Introduction: states the focus of the study, begins with background

 Introduction: states the focus of the study, begins with background information regarding the problem under investigation. As the heading implies, the purpose of the study is stated in this section. Generally, there is no one ″correct″ or ″best way″ to write or identify the problem statement. However, the following examples illustrate commonly used formats that are acceptable. 1. This study will compare, contrast, investigate, describe, determine, examine, develop, clarify, or evaluate the issue being studied, among others. Research Questions or Hypotheses and research questions emerge from the problem statements They are operationalize it in terms of specific variables and relationships to be examined and reported. Hypotheses and research questions also suggest methodology for the study and serve as the basis for drawing conclusions. Survey research and non-experimental research are generally limited to research questions. Findings & Conclusions: Results of the study, suggestions or presсrіptions for practitioners or members of intended audience.