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Per RFP guidelines, there needs to be left and right margins of 1 inch. Also, the paragraph indentations need to be a consistent length for each paragraph.
[Make sure this is not the hypothesis. Generally not a complete sentence]
Principal Investigator [This is you]
Abstract [150-200 word indented summary of your proposal and in smaller font
II. Literature Review
VI References Cited
[This is the first 1-2 paragraphs and should establish why the topic is interesting and important. The last couple of sentences in the Introduction should briefly describe both research methods (qualitative and quantitative) which will be used in the proposed study.Define key terms.]
II. Literature Review
[What are the most important sources on this topic?
What are the main past findings, debates or theories on this topic and how do they relate to the research being proposed?
Purpose of the proposed study–Hypothesis or guiding research questions.]
subheaders should not be as prominent as headers] Remember that you are describing a proposed study (your own!!) and who will be selected to be sampled. There are no data to report since the research has not yet begun. What is the proposed study population? Its sampling frame? The proposed sampling method to be used to select the sample? What is the intended sample size you are aiming for
[Who or what (such as in content analysis) is going to be studied?
How are they going to be selected?
Here you need to describe the two variables (independent and dependent) which form your research hypothesis. Each one needs to be clearly defined, boundaries established and categories within each one clearly articulated.
[How will the variables be measured?
how will you be collecting your qualitative and quantitative data? One paragraph each is needed for each of these methods. There also needs to be a third paragraph on potential ethical issues and how the proposed study will have built in safeguards and protocols to address them
[How will the data collection be carried out?
Are there any ethical issues, and if so how are they to be addressed?]
no table and no data as again no research has yet been conducted in a research proposal. Once the qualitative and quantitative have been conducted in your study, how will they be analyzed?
[What kind of data analysis will be done? For example, will there be tables and graphs? Will it be a qualitative analysis looking for patterns and themes? ]
Limitations of the proposed study need to be discussed in one paragraph, and potential [positive] implications of the proposed study in the second paragraph; who/what might benefit from this research being conducted?
[Limitations of this proposed research]
[Implications of the potential results ]
VI. References Cited
Identify at least eight scholarly publications having to do with your proposal topic. Scholarly means that it is published in a peer-reviewed journal. Full citations of scholarly articles include volume/edition numbers and page numbers. That means that newspaper and magazine articles do not count nor do popular books. Do not include dissertations, book reviews or presentations at conferences. Articles must be from 2011 to the present