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    only their self in mind, but are those who are there to do good for the societies they are researching. But, a sad truth of our world, is that there are always a handful of people who ruin it for the good ones, whether because they are pushed by their own motives, such as in the Tuskegee Experiment, or because of their own ignorance, as in the Yanomami. Although it may not occur often, do we want to undertake those risks by easing up on regulations? It may initially be a difficult question to answer from the perspective of the researcher, but it’s a simple decision from a different view: If you were in the shoes of the research subjects, what would…

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    information they will respond to a closed-ended Facebook use questionnaire, anxiety scale, and social phobia scale. After answering the questionnaires and scales, participants will lastly be asked to provide an estimated monthly Facebook and social media use in an open-ended question at the end of the paper questionnaire, first provided at the beginning of the study. They will then be told to keep a log of their estimated weekly Facebook and social media use in hours. Participants will come in…

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    When researching a topic to gather your information, you may find yourself overwhelmed with the overload of information provided online. An excellent technique that was utilized is digital literacy, which is a tool that enables you “to find, evaluate, utilize, share, and create content using information technologies and the internet.” (cornell.edu) With digital literacy, I could evaluate information and its sources critically. Bruce Ballenger, author of the The Curious Researcher, introduced…

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    "Show Horses Need Protection from Abuse, Supporters Tell Congress." McClatchy - Tribune News Service. 18 Jun. 2014: n.p.SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 14 Oct. 2015. Concerned horseback riders made a bill to stop abuse of horses used in shows. Author believes it’s abusive to train horses with certain tactics.However, the article didn’t state both sides and provides a narrow view into the issue. It is biased by; putting emotions in arguments, not providing strong scientific example and did not…

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    Why do most researchers consider schizophrenia a brain disorder? What evidence suggests that schizophrenia could begin in the womb? Schizophrenia can be difined as a complex, severe, disabling disorder when it comes to the effects that it has on the brain. This can cause alterations to how a person reats and the way they percieve the world around them. Disconnection from reality is a major side effect of schizophrenia. the confusion and fear that comes along with having this disorder may cause…

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    Although some topics may be considered controversial, they need to be talked about. This is true with the subject of animal testing. In an article published in the New York Times, "Second Thoughts of an Animal Researcher", author John P. Gluck informs the reader why a scientist, who formerly conducted experiments on monkeys, would change his views to be against the practice of animal experimentation. He does this by using personal experiences. In another article, "Animal Research is Wasteful and…

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    An assessment of various research methodologies, assessing why a researcher might use these research methodologies and why a researcher might not use the research methodologies. Including whether research methodologies are influenced by ethical principles, validity and reliability are included. There are two main types of sampling which a researcher could use for their research project: random sampling or snowball sampling. A random sample is where the research questionnaire, interview etc. is…

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    Researcher 1: We’re recording. Researcher 2: Were recording. Researcher 1: Yes. Researcher 2: So, thank you so much for agreeing to participate in this research study and we have six questions that were going to be asking you, and um, starting with, um, telling us one of the most challenging, one of the most challenging, um infants with NES that your feeding or that you fed. RN A-3: Well, when they come, when they are admitted to the floor. Researcher 2: Uh-huh. RN A-3: Um, we try to…

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    the grand scheme of knowledge is both a quantitative and qualitative task” (Stake, 2010, p. 13). According to Stake (2010), a main distinction between the two types of research is the matter of emphasis (p. 19) while both types of research seek valid and reliable results (Park & Park, 2016, p. 4). In qualitative research, the researcher takes on a more personal role with the participants. “The role of qualitative researcher is all-inclusive” (Shoukat, Waheed, & Waheed, 2016, p. 1498) where…

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    picked by the researcher for specific purposes. Qualitative research provides researchers a way to understand individual perspectives and develop in-depth understandings. Many guidelines are outlined in chapters 7 and 8 (Creswell, 2015, p. 203-264) to ensure researchers employ scientific measures to ensure quality qualitative…

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