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CHAPTER 5: A critical aspect of dissertation research is not determining what to research or how to research it, but justifying the research plan to others. Your dissertation committee will invest a lot of time and effort supporting you all the way to graduation. So, you need to persuade them that you have thought through the entire research plan and can justify each piece as both necessary and optimal for its particular function. What are the specific quantitative based arguments you have to present to your dissertation committee (chair, methodologist, and content expert) to garner their full approval? How will you craft your argumentation to maximize opportunity for approval of your research plan? Explain.
Please use the following format, which uses headings derived from the assessment description, for all discussions questions throughout the course because I can see quickly if you answered each part of the question.
Q1. What are the specific quantitative-based arguments you have to present to your dissertation committee (chair, methodologist, and content expert) to garner their full approval?
Q2. How will you craft your argumentation to maximize the opportunity for approval of your research plan?
Justify criteria selected with appropriate sources.
*****NOTE: DO NOT FOCUS ON YOUR SPECIFIC DISSERTATIONS, BUT INSTEAD THE PROCESS!
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