Part 3: Research Methodology For this assignment, you will complete a research methodology that is the part of the research report in which you thoroughly and specifically discuss the methods that you
Part 3: Research MethodologyFor this assignment, you will complete a research methodology that is the part of the research report in which you thoroughly and specifically discuss the methods that you will use to evaluate your research questions and/or hypotheses. It is in the methodology that the researcher is able to present his or her study design so it is clear to the reader how the data will be collected to allow the researcher to explore his or her topic as discussed in the previous sections of the research report.To prepare your research methodology, complete the following tasks:Begin your research methodology with a very brief discussion of your research focus and a list of your related questions and/or hypothesis.Discuss the main variables that will be explored in your study. Be sure to specify how those variables will be measured.Present your research methodology. You need to ensure that the specific steps you will follow to explore your research questions and/or hypotheses are clear to the reader. Avoid the use of general statements and direct quotes from the textbook about what should be included in the research methodology. Your task is to discuss in your own words what you would specifically do to study your research topic. What steps would you engage in to ensure that your proposed study properly explores the research questions and/or hypotheses that you developed? In your methodology, you need to discuss the following concepts:Cite all your sources in APA format, both in-text and in the reference list.Ensure the research methodology is a minimum of four double-spaced pages. Text book Hagan, F. (2014). Research methods in criminal justice and criminology (9th ed.) [VitalSource Bookshelf version]. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9780133099140
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