Refer to Chapter 7 of your course text, Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches, which includes templates you can use to create research questions of each type, as well as examples and criteria related to directional, nondirectional, and null hypotheses.
Use these resources to help you create research questions and hypotheses related to your evolving topic and for one quantitative section, one qualitative section, and one mixed methods section. After each section of your Application, be sure to note your rationale for each choice and how each fits the criteria and paradigmatic thinking related to the approach.
Chapter Seven: Research Questions and Hypotheses
The following citations indicate suggested studies to use as examples of research questions and hypotheses for research.
Examine the research questions and hypotheses within the following student proposals:
Qualitative example: Morales, A. (2006). Language brokering in Mexican immigrant families living in the Midwest: A multiple case study. [Dissertation Proposal]. University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Research questions on p. 9.
Quantitative example: Hayes, M. (2007). Design and analysis of the Student Strengths Index (SSI) for nontraditional graduate students. [Thesis Proposal]. University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Research questions and hypotheses on pp. 6 and 21.
Mixed methods example: Ivankova, N. (2002). Students’ persistence in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln distributed doctoral program in educational administration: A mixed methods study. [Dissertation Proposal]. University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Research questions on p. 8.
Examine the research questions and hypotheses within the following research articles:
Brown, J., Sorrell, J., McClaren, J., Sharma, A., & Creswell, J. (2006). Waiting for a liver transplant. Qualitative Health Research, 16(1), 119–136.
Research question on p. 121.
Vascondelos, T. (2005). Early childhood education and equity issues in Portugal: A case study of four settings. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 3(2), 127–148.
Research questions on p. 130.
Unger, M., Faure, M., & Frieg, A. (2006). Strength training in adolescent learners with cerebral palsy: A randomized controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation, 20, 469–477.
Hypothesis on p. 470.
Rubin, A., & Parrish, D. (2007). Views of evidence-based practice among faculty in master of social work programs: A national survey. Research on Social Work Practice, 17(1), 110–122.
Research questions on p. 113.
Igo, L. B., Kiewra, K. A., & Bruning, R. (2008). Individual differences and intervention flaws: A sequential explanatory study of college students’ copy-and-paste note taking. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2(2), 149–168.
Research questions and hypotheses on pp. 150 (mixed methods question),
153 (quantitative hypothesis), and 157 (qualitative question)
Mixed methods example:
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