Using a Quantitative Research Method, “Chi Square” in the City and Regional (Urban) Planning Profession

 
This is for a personalized professional doctoral writer who has a Planning and Public Policy PhD., on a 10 Day delivery schedule.

Detailed Instructions:

Use thoughtful historically grounded insights, examples, ideas, and findings from planning literature ONLY to support and meet the guidelines as set out below.

All examples and illustrations must be documented cases in city or regional (urban) planning with supporting qualitative or quantitative data in APA format.

Paper: 26 pages @ 275 words per page = 7,150 words / Format: APA writing style / double space / Font: Times New Roman / Size 12 point / Site all sources in APA style / Reference page in APA style /
Using the Quantitative Research Method, “Chi Square” in the City and Regional (Urban) Planning Profession:

General Concept
Tell them what you are going to tell them / Write 2 pages about 550 words:
• Introduction: Introduce Chi Square to City and Regional (Urban) Planning by:
o Pose a couple fishing question that could be answered by using the Chi Square research method in the planning profession.
• Background information
o Put together a condensed history or back story on the Chi Square research method.
o What is typical and atypical for the Chi Square research method?
• Setup and outline the paper by telling the reader what you are going to tell them in this paper.
• Transition to…
Applications of the Chi Square Method
Tell them / Write 4-6 pages, about 1100 words with diagrams and examples mixed throughout.
• What is the purpose of the Chi Square research method, (use planning examples to explain)
• Why and when it is best to use the Chi Square research method in the planning profession.
• Applications in city and regional (urban) planning (use good and bad examples)
• Transition to…
Mechanics of the Method
Tell them / Write 2-4 pages about 550 words with diagrams and examples mixed throughout.
• How does the Chi Square research method work?
• Formula, graphic, illustrations, etc.
• Explain or approach from an urban planning profession prospective
• Use urban planning examples
• Transition to…
What You Do
Tell them / Write 8-10 pages, about 2200 words with diagrams and examples mixed throughout.
• Create a urban planning research question of your interest
• Provide step-by step guideline (with screenshots examples if possible) of how to perform the Chi Square test
• Present the results / findings
• Explain or interpret the results / findings
• Transition to…
Two Case studies From Top Planning Journals in City Regional (Urban) Planning
Validate what you told them / Write 4-6 pages, about 1100 words per case study with diagrams and examples mixed throughout. (Copy and Paste information, diagrams, findings directly from case study, be sure to cite in APA format)
• Background information about the case study
• Research question(s)
• Dependent variable(s), independent variables, unit of analysis,
• Why they used the Chi Square method?
• How the author(s) used it?
• Findings and interpretation of the results
• You critical assessment of the study:
o Articulate why you believe is or it is not an appropriate use of the Chi Square method?
o Does it have Validity and reliability, why or why not?
o Does it make since in the context in which it is being used?
• Transition to…

Conclusion
Write 2 pages about 550 words:
• Simplify what you told them and tell them why you told them
Additional Comments Direction:
• Stay on topic
• Avoid random or separate points or ideas
• No random statements or facts.
• No statements without backup facts and documentation, APA cite style
• Be sure to articulate clearly and concisely, so the ideal, point, example, or illustration is conveyed and is clearly understood.
• Be persuasive and entertain the reader by using facts and documentation, which are relevant and are backed up by creditable planning reports or literature. Cite in APA style.
• Tell the reader what you are going to tell them, tell them, and then tell them what you told them.
• Use transition statements between thoughts and paragraphs.
• Tell the reader what it is you are telling them clearly and without a lot of wordiness.
• Use published literature in national recognized planning journals as well as published urban planning case studies to illustrate or give your position validity and reliability.
• Write a conclusion which summarizes what you clearly articulated and documented as to why the reader should give validity to your position or findings.
• Tell the reader what you told them and how and why you believe this method is the one to use in these instances. Cite examples you used to illustrate your point in APA
• Must be original work!
• Do not plagiaries, Cite everything in APA style, as its only plagiarism if it is not cited.
• It is okay to use others work for references but it MUST be cited in APA format.
• Cite all references in APA style, in the body of the paper and on reference page.
• The paper must be submitted both electronically as well as on paper, and will be subject to plagiarism screening, including screening by a commercial plagiarism detection service.
• Some of the commercial screening services will permanently retain the text of this paper in order to facilitate routine screening of papers submitted by others in the future.

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