Write on how you feel about what the authors say, the style or structure of their writing, and whether it is “interesting,’ reflect and write: Is the thinking in the readings logical and reasonable? Why or why not? What are the strengths of the arguments? Where do you see flaws, weaknesses or aspects that are not convincing? What would be a better way to think about the issue? What is lacking or overlooked? What are your own well-reasoned ideas about the issue at hand? If there is more than one reading, try to evaluate the readings as a whole as opposed to individually; but if necessary, point out the arguments that you would like to discuss from some of the readings when you make your arguments. Remember that not every reading should be expected to cover everything….that’s the reason why multiple readings are assigned, to get to multiple facets of a given topic. Try to compare and contrast the authors’ ideas… how are they similar or different? In sum, try to constructively and thoughtfully interact with the ideas the author(s) present, including discussing your own ideas and possible counterarguments to what they articulate.
As chapter 1 had discussed about the introduction to the research and chapter 2 had provided an insight into the literature review, chapter 3 would be focusing on the research methodology that would be carried out during the course of the research. In essence, it is the foundation of how data would be collected and analyzed. Chapter 3 would begin by discussing on the theoretical framework designed specifically for this paper, encompassing and providing an overview and relationships of all the variables present in this research. From then on, 3.2 would discuss about the different forms of hypotheses development and the chosen method for the researchers hypotheses. Proceeding through, 3.3 would discuss about the sampling design, or in other words, how the researcher intends to represent the target population. This section also gives detailed steps on the researcher’s planned implementation of a pilot test, the sampling design method used and the sampling procedures that would be initiated. Section 3.4 would then touch base on the data collection methods that would be used by the researcher, both secondary and primary sources. The data analysis section would be under 3.5, where techniques regarding the methods of data analysis and hypotheses testing would be discussed. Chapter 3 would then conclude with a chapter summary at 3.6. 3.1 Theoretical Framework The theoretical framework has been created to be a “conceptual framework of how one theorizes or makes logical sense of the relationships among the factors that have been identified as important to the problem” (Sekaran, 2003). It is developed to have an insight into the inter->GET ANSWER