Writing Question

Below is the specific format and instructions on how to write the introduction. Below is also my topic and hypothesis on which to right about.

“My research topic is on the racial disparities in our criminal justice system when it comes to the incarceration rates between white American and minorities. My research hypothesis is “Racial inequalities in the American Criminal justice system: An evaluation of the racial bias of incarceration rate between minorities and white”

The first part of your research proposal, the Introduction, should aim to get your reader interested in your topic and your proposed study. The purpose of the introduction is to give your reader a clear idea of what your proposal will cover. It should provide some background information on the specific problem or issue you are addressing, and should clearly outline what you believe to be the answer/ solution you are proposing. Please note that every project is different and you need to consider carefully and ensure you include the following:

      • Research question or hypothesis

      • Reason for choosing your topic (Rationale)

        • Rationale- the reasons for your choice of topic. What were your original ideas? Where did they come from? Which one did you choose? Why? What is your interest in this topic? What is your starting point? The reasons for choosing your topic should lead you to a natural choice of research question or hypothesis.

        • Objectives – indicate what you expect your work to accomplish and what conclusions you may be able to make. It is important to establish clear goals at the outset – based on the time and resources available. What do you hope personally and professionally to achieve from this project?

      • References and Bibliography

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