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Creswell (2018) compares a theory to a rainbow that connects a study’s variables to a researcher’s expectations or predictions (p. 51). If you are defining and addressing variables in your study, you may have already identified theories that inform what you are predicting or expecting to find as you conduct your study. Even if you have not identified a particular theory that informs your study, you will need to relate your study to significant concepts in your field’s literature for your work to be meaningful.For this Discussion, you address what you plan to accomplish in your proposed study, and you describe the framework that informs the study.By Day 4Post by Day 4 an explanation of the purpose or intention of your proposed study. If you are planning on conducting a quantitative study, state what needs to be studied by describing two or more factors (variables) and a conjectured relationship among them related to the identified gap or problem.If you are planning a qualitative study, justify the need for increased understanding about the issue to be studied. Cite at least two references to support the need for increased understanding about the issue.Then, conclude your post with a description of the study’s theoretical or conceptual framework.If your framework is theoretical:Describe the theory(s) related to the topic you selected for your dissertation.
Describe the theory(s) and justify how it (they) may be appropriate to introduce your topic or to provide necessary background for your topic.
If your framework is conceptual:If there are no established theories related to your topic, identify concepts or models in the literature, explaining why they are relevant to the topic of your study.
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