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I. Title - The title should accurately and concisely describe the content of the study. It should be on a separate page with your name, the name of your peer reviewers, and other relevant data. II. Introductory Section Literature Review - The literature review sets the stage for the proposal. It should introduce the reader to the topic of interest and build a theoretical context for the study. Relevant research evidence should be cited, reviewed, and synthesized. The literature review should conclude with a justification for the study based upon the literature cited. In essence, you should write this section as a very focused research paper. This section requires no heading. (Note: All of the following sections have headings. See APA manual for appropriate levels of headings.) Research Problem - The problem statement provides the focus of the study. It is a general statement of the fundamental research problems to be addressed in your proposal. The research problem should be grounded in the literature which you have reviewed and stated such that the reader can easily determine whether the study is descriptive, experimental, or correlational in nature. Hypotheses or Goals- Hypotheses (if appropriate) are your predictions of the outcomes of the study. They should be based upon your review of related literature, not on unsupported speculation. Your methodology will be designed to test these predictions. State your research hypotheses here; not the null form. For descriptive and nonexperimental studies, you may state the goals/purposes of the study here. Operational Definitions - All variables and other terms with special or significant meaning to the proposed study should be defined in relation to your proposed study. Operational definitions should be precise enough to allow replication of the study. III. Method - The following five sections come under the main heading of "Method". Participants - Identify the participants in the proposed study. Include information regarding population, sampling procedures, and descriptive and demographic data. Include information regarding steps that you will take to ensure that participants are given informed consent. Include a copy of your informed consent letter in the appendix. Instrumentation/Dependent Variables - Methods for measuring all dependent variables or other variables of interest should be clearly described in this section. If psychological or educational tests are to be used, their use should be fully justified (i.e., reliability and validity information must be presented). If other means are used to collect data, procedures should be described in detail. Treatment or Procedure - If the proposed study is experimental/quasi-experimental in nature, the treatment or intervention phase of the study should be described in this section. Method of assignment to treatment groups should be described here, as well. If the proposed study is descriptive, correlational, causal-comparative, or qualitative in nature, this section should be entitled "Procedure" and all procedures completely described. In all cases, your description of methodology/procedure should be detailed enough to allow replication of the study and should describe the steps you will take to treat participants in an ethical manner. Limitations - In all cases, you must include a statement of the limitations inherent in the design of the proposed study. Include any threats to internal and external validity of the study. Be specific, naming extraneous variables and sources of bias which might influence the results as well as other sources of bias. Specify how these influences might be controlled in a follow-up study. Data Collection - In this section, circumstances surrounding the collection of data should be described. Factors to be addressed must include the answers to the questions: When?; Where?; How?; and, By whom? If descriptive data are gathered, you should describe where it will come from or how it will be determined. If data are to be gathered by others, you should describe any training procedures to be used. Data Analysis - In the final section, methods of summarizing, analyzing, and presenting your data should be described. If hypotheses have been stated, what statistical tests will be employed to test those hypotheses? IV. References and Appendices - 15 or so from solid sources, journal atricles, primary and secondary sources,periodicals,etcs.
I. Title - The title should accurately and concisely describe the content of the study. It should be on a separate page with your name, the name of your peer reviewers, and other relevant data. II. Introductory Section Literature Review - The literature review sets the stage for the proposal. It should introduce the reader to the topic of interest and build a theoretical context for the study.
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October 31, 2016
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