Participants could choose not to answer questions about gender Future studies

Participants could choose not to answer questions

This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 3 pages.

Participants could choose not to answer questions about gender. Future studies could examine actual support rather than just perceived support. A longitudinal study could see long term effects of support. And, research on actual interventions might be useful as well. Johnson, S. R., & Stage, F. K. (2018). Academic engagement and student success: Do high-impact practices mean higher graduation rates? Journal of Higher Education, 89(5), 753-781. The purpose of the study is to determine the relationship between 10 high-impact practices and graduation rates at four-year public colleges and universities in the United States. Is a four-year public institution utilizing AAC&U’s practices have higher four-year or six-year graduation rates than institutions that don’t utilize the AAC&U’s practices? (Johnson & Stage, 2018). There were multiple limitations to this study. First limitation was that quantitative analyses did not have a determination of causation between variables in this research. Second limitation was that the institutional variables were chosen based upon other studies. Third limitation was that post-hoc analysis which does not No participants were turned away based upon race, ethics, socioeconomic status as long as they were a first- generation. Future studies could look into college completion and administrative practices such as campus resources, required activities that are not a part of the curriculum that is needed for academics and graduation. 1
Image of page 1
Reference Purpose of the study Statement of the Problem Limitations/Implications Ethical Conduct in the Study Future research possibilities (e.g., how could a researcher extend the research detailed in the study) allow for the researchers to detect errors in the study. The fourth limitation is that surveys were done independently leading to the possibilities of the response being bias.
Image of page 2
Image of page 3

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture