Q1 Distinguish between a research problem, the topic, the purpose, and the research questions
Q2 Describe the five elements that compromise a “statement of the problem” section
Q3 Identify, at least, different approaches to selecting participants and sites
Q4 What are the levels of permissions required to gain access to participants and sites
Q5 Name the steps involved in conducting an analysis of qualitative data
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The differences among the topic, research problem, purpose statement and the research questions lie in the fact that they move from a general topic of research to the specific problems that the research focuses on. For example the topic might be to analyze distance learning which is more general. The research problem would be the next stage where the lack of students in distance learning courses is studied. This is more focused on the problem that the research seeks to analyze....
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