Reporting-Research-Results

Reporting Research Results

use the Internet to locate two different examples of criminological research projects that have been completed. Then respond to the following in your main post:

  1. Describe how each study differs in its approach to reporting the research results.
  2. Explain to whom you believe the author (or authors) of each study chosen is reporting (that is, who is the audience?).
  3. Explore whether the predicted audience helped to shape the author’s approach to reporting the results.
  4. Analyze from a rating standpoint the overall quality of the research conducted and the effectiveness of the writing and data collected.
  5. Outline the improvements you would you make, if any, to the studies you selected.