Children are not Born Mediated

Create a research paper based on your original topic “Children are Not Born Mediated.”

For the research paper, it is also required that you create a bibliography for each references.

Dissertation and Research Project-Factors Affecting the Growth of Apple 

The purpose of this chapter is to justify the topic of the dissertation or research project as being worthy of research.
To do this successful the student should:
• Introduce the topic and its context.
• Locate the topic within current academic literature.
• Draw from non-academic literature sources (e.g. specific company literature, government reports, newspapers etc.) to demonstrate the wider relevance of the topic.
• Show the contemporary nature of the study.
• Present the research questions to be studied as a logical consequence of the argument they have constructed.
• Summarise the chapter and introduce the next chapter.
(Proportion of word count, approximately 10%)
2- Literature Review
Do not cut and paste text into the literature review.
The purpose of this chapter is to review and critically analyse the academic literature pertinent to the research question(s) this chapter also provides material to be used in the data collection stage.
To do this successfully the student should:
• Ensure the reviewed literature is relevant by using the research question(s) as sub-headings, at least in the draft stage.
• Demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the academic debates relevant to their topic.
• Critically analyse key contributions, identifying their strengths and weaknesses, testing their internal consistency, and acknowledging and presenting the inevitable counter-arguments.
• Avoid presenting literature uncritically this does not demonstrate understanding.
• Avoid presenting only the positive side of an argument, as a researcher he/she must acknowledge and evaluate the negative aspects of their chosen topic.
• Summarise the chapter and introduce the next chapter.
(Word count 30%)
Chapter 3-Research Methodology
The purpose of this chapter is to justify the research methodology chosen by the student as following accepted academic convention.
To do this successfully the student should:
• Support and substantiate his/her claims throughout with reference to appropriate research methodology literature.
• Justify the research strategy chosen.
• Ensure the strategy is consistent with his/her identified research approach (qualitative or quantitative for example).
• Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the type of research approach chosen and the data collection methods employed.
• Identify the limitations of the research.
• Summarise the chapter and introduce the next chapter.
(Word count 15%)
Chapter 4-Results, Analysis & Discussion
The purpose of this chapter is to present the data and analyse the findings in relation to the literature reviewed in chapter two.
To do this successfully the student should:
• Ensure relevance by using the research questions as sub-headings, at least in the draft stage.
• Present the data in a clear and coherent manner, using tables, graphs etc. as he/she sees fit.
• Critically discuss the findings in relation to the literature in chapter two, identifying areas of agreement and disagreement, and give some thought as to why the results he/she obtained were so.
• Identify any results that were puzzling or unexpected and consider why this was so.
• Summarise the chapter and introduce the next chapter.
(Word count 35%)
Chapter 5 – Conclusions, Implications & Recommendations
The purpose of this chapter is to conclude the study by drawing together all the key points and to identify recommendations drawn from the research.
To do this successfully the student should:
• Conclude the study effectively by drawing together all the main issues, state their implications and make recommendations – presenting them in a coherent narrative.
• Reflect upon the process of the research identifying what went well and what should have been done differently.
• Identify the limitations of the study.
• Identify any areas of further study highlighted during the research process.
• Include any personal/professional reflections.
• Summarise the whole of the study.
(Word count 10%)

Guidelines on format and presentation
Your Masters Dissertation or Research Project is the most important single piece of work that you will complete in working towards achievement of your degree. It is important to present your dissertation according to the general standards expected throughout UK higher education. The following sets out the standards as they apply to your programme at Our Business School although your supervisor may recommend slight variations dependent upon your subject area and approach to the research project.
Length 7MG002 (60 credits) 15,000 – 18,000 words
7MG001 (10 credits) 12,000 – 15,000 words
The masters dissertation or research project study is to be word processed and printed using clear typeface (i.e. typically Times New Roman, Arial or similar; not italic or fancy type), in a permanent and legible form. Where copies are produced by any means they must be of permanent nature.
A4 paper of good quality and sufficient opacity (typically 70g/sq.m white) should be used. Only one side of the paper should be used. A left hand margin of 30/40mm should be used, to allow for binding; right hand margins should be 20mm.
Chapters should start on a new page. 12 point size typeface and line spacing of 1.5 should be used for typescript of the main text, except for indented quotations and footnotes when single spacing may be used. New paragraphs should begin flush with the left hand margin. Any abbreviations used should be those in normal use; where necessary a key to abbreviations should be provided.
Pages numbers must be numbered consecutively throughout the text. Pages numbers should be located centrally at the bottom of each page.
Two paper copies of the dissertation or research project are required for submission to the University, and marked for the attention of the member of staff who has supervised the dissertation or research project (not the module leader).
In addition you must also submit the final submission online to the Turnitin Software via your WOLF topic. Failure to do so will result in failing the module.
Submitted copies shall be bound in a permanent way so that sheets cannot readily be removed or replaced.
The first page should be a title page, see the sample in the Wolf page men

Stress and panic attacks.

 Why is it that the body and the brain can think that you’re having an actual heart attack and actually trigger one when someone has a healthy heart?
– video about what is should be like is below:
A great example of a chemistry extended essay: Essay should follow specific very important criteria (click in the link below and go to page 43 where there is a title named “Chemistry” ):

Academic style of research paper- APA

Consider writing about a section of neurochemistry and how it relates to the body. You could examine how different stress factors affect the human body.Also consider organic chemistry, the paper can incorporate how stress can cause problems with different systems like your autoimmune system.

Climate change and transport disruption and measuring risk and uncertainty.

Research in the field of climate change and transport disruption is concerned with the perception that extreme weather events are occurring more often in the latest years. In the last few years the UK transport system has witnessed some of the worst extreme weather conditions in its history, these conditions have resulted in big impacts to transport users, operators, the economy, at both the local and national level, and has also suffered prolonged periods of extreme weather conditions. Until now there has been no method on how risk and uncertainty can be measured and handled within transport infrastructure to reduce impact on transport system or how policy maker’s deal with risk and uncertainty in the development and implementation of strategy and projects.

The focus of this research will be on examining how risk and uncertainty are framed and handled within the appraisal, policy development and strategy implementation phases, in response to the challenges presented by climate change to transport infrastructure.


Research on how cultural heritage sites and its theme based hotels boosting the tourism industry in the State of Rajasthan (India)


 Cover Page: The title of your degree, title of your project, your name and student ID
 Executive Summary/Abstract – 2nd page: (approx. 250 words)
 Contents Page – 3rd page (to include Table of Contents, List of Figures)
 Introduction
 Background, aim(s) & objectives of the project, and a clear statement of your research question (around 1500 words)
 Literature Review:
 A summary of the most important pieces of previous research: at least 25 references (around 3000 words)
 Methodology
 Description of methods you intend to use and a justification for your choice of methods (around 2000 words)
 Main Chapters with numbered Chapter Headings and Subheadings
 2 or 3 chapters forming the main part of your report, containing:
– Analysis of results (around 1500 words)
– Interpretation (around 1000 words)
 Conclusions (around 1000 words)
– List of References Using Harvard convention and alphabetically ordered
 Appendices
The Executive Summary/Abstract
This should briefly describe the scope of your project, the research question being asked, the methods used and conclusions gained. It should give someone enough information to be able to decide whether they wish to read the entire document.

Main Chapters
 These should
– Start on a new page, and should contain a title (not just “Chapter 1, Chapter 2” etc).
– Have a brief introduction (putting the chapter into context of the work as a whole), and a summary of your findings at the end of the chapter.
 They may
– Include analysis of data collected
– Include further literature reviewed as the work progresses.
– Include analysis of case studies
– Include International comparisons
– Focus on particular objectives of your research.

Conclusions Chapter should
 Refer to your original aims and objectives
 Summarise your overall findings
 Make connections between findings in different chapters
 Make connections between your findings and those in your literature review
 Identify shortfalls/weaknesses in your work
 NOT introduce new material that hasn’t been discussed within your report
 Make recommendations for future work

Appendices should
• Only include items which will be discussed fairly extensively in the body of your report.
• Include ‘evidence’ of the work you did eg completed questionnaires, transcripts of interviews etc
Preferred style of the project report
We are not overly prescriptive about what your final report should look like – however there are certain style conventions that we advise you consider. By following these, you will ensure that your report looks clean, professional and pleasing to the eye.

Your report should be:

• Single sided word processed
• Adequate left margin for binding
• Font should by Times New Roman or Arial (point 10 or 12)
• Line spacing should be 1.5 or double
• Written in the 3rd person (avoid “I”, “you” etc)
• Written in an academic style (avoid journalistic/sales type of speech/slogans/slang etc)
• Written with enough clarity that someone OTHER than your Project Supervisor will be able to follow the work you have done. (Note: the Dissertation will be 2nd marked by another lecturer in the subject area of your project, and reviewed by one or more external examiners)
• Spell checked & grammar checked
• Proof read (this is not the responsibility of your Project Supervisor)
• Pages should be numbered
Word Length of the Project Report

10,000 words.

The word count does not include cover page, table of contents, executive summary, references, appendices.

Research paper / women health

Important: Dear student: here you have the instructions for your project, which is divide in 4 portions, the last one is the total paper submission (10 pages; which not include the presentation and reference pages) YOU MUST COVER EVERY GRADING CRETERIA DESCRIBE BELOW.
Due Week # 1
Assignment 4: Research Review Paper—Part 1
Overview of Research Review Paper
Part of your work in this course will be to develop a research review paper. This paper is divided into four assignments to help you learn content and develop writing skills. These assignments occur in Weeks 1, 2, 6, and 8. The first three assignments are individual components that will fit together to form the whole paper. The fourth assignment provides you an opportunity to combine the previous three assignments, incorporating instructor comments and discussion feedback to make a cohesive report. Here is a list of the four assignments:
• Part 1: Introduction
• Part 2: Literature review
• Part 3: Synthesis of literature and proposal
• Part 4: Editing as needed and submission of the completed paper
The Research Review Paper—Part 1: Introduction
For this week’s assignment, you will identify a women’s health topic and why you’re interested in it. (Scanning the required texts’ contents may help you decide what “grabs” you.) While examining the literature for your selected topic, assess in what way, if any, health promotion, disease prevention, or both has been incorporated or addressed.
According to the CDC (2015), as a nation, the United States spends 86% of healthcare dollars on treating chronic diseases. The Affordable Care Act has included specific language to address illness prevention, health promotion, and wellness for public health (HHS, n.d).
Describe the importance of this topic to women’s health and in what ways you might incorporate health promotion and disease prevention where applicable. One of the many roles of the advanced practice nurse is to educate, empower, and enable patients and their families to improve and take control of their health.
Write two questions about the topic you’d like to explore further and explain why. Refer to at least one published journal article related to your topic.
Cite any sources you use in APA format on a separate page.
Submission Details:

• Submit your work in a 3-pages Microsoft Word document.
Assignment 4 Grading Criteria Maximum Points
Defined the topic. 5
Described why you’re interested in this topic. 5
Discussed the significance of your topic regarding the healthcare of women. 10
Identified two questions related to the topic you’d like to explore and explained why. 5
Cited at least one published journal article about the topic. 3
Used correct spelling and grammar and a professional vocabulary; cited all sources using correct APA format. 2
Total: 30
Due Week # 2
Assignment 3: Research Review Paper—Part 2
Literature Review
Building on what you wrote in Part 1 last week, locate, read, and write about the research and findings in two articles about your topic. These articles should have been published in the past two years in refereed nursing journals. Your paper should analyze, compare, and contrast the authors’ hypotheses, methods, and findings. In addition, you need to make revisions to Part 1 based on the feedback from your instructor, your readings, and/or discussions in class.
Submission Details:

• Submit your literature review in a 3-page Microsoft Word document.
Assignment 3 Grading Criteria Maximum Points
Incorporated and resubmitted revisions to Part 1 with Part 2. 5
Selected articles appropriate to the topic identified in Part 1 and as per the criteria defined in the assignment. 3
Ensured the paper summarizes selected authors’ hypotheses, methods, and findings. 10 points
Ensured the paper follows APA format and is written creatively in the student’s own words. 2
Total: 20

Due Week # 6
Assignment 2: Research Review Paper—Part 3
For Part 3 of the research review paper, you will do a synthesis of the literature and create a research proposal.
Before you begin, review the overall assignment instructions from Weeks 1 and 2. Revise Parts 1 and 2 of your paper, as needed, on the basis of instructor feedback, new knowledge acquired in class, or discussion questions and/or additional readings.
Part 3 will probably be the most challenging part of the assignment, so allow yourself plenty of time to think about what you’ve read and develop an argument for further research. Using the knowledge gained from work on Parts 1 and 2, identify one research question that has not been investigated previously or that you would address in a different way than you’ve read about so far. This is sometimes known as gap analysis, in that you are looking for a gap in the existing body of knowledge where new research would contribute to an understanding of the issue in a way that could improve clinical practice for the nurse practitioner and improve patient outcomes.
Your research question must be clearly related to Parts 1 and 2. Be sure to state this clearly as a research question. Explain why you think this is a gap in existing research (relate directly to published research), its clinical relevance (why you think your specific research question is an important area to explore), and your ideas about research design (how you would conduct research to investigate it). Include a discussion of whether your question would lend itself to a quantitative, qualitative, or mixed design; why; and how you might be able to acquire participants for the study.
Cite any sources you use using APA format on a separate page.
Submission Details:
• Submit your answers in a 4-page Microsoft Word document.
• Name your document SU_NSG6330_W6_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.
• Submit your document to the W6
Assignment 2 Grading Criteria Maximum Points
Identified and clearly stated a research question that represents a gap in current research. 5
Described the clinical relevance of the proposed research question. 5
Presented a possible research design for investigating the proposed question. 5
Maintained the originality of the research question. 3
Used correct spelling, grammar, and professional vocabulary and cited all sources using APA style. 2
Total: 20

Due Week # 8
Assignment 3: Research Review Paper—Final Submission
In Weeks 1, 2, and 6, you completed portions of your research review paper. This week, your assignment is to put it all together to form a cohesive whole. All editorial comments and discussion notes should be compiled logically to complete this paper. Make sure that all three parts merge as a cohesive whole.
Submission Details:
• Submit your answers in a 12-page Microsoft Word document previously complete in previous weeks.
Assignment 3 Grading Criteria Maximum Points
Clearly discussed the clinical significance. 10
Accurately summarized prior research. 5
Clearly defined the gap in research leading to your proposed research question. 5
Clearly stated your research question. 3
Ensured that your suggestions for methods are rational, doable, and appropriate for the proposed question. 5
Ensured that the paper is well organized and well written and demonstrates significant development in your ability to think and write from initial submission. Properly followed APA format. 2
Total: 30

Methodological Fundamentals


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Final Paper (Project):

For this final project, you are to develop a research paper on a topic related to interpersonal relations or conflict resolution but must meet the two conditions: (1) it must be a research project and (2) it must be clearly relevant to the topic.

This final project is a critical element of the class. It constitutes 50% of the final grade. My recommendation is to start developing and crafting this final deliverable early, so that by the end of the semester you can present a well throughout scholarly product.

Final Paper (Project) Details:

5-7 pages written research paper on a topic related to interpersonal relations or conflict resolution, but must meet the two conditions: (1) it must be a research project and (2) it must be clearly relevant to interpersonal relations or conflict resolution. This page count does not include the title page, abstract, tables, graphics, and reference pages. The APA (6th Ed.) is the guiding manual for form and style for this project. Each student is expected to find relevant, recent, and credible research. Under no circumstances will references from dictionaries or encyclopedias be accepted as references, including online sources such as Wikipedia. No more than 15% of your paper should be from direct quotes. No references can be listed on the reference page that does not first appear in the text of your paper. Please make all papers typed, double-spaced, and enumerated on the top right corner in the margin with 1″ margins. Please use Times New Roman or Courier New; 12 point font.

Research Methods

You are required to complete an individual reflective essay which evaluates the strengths and shortcomings of the research strategies and actions adopted by your group. In order to do this you will need to:
 analyse relevant research methods theories and models
 assess the strengths and shortcomings of the strategies and actions adopted by your group, and consider how they may have been improved (bearing in mind reviewed literature)

you need o answer 1-6 questions is about rugby but you not going to talk rugby each section I will but a pages it will help the writer bit more.
I will put a file it has to look like that my work but only the topics are different. I will but a file It will help the writer to understand more.
Each sections needs to have referees
In particular you should reflect upon:
1. How a research question, which required secondary and primary data (qualitative and quantitative) to effectively address it, was formulated?
2. How it was decided the identified research question could best be answered?
3. The sourcing, evaluation and analysis of relevant secondary (existing) material for the development of a literature review.?
4. How relevant primary data (qualitative and quantitative) were accessed, gathered, recorded and analysed?
5. the presentation and defence of the research process and findings at the ‘Undergraduate Research Conference’?
6. how ethical issues were addressed?
Evidence to support statements/argument should be drawn from your methods of enquiry research journal entries. This evidence should be presented in the main body of the essay as description of critical incidents or as quotations in inverted commas (giving journal page number).
This part will help the writer
Ethics we considered throughout our research project

• integrity and objectivity of researcher – promoted honesty and avoided deceiving them
• Avoidance of harm – ensured confidentiality was kept
• Privacy – anonymous
• Avoided leading questions in interviews, questionnaires
• Ensured interviews were held at sociable times
• As we took a covert approach – had to debriefing them fully after observation

Qualitative data

When collecting our qualitative data we focused on the following things: locations, time and if fans showed any strange or special explicit behavior. To collect such data, we conducted covert ethnographic observations in different locations to gauge and record genuine reactions by rugby fans.

An ethnographic observation is an observation done from the point of view of the subject. This of course could only be conducted by sitting within rugby fans and watching the matches with them. Our data was only collected when each of us heard the sighs and cheers during the matches and felt the camaraderie after therefore taking a covert approach..

We conducted this observation in a few different places including pubs, the Oxford Brookes Sports Center, a stadium, and a local rugby club at different times and during different games. We observed not only behaviors that stood out to us during those games, but also filled out observation sheets to record behaviors observed before, during and after the game.

The behaviors we were looking for were if fans were drinking or eating, sitting or standing, cheering or shouting, and/or sitting with fans from opposing teams. These sheets also determined if there was a large scale of a certain gender or age in each location that differed in others.

With each observation sheet and personal experiences with strange or interesting behaviors observed during each game, we analysed a pattern of behaviors that intersect with different rugby fans.


Regarding quantitative findings we discovered that 68% of the participants that watch rugby agree or strongly agree that they cheer more with friends rather than when they watch it with families or on their own.

The most popular reason for why they watch rugby was for socialising.

The 80% of the participants prefer a close game and 58% of them watch it in big groups, so it is quite high too the percentage of people that watch rugby in small groups or alone.

Another fact we got to know by the questionnaires, was that 68% of the respondents drink and eat while watching rugby, no matter the result of the game.


By observing people in different locations we get to the conclusion that the location affects demographics of audience and who they attend with (for example, as we could see here, in the stadium the range of spectator’s age goes from 5 to 75 years old, while…. ).

As well as the quantitative data shows, no matter the result of the game, they were always drinking or eating something everywhere.

Research showed that when winning they were more cheering and happier, while when losing they focus more on socialising and they cheer less.