Student Oral Research Presentation

What differences, if any, are there in children who are raised by stay-at-home moms and working moms? Does society today still discriminate against working mothers who wish to have flexible work schedules? Generally, I emphasize a conceptual summary: extract what you think are the main concepts for your topic describe and define each of these concepts give one or two research examples of the concept and give some everyday examples of your research and how it may apply to different types of groups if you are planning an empirical study describe how you will operationalize concepts and what your study design looks like if you are analyzing data, describe your data set if you will do a focus group, describe your topic, why a focus group is important, your focus group questions, and other study design features. Remember to put references at the end for anyone who would like to follow up on this topic!  Student presentations should be 5 – 7 minutes long.  Students are expected to highlight their proposed research project noting the grading criteria listed in the table below.  Additionally, utilize the handouts given in class and the example PowerPoint to guide you through what aspects should be covered in your presentation.  Students are encouraged to make their presentations as creative/interactive as possible.   Please note that this exercise is only to OUTLINE your proposed research.  You are not expected actually to conduct the research you will outline and you should NOT know or present the possible outcomes.   At a minimum, students’ oral presentation must discuss/include the following elements: •       Legitimate Title (based on our discussion of an appropriate research topic) •       Introduction (Explain why this is an important issue and what problem you are addressing.) •       Research questions (List three substantive questions that will help you discover the information you seek.  Think deeply and avoid simplistic or yes/no questions.)  Research questions must be answered by your selected research population and study (not some other source). •       Methodology (Explain how you intend to conduct the research to find answers to your questions.) •       Expected Outcome (What problem(s) will you resolve, what changes could this research effect?)   Your PowerPoint slides are to be submitted through  on the day of your individual presentation.  It must include the above information. Visual aids are required.

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