What are African American parents’ experiences with behavioral therapy for children who have oppositional defiance
African American parents’ experiences
Research question is: What are African American parents’ experiences with behavioral therapy for children who have oppositional defiance, aggressive behaviors with autistic disorder level 1 ages 5 to 6 in the home setting with Behavioral health rehabilitation services in an urban setting in the Northeast U.S
I will run this paper for plagiarism and it must not come back with more than 5% match period. All work must be cited. If it is not your words or sentence cite it. Include all references
Introduction, Problem Statement, and Purpose Statement
Background summarizes literature from the prospectus, annotated bibliography and at least 10 articles found in this course that points to a gap in the research that is worthy of further study.
Research problem is stated in terms of the gap in the research literature and frames the problem in terms of how further research could be of benefit.
Purpose statement uses the template and includes: target group/individual/organization/event of interest; phenomenon of interest; terminology that indicates the approach to be used
Research Questions and Conceptual Framework
Research Questions: What are African American parents’ experiences with behavioral therapy for children who have oppositional defiance, aggressive behaviors with autistic disorder level 1 ages 5 to 6 in the home setting with Behavioral health rehabilitation services in an urban setting in the Northeast U.S
Explains and justifies the choice of framework, and aligns the framework to the research questions and purpose.
Choice of Approach
Recognized qualitative approach is chosen, explained and justified using correct terminology. The choice is clearly a good fit for the purpose and research questions.
Role of the Researcher
Researcher’s role is presented in a manner consistent with qualitative research, the chosen approach, and relevance to the research topic.
Describes the target group of interest, sampling strategy and ideal sample size.
Describes the criterion for sample selection.
Describes how 2 participants were contacted and invited for this effort.
Presents the protocol that includes the invitation, informed consent (verbatim document from the Walden IRB), closing statement, and peer debrief paragraph
Describes the basis for developing the interview guide (literature, theory, personal experience) of the interview questions) Includes a copy of the interview guide as an appendix.
Describe efforts to insure content rigor and credibility of the interview guide.
Describes how other data sources were created and how they could be used to support analysis and interpretation of interview data (e.g., journal, notes, video)
Procedures for Data Collection
Includes a narrative of
where/how the data were collected; duration of data collection events;
how data were recorded; how the participants were debriefed.
Ethical procedures to protect the participants during the recruiting, data collection and debriefing process are described.
Data Analysis Plan
Based on the work done in Week 10, presents the plan that best fits the chosen approach
Summarizes the codes and categories developed from transcript analysis.
Describes considerations for choosing QDA software.
Summarizes the comparison of your hand-coding experience with what you researched on QDA software.
For each dimension of trustworthiness (credibility, transferability, dependability, confirmability) describe
(a) what you did [if anything]; and
(b) what other strategies could be considered if this was your dissertation
Students reflect on (1) how qualitative research and their proposed research align’s with Walden’s mission of social change; (2) what was learned about conducting qualitative research; and (3) next steps for preparation for the dissertation