* What are your tentative problem, purpose, and research questions? * What are all of the data collection strategies that you might use to answer the questions?

Consider a potential research study that you are considering for your Signature Assignment.

* Which factors would you consider when deciding
which one to use?
*Who would be the target group that you would want to recruit to participate in your study?
* What ethical issues are associated with collecting data from this group?
* Are there other groups that could also be
considered? Would they pose different or less ethical issues?
* How would you gain access to and permission from this group?
* Would there be any conflicts of interest?
* Do you plan to provide compensation to participants? What ethical issues might arise if you do?
* How would you ensure confidentiality and mitigate any issues of coercion?
* What data collection methods might you consider?
* Would they pose any ethical issues? Why or why not?
* Are there other potential data collection methods that you could use that might pose fewer ethical issues
but could still answer your research questions?Length: 5-7 pages, not including title and reference pages. Sources: Minimum of 5. Can include the following:
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