Research Paper

I’ve already done almost all parts of the research paper. I will attach it here. My professor commented on each section and gave feedback. You (the writer) have to rewrite based on the professors comments. For the discussion/conclusion part you have to write based on the information I have provided. Everything I have done will be attached here. So, you are basically revising the introduction, literature review, methods and results.. ANd you will be writing the other parts that I haven’t done yet so the Abstract and discussion/conclusion. Please revise based on the comments attached to the files !!!
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Components of the Final Research Paper

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Your research paper must include the elements listed below. Write your paper in the same order as below, and name each section of your paper the same as below.

 

Use standard formatting: 12-point font, Times New Roman, 1” margins.

Title

Provide an appropriate title for your research paper.

 

5%

 

Abstract

Provide a “structured abstract” of up to 200 words. The abstract should have 4 subheadings: Objectives, Methods, Results, and Conclusions.

 

5%

 

Introduction (*build on the Introduction/ Problem Statement you began earlier in the term)

Introductions contain a problem statement, the purpose of which is to answer questions such as “so what?” or “who cares?”

a. Begin by providing the topic/subject area of the research.

b. Next, discuss the significance of your topic area, create reader interest, and discuss why research is needed on topic ‘x’.

c. Provide relevant background information so that the reader understands the topic area and any jargon specific to the topic area.

Additionally, provide a brief overview of what is to come in the study.

 

10%

 

Background / Literature Review

Identify and review 15-20 peer-reviewed journal articles that relate to your study question.

a. Synthesize findings from peer-reviewed articles and briefly state the importance of each study’s findings as they relate to your study question. Structure this portion of your assignment like the Introduction, Review, and/or Background sections of academic peer-reviewed articles are structured. **Do not review each article one-by-one or dedicate one article to one paragraph; rather, synthesize previous research studies to provide the reader with the most important information/findings.

b. In a separate paragraph, identify what is missing from the current literature and/or what we need to know more about in this literature. This will allow for an easy lead up to the study purpose and question, below.

c. In the final paragraph of the section:

a. Briefly, in 1 sentence, re-state the importance of the topic.

b. State the intent or the objective of your research study.

c. Provide at least 1 study question and no more than 4 total study questions that succinctly lay out the focus of your research project. Be sure that each study question contains an exposure, disease/outcome/impact, and population of focus.

 

15%

 

Methods

a. Identify the method(s) that you will use in your study.

i. Why did you choose the method(s)? Is this the same method that studies in your literature review used? If different, explain the reasoning.

ii. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using the method(s)?

iii. Briefly identify the aims of the instrument.

b. Include the date(s) you collected data, the setting(s), and participant selection methods.

c. Address ethical concerns, including: What are the risks and benefits to participants? How did you maintain privacy and confidentiality?

d. Describe how you analyzed the data.

*Include appropriate citations to the literature.

 

10%

 

Results

a. Provide the demographic information of the study population.

b. Present findings from the data analyses.

c. Include tables, graphs, images, etc., as necessary.

d. Text should add to the reader’s understanding of the results; that is, the text complements and enhances any data presented in tables, graphs, etc.

 

15%

 

Discussion & Conclusion

The purpose of the discussion section of your paper is to interpret and describe the significance of your findings in light of what was known about your topic and to explain any new understanding or insights.

a) Briefly summarize the most important results/findings (one paragraph)

b) Discuss the data in light of relevant literature; yes, cite literature! Include possible 
explanations for why findings are similar to or different from results from the literature.

c) Limitations: discuss the limitations of the study and if the data are generalizable.

d) Propose an intervention. Discuss how and why assessment may be needed (or if your 
research was an assessment, how it contributed to your plan), how your intervention plan will work, and how you will evaluate the intervention. It could be a programmatic or policy-based intervention.

e) Discuss your plan for advocacy. Will you write a letter to a leader? Build a coalition? Make a community presentation? Develop a health education tool?

f) Final paragraph: tie it all together.

Length: 4-6 pages

 

20%

 

Bibliography

Provide complete citations according to APA standards. Alphabetize each source by last name.

 

5%

 

Appendices

Include:

a. the instrument (e.g., survey or interview guide) used to collect data.

b. the code book used to enter collected data

 

5%

 

Grammar & Spelling

 

10%

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