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Create a research question for your study: for the purpose of this paper a question related to females in law enforcement. Now assume that you will need to gather data from a sample of participants or documents and answer the following questions:
Will you use a probability or non-probability design for choosing your sample? Why or why not?
Which specific design seems most appropriate for your study and why.
Now write a two to four paragraph statement that spells out exactly how you would go about selecting your sample and justify why this method lends validity to your study.
“Just as the principle of respect for persons finds expression in the requirements for consent, and the principle of beneficence in risk/benefit assessment, the principle of justice gives rise to moral requirements that there be fair procedures and outcomes in the selection of research subjects.”
The principle of justice requires that individuals and groups must be treated fairly and equitably in bearing the burdens and receiving the benefits of research. This means the researcher must give thought to who should be included and/or who should be excluded in a research study. The burden is on the researcher to determine if his or her sample selection meets the moral requirement for inclusion as stated in the Belmont Report, so consider carefully who should be included in your study and how you would go about selecting it.
-Meets all assignment requirements and evidences attention to detail.
Main points are well developed and reveal a high degree of critical thinking
-Clear, concise and well written with flawless spelling/grammar and flawless formatting (APA)
-Assignment requirements are informed by a Christian perspective that clearly addresses the ethical and moral value obligations of scholarly and applied public research.