Review the Sample Quantitative Research Proposal form this unit’s readings.Compose a formal, APA-formatted paper of no more than 700 words (word count excluding title and reference pages) that:Articul

Review the Sample Quantitative Research Proposal form this unit’s readings.

Compose a formal, APA-formatted paper of no more than 700 words (word count excluding title and reference pages) that:

  • Articulates the alignment issues between the business problem, purpose statement, and research question.
  • Articulates the alignment issues between the business problem and the conceptual framework.
  • Argues why the ethical considerations provided are inadequate to meet applicable standards.

eview the following:

  • Chapter 21: Secondary Data Analysis [PPTX].
  • Sample Quantitative Research Proposal [DOC].

Use the Capella library to read the following:

  • Konstantopoulos, S. (2008). An introduction to meta-analysis. In J. Osbourne (Ed.), Best practices in quantitative methods (pp. 177-195).

Use the Companion Web site of your Doing Research in a Business World text to view the following:

  • Sage Publishing. (Producer). (n.d.). Chapter 21: Secondary data analysis [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from https://study.sagepub.com/grayresearchbusiness/student-resources/chapter-21/videos/author-videos
  • Running time: 02:03.
  • Sage Publishing. (Producer). (n.d.). Top tip: Secondary data analysis [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from https://study.sagepub.com/grayresearchbusiness/student-resources/chapter-21/videos/author-top-tips
  • Running time: 01:08.
  • Sage Publishing. (Producer). (n.d.). Author top tips [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from https://study.sagepub.com/grayresearchbusiness/student-resources/chapter-18/videos/author-top-tips
  • On this page, view the second video:
  • Case Studies in Research: Small and Medium Sized Enterprises – Triggers for SME Success.
  • Running time: 03:38.

Use the Internet to read the following:

  • University of Southampton eResearch Methods. (n.d.). Sources of secondary data. Retrieved from http://www.erm.ecs.soton.ac.uk/theme6/secondary_data_sources.html
  • Hannay, M. (2015). How to easily analyze the social activities of your competitors. Retrieved from http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/analyze-your-competitors-social-media-activities/

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