Inequality in the work force

Oct 1st, 2014
Price: $45 USD

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Below is just a guide of how to go about topic your discussing.


  Start your study by asking general questions:

  What is your main research question?

  What do you wish to pursue?

  Why do you wish to pursue this issue?

  Why is it important to study this topic?

Statement of The Problem

  What is the problem?

  What should be done to better understand the problem?

  What has been done by others who examined the topic of interest to you? Is there a vast literature or is it limited?

  What are the contributing or mitigating factors?

  How do you propose tackling this problem?

  What are the minor questions, which flow out of the major question that you wish to explore? Are there sub-questions that flow from your primary question? Should you address those also?

  Is your focus too broad? Too narrow?

  What is the context and background?

  Who else, besides yourself, believes that there is a problem that warrants investigating?

  Why does this—the subject or topic—matter? In other words, why should this study be conducted.

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