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Unformatted text preview: Twenty-One Steps to a Proposal1 st rt here do you still want to pursue the Droiect? Write an article for a 1. Browse, converse, think journal 2. Idea sprouts: “What if...?" “Why does ..._?" 3. Narrow down: What do I want to know? no ye S is the is the answer project already well _ cleany known? 4. Survey the literature impoflant? 5. Formulate a clear, specific question 6. Determine why answer might be important. 7. Closer literature review 5. Intensive literature review does the literature atready answer the question? is it clear why the question hasn't been answered? 00 '3. ”"9 9. Consider various research designs. desrgn the es most V is an answer appropriate? yes possible at all? 10. WRITE CONCEPT PAPER, Get Committee Approva! 11. Continue to review the iiterature, seeking both concepts and ways to measure what you want to find. 12. Weigh the merits of various research methods 13. Weigh the merits of various means of analyzing data is one method the most appropriate? is one system of analysis the . , most design produce clear. yes . . . meaningful 15. Specrfy all procedures In detasl results ? Return to appropriate step between 9 and 15. did they discover significant flaws? 16. Prepare first full draft of proposal 17. Share & discuss with colleagues & advisors 18. Conduct pilot study (KA1), analyze data, and review all procedures 19. Revise proposal are there no . substantial does it need 20. PRESENT PROPOSAL TO Problems? significant COMMITTEE 4 revision? no 21. CARRY OUT YOUR RESEARCH 1 Modified by Jim Spickard from a flowchart in Pro Deals That Work: A Guide for Plannin Dissertations and rant Proposals by Lawrence F. Locke, Waneen Wyrick Splrduso, and Stephen J. Silverman (Sage, various editions). ...
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