As a result of limited time remaining, the research will ensure that this project foundation is as clear and simple as possible.
This is where the researcher will review the literature available concerning the topic and the problem presented (Schaefer 2-34). Various subtopics will be identified derived from the project objectives. This will make sure only relevant literature, based on the project objectives, is reviewed and compared to the researcher’s project. In this project, scientific method will be used in because of its high reliability, testability, and analyzable results (Schaefer 2-34). Hypotheses will be clearly formulated, and variables defined. This will be done in a way that the theoretical framework precedes conceptual framework where these variables are to be clearly laid out, formulated, and their relationship linked.
This is the chapter of methodology and the researcher will lay down the research design that fits the project being proposed. In the research methodology, the researcher will outline the location of the project. Moreover, the research will select a study area which will be familiar, accessible and manageable within the limited deadline. The unit of study will also have been stated and defined prior to the selection of the project area.
Sampling method and the sample to be used will also be stated in this chapter. Random sampling will be the most effective because there is no enough time for the project. In random sampling, every member of the population has a chance of being selected (Schaefer 2-34).
There are different research designs and the researcher will consider the objective, research questions or project goals to determine the most feasible research design to deploy. Since there is a budget of $250,000, the data to be collected and analyzed will consider this budget. This way, questionnaires will be used to collect data on how people think or act regarding the