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In this section of the proposal you will include the introduction and the litera
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In this section of the proposal you will include the introduction and the litera
In this section of the proposal you will include the introduction and the literature review. The introduction should have the following. Introduction: Introducing the reader to the subject of discussion. Purpose Statement: Describes why an evaluation or problem is being proposed or was conducted including your research questions or hypothesis Literature review: The purpose of the literature review is to demonstrate your ability to research and synthesize scholarly literature and present results in a clear, systematic fashion. You must also demonstrate your ability to critically analyze various positions, compare and contrast strengths and weaknesses of extant evidence. Participants This section should include the following elements: (a) the target population or sample (to which it is hoped the findings will be applicable) should be defined, consistent with the Statement of the Problem and the Research Question(s) sections; (b) the population from which the sample will actually be drawn should be specified (this should also include demographic information such as age, gender, and ethnicity); and (c) procedures for selecting the sample should be outlined, including justification for the sampling method (i.e., sampling procedure). Instruments This section will detail each data-collection instrument (including interview guides). The relevant information pertaining to each instrument should include (a) the source or developers of the instrument, (b) validity and reliability information, and (c) other salient information (e.g., number of items in each scale, subscales). Procedures Design. The design is the actual structure or framework that provides the “when,” or time in which data will be collected (e.g., correlational approach with a predictive design). The specific type of design should be discussed and supported with a citation. Data collection procedures. Detail how the data will be collected (i.e., the methodological steps). Write this section in future tense. Convert to past tense where appropriate once data have been collected. The Procedures section is based directly on the research questions and the design of choice (i.e., this is the “how to” section of the examination) and should be written step by step in a linear fashion with a timeline. Steps pertaining to the control of issues related to internal and external validity should be discussed here. Data analysis procedures. Indicate the appropriate data analyses that will be used in the investigation. These data analyses should be based on the research questions and the research design selected for the study. Specify the procedures for reducing and coding the data. For quatitative studies, subsequent data analyses should include summary descriptive statistics and inferential statistical tests (e.g., independent or dependent t test, ANOVA, and chi-square). For qualitative studies, the procedures to be followed for the analyses must also be addressed

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