In Part 1 of your research proposal, you established the need for further study in your literature review and mapped out your problem statement, research question, and methodological approach. Now you expand on that foundation by including your plans for sampling, data collection, and ethical and cultural considerations.
You also do a bit of reflection in Part 2—first by anticipating the results of your study and what you’d expect to find, and second by reflecting on the research process and what you have learned. For instance, to what extent has your understanding of research deepened? Does the research process seem more valuable now after having built your own proposal? Consider these questions as you complete your full research proposal, adding information to the Part 2 sections.
Review the Learning Resources on measurement, data collection, and bias-free language.
Access and reflect on Part 1 of your research proposal.
Consider what you have learned about research by conceptualizing and planning a research study in this manner. Anticipate what the proposed study’s results might be.
Add content to Part 2 of your Research Proposal document.
By Day 7
Submit the second part of your research proposal including the following sections in 2 to 3 pages:
Sampling and Sampling Method (1–2 paragraphs)
Data Collection (1 paragraph)
Ethics and Cultural Considerations (1–2 paragraphs)
What ethical and/or cultural issues need to be considered? How will you address those issues in your study?
Discussion (1 paragraph)
If you were to conduct the study, what would you expect the results to show? What would you do if the data didn’t align with your expectations?
Reflection (1 paragraph)
What did you learn about research through this process?
Make sure to include appropriate APA citations and a reference list.
The 6 resrouces I wanted to be use is attched to the file uploader with the perviously research proposal.
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