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Project Proposal Group Paper

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Cynthia-Lou Coleman

on 20 November 2013

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Transcript of Project Proposal Group Paper

INTRODUCTION
Step 1
LITERATURE
Step 3
CONCEPTS & HYPOTHESES
Step 4
Step 5
PROPOSED METHODS
Project Proposal Group Paper
PROBLEM & OBJECTIVES
Step 2
Write 2-3 paragraphs that introduce readers to your project
Root the study in real life: why is this research important? Why should readers care?

What theories inform your study?
Synthesize the concept papers into a coherent description of how the literature and concepts inform your study
Use subheads
Appoint an editor
Use methods literature review to ground and justify your study. Elements include:
1. Selection of subjects
2. Measurement
3. Data collection
4. Analysis
5. Timeline
Show how the concepts (explained in the prior section) inform the hypotheses or research questions. Show strong linkages here and invoke construct validity

Step 6
ELEMENTS OF METHODS
1. Tie each section to your hypotheses & literature
2. Justify each step
3. Provide specific questions, content, stimuli, etc.
4. Show ethics, permissions & protections
5. Invoke reliability
Step 7
CONCLUSIONS
Limitations
Conclusions & Justification
Bibliography
Appendix
Give yourself a hand
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