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Research Report Guide
A Guide for BA634 Students
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Table of Contents
The Research Report ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4
Chapter 1- Background/Introduction (3 – 4 pages) ………………………………………………………………………………………… 4
Introduction ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4
Problem Statement and Purpose of Research ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4
Relevance and Significance …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 4
Research Questions …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5
Barriers and Issues …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5
Chapter 2 – Review of the Literature (6-8 pages)……………………………………………………………………………………………. 5
Chapter 3 – Approach/Methodology (1 – 2 pages) ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5
Chapter 4: Findings, Analysis, and Summary of Results (2 – 4 pages)………………………………………………………………… 5
Chapter 5: Conclusions (2 – 4 pages) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5
References ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6
Research Report Structure ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6
Front Matter …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6
Chapter 1 through 5 (12 pages): ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6
Back Matter:………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6
Document Preparation – Form and Style ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6
References and Citations ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Margins ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Line Spacing…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Paragraph Spacing………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 7
Page Numbering…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 7
Type Style ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 8
Title Page………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 8
The Abstract ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 8
Chapter Title, Heading 1, Heading 2 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 8
Tables and Figures in the Text Body …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9
Appendix ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9
Additional Resources …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9
Sample First Page of Table of Contents ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 10
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Sample Reference List ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 11
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The Research Report
The Research Report serves as the deliverable towards partial completion of the requirement for BA634. The
requirement of your research is expected to be built and constitutes the five-chapter model. This document is not
intended to be a one-time or static document. The Research Report needs to be at least 14 pages and is written in
the past and present tense, as appropriate.
The Research Report should be a complete and concise document that establishes your credentials as a relative
expert in the domain of your study. In all cases, a good understanding of the specific domain will be necessary for
the successful completion of your study. It is vital that you stay current in the literature germane to the study
you are conducting and update the chapters accordingly.
The following is the general structure of the Research Report
Chapter 1- Background/Introduction (3 – 4 pages)
In this section, present enough information about the proposed work so that the reader understands the general
context or setting. It is also helpful to include a summary of how this document is organized.
Introduction
This section introduces the reader to the structural content of your Research Report
Problem Statement and Purpose of Research
In this section, present a concise statement of a research-worthy problem to be addressed (i.e., why the work
should be undertaken – don’t state “it was a requirement of the professor”). Follow the statement of the problem
with a well-supported discussion of its scope and nature. The discussion of the problem should include: what the
problem is, why it is a problem, how the problem evolved or developed, and the issues and events leading to the
problem. Your problem statement must be clear, concise, to the point and able to be articulated in no more than
three sentences.
Relevance and Significance
This section provides the necessary support for both the problem statement of your study. Consider the following
questions and support your discussion by citing the research literature:








Why is there a problem? What groups or individuals are affected?
How far-ranging is the problem and how great is its impact? What’s the benefit of solving the problem?
What has been tried without success to correct the situation? Why weren’t those attempts successful?
What are the consequences of not solving the problem?
How does the goal of your study address the research problem and how will your proposed study offer
promise as a resolution to the problem?
How will your research add to the knowledge base?
What is the potential for generalization of your results?
What is the potential for original work?
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Research Questions
In this section you will define the research questions you expect to answer in your finding / results / conclusion
sections. The research question(s) must be directly related to the problem statement and introduce the reader to
their respective relationships. The answers to the research question(s) need to be either qualitative or quantitative.
Barriers and Issues
In this section, identify how the problem is inherently difficult to solve. You should also show how the solution
you propose are difficult to obtain (unlike a book report). You should show the study you propose is of adequate
difficulty to warrant a successful grade assignment.
Chapter 2 – Review of the Literature (6-8 pages)
In this section, it is important to clearly identify the major areas on which you will need to focus your research in
order to build a solid foundation for your study in the existing body of knowledge. The literature review is the
presentation of quality literature in a particular field that serves as the foundation and justification for the research
problem, research questions or hypothesis, and methodology. You will develop a more comprehensive review of
the literature as part of your report.
Chapter 3 – Approach/Methodology (1 – 2 pages)
Describe how you plan to address your research problem and accomplish your stated goal. List the major steps
that must be taken to accomplish the goal and include a preliminary discussion of the methodology and specific
research methods you plan to implement. Although specific details are not required at this point, you must provide
adequate discussion of the general process you will follow to implement your research methodology.
Chapter 4: Findings, Analysis, and Summary of Results (2 – 4 pages)
Chapter 4 includes an objective description and analysis of the findings, results or outcomes of the research. Limit
the use of charts, tables, figures to those that are needed to support the narrative. Most of these illustrations can be
included as part of the Appendixes.
The following topics are intended to serve as a guide:
• Data analysis
• Findings & discussion
• Analysis
• Summary of results & discussion
Chapter 5: Conclusions (2 – 4 pages)


Conclusions – Clearly state the conclusions of the study based on the analysis performed and results achieved.
Indicate by the evidence or logical development the extent to which the specified objectives have been
accomplished. If the research has been guided by hypotheses, make a statement as to whether the data
supported or rejected these hypotheses. Discuss alternative explanations for the findings, if appropriate.
Delineate strengths, weaknesses, and limitations of the study.
Implications – Discuss the impact of the work on the field of study and its contributions to knowledge and
professional practice. Discuss implications for future research.
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Recommendations – Present recommendations for future research or for changes in research methods or
theoretical concepts. As appropriate, present recommendations for changes in academic practice, professional
practice, or organizational procedures, practices, and behavior.
References
Follow the most current version of APA to format your references. However, each reference should be
single-spaced with a double space between each cited entry. Make sure that every citation is referenced and every
reference is cited.
Research Report Structure
Notes:

White space added to the report will negatively affect the final grade of your report. Do not add extra space to
your document in an effort to extend the page count.
Front Matter

The front matter includes the following:
o Title Page
o Abstract
o Table of Contents
o List of Tables
o List of Figures
Chapter 1 through 5 (12 pages):
Back Matter:

The back matter includes the following:
o Appendixes
o References
Document Preparation – Form and Style
Form and style guidelines for a Research Report serve a number of purposes: to ease adaptation of the document
for publication in whole or part, to ensure a level of professional appearance, and ease the burden on the readers of
the document by presenting material in a logical, consistent fashion. Nevertheless, form and style guidelines
should not be burdensome for Peer Reviewer or Professor. The bulk of the effort in developing and mentoring a
Research Report should certainly be directed toward the quality of the thoughts being presented, not the
appearance of that presentation.
The current edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association serves as the primary
guide for format and style. Since that manual focuses primarily on publication in journals, some exceptions are
necessary for a Research Report. The Research Report guidelines are amplified with examples of:


Title Page (Appendix A)
Table of Contents (Appendix E)
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List of Tables (Appendix F)
List of Figures (Appendix G)
First Page of a Chapter (Appendix H)
Appendix Pages (Appendix I)
Reference List (Appendix J)
References and Citations
One of the most important tasks in writing a Research Report is to reference other works and sources in the text
body. You must provide a formal reference citation for each idea or statement taken from the work of an
individual or organization. Failure to provide a reference citation, when one is appropriate, is plagiarism, which is
a violation of the university’s Code of Student Conduct and Academic Responsibility. An act of plagiarism will
subject the student to disciplinary action including suspension or expulsion from the university. Always err on the
side of caution when writing any formal paper. As you conduct your work, keep accurate records that indicate
which portions of your Research Report are not your own words and ideas. If you attempt to do this as an
afterthought, you run the risk of losing the source of the information and committing plagiarism. Reference
citations in the text should use the author-date citation system specified in the current edition of the Publication
Manual of the American Psychological Association. All reference citations must be listed alphabetically in the
References section at the end of the document, again following the format specified in the current edition of the
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. However, each reference should be
single-spaced with a double space in between each entry. Make sure that every citation is referenced and every
reference is cited.
Margins
The left-hand margin must be 1.5 inches (4 cm.). Margins at the right, top, and bottom of the page should be 1.0
inch. (See exception for chapter title pages below.) The Research Report text must be left-aligned (leaving a
ragged right edge).
Line Spacing
Double-spacing is required for most of the text in documents submitted during the Research Report process.
Pages for the abstract, acknowledgments, and parts of the table of contents, however, must be single-spaced in the
Research Report. Single-spacing also can be used for table titles and headings, figure captions, references in a
reference list (but double-spacing is required between references in the list), footnotes, and long quotations. Long
quotations may be indented five spaces. Judicial triple can improve appearance and readability and is appropriate
after chapter titles, before major subheadings, before footnotes, and before and after tables in the text; however,
avoid open white spaces.
Paragraph Spacing
The text of the document is double-spaced. There should be no extra spaces between paragraphs in sections;
however, indent the first line of paragraphs five spaces (1/2 inch). Chapters must begin on new pages.
Page Numbering
Page numbers for the front matter, starting with the Table of Contents, should be lowercase roman numerals,
centered at the bottom of the page. All pages following the front matter should have page numbers in Arabic
numerals in the upper right-hand corner. The page order and numbering for the front matter is:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Title page is page i, but the page number is not printed.
Approval Signature page is page ii, but the page number is not printed.
Abstract is page iii but the page number is not printed.
Acknowledgements is page iv and not to exceed one page. The page number is not printed.
Table of Contents is page v and the page number is printed, bottom center.
List of Tables (only present if the document contains tables) is given the next page number in
sequence, printed bottom center.
7. List of Figures (only present if the document contains figures) is given the next page number in
sequence, printed bottom center.
Type Style
For body text, you should use 12-point Times New Roman. Text for the cover page may be larger but should not
exceed 14-point size. Text for the chapter title text should be 14-point size. Be consistent in your use of typefaces
throughout the document. Do not use a compressed typeface or any settings on your word processor that would
decrease the spacing between letters or words. Sans serif typefaces such as Helvetica or Arial may be used for
relatively short blocks of text such as chapter headings and captions but should be avoided in long passages of text
as they impede readability.
Title Page
Every document that is submitted, from the Research Report, must have a title page. The title page includes the
exact title of the Master’s Thesis, date of submission, your name, and name of the department which the report is
submitted. Use the format of the Sample Research Report Title Page provided in Appendix A.
The Abstract
The abstract (see Appendix es C) is single spaced. An abstract is a stand-alone document and therefore, should not
include citations because it would then need references. Note that the abstract must be fewer than 200 words.
Chapter Title, Heading 1, Heading 2
It is preferred that Research Report contain no more than three levels of headings in the body text. All headings
should have only the first letter of each word capitalized except that non-major words shorter than four letters
have no capital letters. See Appendix H for a sample page for a first page of a chapter.
Instructions for heading levels follow:
Level 1: Chapter Title
This heading starts two inches from the top of the page, is centered on the page, and is set in 14point type.
The first line contains the chapter number (e.g., Chapter 4). The second line is blank. The third line
displays the chapter title, is centered on the page, and is set in 14-point type.
Level 2: Heading 1
Start heading 1 at the left margin of the page, four spaces (i.e., two returns when your document is set for
double-spacing) down from the title, set in bold 12-point type. Double-space (one return) to the
subheading body text. Indent the first line of the body text five spaces.
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Level 3: Heading 2
Start the heading 2 at the left margin of the page, double-spaced (i.e., one return when your document is
set up for double-spacing) from the subheading, set in 12-point italics. Double-space (one return) to the
sub-subheading body text. Indent the first line of the body text five spaces.
Tables and Figures in the Text Body
Charts, graphs, diagrams, figures, and summary tables that significantly enhance reading of the Research Report
should be placed in the text body. Only include material in the text body that is needed by the reader to understand
the point(s) you are trying to make. Other material should be placed in Appendixes. Tables that summarize large
amounts of data are best placed at the end of the Master’s Thesis. If you have included data in your text related to
some point, then the full table containing such data belongs in an Appendix. When using tables and figures in the
body of the paper, remember that the horizontal center of the body is not at the center of the paper. It is 0.25” to the
right of center due to the 1.5” left binding margin. All tables and fig…

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