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Unformatted text preview: Step 1: formulating a research problem, research questions, and purpose Step 2: Review of Literature quantitative research conducted within context of previous knowledge generates picture of what is known identifies gaps in knowledge enables researcher to build on work of others Step 3: Developing a theoretical framework framework: the abstract, logical structure of meaning that guides the development of the study & enables researcher to link the findings to nursings body of knowledge a testable theory developed in nursing or another discipline may also be developed inductively from clinical observation Step 3 continued--terms related to frameworks concept relational statement theory may be expressed as map or diagram of the relationships that provide basis for study Step 4: formulating hypotheses hypothesis is a statement of the researchers expectations about relationships between the variables under investigation a prediction of expected outcomes states relationships that the researcher expects to find as a result of the study Step 5: defining variables conceptual definition operational definition...
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