answer these

I’m studying and need help with a English question to help me learn.

(Problem statement) the selected one will be uploaded as word file named poor leadership

Narrow down the problem that you have chosen to pursue. Write a problem statement for the same.

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research Article

Find a qualitative/quantitative research article (peer-reviewed) from a Journal or Conference Proceedings. Post ONE article as a PDF attachment. Use the following format to describe the article: (a) Write the title of the article, (b) Authors, (c) Year of publication, (d) Source where the article was published (may be a journal or conference proceeding.)

Based on the qualitative article you selected, you will be writing a paper (4-6 pages) critiquing the article. (Check the format and content requirements of the paper) uploaded as word file named formatting

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1)

A goal of qualitative research is to uncover the “multiple truths” that characterize any complex phenomenon or situation. What does the term “multiple truths” refer to in this usage?

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2)

Dr. D is conducting an interview with Amber, who works as a cocktail waitress. Here is an excerpt:

Dr. D: What shift do you typically work?
Amber: Night. I come in a around 7:00 p.m. and work until 2:00 a.m.
Dr. D: Cocktail waitressing has a bad reputation. How bad is it to work here?
Amber: Not so bad. Most of our customers are pretty nice guys. They’re regulars and they don’t drink too much and get out of control. In fact, if one customer is giving me a hard time, another often steps in and helps out.
Dr. D: As the evening progresses, the men give you more and more problems, don’t they? What do you do about that?
Amber: I ignore it as long as I can. I get the manager to step in if they don’t straighten up.

Do you notice any problems with the interviewing technique of Dr. D? Describe the problems you see in the excerpts and then explain what Dr. D should do differently.

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3)

In writing the cover letter to accompany a mailed survey, novice researchers often stress the immediacy of their need for the data. Is this the best approach to take in the cover letter? If not, what do you recommend instead?

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4)

The authors of your textbook suggest that sampling bias is virtually unavoidable and that it is important to disclose and discuss possible sources of bias in the study report. Do you agree? Explain your position.

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Prefer instructions: could u start on research article first because if someone has the same we have to re do it, so just start on research article’s first part give me the A, B, C, D of first part of research article and the writing paper later is fine

chapters uploaded incase u want them

for 1- 4 as usual les that half of page answer and when u start let me know to see if I have some help formatting


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Help me study for my English class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.

Meditation and Buddhist Scriptures – Discussion Group 4

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This week you have two questions for your discussion board:

1. This week, I asked you to complete a 5-minute meditation with me. So, I would like to hear from you how it went! Was it easy or hard? Were you able to create spaces between your thoughts when you just focused on your breath? What could be some benefits to meditation? And how do you think it helps Buddhists achieve greater awareness of the world and eventually enlightenment?

2. Choose one of the Buddhism readings (2, 4, 7, 9, 12, 16c, 17, 21a, 24, 33, and 36) from The World’s Wisdom and tell me what you thought of it. What did it teach you about Buddhism? What interested or confused you about the reading?

Your initial response must be at least 250 words and include two direct quotations from the reading (along with the page numbers for the quotes

answer these

I’m studying and need help with a English question to help me learn.

(Problem statement) the selected one will be uploaded as word file named poor leadership

Narrow down the problem that you have chosen to pursue. Write a problem statement for the same.

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research Article

Find a qualitative/quantitative research article (peer-reviewed) from a Journal or Conference Proceedings. Post ONE article as a PDF attachment. Use the following format to describe the article: (a) Write the title of the article, (b) Authors, (c) Year of publication, (d) Source where the article was published (may be a journal or conference proceeding.)

Based on the qualitative article you selected, you will be writing a paper (4-6 pages) critiquing the article. (Check the format and content requirements of the paper) uploaded as word file named formatting

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1)

A goal of qualitative research is to uncover the “multiple truths” that characterize any complex phenomenon or situation. What does the term “multiple truths” refer to in this usage?

———————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

2)

Dr. D is conducting an interview with Amber, who works as a cocktail waitress. Here is an excerpt:

Dr. D: What shift do you typically work?
Amber: Night. I come in a around 7:00 p.m. and work until 2:00 a.m.
Dr. D: Cocktail waitressing has a bad reputation. How bad is it to work here?
Amber: Not so bad. Most of our customers are pretty nice guys. They’re regulars and they don’t drink too much and get out of control. In fact, if one customer is giving me a hard time, another often steps in and helps out.
Dr. D: As the evening progresses, the men give you more and more problems, don’t they? What do you do about that?
Amber: I ignore it as long as I can. I get the manager to step in if they don’t straighten up.

Do you notice any problems with the interviewing technique of Dr. D? Describe the problems you see in the excerpts and then explain what Dr. D should do differently.

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3)

In writing the cover letter to accompany a mailed survey, novice researchers often stress the immediacy of their need for the data. Is this the best approach to take in the cover letter? If not, what do you recommend instead?

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4)

The authors of your textbook suggest that sampling bias is virtually unavoidable and that it is important to disclose and discuss possible sources of bias in the study report. Do you agree? Explain your position.

———————————————————————————————————————————————–

Prefer instructions: could u start on research article first because if someone has the same we have to re do it, so just start on research article’s first part give me the A, B, C, D of first part of research article and the writing paper later is fine

chapters uploaded incase u want them

for 1- 4 as usual les that half of page answer and when u start let me know to see if I have some help formatting