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Write a 1,050-word essay in which you describe the study based on the major headings used in the article. Make sure your essay includes answers to these questions: The article is attached to the question with the citiations.
* What is a literature review? What does it do?
* What terms are defined?
* How many hypotheses are there?
* Where does the Research Methodology appear in the study?
* How many cases or subjects were there in the study?
* How many hypotheses were supported by the data?
* Where are the “conclusions” given in the research paper?
(You will likely be baffled by the statistical analyses used on the data collected by the researchers unless you have had a few courses in statistics. You can skip this section of the study.)
Finally, analyze what you learned about the study. Based on what you have read in our course content, was this study well designed? Why or why not? Make sure to support all your claims with directly quoted, summarized and paraphrased material from your course resources that you have properly cited with APA-style in-text citations and end-of-text references.
Research Study Analysis Rubric
Yes / No
List the studyâ€™s elements
What is a literature review? What does it do? Explain.
List the terms that are defined
Where does the Research Methodology appear in the study? How many cases or subjects were there in the study?
How many hypotheses are there? They are usually written H1, H2, H3, etc.
Where are the “conclusions” given in the research paper?
Based on what you have read in the course content, was this study well designed? Why or why not?