Audience and motivation - What is your research motivation
empirical paper (If needed, students can search the Internet to know the general differences between an empirical paper and a theoretical paper and find examples for each).
For this option 1(O1), please complete the following:
O1 - Q1: Audience and motivation: What is your research motivation? Whose problem are you solving? Please clearly establish the research motivation and identify a target audience and the issue they’re grappling with. (Up to 400 words)
O1 - Q2: Relevant theory: Lay out the theoretical rationale for your investigation. (Up to 400 words)
O1 – Q3: Linking theory to practice: Describe how your research links theory to practice related to this course’s content. (Up to 400 words)
O1 – Q4: Results if any or anticipated results (optional): Describe the actual (if any) or anticipated principal findings in words.
O1 – Q5: Planned method (optional): Briefly describe your planned methods, specific numerical results if any, and limitations/generalizability.