propose a survey research project that will enable you to learn more about the topic that you studied using interview methods. The paper should include a combined total of 7-8 peer-reviewed academic journal articles. Remember that this includes the studies cited in your previous two papers.
In this section, describe the results of your prior study (the mini-ethnography or the mini-interview study). State your research questions and explain what new information you hope to learn from conducting a survey.
Review the academic literature on your topic, citing 7-8 academic journal articles. Focus on any relevant theories in your area of research. Cite the findings of the studies that you review.
In this section, describe your survey questions and explain the variables you intend to measure. You can describe the simple variables in a few sentences. Devote 1-2 paragraphs to explaining the scales you will use to measure your complex variables. In these paragraphs, describe the scale items making it clear how they measure one complex variable but also how each item is unique from the others. Demonstrate how the scales will be scored.
Include 25 sample survey questions, as if creating an online survey.
Propose a way in which you would draw a probability sample or a nonprobability sample for your study. When writing this section imagine that you have unlimited time and resources. Use the hypothetical time and resources to design an effective strategy for gathering a representative sample.
All papers should be typed in a size 12 font, double-spaced and on pages with a 1-inch margin on all sides. You may use American Psychological Association (APA) or American Sociological Association (ASA) style for the title page, in-text references, and end-of-text referencing. See http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for APA.
The final product should be about 7-9 pages.