Project #27456 - Psych

Before You Read My Assignment......

Only a page is necessary for this assignment. I will not be accepting absurd prices for a page of work. 


How would you examine your research question from a qualitative perspective? Take the broad research question that you developed in THE TOPIC OF ROAD RAGE! and answer the following: 

  1. Identify and describe your research method in general terms (e.g., ethnographic field study, single case study). Why did you make this choice?
  2. Describe your sampling, observation and/or interview strategies, diaries and data reduction procedures.
  3. Describe the kind of relationship you intend to have with the informants. Will you be hidden, neutral, collaborative, or action-driven?
  4. If you will develop or adopt instruments, describe them and the process of development/adoption, revisions, etc. These instruments may go as appendixes of your proposal.
  5. Describe your intended data analysis procedures such as narratives, coding and interpretation. Indicate computer programs that will be used, if relevant



Writing Matters

Having effective writing skills is a fundamental expectation for college graduates and a key to academic and professional success. Writing is an essential life skill. Every college course or study you take is an opportunity to develop great writing skills.

Writing is an outcome of learning, or a way to demonstrate what you have learned. As important, it is also a way to learn and to examine your own thinking. The written assignments in this course enable you to deepen your understanding of important concepts and to sharpen your intellectual skills of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and application.

Expectations for Written Assignments

Here are the writing ground rules for this course:

  • ï‚·  All Research Journal assignments for this course must be submitted in final, polished form when you submit them. That means they must be focused, well developed, well organized and technically correct (proper citation format, grammar, word usage, spelling and punctuation). Note that your writing process may start out fluid and open-ended and become more disciplined. And, your starting draft may look quite different from your final draft.

  • ï‚·  Workshop posts may be a bit more informal, but still must be relevant, clear, coherent, in substantially good form, and cite your sources.

  • ï‚·  Reference materials must be primarily scholarly or academic sources, rather than popular sources.

  • ï‚·  Any and all sources must be cited correctly so that your academic integrity is not called into question and you give proper credit to your sources. Please read the SUNY Empire State College Statement on Academic Integrity before submitting any work for this course.

  • ï‚·  All references and citations of source materials must be in APA (American Psychological Association) format. Empire State College Library information on APA Style for citing source materials.


    There are many resources that can help you develop your writing and related academic skills and successfully complete written assignments:

  • ï‚·  Resources for locating reference materials Be sure to consult the companion guide Tools for Library Research.

  • ï‚·  Resources for developing and polishing writing skills, approaching different kinds of writing, checking points of grammar, etc.:

o The Writing Resource Center provides writing resources developed by Empire State College and the Genesee Valley Writing Program.

o Empire State College’s Writer’s Complex offers writing tips and assistance.

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o College writing texts
o A dictionary
o The spell check feature on your computer software but watch out for words that may

pass the spell check even when they are incorrect (e.g., their/there).
o The grammar check feature on your software These can help on major issues, but are

sometimes wrong on finer points.

  • ï‚·  Individual tutoring and assistance with writing and other assignments through the online

    SmartThinking service.

  • ï‚·  Individual support and guidance on available resources related to study skills, writing, math and

    statistics, critical thinking, information literacy, peer tutoring, etc., through CDL’s Office of Academic Support. 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 04/14/2014 12:00 am
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