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Research design
Methods of data collection
Sampling
Data analysis
Variables
The process of writing a literature review
The purpose of an annotated bibliography
The research process
The writing process
A research statement describing the intention of your research
A hypothesis
Identification of the variables being studied
A description of your target population and sample
A description of how you will measure the independent variable (what you are planning to study)
A description of how you will collect and analyze your data
Explain whether you will conduct a quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods study. Explain why you chose that design
A discussion related to the reliability and validity of your research design
A discussion around the ethics and considerations related to your plan and any precautions you would need to take to protect your participants