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    •Using the article/research/study that you selected address the following questions:
    •What is the intended purpose of the study?
    •How does the research questions/hypotheses address the problem as detailed by the researcher?
    •How does the content in the purpose statement and research questions define the methodology used in the study?
    •How was the data collected and analyzed?
    •What was the benefit of using the selected statistical test?
    •What was the outcome of the study?


    • develop a final project addressing the Assignment questions:
    •3-5 page executive summary

    I have attached the research project that I selected

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    Solution Preview

    This solution will help you to know where in the article to look for the information requested by the assignment.

    1. The intended purpose of the study is also known as a research question. This information is often found in the article, as well as in the abstract. It may also be denoted as, as in the case of this particular article, the goal of the research/study. In this article, the purpose of the study appears as the first sentence of the abstract: "The goal of the study was to assess asthma control using asthma control test (ACT) and to explore the factors that effects asthma control among participants with bronchial asthma in the outpatient clinic setting" (p. 100). You can also find this information in the last paragraph of the introduction: "This study was undertaken to explore the factors that can affect asthma control in the outpatient clinic at primary care sitting and to measure the percentage of uncontrolled asthma, using the ACT, among participants" (p. 101).

    2. For this part, you are looking for questions or hypotheses that ...

    Solution Summary

    This post gives an overview, and example, of how to analyze a scholarly journal article. Topics explored include how to describe the research question, analyze statistics, and interpret the study's findings.