Step 1: Write down your research question. Then write down the variables that you will use to measure the main concepts in your research project. Refer to your previous exercises for the variables you will use, incorporating any feedback that we have provided on those variables. List additional variables you have included since completing the previous lab exercises.
Step 2: Develop categories based on the variables for your proposed study. Under each category you develop, use a combination of the styles (descriptive, structural, contrasting) of interview questions outlined in the lecture slides to construct open-ended interview questions that will measure the variables for your study. Make sure questions follow a logical order and ask relevant questions for what you would like to find out from interviewees to answer your research question.
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1. In what year were you born?
2. How old are you?
3. What is your gender?
4. What is the highest level of education you have completed?
5. Are you still a student, and what...