Overview: In week 1, you selected a topic and developed a research question for that topic. Then, you developed a data gathering instrument to measure the question either quantitatively or qualitatively. Now that you have had the opportunity to read how scholarly methodologies are written, you will write a condensed 3-4 page methodology section for your research question using the required headings from the University of the Cumberlands Dissertation Handbook. Like we discuss in class, each university has unique parameters for what they expect in chapter 3, so you may see papers from other universities that look slightly different. The importance here is to focus on the content, not necessarily the organization. This assignment will help determine your readiness to write a full-length chapter three. Directions: 1. Review your notes from class on the different methodologies and instruments used to measure. Also, review the examples: Approaches Expectations.docx Approaches Expectations.docx - Alternative Formats Meets Expectations.docx Meets Expectations.docx - Alternative Formats Exceeds Expectations.docx Exceeds Expectations.docx - Alternative Formats Finally, review the rubric: Rubric for Methodology.docx Rubric for Methodology.docx - Alternative Formats 2. Develop a 3-4 page (more is fine) methodology section that includes the following: Introduction Research Paradigm (qualitative or quantitative) Notes: Choose Qualitative or Quantitative based on what methodology you plan to use for your actual dissertation. You may not choose to do both qualitative and quantitative (mixed-methods) Research- or project- Design Sampling Procedures and Data Collection Sources Statistical Tests Summary (quantitative) OR Data Organization Plan (Qualitative). Notes: If you chose a quantitative research paradigm, you must choose a quantitative statistical test summary option in this section. If you chose a qualitative research paradigm, you must choose the qualitative organization plan option in this section.