Proposals that work : a guide for planning dissertations and grant proposals /

Proposals that work : a guide for planning dissertations and grant proposals /
Locke, Lawrence F.
MCPHS Boston, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Part I. Writing the proposal -- The function of the proposal -- Doing the right thing : "the habit of truth" -- Developing the thesis or dissertation proposal : some common problems -- Content of the proposal : important considerations -- Preparation of proposals for qualitative research : different assumptions -- Proposals for mixed method research -- Style and form in writing the proposal -- The oral presentation -- Part II. Money for research -- Money for research : how to ask for help -- Preparation of the grant proposal -- Part III. Specimen proposals -- Proposal 1: Experimental study: The effects of primate vocalizations, backward speech, and filtered speech on object categorization during the first year -- Proposal 2: Qualitative study: An advisory team for social justice education : teachers' and the principal's perceptions on four key dimensions of the ninth grade advisory program -- Proposal 3: Online electronic survey study: The nutrition care process of front-line pediatric HIV providers -- Proposal 4: Funded grant: How higher education in prison affects student-inmates' social capital and conceptions of self -- Appendix: Annotated bibliography of supplementary references.

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