Considering Research Applications
Southern New Hampshire University : 4-3 Forming a Research Question https://snhu.mindedgeonline.com/content.php?cid=170347 1/1 In the last learning block, you summarized the key research investigation, and you edited your list of resources to include only those that are relevant to these main In this learning block, you’ll read about Mark’s thinking when considering how to form a research question. His research has brought him to a fuller understanding of the social science issue, including what new research could bene Similarly , your research has brought you to a fuller understanding of your social science issue — you can now be able to identify an area for further research that could bene populations and professionals af fected by your issue.
In this learning block, you’ll learn how to form a research question. Y ou will identify qualities that make research questions workable versus unworkable. At the end of the learning block, you’ll form your own research question and consider what the next steps would be to investigate that question.
Obje ctiv e s Evaluate the research gathered about the social science issue to identify an area for further investigation, and use that identi form a research question.
Use the social science perspective to detail the next steps that should be taken to answer the research question. Copyrig ht © 2 022 M in dE dge In c. A ll r ig hts r e se rv e d. D uplic a tio n p ro hib ite d. Mo dule F our: P erfo rm in g t h e R ese arc h In ve stig atio n, c o ntin ued | L earn in g B lo ck 4 -3 : F orm in g a R ese arc h Q uestio n