Go to the library from your home page. Examine the guide to primary and secondary sources to see what is available. This can be found under LibGuides → Research Process → Primary and Secondary Resources. Then go back to the home page and look scroll through the databases available (See A-Z databases) to locate data to answer the following questions:
In each case, explain your rationale. Be specific. While you cannot use tables and/or figures from another source without copyright permission, you are free to create your own to support your conclusion. Be sure to cite the source of the table/figure using APA formatting.
(3) Comment on the appropriateness of observation and/or secondary data for the measurement of the concepts identified in your research questions. Explain your rationale.
Length: Your paper should be at least 5, but may be as long as 10 pages, if the table and/or figures are included. This does not include the title and reference page. You are required to make effective use of tables and/or figures in your presentation.
References: Include a minimum of three (3) scholarly sources.
Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.