communications research final reasearch paper

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MLA Style, 5-8 pages.

CHOOSE any topic which interest you best:

  • What is communication? The birth of the media as we know it
  • The Freedom of speech and its impact on the media
  • The phenomenon of hype and its usage of the media
  • Single bloggers versus media companies
  • The history of advertising and its importance in the modern business
  • Journalists on the battlefield
  • Media policies and regulation in different countries
  • Media for educational purposes

Also include a proposal: (below example)

Your proposal should follow the outline below.

Proposal Outline

I. Title

[Make sure this is not the hypothesis. Generally, not a complete sentence]

Principal Investigator [This is you]


II. Literature Review III. Method

A. Participants

B. Instrumentation C. Procedures

IV. Analysis

V. Discussion

VI. References Cited VII. Appendices


[This is a one to two paragraph summary of the whole proposal. Not an introduction!]


[The introduction should cover the key elements of your proposal, including a statement of the problem,

the purpose of research, research goals or objectives, and significance of the research. The statement of

problem should provide a background and rationale for the project and establish the need and relevance

of the research. How is your project different from previous research on the same topic? Will you be

using new methodologies or covering new theoretical territory? The research goals or objectives should

identify the anticipated outcomes of the research and should match up to the needs identified in the

statement of problem. List only the principle goal(s) or objective(s) of your research and save subobjectives

for the project narrative.

II. Literature Review

[What are the most important sources on this topic? What are the main past findings, debates or theories

on this topic and how do they relate to the research being proposed?]

[Purpose of the proposed study.]

[Hypothesis or guiding research questions.]

III. Method

A. Participants

[Who or what (such as in content analysis) is going to be studied?]

[How are they going to be selected? How many?]

B. Instrumentation

[How will the variables be measured?]

C. Procedures

[How will the data collection be carried out?]

[Are there any ethical issues, and if so how are they to be addressed?]

IV. Analysis

[What kind of data analysis will be done? For example, will there be tables and graphs? Will it be a

qualitative analysis looking for patterns and themes?]

V. Discussion

[Limitations of this proposed research] [Implications of the potential results.]

VI. References Cited

[Put references here in APA format.]

Standards of Evaluation

Writing a research proposal is different than writing an ordinary research paper in a number of ways.

Most importantly, in a research proposal you are trying to develop and justify a method to answer a

question or test a theory whereas in most papers you are trying to actually answer a question or to state

whether a theory has been supported (or sometimes to summarize what theories other people have about

a question). On the other hand, writing proposals and papers have some elements in common such as

picking a topic, creating a bibliography, reading the literature on a topic, organizing your materials into

an outline, writing and editing a document and receiving a grade.

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