Research Journal/Log: We may consider our everyday life a constant opportunity for experimentation, data collection/analysis, theory development, and application of research findings. Toward maintaining a greater consciousness of this, you will be required to maintain a journal/log that records, analyzes, and discusses at least one research-related item each week. These items can be based on work experiences, media stories, polling, etc. that relate to research—e.g., method/accuracy of reporting results, conclusions drawn, actions taken, etc. You are to describe the item, give examples as appropriate/necessary, analyze the situation, and discuss its significance in terms of research propriety, effectiveness, etc.
This means, the writer will have to create a research journal with 12 journal entries on the following research topics covered in class:
Human Inquiry, Research, and Theory
Ethics and Politics of Research
Design and Measurement
Note: This is a master’s-level, introductory class. This means that entries should not be highly technical (no formulas, or graphs) The emphasis is on applying research theories and concepts to everyday life events. The writer may use his or her discretion in selecting events, although the more general they are, the better.
The entries should refer to the time starting from January 21 until April 21 and there should be one for each week. (12 total). Example:
ALSO- Information should be used from either The Practice of Social Research by Earl Babbie (13th edition) and/or Stripping the Dread from the Data by Charles Wheelan (2012).
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