DepartmentPolicy, Organizational and Leadership Studies
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DescriptionThis course will familiarize students with principles, methods and procedures used to design, analyze, and report scientific research. The course will foster competence in (1) identifying and generating hypotheses; (2) defining and measuring variables; (3) selecting appropriate research designs; (4) selecting appropriate analytical techniques and interpreting results; (5) using disciplinary conventions to communicate research findings. The course is organized around 5 areas: Principles of Scientific Inquiry; Identifying Scientific Variables, subjects and research designs; Planning nonexperimental, quasi-experimental, and experimental research; Analyzing and interpreting these types of research; Communicating findings from these types of research.
CitationWinfield, Jake. Syllabus for Research Methods, Department of Policy, Organizational and Leadership Studies, Temple U, Philadelphia, Spring 2022.
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