Qualitative or quantitative paper/research required (Use statistics and numbers or facts and figures in your paper)
Ã¼ Apply Statistics, numbers, research
Ã¼ Primary Sources explained
Ã¼ APA Formatting(Do not use the word â€œIâ€, do not use opinions in papers do not use â€œweâ€ or pronouns)
Ã¼ APA Sample Paper
Write a 5 page paper (8 in total-cover page and reference page), you can go over
Ã˜ The paper MUST follow APA format or it is unacceptable.
Ã˜ (See APA chart I posted or email me for the APA style chart) You can also type in APA formatting on any www/yahoo.com engine)
Ã˜ You must do research use journals, articles and these may help:
Â§ Use http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=5000477347 for help
Â§ www.questia.com or any search engine will find articles and journals in the field
Â§ there are many other places in the library to find articles and journals as well as searching on the Internet.
Ã˜ You must use JOURNALS to cite from and utilize in your paper.
Ã˜ You must form a research paper and do not use opinions. Apply the research and how you can improve the current state of affairs.
Ã˜ Define or look up these types of research so you can understand the procedure for the paper
o QUALITATIVE PAPER:
Â§ Qualitative research is one of the two major approaches to research methodology in social sciences. Qualitative research involves an in depth understanding of human behavior and the reasons that govern human behavior. Unlike quantitative research, qualitative research relies on reasons behind various aspects of behavior. Simply put, it investigates the why and how of decision making, as compared to what, where, and when of quantitative research. Hence, the need is for smaller but focused samples rather than large random samples. From which, qualitative research categorizes data into patterns as the primary basis for organizing and reporting results.
o QUANTITATIVE PAPER:
Â§ Quantitative research is the systematic scientific investigation of quantitative properties and phenomena and their relationships. Quantitative research is widely used in both the natural and social sciences, from physics and biology to sociology and journalism. The objective of quantitative research is to develop and employ mathematical models, theories and hypotheses pertaining to natural phenomena. The process of measurement is central to quantitative research because it provides the fundamental connection between empirical observation and mathematical expression of quantitative relationships. The term quantitative research is most often used in the social sciences in contrast to qualitative research.