Instructions: Use The research proposal to come up with introduction, justificat

Instructions:
Use The research proposal to come up with introduction,
justification, methods, analysis
Interview athletes in college (can make up realistic data) 6
participants
Make up 6 questions to ask each participant including the
results (can tweak my questions that were in the final proposal *
The main research is about figuring out whether religion or spirituality
is effective in sport.
Which one if more effective? Is it due to influence,
location, educational setting etc.
Can add more to this ^ there must find a gap in knowledge
Abstract (250 words or less)
State
your research question
Explain
how this research question speaks to a larger theoretical puzzle or gap in
the literature
Describe
the data that you use to answer your research question
State
what you find
Describe
what these findings suggest about the answer to your research question
Explain
why these findings are important
Introduction (3 paragraphs)
Describe
the puzzle or gap in the literature that you will address with your
data
What
do we know?
What
do we not know (or not know well enough)?
What
does the existing research suggest might be the answer to that unanswered
question?
Identify
your research question and explain how you answer it
What
question will you answer? (Or what hypothesis will you test?)
What
data will you use to answer this question? (Or test this hypothesis?)
What
do you find?
Explain
the importance of your findings
What
is the answer to your research question?
How
does this answer broaden, clarify, or challenge existing knowledge/theories?
Justification (1,000 words or less)
Restate
the puzzle or gap in the literature that you will address
Explain
why this puzzle or gap is important to address
Describe
(in more detail than in the intro) what we know about this topic/issue
Describe
(in more detail than in the intro) what we do not know about this
topic/issue
State
your research question
(i.e., “In light of these lingering questions, I seek to examine…”)
Explain
how your research question solves the puzzle or fills the gap in the
literature
(i.e., “Answering this question allows me to…”)
*Note: The point of a literature review is not actually to
review all of the relevant literature. The point is to make the case for why
your study is important.
Methods (4-6 short paragraphs)
Provide
a brief overview of the study.
Describe
your research site, why you chose it, and how you gained access
Describe
your research participants (College athletes)
Discuss
how you identity shaped your
observations
Describe
the fieldwork you conducted and the data you collected
Describe
how you analyzed the data you collected
Describe
the limitations of your study
(i.e., explain how your study is limited by your methodological choices)
Analysis
State
your argument
Identify
2-3 supporting points – how your data support your argument
Identify
2-3 patterns in the data that provide evidence for each supporting
point
For
each pattern:
Describe
an example from your data that typifies this pattern
Provide
a brief fieldnote excerpt for that example
Briefly
explain how this example represents the larger pattern
Briefly
explain how this pattern provides evidence for the supporting point
*Note: Everything that you include in your analysis should
directly support your argument, and that argument should be the answer to your
research question. A clear structure (with topic sentences and transitions) is
very important for writing an analysis that meets this goal.
Discussion/Conclusion (1,000 words or less)
Summarize
your findings
Remind
readers of the puzzle/gap in the literature that you are trying to solve
Remind
readers of the specific research question that you have answered
Briefly
review what you found
Briefly
explain what these findings imply about the answer to your research
question
Discuss
the implications of your findings
Explain
how your findings solve the puzzle or fill the gap in the literature
Explain
how the resolution of this gap/puzzle helps to clarify, challenge, or
expand existing knowledge or theory
Using
existing literature, explain why your findings are or are not surprising
Identify
possible explanations for your findings
Use
existing research to discuss the most likely explanation for your
findings
Consider
alternative explanations for your findings and explain (using your data
and/or other research) why these alternative explanations do or do not
seem plausible
Conclude
by reviewing why these findings (and the larger puzzle/gap they address)
are important

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