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    Constructing and Stating Hypotheses

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    A researcher posted three research questions. Research Question 1: Did topics of the visual coverage of the Iraq War differ between The New York Times and The Guardian newspapers? Research Question 2: Did the visual coverage of the human toll and destruction during the Iraq War differ between The New York Times and The Guardian newspapers? Research Question 3: Did the visual coverage of the human toll and destruction during the Iraq War differ in terms of nationality between The New York Times and The Guardian newspapers? Following the criteria of what makes a good hypothesis, construct a hypothesis for these questions. Make sure that you explain why your hypothesis meets the criteria.

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    Hypothesis construction from plain questions

    Research Question 1: Did topics of the visual coverage of the Iraq War differ between The New York Times and The Guardian newspapers?

    Hypothesis:
    There is no significant difference between the visual coverage of the Iraq War by the New York Times and The Guardian Newspapers.

    or this can be stated as:

    Visual coverage of the Iraq War by the New York Times and The Guardian Newspapers did not significantly differ.

    or by an alternative one:

    Visual coverage of the Iraq War by the New York Times and The Guardian Newspapers significantly differ.

    Research Question 2: Did the visual coverage of the human ...

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    The solution converted plain questions into hypotheses format.

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