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For this paper you will write a formal research paper introduction (including proper citations), a methods section, and a references section.
Introduction: Begin to write down questions based on the topic, contraception. Those help to guide your introduction composition. When you answer a question by finding an appropriate reference (*), you will use an in-text citation to note the source as you write your own original composition of the information. Make sure to use your own words, and quotations only sparingly.
– Funnel shaped, from broad concepts towards specific questions that will be addressed by the research.
-*In-text citations that are appropriate for investigating the concepts should include 2 review papers, and 2 empirical research articles.
-Introduction should be 3-5 paragraphs, composed in a professional and impartial manner.
-Introduction should include why this research is important, how it has never been covered before, what will specifically be investigated, where/when the research will be conducted. The reason for your choices should be clear. Make sure to include a thorough background.
– The funnel shape of the introduction should lead to a specific hypothesis being addressed by the researcher
Methods: You will create a real methods section for an empirical research article. The best way to do this is to start composing it on your own, and then begin reading other articles. From them you will get ideas about what could be added to your methods section. You will create a 10-20 question survey to investigate an area of interest. Think about when/where/how/why of the research, to make sure that your questions are answered. Also think about how/when/where/who you want to ask the questions. Make sure to have at least 3 types of questions (ex: not all questions an be rating scales from 1-5). Make sure to include N/A and “Other” answer choices only where appropriate.
-Clearly formatted like a research article methods section, including scientific tone.
-Subjects, sample size, age, demographics, randomization, statistical methods, software/hardware used, blind/double blind methods, anonymizing subjects
-Does the section lead reader through how the research will be conducted, and clarify all set up to the degree that someone else could replicated
-A survey will be included in this section, with all answer choices shown. Does the researcher consider all possible answers? Can the data be analyzed the way it was collected and answered? Are the questions all one type of answer, or are multiple answers, drop down menus, essay or short answer questions, rating scales, etc included? The survey is composed of clear questions that can’t be interpreted as a different question.
-What type of statistical analysis will be used? Will you calculate a percentage of responses and use a pie chart?