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1. What sampling concerns are associated with your project, and how can you address them? For example, if you initially planned to survey undergraduate students, how could you work to sample a larger and more diverse/representative population? What obstacles might you face in achieving this sample? (e.g., financial obstacles, issues actually identifying and convincing people to participate, etc.) 2. What ethical concerns are associated with your project, and how can you address them? For example, are you asking people about any sensitive information or exposing them to any controversial material?
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Why do the costs of such a research design outweigh the benefits? If you cannot identify any major ethical concerns, consider how you might make sure that the benefits of your research are applicable to a broad/diverse audience (i.e., how might you most effectively communicate your results to all people who could benefit from this knowledge?) 3. What replicability concerns are associated with your project, and how can you address them? Because you have only designed one study, it inherently has limitations. What follow-up research would be necessary to further validate your results? For example, if this was a survey study, what are the limitations to such a design, and what type of additional research could address those limitations? If this was an experiment, what issues are there with external validity in your design, and how might you address them? 8. References section . References must have a minimum of 5 scholarly journal articles or books (that you cite in the main text). You may use Wikipedia and other internet sources (e.g., Huffington Post ) BUT they will NOT count as scholarly sources.
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  • Fall '18
  • 5 pts, 6 pts, 1-inch, huffington post, 20 pts

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