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In Problem Sets 6 and 7, you submitted a set of hypotheses (i.e., 8 sets in
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In Problem Sets 6 and 7, you submitted a set of hypotheses (i.e., 8 sets in Problem Set 6, and 5 sets in Problem Set 7). Review the instructor feedback to further refine these sets of hypotheses. For each set of these refined hypotheses, develop a related purpose statement sentence or “The purpose of this quantitative study is to…” keeping the focus solely on the purpose or intent of the research, not on the problem. A complete purpose statement as noted in the Dissertation Center Templates will not be developed, just the beginning problem statement sentence or “The problem of this quantitative study is to…” Followed by the purpose statement sentence for each of the noted hypotheses, develop a related research question. Remember, a research question is open-ended and does not elicit a yes/no response. Present the purpose statement sentence, research question, and hypotheses in the following format:

  1. The purpose of this quantitative study is to…Q1. (note the research question here)Ho. (note the null hypothesis here)Ha. (note the alternative hypothesis here)           
  2. Etc. (a total of 13 purpose statement sentences, research questions, and sets of hypotheses should be submitted)

Provided below are examples:

The purpose of this quantitative study is to determine the effectiveness of a multi-dimensional literacy intervention program on the academic progress among poor freshmen readers.

Q1. What is the effectiveness of a multi-dimensional literacy intervention program on the academic progress among poor freshmen readers?

Ho: A multi-dimensional literacy intervention program will result in a non-significant effect on the academic progress among poor freshmen readers.

Ha: A multi-dimensional literacy program will significantly increase academic progress among poor freshmen readers.

(Note how each component is related in content and in wording.)

Category: Education, General
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