Qualitative Proposal Research PowerPoint The evaluation of soil repellent fabrics for automotive seat trim developed by fabric suppliers. Please see the key outline attached, this could help with the direction. I am also open to other suggestions as long it relates to the soil repellent fabrics for automotive seat trim developed by fabric suppliers. Please see the Qualitative Proposal Research Paper outline below. Title Page – Include the title of the thesis, your name , and the date of the proposal. Introduction – Give a general introduction to the issue or research topic.
Background and introduction to topic Statement of the Problem – State the problem or question and provide and provide background information supported by literature review. Note how past research has addressed the problem, and identify similarities or differences in their methods or findings that have drawn you to study the problem. Purpose of the study – Briefly state what you hope to accomplish with your research. Objective of the Study Justification and Significance – Give specific reasons why this proposed research is important and how it will contribute to the discipline. Again, include citations from relevant literature. Miniature Review of Related Literature (3 sources) Conceptual Framework for the Study Variables Research questions and hypothesis – From an understanding of the research problem, develop (a) concisely phrased research question (s) and hypothesis (es) that will be tested. Please see optional research questions below / open for other suggestions as well. Research Design and Methods Research Design – For research in the arts, humanities, and some social sciences, a discussion of methods amounts to a discussion of the theoretical framework you have chosen for your investigation. For qualitative research in a variety of disciplines, a methods sections describes the proposed research design and includes the reasons for selecting each element of the methods, identifying the advantages and disadvantages. Detail the following: * study design * study type (e.g., qualitative methods) * study population, sample, sampling frame and sampling techniques * data-gathering procedure(s) and instrumentation(s) * measures to insure safety and confidentiality for human subjects ( or animals) * data analysis * timeline Definition of terms – Create a glossary to define the terms used in your study. It will be essential for you to define the key terms of your project in your introduction