A. Examine your tables, charts, and graphs.
B. Use the data displayed in your graphs and tables to write a 3 page article to highlight the results of your research study. At minimum, your article should provide (1) some demographics (don’t emphasize the obvious), (2) refer to the data on the tables/graphs and to the research hypothesis to report on whether the research objective was achieved, (3) make some connection (similarities, differences) between the results of your study and results reported in the studies cited in your literature review, (4) discussion on the strengths and limitations of your study, and (5) the implications of the results for immediate and future action (professional practice, health and human service programs, policy, future research). Please attach the charts and tables you used to the back of the article as an appendix if you did not incorporate them within the report.
1. Examine the statistics displayed on your tables and charts. Select 4-5 tables and/or charts, that display statistics that support (or do not support) your hypothesis. Your article should provide some demographics (don’t emphasize the obvious) and refer to the statistics on the tables/graphs you chose to support your conclusions. Be sure to include the tables/charts in your report. Make some connection (similarities or differences) between the results of your research and the studies cited in your literature review.
Studies can be age, race, gender etc.
2. Discuss the strengths and limitations of your study. Compare the 2 variables.
3. Discuss the implications of the results of your study for immediate and/or future action. What recommendations would you make (based on the findings of your research) for professional practice, program development, social policy, and future research?
Please start of using the Hypothesis,
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