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Project Topic and Problem Statement Template Project Topic and Problem Statement Template After you have participated in our u02d2 discussion, complete this template to submit your topic description and problem statement to your instructor for grading. Your u03a1 is the opportunity to further improve your project topic description and problem definition to assure efficient research will produce relevant resources for composing your research paper. The six parts of the critical thinking process posted as a Resource in u03a1 will guide you to be successful in completing the assignment. Name: Jennifer Stacy Date Completed:10/04/2010 1. Compose your chosen project topic using descriptive words. Suggested length is 6-12 words. Avoid pronouns. Project topic Job Stress the Effect on Employees and Employers 2. Compose your specific problem statement that can be argued and supported. Your statement can be one or two sentences. Suggested 18-36 descriptive words without pronouns. Make your statement without asking questions.
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