Articulating Your Problem Statement

Articulating Your Problem Statement

In the beginning of a design for study, a qualitative researcher should start by introducing a problem statement. The objective of this statement is to provide the motivation for studying a particular area of interest. A problem statement is a clear portrayal of the issues that will need to be addressed within your research.

This week, you will have the opportunity to solicit the assistance of your colleagues in refining and honing your initial problem statement into a viable, researchable statement.

Remember, your study topic is “Corporate ethics, compliance and social responsibility management in times of economic uncertainty at Hewlett Packard Company, inc.” Keep that topic in mind when formulating your response.

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