|Due By (Pacific Time)||12/17/2016 08:00 pm|
Student presents a thorough and detailed background to the topic and problem that identifies why the study is important, how the study relates to previous research on the topic/problem, and gives the reader a firm sense of why his/her study is going to address and why. It is a brief, broad overview. Several sources and examples support thinking.
2. Problem Statement: (will provide after offer is accepted)
Student presents a thorough and detailed problem statement that includes four specific components: the hook, anchor, general business problem, and specific business problem and is a maximum of 150 words. Several sources and examples support thinking.
Business Problem Statement
Hook: (a wow statement that is supported with a peer reviewed article/government citation that meets the 85% rule)
Anchor: (includes a number to demonstrate a problem exists - supported with a peer reviewed article/government citation that meets the 85% rule)
The general business problem is that some (who? i.e. hiring managers, front line supervisors, etc.) in (identify the type of business, i.e., call center, etc.)___ are being negatively affected by _(the phenomenon__ which results in __(negative consequence, loss of profitability, employee turnover, etc.) ______ for the business.
The specific business problem is that some ____(who)____in (type of business)___ lacks a ___(strategy or knowledge)______to ___________________________( see general business problem).
3. Purpose Statement: (will provide)
Student presents a thorough and detailed purpose statement (200 words maximum) that identifies the research method, the research design, independent and dependent variables (for quantitative/mixed methods), specific population group, geographic location, and the contribution to social change is described. Several sources and examples support thinking.
Ex: Purpose Statement (will provide)
The purpose of this _(method) __(design)__ for this proposed study is to __(explore (if qualitative) or/ and examine (if quantitative) ______________________for __(whom)__ to _____(do what)______________(use verbiage from specific business problem statement. NOTE: quantitative studies must also include 1 dependent variable ___ and 2 independent variables ______ and ____.The data from this study might contribute to social change by ____.
4. Central research question (qualitative) or research question(s) (quantitative):
Student presents a central research question (qualitative) or research questions (quantitative/mixed methods) that align to the problem statement. If quantitative or mixed methods study, hypotheses are identified with research questions. There are no errors.
Ex: Research question: Craft verbiage from specific business problem (i.e. what Strategies can (who) use to ____(see specific business problem).
5. Theoretical/Conceptual Framework:
Student presents a thorough and detailed theoretical or conceptual framework that includes the name of the framework, name of the theorist (if applicable), lists key concepts, identifies key propositions, and identifies application to his/her study. Several sources and examples support thinking.
Some sample conceptual frameworks include (a) systems theory, (b) disruptive innovation theory, and (c) transformational leadership theory. Be sure to (a) name the conceptual framework (b) name the theorist (if applicable), (c) list key concepts of the conceptual framework, (d) identify any key propositions, and (e) identify application to your study.
For Theory Remember these.
What is the theory for the study, who is the theorist, when was it found/date of the theory and how does it apply to your study.
(a) why the study is of value to business/social impact,
(b) how the study will contribute to the effective practice of business,
and (c) how the results might contribute to positive social change and improvement of business practice.
Express implications of social change in terms of tangible improvements to individuals, communities, organizations, institutions, cultures, or societies.
6. Significance of the Study:
Student presents a thorough and detailed significance of the study section that discusses why the study is of value to business, how the study may contribute to effective practice of business, and identifies how the results might contribute to social change. Several sources and examples support thinking.
7. Minimum of 5 peer-reviewed references:
Student identifies 10 or more peer-reviewed references in proper APA format in his/her Reference section. All references are correctly formatted, current, and relevant to study. There are no errors.
*wiukd like to work with a writer with experience helping others complete a proposal such as the above. Will provide various elements of this proposal such as the problem and purpose statements. Critical elements needed are background, questions, framework and significance of study for this order. Example attached and can provide feedback to writer once writer bid in order. The subject of the proposal is ethical practices. Thanks
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