheses or research questions: List them as simple statements. Make sure they are
measurable.
5. Definition of terms: Operationally define terms the average reader may not know, or that
have a specific meaning in your study.
6. Assumptions: Identify issues you assume to be true in order for your study to be valid.
7. Research methods and procedures
a. Population: Describe the population sample to be studied
b. Procedure: Discuss how the study will be carried out.
c. Instruments: Describe the specific measurements (instruments) to be used to test
each hypothesis (research question).
d. Data Analysis: Describe the procedures you intend to use to analyze the data
produced from your instruments, and how that would answer the hypotheses
(research questions).
a. Discussion: Since you are only proposing (not conducting) a research study, you
will not have results; however, you can discuss potential outcomes. Review your
hypothesis and discuss how this study will address it. For example, if the results
allow you to reject the null hypothesis, what are the implications? What would happen
if you fail to reject the null hypothesis? Discuss the implications of your proposed
study, the limitations of your study, and future research ideas and directions.
b. Since you are only proposing (not conducting) a research study, you will not have
results; however, you can discuss potential outcomes. Review your hypothesis and
discuss how this study will address it. For example, if the results allow you to reject
the null hypothesis, what are the implications? What would happen if you fail to reject
the null hypothesis? Discuss the implications of your proposed study, the limitations
of your study, and future research ideas and directions.
8. Implications: Provide a brief summary of your proposal and a powerful statement as to
how your study would advance the field.
9. References: Include at least 10 scholarly sources in your Reference section. Be sure to
use APA style throughout your paper.
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