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Research Process and Terminology Paper
To be proficient in research, one must know language and process. During this assignment, you will familiarize yourself with research terminology as you use the terms to write your paper.
Prepare a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper in which you describe the research process.
Include the following:
•Include new terminology learned from the reading.
•How will this new terminology and knowledge apply to a career in criminal justice?
•How can not knowing the proper terminology affect you as you conduct criminal justice research?
•How will knowing these terms be an asset to you when evaluating and analyzing research studies or data?
I am having a hard time putting information together for this paper, could someone maybe suggest a clearier brack down of information for me to focus my studies on, thank you.
I don't know of any simpler way of stating this assignment.
As the introduction states, the purpose of this assignment is to help you learn the research vocabulary.
First, you must describe the research process.
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1. Include new terminology learned from the reading. What have you read? Have you made a list of the new words or terms you found in that reading?
2. How will this new terminology and knowledge apply to a career in criminal justice? Make sure you define each word/term you listed above and include information about how each one applies to the field of criminal justice.
3. How can not knowing the proper terminology affect you as you conduct criminal justice research? If you didn't know and understand the terminology above or other CR terms, how could that affect your CR research? What happens when someone uses terminology you don't understand.
4. How will knowing these terms be an asset to you when evaluating and analyzing research studies or data?
Basically, this is the opposite of #3.
Thanks for the Url link and I appreciate the break down for questions 1-4. I have had a lot of homework this week and just needed a place to start. I have a tendency of making things more difficult than they need to be.