[Solved]Write a “mini rationale” of a research paper ( serial and non-serial arguments in romantic relationship and how effected by gender and culture). Because the rationale is dependent on the resources that you consult and how you f
Write a “mini rationale” of a research paper ( serial and non-serial arguments in romantic relationship and how effected by gender and culture). Because the rationale is dependent on the resources that you consult and how you frame your arguments.
Do include the following:
1. Section 1 :
▪ Develop a preliminary rationale for studying the phenomena. This is where you will develop the conceptual definitions of the variables that you will examine, as well as provide justifications for the focus of your investigation. Remember, you do not have to explicitly state “My conceptual definition is…,” but rather, it should be clear to the reader how you are defining your concepts. Use at least 5 primary or secondary sources (journal articles, book chapters, etc.) that are cited in the text as well as on the reference page. Rely heavily on communication journals. You will further develop this literature review for your final project. Include enough information to justify the conceptualization and selection of the variables that you will focus on.
▪ Note: Make sure that your rationale is reader-friendly. Feel free to include a variety of headings and subheadings to organize your rationale.
2. Section 2:
▪ Propose one two-variable research question related to the focus of your project.
▪ Propose two hypotheses that will guide your project. One hypothesis should be a difference hypothesis and the other should be a continuous/covariation hypothesis. Both hypotheses must be directional (i.e., one-tailed) in nature. Additional research questions and hypotheses are welcome, but not required. Your hypotheses should be clearly justified by the literature that you review in the rationale.
Read this article: An Exploration of Topics, Conflict Styles, and Rumination in Romantic Nonserial and Serial Arguments, by Jennifer L. Bevan, Veronica Hefner, and Amanda Love.
APA style ( including an abstract page).