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Stages 2 & 3: Literature Review and Methodology Literature Review – Not less than five articles supporting your variables

Stages 2 & 3: Literature Review and Methodology Literature Review – Not less than five articles supporting your variables

Statistics Draft 1

Term Project Draft 1 Assignment. Follow the outline below and upload when done.

Submit the draft of the first section of your project (about 5-7 pages not including cover page, abstract, nor reference page). This assignment is due at the end of Week 4–Saturday at 11:59 pm. Upload Draft 1 for feedback.

Draft 1: Includes the following:

a. Introduction

b. Background of the Study

c. Purpose of the Study

d. Theoretical Framework (including theories to guide the

study along with the independent and the dependent


e. Research Questions and Hypotheses.

f. Definition of variables.

g. Summary

Term Project Draft 2 & 3

2. Stages 2 & 3: Literature Review and Methodology Literature Review – Not less than five articles supporting your variables

Literature Review:

The literature review should reveal to the readers that the author has a wealth of in-depth knowledge of the areas of study and how the articles used to support the research fits into and adds to the current body of agreed knowledge study.


The following task is significant to the literature review:


Students must establish a familiarity with a body of knowledge and build the integrity of their own work.

Encapsulates previous studies’ and linked them to your current research.

Students should assimilate and summarizes what is to going to be acknowledged about a subject.

Students must demonstrate that they have learned from others and that their research is a starting point for new ideas.

The literature critically analyses the information gathered by identifying gaps in current knowledge; showing limitations of theories and points of view; and formulating areas for further research and reviewing areas of controversy

Finally, the literature review must be organized




Quantitative methods highlight objective measurements and the statistical, mathematical, or numerical analysis of data collected through polls, questionnaires, and surveys, etc… Quantitative research focuses on gathering numerical data and generalizing groups of people or explaining a particular phenomenon.


Students’ goals are to conduct a quantitative research study to determine the relationship between an independent variable and a dependent (or outcome) variable within a population.


This section must emphasize how the study is going to be conducted (approached). What steps and models will be employed in your research?


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Term Project Draft 4 & 5


Result s – including Demographic Statistics (Eg., age, gender, job titles, age, etc…); Frequency Tables (frequency, cumulative frequency, and cumulative percentage); Interpretation of the Findings (Testing of both the null and alternate – whether the variables for the null is independent and unrelated or vice versa; and alternate the variables dependent and related or vice versa.

Hypothesis Testing and Assumptions (Explain the descriptive statistics including the mean scores, standard deviations, along with the correlation of coefficient of variables (is it a negative or positive relationship); use the Regression Analysis to conclude your findings and summary of results. This assignment is coming due.


Conclusion – Stage 5:   Conclusion, Implications, and recommendation.

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The Final Term Project MUST be corrected (all feedback from drafts 1, 2 &3, and 4 & 5 should be addressed) before uploading for grading. The paper MUST be structured in the APA 7th Edition Guide. Spell-check, grammar, punctuation, run-on-sentence(s), fragment MUST be addressed before the final submission.


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The PowerPoint Presentation is a summary of the final project. I need to view Bullets on each slide with a brief synopsis of what your stating. I do NOT need paragraphs of narratives.