Venezuelan Crisis

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RESEARCH TOPIC: How has the shift in power affected the Venezuelan people?

Although the majority of the Venezuelan population voted for a change in power, there have been many negative consequences for a major portion of the population; therefore, something must be done for the population that is being denied access to medication, suffering from inflation of every day needs, and wrongfully imprisoned.

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1 Research Design – Pols 308 5 December 2018 THE VENEZUELAN CRISIS RESEARCH TOPIC: How has the shift in power affected the Venezuelan people? Although the majority of the Venezuelan population voted for a change in power, there have been many negative consequences for a major portion of the population; therefore, something must be done for the population that is being denied access to medication, suffering from inflation of every day needs, and wrongfully imprisoned. • • • Recently Elected President ▪ The life before the change in power of Venezuela ▪ Lack of Checks and Balances Healthcare changes ▪ Denial of medication ▪ Strict limitations on who gets medication and how much they receive. Inflation of everyday needs ▪ Shifts in prices o Oil o Food o Banking • Wrongful imprisonment ▪ Politicians ▪ University Students 2 A research design is a plan; it is a well-researched and coherent proposal to investigate social and/or spatial phenomena. In this assignment capping off the course, you will submit a full research proposal (approximately 10-15 pages of text [excluding title page, references, appendices with questionnaires, maps, etc.]). In this proposal, you will demonstrate your research design skills by incorporating into your proposal the principles and methods addressed in your readings and lecture notes. Simply put, apply what you have learned. Your research design ought to include both the concepts and language you have explored in the readings and lectures. Your research design must include, but is not necessarily limited to, sections addressing an introduction to your research topic and its importance; research questions and/or theoretically derived hypothesis, and explanation of how the proposed research will add to our existing base of knowledge; literature review; conceptualization and operationalization of your research questions/hypotheses; proposed data sources and methods to be employed to collect that data; expected methods to be employed in testing your hypothesis/addressing your research questions; potential ethical issues involved in your research; and references. Note that the actual collection of data, testing of the hypothesis/answering the research questions, summary of findings, and written conclusions will not be completed in this class. Please note that this is a formal paper and as such the writing and citation system must be consistent throughout. ...
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