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1.) List four common quantitative research designs and propose a re

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1.) List four common quantitative research designs and propose a research question in your area of interest that aligns with each design.
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List four common quantitative research designs and propose a research question in your area of interest that aligns with each design.
You have been asked to develop a neighborhood crime control program. Thinking ahead, you develop a strategy for evaluating the program in subsequent months and years. Complete the following tasks.”
2.) Propose a research question for your crime control program. (You may have to do some independent research for examples of neighborhood crime control programs)
Identify the dependent and independent variables from your research question.
3.) Discuss how you would measure your independent and dependent variable.
Explain the following statement. “Continuous-level scales are preferred over ordinal-level scales, which, in turn, are preferred over nominal-level scales.”
4.) When dealing with abstract phenomenon, or “fuzzy concepts” as discussed in the module lecture, what actions should a researcher take?
5.) A study wishes to measure “citizen trust in government” through the number of lawsuits filed against the federal government. Evaluate the measurement validity of this approach.
6.) Explain the following concepts and give an example of each: (1) face validity, (2) construct validity, (3) criterion validity, and (4) content validity.
7.) Develop an index variable to measure “fear of statistics” among students in public and nonprofit management. Then develop an index variable to measure a concept in your area of interest.
8.) For this question use the brief case scenario below to draft an evaluation question. Your evaluation question should follow the expectations of a “good question” as discussed in the learning module AND directly relate to the purpose of the idea expressed in the case scenario.
Brief case scenario: A new study recently published stated students that spend 15 minutes a day reading saw significant increases in reading fluency and vocabulary after 3 months. Intrigued by this study, a teacher decided to put these findings into practice in her classroom through a qui-experimental design. Armed with student test data from the previous year, she decided to keep all her lessons and assessments the same as last year; but she implemented the additional assignment of free reading for 15 minutes per day. Her thoughts are, if the published study is correct, by adding 15 minutes of free reading a day, I should see higher test scores related to fluency and vocabulary with my current students as compared to students from the previous year.
9.) For this question consider the brief case scenario below and describe the program theory.
Brief case scenario: A new study recently published stated students that spend 15 minutes a day reading saw significant increases in reading fluency and vocabulary after 3 months. Intrigued by this study, a teacher decided to put these findings into practice in her classroom through a qui-experimental design. Armed with student test data from the previous year, she decided to keep all her lessons and assessments the same as last year; but she implemented the additional assignment of free reading for 15 minutes per day. Her thoughts are, if the published study is correct, by adding 15 minutes of free reading a day, I should see higher test scores related to fluency and vocabulary the previous year.
10.) For this question use the brief case scenario below to create a basic logic model. Your answer should include appropriate information for inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes.
Brief case scenario: A new study recently published stated students that spend 15 minutes a day reading saw significant increases in reading fluency and vocabulary after 3 months. Intrigued by this study, a teacher decided to put these findings into practice in her classroom through a qui-experimental design. Armed with student test data from the previous year, she decided to keep all her lessons and assessments the same as last year; but, she implemented the additional assignment of free reading for 15 minutes per day. Her thoughts are, if the published study is correct, by adding 15 minutes of free reading a day, I should see higher test scores related to fluency and vocabulary with my current students as compared to students from the previous year.
11.) For this question consider the case scenario below and identify the main concepts that need to be defined and operationalized. Note, you do not have to provide definitions in your answer. Simply identify the concepts and explain why your chosen items need conceptual and/or operational definitions.
Brief case scenario: A new study recently published stated students that spend 15 minuets a day reading saw significant increases in reading fluency and vocabulary after 3 months. Intrigued by this study, a teacher decided to put these findings into practice in her classroom through a qui-experimental design. Armed with student test data from the previous year, she decided to keep all her lessons and assessments the same as last year; but she implemented the additional assignment of free reading for 15 minutes per day. Her thoughts are, if the published study is correct, by adding 15 minutes of free reading a day, I should see higher test scores related to fluency and vocabulary with my current students as compared to students from the previous year.
12.) Consider the case example below. Your task for this question is to devise measurements for the independent and dependent variables. Please note, you should disregard that the teacher is keeping her own assessments from last year. I want to see what you believe is the best measures in light of your proposed evaluation question.
Brief case scenario: A new study recently published stated students that spend 15 minutes a day reading saw significant increases in reading fluency and vocabulary after 3 months. Intrigued by this study, a teacher decided to put these findings into practice in her classroom through a qui-experimental design. Armed with student test data from the previous year, she decided to keep all her lessons and assessments the same as last year; but she implemented the additional assignment of free reading for 15 minutes per day. Her thoughts are, if the published study is correct, by adding 15 minutes of free reading a day, I should see higher test scores related to fluency and vocabulary with my current students as compared to students from the previous year.
13.) Using the Public PerceptionsLinks to an external site. data set (full link below). Run a frequency distribution for the variable MASS. Interpreting the valid percent, how do citizens feel about improving mass transit? Be sure you provide a thorough review of the SPSS output.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1lSUfXxZTOxGFrCg8TeKZEKlFLBLhGmsK
14.) Using the Public PerceptionsLinks to an external site. data set (full link below). Start by recoding the variable IMPROVE into two categories, where “strongly agree”and “agree” are one category and “disagree” and “strongly disagree” is the other category. Next run a frequency distribution for your newly created variable. Finally, provide a thorough review of the SPSS output.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1lSUfXxZTOxGFrCg8TeKZEKlFLBLhGmsK
Using the Public PerceptionsLinks to an external site. data set (full link below). Start by recoding the variable IMPROVE into two categories, where “strongly agree”and “agree” are one category and “disagree” and “strongly disagree” is the other category. Next run a frequency distribution for your newly created variable. Finally, provide a thorough review of the SPSS output.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1lSUfXxZTOxGFrCg8TeKZEKlFLBLhGmsK
15.) Use the Public PerceptionsLinks to an external site. data set (full link below). Create a crosstabulation for the variables MEDIA and GENDER. Provide a thorough review of the SPSS output.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1lSUfXxZTOxGFrCg8TeKZEKlFLBLhGmsK
16.) Use the Public PerceptionsLinks to an external site. data set (full link below). Conduct a Chi-square analysis with the variables JAIL and Gender. Your answer should include a thorough interpretation of the SPSS output, p-value, and measure of association.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1lSUfXxZTOxGFrCg8TeKZEKlFLBLhGmsK
Use the Public PerceptionsLinks to an external site. data set (full link below). Conduct a Chi-square analysis with the variables JAIL and Gender. Your answer should include a thorough interpretation of the SPSS output, p-value, and measure of association.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1lSUfXxZTOxGFrCg8TeKZ

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