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First Steps in research State your topic as a question Topics Bipolar disorder Hip hop music Drugs Border region Terrorism Censorship Low Riders Death Penalty Change this to a question Add one of the following ID: 473205 Download Presentation

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Slide1

Defining a Research Question

First Steps in researchSlide2

State your topic as a question.

Topics

Bipolar disorder

Hip hop music

Drugs

Border region

Terrorism

Censorship

Low Riders

Death PenaltySlide3

Change this to a question?

Add one of the following.

This will turn your topic into a question:

What

Where

When

Why

HowSlide4

Defining your research question

Question should not be a quick answer or fact.

What is Bipolar disorder

(This is a definition)

Question should not be so open ended as to not have an answer.

What or when was the first terrorist act?

(One can never find a “true” answer).Slide5

Defining a research topic

Note if your topic is too broad:

Why do we have wars? (Why are the major conflicts in the 20

th

century related to land resources?)

Note if your topic is too narrow:

Why is it difficult for guys in Santa Ana to find a job?

Let the material guide youSlide6

Defining your research question

Identify concepts

Identify keywords

Identify synonyms

Identify related terms or wordsSlide7

Defining Research question

Does the media’s unrealistic portrayal of body image contribute to eating disorders?

What are the moral and ethical implications of the Death Penalty when economic factors are taken into consideration?Slide8

Defining a research question

Does the media’s unrealistic portrayal of body image contribute to eating disorders among our youth?Slide9

Defining the research question

Begin thinking about the requirements of your assignment.

What type is it?

What is the length of the assignment?

How much information do you need?

Current or historical information?

Types of sources?

Point of view?

How many sources?Slide10

Research Questions

How

are families changed when the male figure of the family has

alcoholism?

What are the statistics of a teenage pregnancy?Slide11

Research Questions

What

are the statistics students

graduading

from high

school?

Why was the Declaration of Independence written

?

How does the fast foods effect a persons health in the

long run?Slide12

Research Questions

What

effects do drugs have on college students

?

What are the different genres of

music?

Why are teenage girls in California getting pregnant at

such a young age

?

What is one way to stop teenage drunk driving

?

How do beauty standards affect our

society?

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