Formulating the Problem Statement and Purpose Statement
In this assignment, you will create your Problem and Purpose Statements. Problem statements ground the phenomenon of concern within the larger context of the problem, identify the need for the study and once the larger problem is articulated, they identify the specific problem proposed for the research. Problem statements must be of sufficient depth to be sustainable through the entire research process.
Read or review the relevant sources on developing the problem statement and purpose statement.
Review the Problem and Purpose Statements presentation.
Develop a draft problem statement that aligns with your program of study–DBA, DHA, DM, DM/IST, EDD, EDD/CI, or EDD/ET. Also develop a draft purpose paragraph that aligns with the problem.
Post your problem statement and purpose to Problem Statement and Purpose Peer Review learning activity. See the Problem Statement and Purpose Peer Review learning activity for additional instructions.
Write 700- to 1,050-word paper that includes your problem statement and purpose.
Format your assignment according to APA guidelines.