The Effects of Gender on Bullying

WORD DOC COPY TO BE USED IN PSYC 6310 AND FOR DRAFTS

 

Instructions

Type information in the shaded fields; the fields will expand to accept your text. Please present your responses in text format rather than bulleted points.

 

Move to the next field by pressing the tab key. Some fields have “Help” boxes that will provide you guidance on entering appropriate information. To access this information, tab to the shaded field (or place your cursor over the shaded area and click your mouse); then press the F1 key.

 

Please cite a minimum of five references. Make sure you include some current references (those that have been published in the last five years).

 

If you have any questions about this form, please contact either your Research Design Instructor (if you are currently in PSYC 6310), or your thesis/dissertation chair (if you are registered in thesis or dissertation research).

 

 

 

Name:                                                                                         Date:      

 

Select a Specialization:  note: because this is in WORD, you cannot “drop down” – thus, do not worry about this section.

 

Research  Title:

 

Introduction to Your Area of Interest:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “Since through your study you will become a partner in the conversation on your general topic, give a brief summary of what is already said about the topic and what gap in the conversation you intend to fill. Please cite references as appropriate.”

(maximum of 125 words; press F1 for additional guidance – note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

Theory/Theories or Conceptual Framework(s) Related to the Area of Inquiry:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “Provide the theory that will be informing/guiding your research  (quantitative) or how theory will be used in your research (qualitative). For mixed methods describe how theory will be used for both aspects (cite references).”

(maximum of 125 words; press F1 for additional guidance– note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

Purpose of Your Research:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “Provide a narrative of the purpose of your research.”

(maximum of 100 words; press F1 for additional guidance– note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

Your Proposed Research Approach/Methodology:

Check one

 students ONLY  – Critical Literature Review with Proposed Quantitative Study
 students ONLY  – Critical Literature Review with Proposed Qualitative Study
 students ONLY  – Critical Literature Review with Proposed Mixed Methods Study
Quantitative Study
Qualitative Study
Mixed Methods Study

 

 

Describe Your Proposed Design:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “Describe your design. For example, survey research, Quasi-experimental, true experimental, single-subject design, case method, in-depth interviews, observations, etc. For mixed methods studies, describe both the quantitative and qualitative components.”

(maximum of 100 words; press F1 for additional guidance– note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

Your Proposed Research Population and How You Would Draw Upon this Population for your Research Inquiry:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “Define the sample you propose to study and its characteristics. Also give context as appropriate, for example city characteristics, organizational characteristics, etc.”

(maximum of 100 words; press F1 for additional guidance– note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

Examples of Research Data That May Be Collected:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “For quantitative data give an example of the types of measures you might use to study your variables of interest. For qualitative data, state the types of data that would be collected or “coded.”

(maximum of 50 words; press F1 for additional guidance– note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

Social Change Implications:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “Describe how your study will contribute to the  University’s mission of instigating positive social change.”

(maximum of 100 words; press F1 for additional guidance– note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

Other Information About Your Research Proposal:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “If you have any other information about your proposed research, you may share that information here. Include anything that may help the faculty better understand your proposed research.”

(maximum of 100 words; press F1 for additional guidance– note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

References:

In the form, pressing F1 gives you this: “Cite a minimum of five references here.”

(press F1 for additional guidance– note: because this is in WORD you cannot use the F1 key, however all text is typed above)

 

 

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