Developing Research Questions
Research questions are critically important in the dissertation process, as they help pinpoint exactly what you intend to discover through your research. When formulating research questions, care should be taken to ensure that the questions are actually leading you in the direction of what you hope to study.,Post a minimum of two research questions, based on your problem statement, which will guide your dissertation research.Please draft a separate research question for each of the study variables you included in the tabular format for week 5 assignment discussion.Please follow this format with each research question:Research Question 1 (related to independent variable 1):What is the association between independent variable 1 (spell out the variable) and the outcome in the study sample.Null hypothesis: There is no association between independent variable 1 (spell out the variable) and the outcome in the study sample.Alternative hypothesis: There is an association between independent variable 1 (spell out the variable) and the outcome in the study sample.Notes: Each of these research question is considered a bivariate analysis. Please repeat the same with all of your study/independent variable. The outcome (dependent variable) is always the same in all research questions. You only need one outcome for your proposed study. You can include a final research question to reflect multivariate analyses.