Posted: August 6th, 2022
draft 3 research questions.
Quantitative: Research questions must be aligned with the purpose statement and should include proposed hypothesis(es). Ensure the research questions and hypothesis(es) are aligned with the purpose statement. The research questions and hypotheses must be directly answerable, specific, and testable based on the data collected.
(Quantitative/Mixed Studies Only)
Both null hypotheses and alternative hypotheses should be stated. Each must directly correspond with a research question. Hypotheses must be stated in testable, potentially negatable, form with each variable operationalized. Note: Each hypothesis represents one distinct testable prediction. Upon testing, each hypothesis must be entirely supported or entirely negated.
Length: 1 page
Running head: RESEARCH PURPOSE 1
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Create a Purpose Statement
Hiba Al Mehdi
School of Business, Northcentral University
CMP-9701B: Pre-Candidacy Prospectus
Dr. Gabriele Suboch
July 31, 2022
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The purpose of the quantitative experimental research Studycase study is to address research the lack of standards of the required numbers of identifiable points in the ridge pattern in fingerprints for positive identification of people. The study is significant because it helps subject the latent print identification to scrutiny to facilitate high-profile handling cases. The study is about identifying the uniqueness of each person’s latent print that acts as an instrument in an individual’s identification during the process of high-profile handling cases within the United States and internationally. Research questions include: How often does problems encountered in fingerprint identification? How significant is the limitation to latent fingerprint affect its use as evidence? Why is it necessary to consider different points of identification in latent fingerprints? The variables in the research will beinclude the latent fingerprint uniqueness and its use as evidence in high-profile cases. The target population for the study is high-profile cases within the United States. A sample of 15 participants is required to identify points in their fingerprints. The research setting is Florida State, U.S. The location represents the entire United States, making the research viable and realistic in getting the data. The participants are selected through systematic probability sampling to ensure reduced bias in the study. The sampling method is appropriate because it ensures that the population is well selected, and participants’ choices are a good representation with a limited bias. The data collection method used is experiments directed to the participants to identify their different number of points of the match about the latent print identification. The data collected is then analyzed using the ANOVA software technique. The study is of value, especially to the forensic security agencies trying to provide a solution to high-profile cases by using the prints from a scene of the crime as evidence and successfully linking them to a suspect. (Daluz, 2015). The results would be a huge milestone in the security challenges in the United States and around the globe, making it possible to trace a criminal using their latent prints. Comment by Gabriele Suboch: This needs to go into your significance of the study for next week.This goes into the research question section. Comment by Gabriele Suboch: Place in the research questions section for next week. Comment by Gabriele Suboch: You are doing quantitative not interviews … Comment by Gabriele Suboch: You cannot generalize from one area to another. Comment by Gabriele Suboch: That is not what you planned. Comment by Gabriele Suboch: There are no such agencies.
Daluz, H. M. (2018). Fundamentals of fingerprint analysis. CRC Press.
Research Questions Comment by Northcentral University: Tip: Research questions beginning with “To what extent…” or “Under what conditions…” yield more meaningful data than questions that generate yes/no responses such as “Is Variable 1 significantly related to Variable 2?”
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RQ1 Comment by Northcentral University: Sub questions are allowed if you want to examine more in-depth research questions. For example, if the first research question has two sub questions, they would be denoted as RQ1a and RQ1b.
Use APA level 3 headings for each research question. The level 3 heading is flush left, title case, bolded, and italicized. The text begins as a new paragraph. Apply level 3 headings using the Heading 3 style under the Styles gallery.
Review Section 2.27 in the APA 7th edition manual, and locate more information on APA headings here.
RQ2 Comment by Northcentral University: Repeat this process for each research question.
H2a Comment by Northcentral University: Repeat this process for each hypothesis.
Maintain Level 3 heading formatting for each hypothesis.
☐ Present research questions directly answerable, specific, and testable within the given timeframe and location identified in the problem and purpose statements.
☐ Include the exact same variables/constructs, participants, and location mentioned in the problem and purpose statements. No new variables/constructs should be introduced.
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