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Create a document that has four clearly defined sections (listed below), and that totals no more than 3 pages in length.

  1. Research Question(s). State the research question(s) that you are proposing to study.(MY TOPIC OF Interest: Sex Offender Treatment and Assesment Tools that measure redidivism.
  2. Survey Research Method. Clearly state why a survey method would be appropriate given your research question(s), citing the course text, video programs, and/or other research papers, as appropriate.
  3. Sex Offender TreatmentHypotheses. State both a null and alternative research hypothesis. Be sure to articulate clearly the variables you are proposing to study.
  4. Research Design. Include the following information in this section:
    • Population. Define the population you would propose to study and its characteristics. This should include, but is not limited to:
      1. age
      2. gender
      3. ethnicity
      4. additional cultural factors
      5. education level
    • Sampling. Define your method of sampling the population (for example: random, convenience, etc.). State how you would gain access to the participants.
    • Measures. Briefly describe the measures you will use to assess the predictor and the outcome. For example, if you were measuring efficacy, you would briefly describe and provide a reference for a self-efficacy scale.
    • Ethical protection of participants. Briefly state any ethical issues you foresee with your study. Also, make a preliminary assessment of the level of risk associated with participation in your study that might need to be raised with the Institutional Review Board.

Be sure that your document is double-spaced, and uses size 12 font. Please adhere to the page limit: Your assignment is not to exceed 3 pages in length.
Support your Application assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are asked to provide a reference list only for those resources not included in the Learning Resources for this course.

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