I will need for Chapter 3 to look just like the Template that is attached. I have also attached an example stated (Chapter 3. Example). It will need to talk about these specific things.
Quantitative Causal Comparative Design
**5 levels of leadership styles:
1 Structural leader
2 Participative leader
3 servant Leader
4 freedom- Thinking Leader
5 Transformational Leader
**3 Dependent variables:
**what instruments will be used for each Dependent variables?
** Data Analysis:
Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA)
Remote employees and Traditional employees (in terms of each of their supervisor’s performance, motivation, Satisfaction.Chapter 3: Methodology
The purpose of this quantitative causal-comparative study was to identify if or to what extent there were differences between the MHL of African clergy who have at least a four-year bachelor’s degree or higher and those who do not have at least a four-year bachelor’s degree. This study’s design allowed for the comparisons between participants sorted into two groups; individuals with at least a four-year bachelor’s degree or higher and those without a four-year bachelor’s degree. The chapter included an overview of the research design and rationale, study participants, sampling method and instrumentation, data collection, analysis, and ethical considerations taken in the design. This study addressed the gap in the literature concerning the MHL of African American clergy. Also, it examines if there was a between African American clergy who have at least a four-year bachelor’s degree or higher and those who do not have at least a four-year bachelor’s degree.
Chapter 3 contains a descriptive discussion of the conduct of this study and how
it informed the problem. The detailed explanation supports future design replication, data collection, and analysis. The description of the population and sample ensured that the reader could understand the research subjects. The MHLS data collection tool allowed valid and reliable data collection. As described, data analysis procedures followed ethical practices. This chapter’s discussion on limitations and delimitations expands the discussion in Chapter 1.
Purpose of the Study
The purpose of this quantitative causal-comparative study was to examine the MHL levels of African American clergy in Arizona and to see if and to what extent a difference exists in A) knowledge of professional help available, B) knowledge of risk factors and causes, C) knowledge of self-treatment, based upon the MHLS Questionnaire (O’Connor & Casey, 2015) between African American clergy who have at least a four-year bachelor’s degree or higher and those who do not have at least a four-year bachelor’s degree. The specific independent variable is (a) level of education (those who did and did not receive a four-year bachelor’s degree). Given the high number of African American individuals who turn to African American clergy for general assistance with their mental health issues and the lack of available research about the MHL of African American clergy, this study is particularly timely. This study added to the current literature by investigating the MHL of African American clergy. As more information and research are made available to the churches and mental health professionals regarding the MHL of African American clergy, it allows them to become better equipped to offer services to individuals in churches dealing with mental health illnesses (Gorczynski et al., 2017).
This study explored the levels of (MHL) between African American clergy with at least a four-year bachelor’s The Research Proposal: An Explanatory Template for BUS8115 and BUS8120 for Chapters 4 – 5 of the Dissertation
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College of Business
In partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree of
Doctor of Business Administration
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THE RESEARCH PROPOSAL BUS8115 AND BUS8120
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An abstract is a brief, comprehensive summary of the entire proposal, typically ranging from 150 to 250 words. The APA manual notes the type of information that should be included in abstracts for different types of studies. In general, the abstract outlines the major headings: the research question, theoretical framework, research design, sampling method, instrumentation, and data and analysis procedures. In a final dissertation, the abstract also outlines key findings and interpretations. A reader should gain a high level understanding of the entire document from its abstract. Do not add any information in the abstract that is not discussed throughout the dissertation. Because it highlights the entire proposal, researchers often write the abstract after the remainder of the document. Writing an abstract is an important skill requiring the ability to be concise. In publications, the abstract is often the first thing potential readers review to determine whether to continue reading your work.
THE RESEARCH PROPOSAL BUS8115 AND BUS8120 2
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You may provide brief acknowledgements on this page. The acknowledgements should be no more than one to two pages. You will complete the acknowledgements in BUS8120. You may find it helpful to research examples of acknowledgements in dissertations.
List of Tables
Similar to the table of contents, list tables (including caption and page number location) on this page. Refer to the APA manual for guidance. You will complete this task in BUS8120.
List of Figures
Similar to the table of contents, list any figures (including caption and page number location) used in your dissertation. Refer to the APA manual for guidance. You will complete this task in BUS8120.
The table of contents outlines your study for the reader. The easiest way to create the table of contents is to use the levels of heading feature in Microsoft Word. For example, this template has already been set up using headings (in Microsoft Word editing utilities) for the major portions of the outline. Subsequently, Microsoft Word will automatically create the table of contents, which has been started below, by using the Table of Contents feature in the
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