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Name: ___Kendra Rowland___ Hypotheses and Research Questions for Quantitative Research 1. Identify a topic that might be suitable for quantitative research: Sexual activity among teens in poor/inner city areas versus up-scale/wealthy areas. 2. Pose a research question about your topic: What is the percentage of sexually active teens who have been involved with more than one other sexual partner in inner city areas versus urban areas? 3. Pose a nondirectional hypothesis about your topic: The percentage of sexually active teens with multiple partners in inner city areas will differ from that of urban area teens. 4. Pose a directional hypothesis about your topic: The percentage of sexually active teens in inner cities with
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Unformatted text preview: multiple partners will be significantly higher than teens in urban areas. 5. Identify the independent variable in your directional hypothesis: Sexual activity 6. Identify the dependent variable in your directional hypothesis: Number of teens sexually active. 7. If time, see how many more research questions and hypotheses you can come up with for your topic. Make them as specific and measurable as possible. What is the cause of differing numbers of sexual partners in urban versus inner city teens? COM 3073 (DeTurk) Name: ___Kendra Rowland___ The cause of the differing number of sexual partners with inner city and urban area teens is the amount of parental involvement in the teens life. COM 3073 (DeTurk)...
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