Research question Surviving with unemployment benefits, Family A everyone in th

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Research question
Surviving with unemployment benefits, Family A everyone in the family still working,
Family B’s with one individual who still has a job and the other members doesn’t and Family C’s all the members of the family without jobs, during Covid-19 pandemic.
What is your independent variable? Choose ONE. This is what the researcher (you) is manipulating/adding/subtracting/controlling…AKA the treatment effect.
Define your independent variable as specifically as possible
Your IV must have at least 3 levels…so you would have to conduct an ANOVA
Between-Subjects or Repeated Measures = totally up to you
What is your dependent variable? Choose as many as you want. (Remember, more DVs more analyses!) This is what you are measuring.
Give a SPECIFIC explanation of how it is going to be measured (survey, scale, units of measurement, etc).
State a specific and clear hypothesis of the relationship you predict between the IV and the DV.
Example: IV = gallons of ice cream; DV = Olga’s weight (measured in pounds)
It is predicted that Olga’s weight will increase if she continues to eat a gallon of ice cream per day. By eating more gallons of ice cream, it is expected that Olga’s weight in pounds will increase.
Another type of research analysis you may use is a CORRELATION.
You can use a correlation if you plan to gather your data using a survey where participants self-report their answers.
This design is NOT experimental, however, because you, as the researcher, are NOT in control of the independent variable.
This design DOES allow you to look at relationships or patterns between variables, but you cannot determine the CAUSE of these patterns using this design.
Correlation does NOT equal causation.
Part 3: Data Analysis
Which type of analysis are you going to use to analyze your data?
What does it mean (in relation to your specific hypothesis) if your F is significant?
If you plan to use a correlation analysis, please let me know so we can talk about the proper analysis.
Are you going to conduct post-hoc tests? If yes, which one? Why?
Which groups (pairs) of the levels of the IV are you going to compare?
Write a conclusion rejecting the null hypothesis and what it means for your experiment.
Part 4: References
Include all your references on a separate page at the back of your essay. You can use your APA manual for proper formatting OR visit: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/05/ (Links to an external site.).

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