Should College athletes get paid?
(a) write a relevant, complete response to each question, (b) write complete, edited sentences that clearly convey your meaning to readers.
1. Conduct preliminary research to find issues (research questions) that interest you. What are potential research questions that relate directly to your academic and/or professional interests? For instance, if you are an Education major who is planning to become a teacher, you should explore potential research questions that relate to pedagogical or other important issues being debated in schools at the level (primary or secondary) that interests you. Keep in mind that a research question (such as "Should humans become an interplanetary species?" is more focused than topic (such as "human space travel"). By conducting preliminary research, you should be able to generate a list of potential research questions that reflect your academic/professional interests.
After conducting some preliminary research using the CQ Researcher Online database, identify and discuss three issues (research questions) that interest you. What are the issues (research questions)? Why and how are these issues (research questions) directly relevant to your academic and/or professional interests? Define the issues as questions based on the CQ Researcher Online reports you have found; indicate the author and title of the report in which you discovered each question. Offer an explanation of the way(s) in which each question you define relates in some important way to your academic and/or professional interests, keeping mind that each question should be one that you do not yet know how to answer.