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Embry RSCH202 Entire Course Latest

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Embry RSCH202 Module 1 Discussion

Module 1 – Discussion: What does research mean to you?
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Discussion Topic: What is your definition of research? You may have “researched” a topic of personal interest in the recent past. Perhaps it was related to which degree to pursue, which branch of the military to join, which career to pursue, which car to purchase, which neighborhood to purchase a home in, or other decisions you needed to make. When you personally research a topic, it is something inherently interesting to you and you research it to learn about it so that you can make an informed decision. In this discussion board, introduce yourself by briefly telling your classmates your definition of research and about something you recently researched. Describe the techniques and tools you used to research your topic.
Posting Instructions: You should make your initial discussion board posting no later than the fourth day of the week. Later in the week, return to the discussion, read the postings of your classmates, and comment on at least two of those. Remember to follow similar practice for other discussions throughout the course. Please read these instructions for information (Links to an external site.) on accessing the discussion rubric.

Embry RSCH202 Module 2 Discussion

Module 2 – Discussion: Variables and Problem Statements
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M2_Discussion.jpgIn this Discussion Activity, there are Three Scenarios (Links to an external site.) related to identifying variables and developing problem statements. You will be assigned one these scenarios based on the first letter of your last name.
Discussion Topic:
List and label the variables as independent, dependent, intervening, or moderating
Explain the relationships among the variables
Develop a problem statement for the situation
Posting Instructions: You should make your initial discussion board posting no later than the fourth day of the week. Later in the week, return to the discussion, read the postings of your classmates, and comment on at least two of those. Remember to follow similar practice for other discussions throughout the course.

Embry RSCH202 Module 2 Discussion

Module 2 – Discussion: Variables and Problem Statements
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M2_Discussion.jpgIn this Discussion Activity, there are Three Scenarios (Links to an external site.) related to identifying variables and developing problem statements. You will be assigned one these scenarios based on the first letter of your last name.
Discussion Topic:
List and label the variables as independent, dependent, intervening, or moderating
Explain the relationships among the variables
Develop a problem statement for the situation
Posting Instructions: You should make your initial discussion board posting no later than the fourth day of the week. Later in the week, return to the discussion, read the postings of your classmates, and comment on at least two of those. Remember to follow similar practice for other discussions throughout the course.

Embry RSCH202 Module 3 Discussion

Module 3 – Discussion: Data Collection – Questionnaire
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An undergraduate student named Nicki created a Questionnaire Preview the documentView in a new windowto gain insight into people’s attitudes toward online shopping. To determine the attributes relevant to his study, Nicki first conducted face-to-face interviews. Then based on a rigorous analysis of those interviews, he developed the questionnaire. Read through Nicki’s proposed questionnaire and answer the following questions.
Discussion Topic:
Nicki’s questionnaire starts with questions seeking personal information from the respondents. Some researchers ask for personal data at the end rather than the beginning of the questionnaire. Which do you prefer and why?
Nicki uses a lot of closed questions that ask respondents to make choices among a set of alternatives given by the researcher. In closed questions, care must be taken to ensure that the alternatives are mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive. Are there any of Nicki’s questions that are not mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive? If so, which ones? Tell how you might revise those questions to make them mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive.
Poor phrasing of questions can cause respondents to refuse to answer them or to answer incorrectly (either on purpose or because of misunderstanding). Do you think any of Nicki’s questions are poorly worded and should be reworded? If so, which ones and how would you reword the items?
Posting Instructions: You should make your initial discussion board posting no later than the fourth day of the week. Later in the week, return to the discussion, read the postings of your classmates, and comment on at least two of those. Remember to follow similar practice for other discussions throughout the course.

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