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Establishing Research Questions Instructions: Review the questions you generated at the end of your literature review in Week 3. Determine which questions might be answered through further review of the literature, and which questions might be answered through collecting empirical data (this would be part of a research study). Generate a new, expanded list of research questions for either the quantitative study or the qualitative study used in your Week 3 literature review that could be used for a new study. Justify your choice of research questions in terms of practical feasibility (cost, doability, access) and of interest to specific audiences. Post your research questions to this week’s Research Questions Peer Review learning activity. SupportingMaterial:Research Questions Peer Review

Establishing Research Questions Instructions: Review the questions you generated at the end of your literature review in Week 3. Determine which questions might be answered through further review of the literature, and which questions might be answered through collecting empirical data (this would be part of a research study). Generate a new, expanded list of research questions for either the quantitative study or the qualitative study used in your Week 3 literature review that could be used for a new study. Justify your choice of research questions in terms of practical feasibility (cost, doability, access) and of interest to specific audiences. Post your research questions to this week’s Research Questions Peer Review learning activity. SupportingMaterial:Research Questions Peer Review