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This is a basic introduction to the research process with specific examples to the projects selected for a senior level course in persuasion.

This is a basic introduction to the research process with specific examples to the projects selected for a senior level course in persuasion.

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    Research Research Presentation Transcript

    • Doing Research Finding Systematic Answers to Questions
    • Research Clarified
      • Research does not simply looking something up
        • First African American in Congress
        • The date of Pearl Harbor
      • Research means the process of seeking an answer to a question
        • The similarities a between the attack on Pearl Harbor and 9/11
    • 5 Features of Research
      • Question
      • Theory
      • Method
      • Data
      • Analysis
    • Questions
      • How does Crash persuade audiences to understand race, sexuality, and dignity?
      • What world views engage in the debate over the Duluth Human Rights Ordinance?
      • How do the recruitment materials distributed by CSS use emotion and reason to persuade potential students to attend CSS?
    • Question to Theory
      • Crash
        • Audience or reception theories
        • NOT: Auteur Theory
      • Human Rights Ordinance
        • World View or Ideology
        • NOT: Human Rights
      • Admissions
        • ELM
        • NOT: Colleges or Admission
    • Theory to Method
      • Audience
        • Focus groups
        • surveys
      • Rhetorical Visions
        • Fantasy theme analysis
        • Cluster Analysis
      • ELM
        • Content analysis
        • surveys
    • Method to Data
      • Focus Groups
        • Class Discussions of Crash
        • Show Particular Scenes
      • Fantasy Theme Analysis
        • Newspaper artifacts
      • Content Analysis
        • Brochures, Websites, Fact Sheets