Understanding the Report Process and Research Methods

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Darryl Williams Dr. Vershun McClain BPD 325-63 26 October 2011 Understanding the Report Process and Research Methods Writing a Hypothesis b. Positive Hypothesis – The use of ear buds to listen to music causes hearing loss. Null Hypothesis – No relationship exists between hearing loss and the use of ear buds. c. Positive Hypothesis – A person’s career success is determined by their mentoring experiences. Null Hypothesis – Mentoring experiences have no effect on career success. d. Positive Hypothesis – Final grades in the business communication are based on gender. Null Hypothesis – Gender has no relevance to the final grades in the business communication course. Selecting a Research Method a. Secondary; electronic b. Secondary; electronic c. Secondary; electronic d. Primary; normative survey Collecting and Documenting Secondary Data Blue, Laura. (2008). How Bad Are iPods for Your Hearing? Time Health. Retrieved October 25, 2011 from http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1827159,00.html . Garstecki, Dean. (2005). iPod's Popular Earbuds: Hip Or Harmful? Science Daily. Retrieved October 25, 2011 from http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/12/051216191834
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